In partnership with South Coast Winery, the museum welcomes San Diego hit songwriter Jack Tempchin for a special wine tasting & concert event.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of his most popular song, Jack has partnered with South Coast Winery to develop his own Peaceful Easy Feeling Cabernet Sauvignon. This event pairs his sweet tunes like "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Slow Dancing" with the velvety, black cherry aromas of this drinkable Cabernet Sauvignon produced and bottled locally in Temecula, CA.
In addition to a full-length concert, guests will be treated to a complimentary glass of wine & light bites. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Museum's education programs.
Come join Jack for a night of wine and song!
Who is Jack Tempchin?
As the Eagles celebrate 40 years of American music history, a multi-platinum mystery man celebrates alongside them. Jack Tempchin is a legendary hit songwriter whose two compositions, "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Already Gone", are now synonymous with the Southern California Sound. Tempchin has five Eagles contributions total, including "The Girl From Yesterday" from the 'Hell Freezes Over' reunion release, plus "It's Your World Now" and "Somebody", both on their latest double disc release, 'Long Road Out Of Eden'.
Jack Tempchin solely composed the Billboard Top 10 track "Slow Dancing (Swayin' To the Music)" for retro-rocker Johnny Rivers. In the 1980s, Tempchin co-wrote a dozen radio hits for Glenn Frey's solo career including "True Love", "The One You Love", "Sexy Girl", "Party Town", "I Found Somebody", "Soul Searchin", "Livin' Right" and "Part Of You, Part Of Me" the end title theme song for the Oscar-winning film, 'Thelma & Louise'. Tempchin also co-wrote Frey hits "Smuggler's Blues" & "You Belong to The City" for the 'Miami Vice' TV show soundtrack. (sampled by platinum rappers Coolio and Jay-Z, respectively).
Jack Tempchin recently returned to his roots, performing his multi-platinum songwriter hits solo acoustic. Performing everywhere from house concerts, churches, and libraries, to large radio festivals, and performing arts center concerts, he's recently shared the stage with songwriting greats J.D. Souther, Jimmy Webb, Dave Mason, Tom Rush, Barry McGuire, and Al Kooper. He's also opened for Eagles solo sets by Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit and for Jackson Browne, Chicago, Poco, Karla Bonoff, Dolly Parton among others.