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Caleb Klauder Country Band
plus Joshua Lowe and the Juncos








Live muusic that sounds like it should be rolling out of a Great Depression honky-tonk

Wed. Oct. 22 at 7:30pm
$10 adv./$10 door Dance – ages 21 +

Caleb Klauder Country Band: If you don’t believe in reincarnation, try listening to Caleb Klauder’s music. There’s little other explanation for why a small island Washingtonian can write, play, and sing music that sounds like it should be rolling out of a Great Depression honky-tonk. Born from the heart of Portland, Oregon’s red-hot music scene, Caleb Klauder’s music continues to challenge and transform how we think about roots music in America. "Listening to Caleb Klauder’s latest recording is like entering some eternal country-swing tavern in the sky.” - Seattle Times.

Joshua Lowe and the Juncos: Switching between high-energy, foot-stomping roots music and the intimacy of the singer/songwriter sound Joshua Lowe and the Juncos embrace several American musical traditions at once: folk, blues, jazz, old-timey, and country. With a sense for both storytelling and poetics Joshua Lowe has been dubbed “his generations Woody Guthrie, a great teller of tales,” by the infamous acoustic engineer, Cookie Marenco.

Artist sites and sounds: http://calebklauder.com and  www.joshualowemusic.com

Druha Trava










Famed on both sides of the Atlantic for its
"Czechgrass" fusion of acoustic, bluegrass,
folk and rock

Thu. Oct. 23 at 7:30pm
$13 adv. / $15 door
 seated <21 w/parent


Famed on both sides of the Atlantic for its "Czechgrass" fusion of acoustic, bluegrass, folk and rock, Druha Trava is the foremost band to emerge from the flourishing Czech bluegrass scene. Its virtuoso musicians can satisfy the most hardcore fans with scorching versions of traditional bluegrass standards. But as the band´s name "Second Grass" implies, DT reaches far beyond the classic bluegrass genre for inspiration.

The band uses American roots music as a starting point for a synthesis of jazz, pop, folk and even classical motifs, transforming an iconic American idiom into a richly textured, highly personal statement. DT was formed in 1991 by the influential singer-songwriter Robert Krestan, multi-instrumentalist Lubos Malina and other veterans of the acoustic music scene that had long thrived in Czechoslovakia. Krestan´s original songs -- renowned for their enigmatic, at times provocative, lyrics -- make up most of the band´s repertoire, and they and Krestan´s raw, gritty vocals set the band apart. But DT also performs bluegrass standards and covers -- in English and Czech -- of material by songwriters ranging from Mick Jagger to American acoustic veteran Peter Rowan (with whom the group collaborated on a CD, New Freedom Bell, in 1999).  

Artist sites and sounds:  www.druhatrava.us

Marty O’Reilly and The Old Soul
with special guest Arann
 plus Charlie Greene










Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra deliver an enthralling performance, which often leaves them out of breath and the stage littered with broken strings and bow hairs

Fri. Oct. 24 at 8pm
$12 adv./$15 door 
Dance – ages 21 +


Marty O’Reilly and The Old Soul Orchestra:    This three-man orchestra seamlessly weaves trance based blues music, harkening back to John Lee Hooker and Howlin' Wolf, with a drunken minor swing comparable to some of Tom Waits' darker works. Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra deliver an enthralling and passionate performance, which often leaves them out of breath and the stage littered with broken strings and bow hairs. 

Arann Harris: one part summer camp and two parts American roots music, served on a bed of bacon grease and git-down

Charlie Greene: A singer/songwriter, guitar and piano player whose writing and musical influences are as diverse as his songs. From Harry Nilsson, Merle Haggard, Ornette Coleman and Burl Ives to Chopin’s Nocturnes and Charles Bukowski, his style is a unique blend that defies categorization yet commands attention with a disarming show of lyrical firepower.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.martyoreilly.com and http://charliegreenemusic.com and http://arannharris.com


The Daniel Castro Band with Gary Smith



Sat. Oct. 25 at 8pm $10 adv./$12 door Dance – ages 21 +

The Daniel Castro Band: “He’s got that real deal feel. Daniel Castro is a great musician and entertainer.” -- Elvin Bishop“Daniel Castro is the latest and one of the greatest blues guitarists to come bursting out of the highly competitive West Coast scene. To the classic music of B.B. King, Albert King, and Albert Collins he has added the three T’staste, tone, and technique. His raw passion warms your soul while his deep groove kicks your butt on fine, fresh originals and wellchosen covers.” Dave Rubin, Guitar Player Magazine Well-known for being a dynamic performer who “leaves it all on the stage” night after night, Daniel brings crowds to their feet with his blistering solos, soulful singing, and tight arrangements. Daniel has always played with seasoned musicians, but with his newest incarnation, featuring Johnny Yu on bass and vocals and David Perper on drums and vocals, The Daniel Castro Bandraises the bar and is truly a force to be reckoned with.

Gary Smith:, "Over the past several decades, California has emerged as the harmonica blues capitol of the country. With the likes of Rod Piazza, Rick Estrin, Bill Clark, James Harmon, Mark Hummel, and Gary Smith, to name just a few, the West Coast has come to dominate the contemporary harmonica blues scene much like Chicago had in the early '50s and '60s. Not only has Gary Smith become a master of the harmonica, but he has also become a legend both locally and throughout the blues world, where record collectors covet his 1974 EP as a quintessential harp classic. "'Up The Line'.

Artist sites and sounds: http://www.danielcastro.com and www.messaround.com/album2.html

and www.westcoastblues.com/gsmith.htm and www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VKR6Bsyfxs

Sweet HayaH plus RELAPSE     2pm Matinee







High Energy Soul/Rock/World Music in French, Spanish and English


Sun. Oct. 26 at 2pm
$10 adv./$10 door D ance – ages 21 +


Sweet HayaH: "Poetic and fierce, enlightened and elegantly brash, San Jose's Sweet HayaH is an impassioned blend of Rock and Soul music. Bringing funky unexpected World nuances, hard-hitting rhythm and blues beats, funk, and passionate, spirited performances, Sweet HayaH is poised to take center stage as one of the Bay Area's premium independent bands in 2014, and beyond. Sweet HayaH is composed of Nehal Abuelata (lead vocals/keyboard), Devin Moreno (guitar/backup vocals), Josh Gardner (drums/backup vocals), Aaron Marquez (bass/backup vocals), and Brandon Garcia (trumpet/tambourine/ vocals).


