Born Barefoot rocks at CBC

By From page B4 | October 11, 2013

Born BarefootBorn Barefoot will be rocking out on Friday, Oct. 11, at Crystal Basin Bistro, 3590 Carson Road in Camino. Enjoy a long list of awesome Crystal Basin Cellar wines, plus beers, ciders and bubbly. Satisfy your taste buds with some of the amazing gourmet small plate creations along with the music. Music starts at 5:30 p.m.

Born Barefoot is a small band with a big sound. Having played together for more than nine years, the trio brings harmonic energy to a broad mix of original and cover songs spanning many decades and genres. Music lovers of all ages will enjoy the diversity that Born Barefoot brings to every venue.

Adam Beasley has rocked the El Dorado County music scene for two decades in bands such as Homemade Jam, North of Fifty and Uncommon Ground. His strong acoustic guitar style and talent for songwriting are well known in the music community.

Justin Sarns began his percussion days as a drummer for Homemade Jam, and he has collaborated with Beasley ever since. His light touch is indicative of his laid-back personality. He adds a twist to the show when he picks up a guitar and begins to strum, drum and sing all together. Sarns is a renaissance man in a modern world.

Jessica Sarns has been crooning for bands for 15 years, wowing the crowd with her powerful vocals. Jessica likes the small band configuration because it showcases each musician’s creativity. Hailing from Washington State, she has played with Beasley and Justin for nine years in North of Fifty, Uncommon Ground and now Born Barefoot.

For more information visit or call the bistro at 530-303-3749, or e-mail the band at [email protected]

Crystal Basin Cellars

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