LIVE at the A-FRAME A House concert series Hosted by coddy nuckols

View from the brick armchair, all the way back to LA

Once each month, fans of contemporary folk & acoustic music gather together in the warm embrace of singer-songwriter Coddy Nuckols' beautiful, hand-crafted A-Frame, nestled high in the hills of Kagel Canyon.

Singer-songwriter Michael McNevin

Here, in this cozy and intimate setting, they experience the joy of listening to live music from some of the finest singer-songwriters of our time.

Song circle wraps up another wonderful night of music at the A-Frame

A rare treat, echoing campfire days of old. Sitting among good friends, sharing soul-stirring stories of our lives, wrapped in poetry and set to heart-warming music. Precious moments no concert hall or club could ever replicate. For acoustic music lovers, this is as good as it gets.

FALL/SPRING 2019-2020:

September 28: Steve Postell

Steve Postell

We’re delighted to to kick off our Fall season Live at the A-Frame with Steve Postell. Steve is a perfect storm of musical talent: singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer and producer. Trained at the Mannes School Of Music in New York, Steve’s prolific career spans playing with Pure Prairie League, performing in Broadway shows like “Evita” and “Man Of LaMancha,” co-writing the score for the off-Broadway rock musical "Fallen Angel”, touring with “Miss Saigon’s” Lea Salonga as her musical director, writing scores for film and TV, and performing live on the Tonight Show and the Today Show. Steve was project coordinator for the 20th anniversary edition of the Jennifer Warnes/Leonard Cohen project, "Famous Blue Raincoat", and he has toured and recorded with Jennifer as her guitarist and musical director. Steve won a Hollywood Music In Media Award for Best Americana/Roots Song, “3:45 Coming Through”. One of Steve’s songs was featured in Ricky Gervais’ film, “The Invention Of Lying”.

Steve Postell's newest CD, “Time Still Knocking”, features a host of brilliant musicians he’s worked with over the years, including David Crosby, Jennifer Warnes, John Oates, Robben Ford, Eric Johnson, Dave Koz, Paul Barrere and many others. Steve’s current projects include a documentary featuring the debut of a new orchestral piece by Ravi Shankar, producing a series of guitar lessons for On The Path music instruction apps for iPad, and fronting the all-star band “Night Train Music Club” featuring some of the country’s finest musicians. Please join us on Saturday, September 28th, for an unforgettable evening with Steve Postell.

October 19: Michael McNevin

Michael McNevin

November 23: Lisa Turner & Merlin Snider

Turner & Snider

December 14: Rachel Garlin

Rachel Garlin

January 25, 2020: Suzie Glaze New Folk Ensemble

Suzie Glaze New Folk Ensemble

February 2020: Gary Stockdale

Gary Stockdale

March 21, 2020: Judi Jaeger & Bob Reid

Judy Jaeger & Bob Reid

April, 2020: Larry Murante

Larry Murante

Contact / Reservations:

Our concerts are by invitation only. Please contact us for more information. Thank you.

EMAIL: Coddy.Nuckols@gmail.com

PHONE: 818-486-8505

11305 Blue Sage Drive, Kagel Canyon CA 91342

GOOGLE MAP LINK: https://goo.gl/maps/oeV2pn7ZrCr

Our Concerts:


POTLUCK SUPPER: Bring a dish, drink or dessert to share

SUGGESTED DONATION: $20 - ALL proceeds go to guest artists

SONG CIRCLE AFTER: Bring an instrument, a story, or just your ears

PARKING: Our driveway is steep! If this may be a problem, come early and park up near the house. The good news is, we've added extra off-street parking in the new downhill lot to the right of our main driveway. Enter between the concrete pillars. If you park on the street, be sure to leave enough room for a fire truck to get by.

Coddy Nuckols' wonderful new album, "Just Through These Trees"

ABOUT YOUR HOST: Coddy Nuckols is a keen observer of the human heart, as gifted at turning stories & melodies into unforgettable songs, as he is skilled at turning common brick & stone into unexpected works of beauty.

Coddy and his wife Mary moved to Kagel Canyon in 1985 with dreams of building a house of their own. Their two boys were born and grew up here, and the A-Frame was completed in 1990. They moved in by walking up the hill from their 8’ x 40’ baby blue 1955 Flamingo mobile home.

Music has always been a significant part of Coddy’s life since the folk days of the 1960s singing with his brother and sister, and has found its way into the stone and wood of the A-Frame.

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