RELAPSE : is a funky rock trio based out of San Jose.  The group has been together for over 10 years creating melodic and eclectic original music.  Bouncy bass lines, heavy guitar riffs, and punchy drums guide you along a harmonious musical adventure.  Phil Zigler - guitar and lead vocals, Ryan Westphal - bass and backup vocals, Zach Malosh - drums and backup vocals .

Artist sites and sounds:  www.reverbnation.com/sweethayah and  www.reverbnation.com/relapse1


Tish Hinojosa




Sun. Oct. 26  at 7:00pm
$15 adv./$15 door seated <21 w/parent


Tish Hinojosa’s music crosses borders – between cultures, languages and musical genres. Moving with equal grace through folk, country, pop and latino styles, her music reflects contemporary America’s multicultural richness. Combining a vision that embraces all of these musical styles, with her characteristic warmth and a pure, soulful voice, this enchanting Texan singer-songwriter has gained a loving and loyal audience throughout America, Europe and beyond.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.mundotish.com

Party Animal Radio Comedy Night

Matt Gubser, Iris Benson, Sean Sinita,
Tommy Broome, Lucia Carol Tuman of Party Animal West Coast,
Hosted by Mikey G "The Ringmaster" of Party Animal West Coast


Party Animal Radio Comedy Nights

Thu. Oct. 30 at 8pm 
$10 adv./$10 door 
seated – ages 21 +

Matt Gubser: Matt has performed at clubs and comedy festivals across the western US, including SF Sketchfest, the Sacramento Comedy Festival, S.H.I.T.S. and Giggles Comedy Festival, & Santa Cruz Fringe Fest.  He is part of the Ha Ha Heathens Comedy Tour and co-produces “It’s Just Two Minutes,” a monthly comedy show in San Francisco.

Iris Benson: Steve Mix says, “Warn your children about Iris Benson--before it is too late.”. Iris has performed all over the United States, making appearances at Comedy Festivals such as The Laughing Devil Comedy Festival (NY, NY), Trial by Laughter Competition (Indianapolis, IN), The She-Devil Festival (NY, NY), The She-Dot Festival (Toronto, ON) and the Cape Fear Comedy Festival (Wilmington, NC).

Plus Tommy BroomeLucia Carol Tuman of Party Animal West Coast.

Hosted by Mikey G "The Ringmaster" of Party Animal West Coast

Artist sites and sounds:  
www.mattgubser.com and www.irisbenson.com

HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA China Cats plus Slugs n’ Roses


Grateful Dead all night long and big costume contest with lots of prizes!

Fri. Oct. 31 at 8:30pm
$12 adv./$15 door
  dance ages 21 +

China Cats: This Bay Area tribute band performs the songs of the Grateful Dead with spirited jams that carry their own genuine personality while paying homage to their musical forefathers. The band is comprised of veterans of the Bay Area jam band scene who have studied the Dead's musical nuances in great detail without losing any of their own individuality. Lead guitarist Matt Hartle has worked with Jerry Garcia Band organist Melvin Seals as well as Cast of Clowns, Front Street and Shady Groove. Rhythm guitarist Scott Cooper has worked with members of Galactic, Great American Taxi, David Nelson Band and many others. Bassist Rockin Roger also plays with David Gans, Stu Allen and others including bluegrass legend Frank Wakefield. The band is rounded out by veteran keyboardist Steve Sofranko (Shady Groove, Burnt Toast, Workingman's Ed) and drummer Michael Owens (surfer). 

Slugs N' Roses plays Grateful Dead music in an energetic, refreshing Santa Cruz style.  Featuring Airy Larry and Doug Dirt from the Banana Slug String Band on guitar and bass, Slugs N' Roses delivers high energy psychedelic rock with interwoven rhythms and impassioned lyrics. Guitarists Brett Packer and August West, keyboardist Dave Faulkner, and drummer Paul Garcia round out a big powerful sound that ensures a dance party every gig. That leaves most of the vocals to Michael Sammet, who emotionally delivers a beautiful but edgy spirit to the music we have come to love.

COSTUME CONTEST:  First prize $100.00 cash for Best Costume, second place wins a night on the town: dinner for two and tickets to a concert. Also show tickets or CD prizes for winners and runners up for Scariest Costume, Most Colors in a Costume, Sexiest Costume, and best Grateful Dead related costume.

Artist sites and sounds: www.facebook.com/thechinacats and  www.facebook.com/slugsnroses

Antsy McClain & Friends





His live shows touch upon Country, Rockabilly, Jazz, Swing, and Pop culture references with
heart-felt ballads
and humorous tales

Sat. Nov. 1 at 8pm
$20 adv./$20 door 
seated <21 w/parent

Singer, songwriter, humorist and small town
philosopher Antsy McClain writes what he knows:
The good life.

Staging his live shows from a small, fictitious trailer park called Pine View Heights (patterned after his own childhood surroundings and experiences), McClain is free from an over-abundance of material things and appreciates time with family and friends. Sharing his mantra of “Enjoy The Ride,” McClain has won friendship and collaboration with some of the most talented musicians in the world.

With such a wide circle of mentors like Waylon Jennings, Tommy Smothers, guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel and cowboy poet Baxter Black, it’s no wonder McClain marches to the beat of a different drum. And his influences don’t stop there. His live shows touch upon Country, Rockabilly, Jazz, Swing, and a number of Pop culture references. McClain’s poetry, heart-felt ballads and humorous tales have garnered praise from such artists as Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Lindsay Buckingham, and David Wilcox, to name a few.

Artist sites and sounds: http://unhitched.com






 2pm Matinee

Originating from Kona
on Hawaii's Big Island, Mele'uhane
 is a stunning
father and son duo

Sun. Nov. 2 at 2pm
$12 adv./$15 door
 seated <21 w/parent

Originating from Kona on Hawaii's Big Island, Mele'uhane is a stunning father and son duo (Keikilani Lindsey and Leokani Lindsey) striving to tell the untold stories of the Spirit within us all.

