“I think music is a spiritual medium…it’s about giving people the strength to keep going.“
~Lacy J. Dalton
Enjoy Great Americana Music From the Vineyard Stone Stage, Relax in the Autumn Breezes of the Ranch, Nestled Among the Petite Sirah Vines…
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2015
3-5 PM, Doors Open at 2
JANE RIVAR of HIGHLAND SPRINGS HEALING CENTERat River Highlands Ranch, and LACY J DALTON of the LET ‘EM RUN FOUNDATION are collaborating with their music to bring awareness to equine-assisted healing programs and the efforts to save wild horses from slaughter.
This benefit concert is generously co-presented by Greg Gauthier of GAUTHIER CELLARS.
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ENJOY FOOD AND WINE SOLD AT THE CONCERT – AND BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS!
MEET OUR MUSICAL ARTISTS AND THE PROGRAMS BENEFITING FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THIS CONCERT BELOW THE POSTER. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE RANCH!
Highland Springs Healing, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization co-founded by Jane Rivar, is engaged in healing and transformational growth through experiential learning. This program, located at River Highlands Ranch, includes Veteran Equine Therapy, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Riding workshops, retreats, corporate, family and individual sessions.
Horses are a window to new worlds of understanding and a mirror to what goes on inside of us. Their very presence provides peace and grace to lives in struggle. They share their innate connection with the 90% of available information that humans miss, shedding insight and awareness on a bright new world.
Let ‘Em Run is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) organization, co-founded by Recording Artist, Musician and Songwriter Lacy J. Dalton. All funds received are used to preserve, recover, provide sanctuary and homes for Virginia Range horses.
The horses of Nevada’s Virginia Range, the largest free-roaming herd left in the country, does not benefit from federal protection. They rely primarily on the work performed by a consortium of allied non-profit horse groups for their protection and the placement of horses that are removed from the range. They are often described by the locals as “The Forgotten Herd.”
Lacy J Dalton: One of the most instantly recognizable voices in music, the woman People Magazine called “Country’s Bonnie Raitt”. From the first time Lacy J Dalton caught the public’s ear, that soulful delivery, full of texture and grit, has been a mainstay of Country Music. When you sit to listen to a Lacy J Dalton album, you find yourself pulled in by the very power and heart of this vocalist, because she’s not merely performing a ten-song set, she’s bringing each and every tune to life. It’s as if they were all written especially for her.
Lacy J Dalton has toured and/or recorded with everyone from her long time duet partner Willie Nelson to Merle Haggard , Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, The Oakridge Boys, Kris Kristofferson, Charlie Daniels and many more. Lacy’s awards include” Best Female Artist of the Year”, Bammie winner, multiple Grammy nominee, and she has garnered many other awards and accolades.
Jane Rivar: The winning combination of her soul-soothing voice and her passionate songwriting has garnished her fans of all ages. She is an inspirational singer-songwriter of global acclaim. Her music video I Am a Woman captures the beauty and depth of the feminine spirit through images of women from around the world. In 2015, Anything, her latest music video was featured as a healing moment as part of the PBS Healing Quest series. In addition to her musical gifts, Jane has received accolades as a visual artist. Her unique feather artwork is marketed through her company Feather Moon Arts. Her experience and expertise as both artist and businesswoman have given Jane a unique platform to guide others to reach their own creative potential, teaching them how to embrace and integrate the dualities in their own lives.