DonGato's Havana Nights show has added the Lemaya Dancers - performing on stage!
FRI 12/13 - Bob Malone's Christmas Show - Bob appears with his band. His "You're a mean one Mr. Grinch" was used in the last Grinch movie.
FRI 10/4 - Wood & Wire - Bluegrass and more - their current album is GRAMMY NOMINATED for best bluegrass album 2019!
COMING FEB 8 2020 - TOM RUSSELL - Americana, folk, western, cowboy - NEW album release! Once again we will be the ONLY Saturday concert in California for this tour! Last time he sold out, tickets available now!
COMING JAN 25 2020 - The Atomic Beatles
The Unauthorized Rolling Stones sends up their version of your favorite Beatles songs!
SUNDAY 10/20 4 pm - The Austin Lounge Lizards - Folk/country/bluegrass and laughable weirdness! America's funniest band!
SAT 10/5 7 pm - Jimbo Mathus featuring Matt Patton (of Drive By Truckers) - new album release - "Incinerator" - Jimbo Mathus has a storied career, among other things founding the Squirrel Nut Zippers - this will be an night of edgy Americana and much more!
LOS PINGUOS - SAT Sep 21 - They're back! Perennial favorite Los Pinguos brings their high energy Latin rock with spunk Argentine style to the stage!
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DonGato Latin Band presents "Havana Nights" with Lemaya Dancers on stage!
Saturday August 24, 7 pm
$18 advance / $21 day of show
DonGato Latin Band is a group of seasoned musicians that loves the perfect combination of great music, great time and entertaining a exciting audience. "Havana Nights" is an evening of Latin jazz, Cuban, salsa, and more! PLUS - the Lemaya Dancers on stage!
DGLB plays Smooth Latin Music blended with Latin Jazz, Cuban Son, Salsa and with a dash of a tropical feel. DGLB song list includes various tunes from the great Buena Vista Social Club songbook. DGLB also incorporates American standards classics in a latin beat format. Songs like, Besame Mucho, Sway, Perhaps, Perhaps. Perhaps, Imagine, Clocks, Hotel California, Ain't No Sunshine, Stand by Me, Feel Like Making Love, and many more. DGLB signature guayaveras (Cuban/Puerto Rican/Island shirts) and Panama hats are always the band's attire. This band has horns, congas, bongos, keyboards, and more - a whole lot going on!Make your newsletter a valuable source of information and advice and you will successfully position yourself as an expert.
DonGato Latin Band @ The Pre Party Hispanic Heritage Festival 2017
Tim Bluhm Band - Coffis Brothers and Mountain Men will open and back Tim - California Soul
Saturday September 7, 7 pm
$24 advance / $28 day of show
Tim Bluhm has earned a reputation as the quintessential California musician. Born and raised in the Golden State, as the singer/guitarist and primary songwriter of rock band The Mother Hips, Bluhm has spent the last two decades performing, writing, collaborating on, and producing music.
Tim is backed at this performance by the Coffis Brothers and the Mountain Men, who will also open the show.
The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men are a rootsy rock n' roll band born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Influenced by those early surroundings, songwriters Jamie and Kellen Coffis' blend of folk, blues, R&B and straight-ahead rock is evidence an upbringing spent listening to all of the right records from Tom Petty, Neil Young, and The Beatles.
Tim Bluhm - Where I Parked My Mind (Official Music Video)
Los Pinguos - Hot Argentine Folk Groove Band
Saturday September 21, 7 pm
$21 advance / $24 day of show
Los Pinguos combine Latin rhythms, performed with Spanish guitars, bass and harmonizing vocals. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, these five guys have been called the "Latin Beatles" by the Los Angeles Times. Join us for a fun, upbeat evening of Latin rhythms, reggae, rumba flamenca and rock!
Los Pinguos' music has appeared on TV shows like The Shield and The L Word, in movies such as Antonio Banderas and Emma Thompson's Imagining Argentina, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and two of their songs were included in Katherine Heigl's movie The Ugly Truth.
The Easy Leaves with opener Trevor McSpadden - Country, the lean Bakersfield sound
Saturday September 28, 7 pm
$17 advance / $21 day of show
Usually a duo, the Easy Leaves appear as a full band for this concert.
When some folks talk of country music - or any genre, for that matter - there's sometimes a tendency to over-generalize. For some, country means the watered-down-power-pop-with-a-touch-of-twang that dominates the airwaves. The Easy Leaves' debut album, American Times, is most definitely country music, but it's colored and enriched by many thoroughly integrated influences. The Leaves' harmonies are resplendent with echoes of the great "brother" acts of country music: The Louvins, Everlys, and Glasers.
The one aspect almost all songs on this collection share is the leanness of that Bakersfield sound, as defined by an engaging, cracking beat; the resolute twang of electric six-strings, the midnight-lonesome whine of a pedal steel guitar, and heartfelt singing with both the singer's heart and beer stains on his sleeve for the world to see. It's that relatively unadorned rawness that cuts across generations and genres. "I love music that has a sense of place: Memphis soul, Texas swing, conjunto, Delta blues," said Carducci. "Each one of those styles conveys a lot about the history of its place of origin. Bakersfield is one of those sounds, one of the signature sounds of California. There is a classic quality in the rhythm and instrumentation that kind of captures that spirit of a crowded honky-tonk [barroom]."
Trevor McSpadden was raised in the Texas Hill Country and seasoned in the clubs of Chicago, and is a genuine honky tonk song and dance man. He spent five years as the lead singer of Chicago's most beloved country band, The Hoyle Brothers, before taking to the road as a solo act. Now working out of Southern California, McSpadden is making the most of his West Coast residency.