Bridging the language barrier with music as their medium and the Hawaiian language as their vehicle.  Blending a flair for native storytelling with the poetic beauty of the Hawaiian language, Mele'uhane captures the essence of emotion with the melody and charm of the pop music culture.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.meleuhane.com

Itchy-O   Alternative Tentacles Tour








A throbbing 32-piece band of masked chaos invites you to dissolve the performer/audience divide and melt into the bedlam

Mon. Nov.  3 at 7:30pm
$10 adv./$10 door 
dance ages 21 +

A throbbing 32-piece band of masked chaos invites you to dissolve the performer/audience divide and melt into the bedlam, that is the disorienting power of itchy-O. The itchy-O Marching Band (IOMB) is a Denver-based percussion-centered electronic marching band. itchy-O brings a sophisticatedly savage sound and the sheer ecstasy of instruments untethered and running free.

With a driving drum corps battery, Taiko drummers, an arsenal of electronics including synthesizers, theremin, vocoders, and many other special devices, the IOMB completely engulfs and immerses an audience from every angle in a pounding electric bog of music, ephemera and spectacle. The masked and hive-minded IOMB is waging war on predictable mediocrity with their blind-siding-style performances which feature an artfully hazardous Chinese lion, a troupe of sensuous dancing provocateurs, fog, strobes, sequins, sweat and fury. Itchy-O has played with David Byrne and St. Vincent’s band, performed at Riot Fest with Iggy Pop, Matt & Kim, Naked Raygun, and Public Enemy.  

Artist sites and sounds: http://itchyo.com

Drew Holcoumb & the Neighbors


plus Penny and Sparrow








As heard on the TV shows: Parenthood, How I Met Your Mother, Oprah, House, Nashville, Justified, One Tree Hill

Wed. Nov. 5 at 7:30pm
$12 adv./$14 door seated <21 w/parent

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors: Since releasing their first album, 2005’s Washed In Blue, Drew & The Neighbors (Ellie Holcomb, Nathan Dugger, Rich Brinsfield) have established themselves as a formidable indie act, selling more than 75,000 records, playing more than 1,500 live dates, selling-out headline shows, and touring alongside such varied acts as The Avett Brothers, Ryan Adams, Los Lobos, NEEDTOBREATHE, Susan Tedeschi, North Mississippi Allstars, Marc Broussard, and more. Their songs have been used in countless television shows.

Penny and Sparrow are Andy Baxter and Kyle Jahnke, from the heart of Texas. Previously roommates, the duo makes music influenced by The Swell Season, Bon Iver, Mumford and Sons, and others. They also love musicals.

Artist sites and sounds: www.drewholcomb.com and www.pennyandsparrow.com

Artist sites and sounds: www.drewholcomb.com


David Nelson Band
plus The Doobie Decibel System



"Catch a DNB gig and you'll hear exploratory improvisation that's as "out there" as anything the Dead ever did."


Thu. Nov. 6 at 7:30pm
$25 adv./$30 door
 dance ages 21 +

The David Nelson Band is Barry Sless, David Nelson, Pete Sears, Mookie Siegel and John Molo. From an article by Doug Fogel: Catch a DNB gig and you'll hear exploratory improvisation that's as "out there" as anything the Dead ever did. But you won't be seeing a cover band. "It keeps all those American forms, bluegrass, blues and a little bit of jazz," says David Gans, who opened for the DNB during their 2010 Hawaii tour and hosts the nationally syndicated Grateful Dead Hour. "They're people who listen to each other and sort of architect this music together as they go. "They're my favorite band in the universe." Bob Minkin, a photographer who's shot a wide variety of rock and roll stars for Rolling Stone, Relix, Time Magazine and other major media, says the DNB is impossible to categorize. "You've got your jazz, you've got your blues, you've got your country, and you have your acid rock, psychedelic or whatever," he says. "That's what I like about seeing the David Nelson Band. "There's such variety---it's such a satisfying experience. They're basically my favorite band to see."

The Doobie Decibel System: the duo of Moonalice frontman, Roger McNamee and Jason Crosby, Marin super multi-instrumentalist with Bob Weir, Phil Lesh who has also toured with Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton and Dave Mathews.

Artist sites and sounds: www.nelsonband.com

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Sean Hayes


(((folkYEAH!))) Presents

Fri. Nov. 7 at 9pm
$20 adv./$25 door ALL STANDING ages 21 +

If there were a map of Sean Hayes’ 20-plus year career, it would be circuitous. A tangled criss-crossing of backroads and blue highways denoting place, influence, and trajectory. You can hear it in the deep-roots syncopation, in the dusty folk-stomp and in the biorhythmic pulse that ebbs and thumps throughout his soul-tinged songs. For Hayes, it’s never been about the destination. It’s always been about the journey: The words on paper, fingers on strings, impromptu dance parties, darkened clubs, late night mysteries, firing synapses, human connection, deeper meaning and the kind of beats that really make a body move. “I got moves the kids ain’t seen,” he sings on “Magic Slim vs. Dynamite.” The smoke-and-sparklers dance party video for the song aptly captures the serious fun of his music. Born in New York and raised in North Carolina, Hayes headed for California two decades ago. It was in San Francisco that his career blossomed. But Hayes credits the Carolinas towns like Asheville and Charleston — places where he first wrote and performed tunes such as “Mary Magdelene” — with imprinting him as an artist.

Hayes forges songs that, even to the uninitiated, sound like hits. He's been compared to Bill Withers for his rhythmic sense and his soulfulness. His "Powerful Stuff," got a lot of mileage in a Subaru commercial. "Dream Machine" was re-mixed by DJ Mark Farina, "A Thousand Tiny Pieces" was covered by folk group The Be Good Tanyas, "Fucked Me Right Up" landed on the soundtrack to HBO's “Bored to Death.” He has dueted with Aimee Mann, toured with the likes of Ani DiFranco and the Cold War Kids, and his breathlessly sexy slow dance, "When We Fall In," inspired pop star Justin Timberlake to blog rhapsodic.

