Honey mead and a homemade barbecue won't be the only hot things at Rising Sun Farms' Fall Harvest Sale this weekend. Bands AnnieMac and Soul Food will present a lineup of rock 'n' roll that's sure to keep folks jumpin' at the wine and food event.

Honey mead and a homemade barbecue won't be the only hot things at Rising Sun Farms' Fall Harvest Sale this weekend. Bands AnnieMac and Soul Food will present a lineup of rock 'n' roll that's sure to keep folks jumpin' at the wine and food event.

Visitors can sample hot mead, barbecued tidbits by Southern Oregon Sauce and Spice Co. and wines from local vineyards from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at Rising Suns Farm, 5126 S. Pacific Highway, Phoenix. Quiche and pumpkin pie from the First Street Café in Phoenix also will be available. Rising Sun Farms will offer discounts on its tortas and on its award-winning Richard's Red 2002 merlot.

Soul Food will perform from 1 to 2:45 p.m., and AnnieMac will perform from 3 to 5 p.m.

AnnieMac features Annie McIntyre (lead vocals), Joe Diehl and Brent Norton (lead guitars and backing vocals), Allen Crutcher (keyboards), ­­­­Michael Saint John (drums) and J. Jorgensen (bass).

During AnnieMac's performance, the group will premier new tunes from its debut CD, "Ignition." The CD was co-produced by Sylvia Massy of RadioStar Studios in Weed, Calif., and guitarist and producer Jeff Pevar and is slated to be released in February 2008.

Admission to the Harvest Sale is free. There is a wine tasting fee of $5 at Rising Sun Farms. Call 535-8331, ext. 201.