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Vocalist Nate Pruitt and guitarist Rick Vandivier are Primary Colors, a jazz and blues duo often featuring other great musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area. Their music, although primarily jazz and blues, also includes elements of swing, soul, pop, spiritual, and Latin styles … even a trademark deep Southern yodel. primarycolorsmusic.com
Pianist Sid Morris as a teenager in the 60’s he began playing piano in a blues band with South Bay blues pioneer Gary Smith. Gary later introduced him to pianist Alberto Gianquinto, a San Francisco native who was a member of the original James Cotton Blues Band. For a short time in the early 70’s, Alberto was his mentor. Currently residing in San Jose, Sid has been performing since 1970 and continues to be an active member of the San Francisco Bay Area music community. Raised in Houston, Texas before his family moved to the South Bay, Sid performed at…
Ren Geisick, Jon Dryden, and New York based Singer/Songwriter, Emily Cavanagh, are coming together for an evening of music and collaboration. In the style of a classic Songwriters Round, these three songwriters will showcase their original music and some songs that have influenced their writing. Ren Geisick will showcase her jazz singer gone country style, Jon Dryden will share his piano skills and some details about his songwriting inspiration, and Emily Cavanagh will Introduce us to her intimate style and heartfelt original music. With special guest, Scott Sorkin, as our featured guitarist for the night $10 in advance, $12 at…
CC Entertainment Presents: A Vulture Wake Punk super-group A Vulture Wake consisting of Chad Price (All/Drag the River), Joe Raposo (Lagwagon/RKL), Sean Sellers (Real McKenzies/Good Riddance) and Brandon D. Landelius (The Mag Seven) TBA 12 Gauge Promise (SJ) Wednesday // 9.19.18 // 8PM // 21+ ? Tickets: ticketf.ly/2Lx0ai5 ?
Rotating Dj's spin the best in Underground including: Drum 'N Bass, Jungle, Trap, Techno and DubStep. Check here for weekly DJ line up: https://www.facebook.com/touchbass408/ @Touch Bass - San Jose
Needle To the Groove Wax Poetics Showcase spin the best in garage, psych, soul, jazz and indie every Wednesday.
Drop by with your friends and family to show off your skills on stage with San Jose's favorite west coast blues band, The Royals! Join us on stage for one of the standards, or comment below if there's a blues tune you'd like us to learn. And while you're here - grab a drink and some cajun food. Free admission, all ages, all instruments and vocals, all skill levels! You bring the instrument or voice, and we'll provide the amplification! But you can play our keyboards or drums (just bring sticks).
Harold Fethe is a jazz and rock guitarist with skill, soul, and versatility. He was a founding member of Indigo Swing, a swing revival band that played top San Francisco venues during their mid-1990s heyday, and also appeared with his acoustic-rock band at the legendary Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, sharing bills with Boz Scaggs, John Lee Hooker, Maria Muldaur and others.
Hip hop and banda - bands and DJ'sEvery Thursday + Aura Kitchen open 5 - 9 p.m. 21+ event
Every Thursday through Saturday, Resident DJ Jaime Gonzales mans the decks infusing the gorgeous space with deep grooves and soulful beats of popular, house music.
A weekly excursion keeping time with the future of Soul, RnB, and Jazz every Thursday. With guest DJ's & live performances brought to you by Universal Grammar
Lost Idea is a three piece Thrash charged skate punk band mixed with a touch of Acid Rock emerging from the foul smelling depths of Reno's underworld. Infecto Skeletons also hail from Reno, NV. Their brand of crossover thrash has shared stages with Suicidal Tendencies, D.R.I., Youth Brigade, Cockney Rejects, Cro-Mags, Madball, Swingin' Utters, Agent Orange, The BLOOD, ZEKE, Poison Idea, SNFU,..Among others.
Jazz, swing, blues and more with rotating talent from the Bay Area, anchored by keyboardist Kevin MCullough and upright bassist Danny Gerz.
http://littlevillagefoundation.com/john-blues-boyd/ John “Blues” Boyd earned his middle name the hard way. John’s music and the man himself are throwbacks to a more difficult, but also a more honest and straightforward era. Cousin to bluesman Eddie Boyd, John was born in Greenwood, MS, in 1945 and began working the delta cotton fields at seven years of age. Until he retired from hot tar roofing in 2007 to care for his ailing wife, blues singing and hard labor were the two constants in his life. When his beloved wife of 49 years Dona Mae, passed in 2014, John naturally turned to the…
Enjoy live jazz, while taking in European villa atmosphere of Teske's Germania's outdoor patio and Traditional German menu.