Music Calendar

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Friday, 5-8pm: June 30

Smokin Keys – Jazz, Blues, Boogie-woogie, New Orleans Piano, Cajun, Zydeco, Italian. These guys burn up the keyboard and guitar strings every time they play. Don’t miss the Smokin Keys!

Saturday, 1-4pm: July 1
Dave Hamilton – David has been playing acoustic folk and Americana music since 1979 mixing his original songs with songs from some of the most well-known song writers of the Folk and Americana genres.

Saturday, 5-8pm: July 1
David Hooper – A singer, songwriter, musician, and author, who resides in the town of Sonoma, California.

Sunday, 1-4pm: July 2
Dave Hamilton – David been playing acoustic folk and Americana music since 1979 mixing his original songs with songs from some of the most well-known song writers of the Folk and Americana genres.

Monday, 7:30-10:30: July 3 
The Hubbub Club with fireworks from Analy High School above. Described as a cross between a New Orleans marching band and a Fellini movie, The Hubbub Club’s music draws on the traditions of brass bands, street bands, and popular music from around the world.

Friday, 5-8pm: July 7
New Skye – Local favorite New Skye Band plays and eclectic blend of Country Rock, Americana, Jazz & Blues with sweet vocal harmonies.

Saturday, 1-4pm: July 8
Michael B. Serious – A local performer who plays a mix of Americana and roots songs, accompanied by acoustic bass and mandolin (Cory Veltman).

Saturday, 5-8pm: July 8
New Skye – Local favorite New Skye Band plays and eclectic blend of Country Rock, Americana, Jazz & Blues with sweet vocal harmonies.

Sunday, 1-4pm: July 9
Smokin Keys – Jazz, Blues, Boogie-woogie, New Orleans Piano, Cajun, Zydeco, Italian

Friday, 5-8pm: July 14
Tucker & Fairel – Tucker & Fairel have been musical partners for over thirty years in Sonoma County. They both currently play in a few local bands, including Medicine Man and Hot Grubb.

Saturday, 1-4pm: July 15
Tucker & Fairel – Tucker & Fairel have been musical partners for over thirty years in Sonoma County. They both currently play in a few local bands, including Medicine Man and Hot Grubb.

Saturday, 5-8pm: July 15
Smokin Keys – Jazz, Blues, Boogie-woogie, New Orleans Piano, Cajun, Zydeco, Italian

Sunday, 1-4pm: July 16
Emily Lois is a local singer’songwriter/acoutic guitarist from Healdsburg. She is a two-time award winner for “Best Song” from the West Coast Songwriters Association, and performs regularly throughout the north bay singing a unique blend of covers and originals.

Friday, 5-8pm: July 21
Emily Lois is a local singer’songwriter/acoutic guitarist from Healdsburg. She is a two-time award winner for “Best Song” from the West Coast Songwriters Association, and performs regularly throughout the north bay singing a unique blend of covers and originals.

Saturday, 1-4pm: July 22
Hilary Marckx – Hilary plays folk/Americana, original Rockabilly, Honky-Tonk, Old-Time Country intermixed with a smattering of just enough cover material to keep it interesting.

Saturday, 5-8pm: July 22
Michael B. Serious – A local performer who plays a mix of Americana and roots songs, accompanied by acoustic bass and mandolin (Cory Veltman).

Sunday, 1-4pm: July 23
Tall Paul Kherer

Friday, 5-8pm: July 28
Hilary Marckx – Hilary plays folk/Americana, original Rockabilly, Honky-Tonk, Old-Time Country intermixed with a smattering of just enough cover material to keep it interesting. She is a two-time award winner for “Best Song” from the West Coast Songwriters Association, and performs regularly throughout the north bay singing a unique blend of covers and originals.

Saturday, 1-4pm: July 29
Coyote Slim – Ian Herrick is “a modern, rambling bluesman,” who in 2013 coined the phrase “California Delta blues” to describe his style of music

Saturday, 5-8pm: July 29
Sticky Notes – The Sticky Notes are Steve Johnson, acoustic guitar and vocals and Frank Blount, acoustic bass guitar and vocals. Their music is an eclectic mix that they call “Blues, Americana, and Beyond”.

Sunday, 1-4pm: July 30
Michael B. Serious – A local performer who plays a mix of Americana and roots songs, accompanied by acoustic bass and mandolin (Cory Veltman).