Sunday Evening with Jorma & John

Date: June 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location: The Mill Event Center

We are excited to welcome Jorma Kaukonen with longtime friend and Fur Peace Ranch Manager, John Hurlbut on Sunday, June 13th, 2021.

TICKETS     Table for 4:  $200    Table for 2:  $100

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This show will be our most intimate show yet, due to appropriate social distancing. All guests are to adhere to the current Covid-19 protocol requirements.

Showtime is 5 pm.  Doors open at 3:00 pm.

Early arrivals can enjoy The Mill’s new outdoor pavilion with music provided by THE LEFTOVERS, featuring Dave Bond, Lisa Fox, Brandon Fox and Jeremy Moore.

The Mill offers a full service bar and food will be available for purchase from The Smoked Food Factory both before the show and during set break.


In a career that has already spanned a half-century, guitarist and vocalist, Jorma Kaukonen has been one of the most highly respected interpreters of American roots music, blues, and Americana, and at the forefront of popular rock-and-roll.  A member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and a Grammy recipient, he is a founding member of two legendary bands, Jefferson Airplane and the still-touring Hot Tuna.  Jorma Kaukonen’s repertoire goes far beyond his involvement creating psychedelic rock; he is a legend and one of the finest singer-songwriters and master instrumentalist in music today.  Jorma tours the world bringing his unique styling to old blues and writing new songs with insight and imagination.  Jorma’s long-time friend and manager of his Fur Peace Ranch, John Hurlbut, will join him on stage.

Back in April, Jorma Kaukonen kicked off what has become an almost weekly livestream series on YouTube titled “Quarantine Concerts,” broadcast from his Fur Peace Ranch in southern Ohio, as a response to being sidelined from touring. On the second show of the series, John Hurlbut, Kaukonen’s long-time friend and the manager of the venue, joined Kaukonen and played John Prine’s “Angel from Montgomery” to honor Prine, who had died that week. It was a radiant moment, with Kaukonen’s shimmering and crisp leads flowing around and over Hurlbut’s steady rhythm and resilient vocals. The spark that lit up the stage on that show ignited a fire that continued to burn brightly the rest of the year as Hurlbut joined Kaukonen regularly and the two friends played some of their favorite songs.
The duo created an album, The River Flows. 

The River Flows is perfectly titled because Hurlbut’s and Kaukonen’s brilliant, dazzling guitars and vocals indeed flow over us with crystalline beauty and wave after wave of cascading notes and surging chords. These songs wash over us, transporting us with their clarifying beauty and genius.”
Henry Carrigan, Folk Alley