Artist sites and sounds: www.seanhayesmusic.com

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The Mermen and Henry Kaiser Play Dark Star












Join us on a crazy adventure beyond the transitive nightfall of diamonds in this one-time-only special event

Sat. Nov. 8 at 8pm
$15 adv./$15 door D ance – ages 21 +

The Mermen , everyone's favorite psychedelic surf band joins forces with their pal, guitarist Henry Kaiser , to present a set-long version of the Grateful Dead's DARK STAR; played not to be imitative of The Dead, but driven by the unique styles and ideas of The Mermen and HK.  There will also be another set of surprising and unexpected musical covers. We can't tell you which set will be first, for that is up to the moment of the show. Join us on a crazy adventure beyond the transitive nightfall of diamonds in this one-time-only special event. 

The Mermen's style of music has been called a lot of things, surf, rock, psychedelic, ambient, psychobilly, thrash, punk, new-age...and really, it may be all of those things. Their name came from Jimi Hendrix's song "1983, A Merman I Should Turn to Be" which captures both their love of the ocean and an appreciation of great rock and roll.  The trio of Jim Thomas, Allen Whitman, and Martyn Jones first formed in 1989. They are multi-dimensional people, each with his own unique talent, but all with a love for the music. 

Guitarist Henry Kaiser has appeared on more that 250 albums in many different genres of music: rock, jazz, experimental, and world musics being the most significant. Just a few of his many collaborators: David Lindley, Richard Thompson, Herbie Hancock, Wadada Leo Smith, Terry Riley, Nels Cline, Steve Kimock, and Sonny Sharrock. Back in 1988, before there were Grateful Dead cover bands, Kaiser recorded anyone's first ever cover of Dark Star. This was released on the album THOSE WHO KNOW HISTORY ARE DOOMED TO REPEAT. He later has collaborated with most all of the living members of The Grateful Dead on many different gigs and recordings. Henry's favorite band for the past couple of decades has been The Mermen. He is especially delighted to join them for this collaborative project. 

Artist sites and sounds: www.mermen.net and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Kaiser_(musician )  


Café Musique








2pm Matinee 

Gypsy, Wild Classical, Tango and Folk

Sun. Nov. 9 at 2pm
$20 adv./$20 door
 seated <21 w/parent


They may hail from the central coast of California, but the members of Café Musique have at least one foot each planted deep in foreign musical soil. By merging four very different backgrounds, the quintet presents a rich mixture of styles including gypsy, tango, classical and folk.

Combining powerful vocals with soaring violin and driving accordion, the listener will be treated to an exotic and exciting sonic journey around the world. The members of Café Musique are Brynn Albanese on violin and vocals, Duane Inglish on accordion, Fred Murray on bass, and Craig Nuttycombe on guitar and vocals.

Artist sites and sounds: www.cafemusique.org

The Rock Collection 8pm Concert


Melvin Seals, Stu Allen, Lebo (of ALO), 
Greg Anton, Reed Mathis
 (of Tea Leaf Green)



The Rock Collection  

 Sun. Nov. 9 at 8pm
$20 adv./$20 door
 Dance – ages 21 +

The Rock Collection is a brand new all-star group featuring Melvin Seals (JGB), Stu Allen (JGB/Phil Lesh and Friends), Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz (ALO), Greg Anton (Zero), and Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green). Among the most accomplished performers and songwriters on the jamband circuit, these five musicians have an amazing, powerful chemistry together onstage. The band performs original songs, along with some choice cover-tunes with extended improvisation, three-part harmonies, and dynamics that range from delicate ballads to blow-the-roof-off rock and roll.

Melvin and Stu played for years together in JGB and have a unique musical connection. Lebo is a founding member of ALO and has toured with Jack Johnson, G Love, and Galactic. Master bassist Reed Mathis plays with Tea Leaf Green, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Marco Benevento and others. Greg’s played drums with Steve Kimock/Zero, John Lee Hooker, Stanley Jordan and members of the Grateful Dead. Greg also co-writes songs with Robert Hunter that The Rock Collection performs. Their new album, “Live at the Oregon Country Fair” is available now on Amazon and ITunes

Artist sites and sounds: http://therockcollection.net

Black Oak Arkansas plus  The Schnyde







After 43 years, Three Gold Records, One Platinum, and One Gold Single from a chestnut known as "Jim Dandy To The Rescue" these guys are back on Atlantic Records and Rocking Across the USA

Mon. Nov. 10 at 7:30pm
$15 adv./$17 door D
ance – ages 21 +

Black Oak ArkansasIn the year 1963, some high school pals decided to get together to form a group because of their love of music. After 43 years, several dozen albums--three of which became gold, one of which became platinum, and one gold single from a song known as "Jim Dandy To The Rescue," which was told to them to record by none other than Elvis Presley himself (!), this group of friends still manages to stay together. (After talking to Elvis, Black Oak Arkansas was told the following week by their producer Tom Dowd and by their label president Ahmet Ertegun that these two industry giants were also about to ask BOA about recording that same tune! Ahmet himself only personally signed 5 groups to recording contracts in his long, long recording history--and Black Oak Arkansas had the honor of being number 5!) Many testimonials and awards have been presented to this band by everyone from Bill Graham, to Wolfman Jack to President Bill Clinton! With an original homespun musical flavor, Black Oak Arkansas has been presenting their music and their life to the worlds’ public now for almost half of a century, and with a still active touring and recording schedule

The Schnyde: As the story goes ~ The Schnyde has over 30 years of experience in the music industry. His style has developed giving way to put a unique spin on classic rock, injecting his own comedic style.  Consisting mostly of parodies of well-known songs by great bands such as The Doors, Moody Blues, Johnny Cash, Eagles and Alabama (to give you an idea of range).  He has played along side many greats including "King" George of Black Oak Arkansas, The Bag Lady Sue (Sue Austin), Alabama, Confederate Railroad, Naked Karate Girls, and Sixxkiller among others! 

