Songwriter Rags Rosenberg with Kyle Kovalik &  Stas Mari (limited seating!)

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Songwriter Rags Rosenberg with Kyle Kovalik & Stas Mari (limited seating!)

Join us for an intimate indoor daytime show with our friend Rags Rosenberg and opener Anastasia Eichorn!

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Henry Miller Memorial Library 48603 Highway One Big Sur, CA 93920

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About this event

  • 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

It was only a couple of months ago, that our pal Rags wowed us at open mic and left us wanting more.

Well, lucky for us (and you!) he's back coming down the coast on January 8 for an afternoon of tunes, accompanied by guitarist Kyle Kovalik.

Check out Rags' music here!

Local singer-songwriter Stas Mari will kick things off with a short set, followed by Rags, who'll perform two 45-minute sets with a short socializing break between. (Photo credit to Dixie Dixon.)

This will be an indoor show, so seating will be limited!

$10-20 donation in advance or at the door.

If you RSVP but it turns out you can't make it, please let us know at so we can open your seat to someone else!


About Rags

Rags Rosenberg is a poet and songwriter who sifts for the bittersweet, in what Yeats called “the foul rag and bone shop of the heart.” He explores the complexities of contemporary culture and the vagaries of love, and offers wry reflections on life's big questions. His image-driven songs evoke Dylan, Cohen, and Waits, and the poetry of Rumi, Rilke, and David Whyte.

Rosenberg is the author of the poetry collection Raised in the Shadow. His poems have appeared in Black Moon, Hudson View, and other poetry journals. “I’ll Meet You There,” written with Grammy winner Lyn Langham, was the title song in the film "Beyond Right and Wrong."

Rosenberg was born and raised in Sunland, California. He spent several decades around the country music scene in Atlanta and Nashville before moving to the Mojave Desert, where he developed his signature style. Rags currently lives in Carmel by the Sea where he is the Hofsas House Hotel’s 2022 Artist in Residence.