Her debut on Warners, Rickie Lee Jones, released in 1979, won the grammy for Best New Artist. She was hailed by one critic as a "highly touted new pop-jazz-singer-songwriter" and another critic as "one of the best--if not the best--artist of her generation." In addition to the album’s brilliant songs--including the exceptional "On Saturday Afternoons in 1963," the haunting "Last Chance Texaco," and the popular "Chuck E’s in Love"--Jones was becoming a figure whose life was bearing a great deal of emulation by young women and men who found, in her deep and personal and idiosyncratic life and work, a model for the new generation of hipster:
Rain or shine event. TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. Gate opens at 5:30pm. No access to grounds prior to the gate opening. No outside alcohol or liquids permitted (no coffee cups or twist top bottles of any kind). Coolers are checked at the gate and items will be confiscated. ID required for entry. This is a 21+ event. You are welcome to bring chairs, blankets and pop-ups to set up on the grounds. Please be respectful of our vineyards and other guests. Dogs are not allowed under the tent and please keep them leashed.
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