Artist sites and sounds: 
www.blackoakarkansas.net and www.schnyde.com

JeConte and the Mali AllStars













West African jazz/blues combination features former Karl Denson lead guitar ace Brian Jordan, JeConte and, from Mail, an all star lineup


Tue. Nov. 11 at 7:30pm
  $10 adv./$10 door  D
ance – ages 21 +

JeConte and the Mali AllStars, featuring former Karl Denson lead guitarist and vocalist, Brian Jordon, including two former members of Habib Koite and Bamada, Boubacar Sidibe, rhythm guitarist, harmonica player and background vocals alongside Djeli Madou Kone talking drummer, and n'goni player. The record that they recorded during the coup d'etait.  'The Mali Blues,' made the top ten list in World Music last year and Putamayo listed the record as #4. This West African jazz/blues combination that is JeConte & the Mali AllStars comes highly recommended by audiences around the world. The bands repertoire includes world music that broadcasts true roots music with a highly communicative sound and superb stage appeal. From an intimate venue to a festival, this group never ceases to amaze their audience with their versatility and robust sound.

JeConte & The Mali Allstars are: JeConte - bandleader, blues harmonica player, vocals

Brian Jordan (Karl Denson) - Lead Guitar, Vocals

Boubacar Sidibe (Bamada - Habib Koite) - guitar,  harmonica, vocals 

Djeli Mahamadou Kone (Bamada - Habib Koite) - talking drum, n'goni and calabash

Wendell Rand (Afrofunk Experience) - Bass

Abou Diarrassouba (The Original Wailers, EasyStar Allstars) - Drum Set

Artist sites and sounds: http://www.themaliblues.com and, from the Desert Festival in Mali: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNUs-_mFHug

Spirit of ‘76 

plus Shady Cats





Recreating The Grateful Dead Late 1970’s Era Concerts featuring members of China Cats and Shady Groove

Fri. Nov. 14 at 8:30pm
$12 adv./$15 door  
Dance – ages 21 +

Spirit of '76 is a collection of talented musicians from the Grateful Dead community performing Grateful Dead music in the spirit of the Dead's late 70's era.  This shows cast features Jerry Brown from Shady Groove, Mark Corsalini on drums (previously of JGB), and from the China Cats: Roger Sideman, Steve Sofranko, and Matt Hartle.

Shady Cats: same players as Spirit of ‘76, but surprise format, maybe acoustic, maybe electric.  Very clandestine.   

Artist sites and sounds: www.facebook.com/thechinacats and www.facebook.com/pages/Shady-Groove/48937864540


Ellis Paul and Steve Poltz


Boston songwriting giant and Jewel hit collaborator combine for a big entertaining evening of music and fun

Sat. Nov. 15 at 8pm
$15 adv./$17 door 
seated <21 w/parent

Ellis Paul:  “Despite his success and sense of history, Mr. Paul remains an Artist with his eye on the future and an interest in discovering the transformative potential of his music." - New York Times.  Ellis Paul’s songwriting credentials are unassailable. They are as genuine as the 14 Boston Music Awards he has earned, as indelible as the tattoo of Woody Guthrie that adorns his arm, and as authentic as the musical roots he draws upon with every note he plays. His 16 releases and loyal,enthusiastic audiences reinforce this acclaim and have since cemented his place as one of America’s most talented songwriters. With 16 CDs, a concert DVD, and a book of poems and short stories to his credit, Ellis' songs have been featured on the soundtracks to documentaries, TV shows and big Hollywood films such as The Farrelly Brother’s ‘Hall Pass’, ‘Me, Myself & Irene’, and ‘Shallow Hal’.  He has shared the stage with some of the top names in the music world including: Pete Seeger, John Mayer, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Dar Williams, Shawn Colvin, among others.

Steve Poltz:  He was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada) but has lived mostly in Southern California and those geographic poles are quite likely responsible for his unhinged genius. Over the course of his life he’s met Elvis Presley (who hugged his sister for far too long), trick or treated at Liberace’s house (each finger had a diamond ring), was Bob Hope’s favourite altar boy (according to him), bravely traveled the world busking before he knew how to do it, famously co-wrote “You Were Meant For Me” with Jewel, pissed off David Cassidy and can count some of the world’s coolest people as fans.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.ellispaul.com and http://poltz.com

Victoria Blythe with Walter Strauss



Joni Mitchell meets Nora Jones--stunning voice, dazzling guitar, brilliant originals and innovatively interpreted covers


Sun. Nov. 16 at 2pm
$8 adv./$10 door seated <21 w/parent


Victoria Blythe: Joni Mitchell meets Nora Jones--stunning voice, dazzling guitar, brilliant originals and innovatively interpreted covers. Bay Area singer-songwriter Victoria Blythe introduces her jazz-infused debut CD, Silver Flyer, to the South Bay in this matinee stop on her West Coast CD release tour. She will be accompanied by renowned West African-inspired guitarist Walter Strauss, bassist Sam Bevan and percussionist Kendrick Freeman, all virtuosos of their instruments. “Absolutely amazing voice, pitch strong and with a wonderful delivery”. Niklas Hansson, Universal Music Scout. Victoria Blythe has been performing for many years in the SF Bay Area and beyond as vocalist, songwriter and co-leader of the award-winning Americana band Calaveras. Her thrillingly beautiful vocals have been compared to Joni Mitchell, Alison Krauss, Paula Cole, Sandy Denny and Evanescence. Her just-released debut solo CD, Silver Flyer, blends jazz, folk and pop influences into ear-catching, unique and varied songs. The songs (and her live band) are infused with the stunning talents of guitarist Walter Strauss Walter’s translations of African kora (folk harp) music to guitar have been widely acclaimed as works of amazing virtuosity, and his intricate work on Silver Flyer is receiving the same level of praise. Rounding out the ensemble are bassist Sam Bevan (Monk's Music Trio, David Grisman, Joe Craven and VNote Ensemble) and percussionist Kendrick Freeman (Rob Ickes, Alison Brown).

Artist sites and sounds: www.victoriablythe.com and www.walterstrauss.com

Check out Victoria’s unique cover of James Brown’s “I Feel Good”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IihFtQpqMjg

The 3rdAnnual California Banjo Extravaganza

7pm Concert












Starring Tony Furtado, Mark Johnson and Bill Evans
With John Reischman, Sharon Gilchrist, Jim Nunally and Chad Manning

Sun. Nov. 16 at 7pm
$22 adv./$25 door seated <21 w/parent

Three very different banjo aces come together with a super picker band for the 3nd Annual California Banjo Extravaganza after playing to a rollicking roaring packed house last year.

