The consolations are a Doo-Wop / Barbershop group based in Grass Valley California.  They are available for any and all of your entertainment needs, Weddings, Parties, Golf Events, you name it, we do it.

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Contact us:

Phone: 530-277-5238

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Current members include:

Isaias Acosta: Isaias Acosta has been performing since he was a young boy.  From piano recitals to high school solo and ensemble. Performance has been ingrained in him.  In college he was privileged to perform with ” The Singing Statesmen” at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire as well as the Acapella group associated with that all male chorus known as  “The Innocent Men”.  While  in Nevada County Isaias has had the opportunity to perform on stage in musical productions including: “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee“,  “Assassins“,  ” Music Man“,  “Avenue Q“,  and “Company” all produced by Sierra Stages.  After performing in an original production “Doo-wop Shoo-bop”  At the Off Broad Street theater  Isaias’ love of close harmonic singing was rekindled.  Isaias’ current performance endeavor, The Consolations was born, as many good things are, from lucky happenstance and years of preparation.  The current and past members of the group make up many decades of performance experience, and Isaias is delighted and blessed to share such experience with you!

Kevin Guerrero: Music has long been a part of Kevin’s life. He first started beating a rhythm into his father’s radio with a hammer at the age of 2, graduating to trumpet which he played for 15 years, and into vocal performance in college. He has been member of the Music in the Mountains Chorus for the last 4 years and is currently serving on the Choral Committee. He performed as part of a backup group for a Queen tribute concert, as well as having performed the Carmina Burana and other classical works by composers such as R. Vaughan Williams, Handel, Verdi, Faure’ and most recently, Mozart’s Requiem. He also serves as a board member and benefactor of the Bear River High School music program and is a strong believer that music in our schools is an integral part of a fully rounded educational system.

2014.06.30-Andrew.Kerr.Headshot-photoAndrew Kerr: Andrew’s family has a rich history in stage, television, radio and voiceover work. His grandfather, Jim Kerr, was known as ‘The Scotch Gardener” and had a television and radio show in the Bay Area during the 50s and 60s. His Father, Jim Kerr, the voice of Nevada County, is a Marconi Award winning radio personality, and Andrew is following in their footsteps. Andrew studied voice at the Don Bagget School of Music. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in acting with a minor in technical theater from San Jose State University where he was an Irene Ryan finalist and received a Dusty Reed Scholarship. He interned at The Barn Theater under the Ragotzys, and is currently a long time resident of the Off Broadstreet Theater under Jan Kopp and John Driscoll, and he is the voice of the Nevada County Fair.


JR Lewis: A native of Nevada County, JR has been performing music since middle school. He played woodwinds in various music organizations until the early 2000’s, including the Nevada County Concert Band, Sierra College and American River College Orchestras, Sierra Nevada Winds Orchestra, Auburn Youth Symphony, and River City Concert Band. In 2006 he got involved in community theater and hasn’t looked back. In 2009 he helped found Sierra Stages Community Theater, where he performs and holds a seat on the board. Of the first 22 productions Sierra Stages has produced, JR was likely to have had an onstage or offstage role in every one.