The Siren in Morro Bay Presents:
Surf Night with The Wheeland Brothers & Shane Stoneman Band
900 Main St
Morro Bay, CA, 93442
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
We are the Wheeland Brothers. Two Southern California brothers (Nate & Travis Wheeland) who grew up in Orange County surfing, scarfing down hole-in-the wall Mexican food, and jamming around the campfire. We combine the cool attitude and summertime energy of reggae with the down-to-earth, organic honesty of acoustic rock, barefoot country, and ukulele sunset jams. After an inspiring trip to Kalalau on the island of Kauai, we set out to write and record our first album, 'Toast to the Coast' (2012)... then our second album, 'Muchos Mahalos' (2013),... Now the adventure continues with the release of our new album, 'Lost in the Key of Sea' (2016). We're stoked to have played all over California, west coast to east coast, and the Virgin Islands at festivals such as Cali Roots, KAABOO, Firefly, Wakarusa, Summercamp, Love City Music Festival... and every beach bonfire in between.
Shane Stoneman was born in California in 1973 and moved to Oahu as a child. It was in these early years in Hawaii that Shane became infatuated with surfing and surfboards. By the time his family moved back to California in the early 80’s, he was a complete surf addict. When he wasn’t actually surfing he spent his days drawing waves or surfboard templates on any scrap of paper he could find. His intense dedication to the sport led to years of competitive surfing and a short stint as a traveling pro. He moved to the San Luis Obispo area in the mid 90’s where he applied his focus to a broader horizon. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature, started a band, got serious about painting, and started shaping surfboards.
Nowadays, Shane is still busy as ever. He is a married father with two daughters and a surfboard shaper by trade. He keeps his easel and paints set up in the corner of the shaping room lounge in the hills of Cayucos, always ready to make an impression of the California coastline, the surrounding rolling hills, or some surf inspired theme. You can view some more of his art (and a lot more of his surfboards) at Wavelengths Surf Shop in Morro Bay or contact him directly through his website.