Tony Furtado: “Tony Furtado is a major musical force without a doubt. He has his black belt in voice, bottleneck guitar and his banjo playing scares the crap out of me.” – David Lindley “The devil will eventually want a guitar lesson from Tony Furtado--but he’ll have to wait in line like the rest of us.” - Willy porter. Tony Furtado is an indie record label’s dream artist. He has lived primarily on the road for the last two decades. He is gregarious,
engaging and entertaining, on and off stage. He’s been called a genius on banjo and slide guitar, and his own creative
interpretation-hybrid of Americana and indie folk/rock is engaging and captivating. Furtado has often been compared to Ry Cooder and Paul Simon in his latest albums as he guides his attention to detail and proclivity for traditional music into the pop framework.

Mark Johnson: Mark Johnson has revolutionized the art of clawhammer banjo by adapting its techniques and rhythms to the demands of playing in a bluegrass ensemble. He calls his banjo style Clawgrass. He won the 2012 Steve Martin Prize for excellence in banjo and bluegrass and appeared on David Letterman with Steve Martin. His second recording -- Acoustic Rising with Emory Lester, released on the Crossroads/Mt. Home Record Label -- was nominated by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) in 2007 as Instrumental Album of the Year.

Bill Evans: “The banjoist has a world view shared by a precious few. It shows in the breadth of his own bluegrass playing and, especially, through his composing. Evans infuses his work with hints of jazz, classical and music of other realms, all fitting snuggly into his conception of the bluegrass sound. ” —David Royko, The Chicago Tribune
“One of the best banjo pickers on the planet.”
—Mark Wittington, San Jose Mercury

John Reischman: As one of the acoustic world’s top-ranked mandolin players and composers, veteran artist John Reischman is renowned for his exquisite taste, tone and impeccable musicianship. His mastery of the instrument is showcased today in the powerful bluegrass band John Reischman and the Jaybirds

Artist sites and sounds: www.tonyfurtado.com and www.clawgrass.com and www.billevansbanjo.com and www.johnreischman.com

Box Set Duo


Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls once described them as “a cross between the
Grateful Dead and The Smothers Brothers.” 

Tue. Nov. 18 at 7:30pm
$17 adv./ $20 door 
seated <21 w/parent

Jim Brunberg and Jeff Pehrson, of Box Set the band, met in a San Francisco cafe 23 years ago and almost immediately fell into a musical relationship. That connection has been responsible for 12 albums of original music, thousands upon thousands of miles on the road, a handful of awards, several ill-fated record deals and two houses built of broken B strings.

The Box Set Duo has been entertaining audiences these many years with their powerful songs, brought to life by inspired guitar interplay and vocal harmonies that warm the senses. The subject matter, as with the finest folk music, ranges from politics to relationships and everything in between, all delivered with a heart and wit that has brought rave reviews. Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls once described them as “a cross between the Grateful Dead and The Smothers Brothers.” Though Jim and Jeff have both been busy pursuing other endeavors the last few years, (Jim owns and operates his own music venue, Mississippi Studios in Portland, Oregon and Jeff is a member of Bob Weir and Phil Lesh’s band, Furthur), Box Set Duo will engage your hearts, burst your sides and leave you with a song on your mind.

Artist sites and sounds:  http://boxsetduo.com/

Stu Allen & Mars Hotel 


 Grateful Dead Tribute

Fri. Nov. 21 at 8:30pm
 $15 adv./$15 door
 Dance – ages 21 +

Stu Allen & Mars Hotel, a tribute band based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, emulates the feel, excitement, and energy of the Grateful Dead at their peak.  Filled with a rotating cast of jam band veterans and Grateful Dead enthusiasts, this band is sure to please even the most discriminating Dead-Head time after time with fresh takes on classic music.  Featuring the ever-popular and always inventive Stu Allen (formerly of Melvin Seals & JGB), Mars Hotel presents familiar and obscure Dead songs which they use as launch pads for flights of improvisation.  Come join Stu Allen & Mars Hotel for a far out journey that's sure to hit home.  



Artist sites and sounds: www.jambase.com/Artists/49452/Stu-Allen

Baby Gramps plus Jayme Kelly Curtis
7pm Concert 


Old-Time Salty Vaudevillian meets Folkloric Jazz Chanteuse

Sun. Nov. 23 at 7pm
$10 adv./$12 door seated <21 w/parent

Baby Gramps:
Old-Time Salty Vaudevillian.

"If you have never caught Baby Gramps live, this is your chance -- he's a performer with a style so distinctive you'll never forget it." He's been called "The Salvadore Dali of Folk Music".

Baby Gramps is a high energy humorously entertaining performer with an endless repertoire. He plays acoustic antique resonator National Steel guitars, and sings his own unique arrangements of rags, jazz, & blues songs from the 20's & 30's, folksongs, and many originals with wordplay, humor, and throat singing. He appeals to a wide range of audiences from folk to jamband to punk to old timey traditional and to kids of all ages. Venues he performs at vary from intimate coffeehouses and pubs, to large concert halls, theaters, and festivals across the States, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

Jayme Kelly Curtis: Jayme Kelly Curtis writes, records and performs an earthy blend of original "folkloric jazz" from her home base in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California. She has independently recorded and distributed three CDs of original songs that reflect a wide-range of musical interests. Equally at home in rock, blues, folk and jazz, Curtis's songs and powerful voice have won praise from listeners, press and radio stations, as well as worldwide airplay and placements in film and television.

Artist sites and sounds: www.babygramps.com and http://www.babygramps.com






Non Stop Dancing

Sat. Nov. 29 at 8pm
  $10 adv./$10 door 
Dance – ages 21 +

Extra Large, from Santa Cruz, California, is a hip, fun blend of reggae, Latin, hip-hop, funk, and rock that is uniquely “Santa Cruz” and irresistibly danceable. Extra Large has been voted best band in Santa Cruz for many years by Santa Cruz's two weekly newspapers, “The Santa Cruz Weekly” and the “Good Times”.  In 2013, they were voted Best Band for the ninth consecutive year by the readers of the “Good Times” .

