Ruckrich Duo: Benefit Concert the Schoolhouse!

The Ruckrich Duo is at again~

Playing music & helping out the Schoolhouse!

  Saturday, Oct 17th from 5:30-7:30 

at the Wild Eye Pub



~Watch live, or livestream, 5:30-7:30pm, here:

~Donate to the virtual donation jar here:
~Or donate on Venmo: wildeyepub
~All funds go to benefit the North Columbia Schoolhouse.

Suggested sliding cover: $10 – 20.

The show is outdoors by the creek, 6’+ table distance, distanced stage, sanitizing, masking, etc. Staff is masked. We ask all to mask when moving around the venue. While seated, please remove your mask to enjoy dinner and drinks.

Seats are limited. RESERVATIONS are strongly suggested. Info at 446-6668.


The Ruckrich Duo is a collaboration of 15-year-old multi instrumentalist Django Ruckrich and his song-writing dad Phil. They began 11 years ago when Phil took his 4-year-old lead guitarist son to delight audiences at the Nevada City street fair. This musical relationship has grown from Django being the youngest performer on the youth stage at MerleFest, to Ruckrich Family Band gigs at regional festivals and events, on KVMR, at farmer’s markets, and busking across Spain and France.
Django has been pulled up on stage by Joe Craven, Chris Luquette and Frank Solivan, as well as local musicians for his abilities on guitar, fiddle, and mandolin. Last fall, Django and Phil went into the recording studio at the urging of musician and producer Joe Craven to record their first EP of original songs. You’ll hear bluegrass, world music, rock, blues, and jazz influence in their original music. Django played 5 instruments on these tracks adding piano and bass to his stringed instrument repertoire.


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