Extra Large blends original material, with their own creative take on covers that compliment their style. The key is that everything they play is lively, fun, and danceable.  Extra Large is led by the dynamic front man, Russ Leal. His energy and positive vibe steal the show. One can't help but to be captured by his relentless positive and high-energy spirit. He wins over even the toughest of crowds and first timers to the Extra Large experience. Extra Larges upbeat and positive music is infectious and leaves the crowd happy and wanting more.

Artist sites and sounds: www.extra-large.net  

Sallie Ford











"On the boisterous Slap Back, the first full-length under her own name, Sallie Ford hopscotches between folk, blues, psychedelia, and punk intuitively and convincingly."  - PopMatter.  

(((folkYEAH!))) Presents

Wed. Dec. 3 at 9pm
$12 adv./$15 door  ALL STANDING ages 21 +

Plenty a future has been pondered in a French café, and so it was for Sallie Ford. During a tiring tour of Europe last winter Ford’s then-bandmate Jeff Munger mentioned he was ready for a break from the tours Ford and her band, The Sound Outside, had logged. She said she too was ready for something new. “And I said, ‘I wish I could have an all-girl band,’” Ford says.  She could. Ford calls Slap Back, an “ode to all the babe rockers.” To Pat Benatar and PJ Harvey, Xene Cervenka, and Joan Jett, and Heart. She wanted to play more guitar, so she made herself the guitar player. She wanted to play in a band with keyboards, so she signed up Cristina Cano (Albatross, Siren & the Sea) on keys. She added Anita Lee Elliott, who’s been in Viva Voce and Blue Giant, on bass, and Amanda Spring (Point Juncture, WA.) on drums. Ford wanted to distance herself some from the rockabilly tag she and the Sound Outside picked up over the course of two albums bookended by two EPs. So she wrote garage rock, surf rock, and straight up rock songs. “I wanted to blend different eras of music—the 80s, 90s, 60s, 70s—maybe some 50s,” she said, before pausing. “I was kind of over the 50s.”

Artist sites and sounds:  www.sallieford.com

Buy your tickets now at:  http://folkyeah.com/#/sallie-ford-felton-123/



Molly's Revenge, Christa Burch,
The Rosemary Turco Irish Dancers

Thu. Dec. 4 at 7:30pm

 $17 adv./$20 door  seated <21 w/parent

"A seriously joyous, masterly musical experience."
-- Tom Clancy, Irish Music Magazine

Join Molly's Revenge, including David Brewer who will be in town for the concert, and special guest vocalist Christa Burch with the Rosemary Turco Irish Dancers for an evening of music, song, and dance associated with the festive season. The performance will include Christmas songs both old and new from many lands, all played with a Celtic twist. You'll have an opportunity to join in and sing some of your favorite carols, and our dancing guests will surely set your toes tapping.

Born of the timeless tradition of the all-night music session, Molly's Revenge is a dynamic, acoustic Celtic band known for its unique and infectious on-stage enthusiasm. The classic combination of bagpipes, whistle, fiddle, and song -- set against a backdrop of guitar, bouzouki, and mandola accompaniment -- guarantee an enjoyable experience for all fans of Scottish and Irish music. The new Winter Dance CD featuring music from the show will be available at the concerts. Singer and bodhrán player Christa Burch possesses a singular voice: warm, supple, expressive, intimate -- and instantly recognizable. 

Artist sites and sounds:  
www.mollysrevenge.com and www.christaburch.com

Adam Miller 2pm Matinee








Folksinger, Storyteller, Autoharp Virtuoso
"One of the great autoharpists and folksingers of our times."
- George Winston.

Sun. Dec. 7 at 2pm
$10 adv./$10 Door seated <21 w/parent

"One of the great autoharpists and folksingers of our times."
- George Winston. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, Adam Miller is a renowned American folksinger and natural-born storyteller. An accomplished folklorist, historian, and song-collector, he has amassed an impressive repertoire of over 5,000 songs.

He accompanies his rich, resonant baritone voice with lively fingerpicking acoustic guitar and stunningly beautiful autoharp melodies. In a contemporary musical landscape peopled with singer/songwriters and their often short-lived offerings, his time-honored traditional folksongs and ballads are a breath of fresh air. A masterful entertainer who never fails to get his audience singing along, he has distinguished himself as one of the great interpreters of American folktales and folksongs, and as a performer who appeals to audiences of all ages.

Artist sites and sounds: www.folksinging.org

The Bobs





7pm concert

The Bobs (prat)fall outside a cappella traditions, landing in a hot tub of humor and vocal prowes

Sun. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm
$20 adv./$20 door 
seated <21 w/parent


A band without instruments?! The Bobs (prat)fall outside a cappella traditions, landing in a hot tub of humor and vocal prowess. What other band can headline The American Songbook series, open for Frank Zappa and The Dead, and perform for 700 million people on the Emmy Awards? Manhattan Transfer meets Monty Python--Robin Williams meets Bobby McFerrin--J.S. Bach meets Jimi Hendrix: Grammy-nominated vocal acrobats (and certifiable nutjobs), that’s THE BOBS. 

Artist sites and sounds: http://bobs.com

Jim “Kimo” West Holiday Slack Key Show

with special guest Ken Emerson and enchanting Hula Dancers




Jim “Kimo” West is longtime guitar great for “Weird Al” Yankovic and an award winning Hawaiian Slack Key Guitarist 

Wed. Dec. 17 at 7:30pm
$15 adv./$15 door  seated <21 w/parent

Jim “Kimo” West: Award-winning slack key guitarist, Jim “Kimo” West brings his Hawaiian Holiday Show to the Santa Cruz area for the first time. Best known as long-time guitarist for the world?s most successful musical comedy artist, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Kimo will be performing material from his two Na Hoku-nominated holiday slack key CD?s, “Ki Ho?alu Christmastime” and “Kimo?s Hawaiian Slack Key Christmas”.  

Ken Emerson: Ken plays both Hawaiian Slack Key and lap steel guitar and switches easily between them during his performance. He has developed his unique style through many musical genres. He has played his special blend of Blues/Jazz Hawaiian guitar for 40 years.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.jimkimowest.com and  www.slackkeyshow.com/musician/ken-emerson/









Fri. Dec. 19 at 8pm
$10 adv./$10 door 
dance ages 21 +

Moonalice is a psychedelic, roots-rock band of seasoned musicians. The band mixes a variety of genres and its shows feature extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration. The audience is part of the experience and the music inspires dance as well as other forms of self expression. Every show features an original art poster, created by a well-known artist, and with its own unique Moonalice "legend". A copy of the poster is given free to all attendees.

All Moonalice concerts are broadcast live in HD and available in an online archive shortly after their set. Moonalice plays mostly original material mixed with some covers, and during their extended freeform jams the band moves as one, drawing from many musical genres honed from years of experience playing with various major acts.

 Band members: Barry Sless - lead guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nelson Band, Kingfish, Cowboy Jazz), Pete Sears - keyboards, bass, guitar, vocals (Sam Gopal Dream, Rod Stewart, original Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, Phil Lesh & Friends, John Lee Hooker), Roger McNamee - rhythm and lead guitar, vocals, bass (Guff, The Engineers, Random Axes, Flying Other Brothers) , and John Molo - drums, vocals (Bruce Hornsby & The Range, John Fogerty, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Other Ones). The band manager is Big Steve Parish - Road Scholar, Medicine Man, Story Teller, Grateful Dead family member, and co-founder of Jerry Garcia Band. 

Artist sites and sounds: http://www.moonalice.com

House of Floyd The Pink Floyd Concert Experience


New Full Production Concert Extravaganza Every Time: a House of Floyd concert incorporates sound effects, screen projection, moving lights & state of the art laser show

Sat. Dec. 20 at 8pm
  $17 adv./$20 door  
seated <21 w/parent

The S.F. Bay Area’s HOUSE OF FLOYD performs the music of Pink Floyd, and has gained a strong following for their unique ability to enthuse both the hard-core fans of the early adventurous Floyd and those who enjoy the songs and soundscapes that later brought them widespread appeal. They capture the essence of each of the various Pink Floyd eras from the formative Syd Barrett days, through the 70’s and the final post-Waters era.    House of Floyd is a 7-piece band that includes 2 bookend multi-instrumentalists that double on saxophone, keyboards and guitar, and 2 excellent female background vocalists. House of Floyd has been performing in concert venues for over 10 years in the U.S. and abroad including a recent month long tour of India. In the Pink Floyd tradition, a HOUSE OF FLOYD concert incorporates sound effects, screen projection, moving lights & state of the art laser show.  The set lists on any given night might be from an actual Pink Floyd concert, or a custom HOUSE OF FLOYD mix. 

Artist sites and sounds:   www.houseoffloyd.com







 14 Piece Tribute to Michael Jackson

Pre Pre Preeeee New Years Eve Bash

Sat. Dec. 27 at 8pm
$15 adv./$15 door
 Dance – ages 21 +

Foreveland is a 14-piece tribute to one of the most amazing entertainers in the world, Mr. Michael Jackson. 
Based in San Francisco, the group was formed in March of 2009 to honor Michael's musical genius and legendary showmanship. With four lead vocalists, four horns and a six-piece rhythm section, the ensemble is best described as a "Remarkable and Rocking Michael Jackson Revue." 

Rather than be limited by a MJ impersonator and pre-recorded backing tracks, the band's unique approach is to celebrate the larger than life performances, imagination and infectious spirit of this legendary artist. The result is a fabulous and thumping 14-piece show band that pays homage to MJ's undeniable talent and timeless dance music.  And as the band likes to say, "Don't Blame It On The Sunshine, Don't Blame It On The Moonlight, Don't Blame It On The Good Times, BLAME IT ON THE BOOGIE!

Artist sites and sounds: www.foreverlandsf.com

New Years Eve Celebration The Sun Kings 









A musically remarkable tribute to the Beatles

Wed. Dec. 31 at 9pm
 $40 adv./ $45 door 
Dance – ages 21 +

Complimentary Champagne At Midnight and Party Favors
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The Sun Kings ask one simple question: What if the Beatles had reunited in concert? For over a decade, the Sun Kings have been thrilling audiences throughout the Golden State with their uncanny channeling of the Beatles' music.

With a repertoire of over 100 songs, the Sun Kings shine with spot-on arrangements and vocal harmonies, delivered with a driving energy that recalls the earliest Beatle shows yet covers the entire history of the band. From clubs and festivals to concerts and live radio performance, the band has won over fan and skeptic alike with their obvious love of the music they play and delight in sharing it. You can expect to hear your favorite Beatles songs performed brilliantly, hits and album cuts as you've come to know and love them.  

Artist sites and sounds: www.thesunkings.com and www.facebook.com/thesunkings 

Locomotive Breath











The songs of Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, The Who, Cream, The Rolling Stones, The Doors

Fri. Jan. 2 at 8pm
$10 adv./$12 door 
Dance – ages 21 +

Locomotive Breath is a classic rock cover band : a tribute to an era 1967-1976 focusing on 7 Iconic bands of that period; Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, The Who, Cream, The Rolling Stones, and The Doors.

Locomotive Breath is led by local bassist Daniel Vee Lewis and joined by lead vocalist Ryder Webb, guitarist Del Smith Penny, guitarist Ted Welty, and drummer Rob Ouse, including special guest saxophonist / Flutist, Terrel Eaton. So bust out your blue jeans and tie-dyes and come rock out with this exciting new classic rock band! 

Artist sites and sounds: http://locomotivebreath.us

Dave Stamey with Annie Lydon 


Cowboy Entertainer 


Thu. Jan 8 at 7:30pm
$17 adv./$20 door 
seated <21 w/parent

Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called him “the Charley Russell of Western Music.”  Western Horseman Magazine  has declared his “Vaquero Song” to be one of the greatest Western songs of all time.  In 2010 True West Magazine  named  him Best Living Western Solo Musician. Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. 

He has been voted three times Entertainer of the Year, three times Male Performer of the Year and twice Songwriter of the Year  by the Western Music Association, and received the Will Rogers Award  from the Academy of Western Artists. He’s delighted audiences in twenty states, and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses. Dave is joined by cowgirl vocalist Annie Lydon. 

Artist sites and sounds: www.davestamey.com

Concert Programmer and Booking Contact:
Tom Miller: email tmm@cruzio.com
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