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Dan Imhoff Releases New Solo Album

Posted by on Aug 20, 2019

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Calling the North Bay home for more than 40 years, singer-songwriter, author and artisanal farmer Dan Imhoff, best known as the frontman of the Americana act Cahoots, made a big move in 2017, splitting his time between Sonoma County and Spain. Imhoff’s latest solo album, Peregrino, reflects that move, not only because it was recorded at Estudios Millennia in Valencia, Spain between May 2018 and February 2019, but it also comes as the creative result of a year living and playing music in Europe, with six original songs and inspired covers of “Working Class Hero,” “After the Gold Rush” and others.

This month, Imhoff is in the North Bay to release Peregrino over the course of three local concerts. The upcoming appearances, featuring Jaume Guerra Meneu and Amadeo Moscardó, takes place August 25, 5 pm, at Medlock Ames in Healdsburg; August 27, 8 pm, at Elephant in the Room in Healdsburg; and August 30, 8 pm, at Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley. That final show finds Imhoff performing with Tim Weed, Bobby Vega and Shea Breaux Wells. Listen to the album’s opening track, “Poor Wayfaring Stranger,” below and click the link for more details on Imhoff’s upcoming shows.

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King Dream Rocks Napa This Weekend

Posted by on Aug 9, 2019
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photo credit: Giant Eye photography

Oakland musician Jeremy Lyon was formerly known for his street folk outfit Tumbleweed Wanderers, but for the past few years, he’s grown out his hair and amped up his guitars for his psychedelic-rock project King Dream.

The fuzzed-out and soulful sound of King Dream is usually reserved for concert halls and dive bars, though this weekend, Lyon is bringing King Dream to the Garden for a special show on Saturday, Aug 10, at St Clair Brown Winery & Brewery in Napa, as part of the venue’s ‘Garden Music Series.’

The free show begins at 8pm, and it is first-come, so get to the garden early to claim your spot, then get ready to rock and roll with King Dream.  For now, check out the band’s official music video for “Money + Power,” off the self-titled debut LP and get more info on the show by clicking here.

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Tom Waits Appears on New Folk Ballad

Posted by on Jul 31, 2019

d7d7c35876b39fa51abac4255edc7dd2It’s been two years since fans heard any new music from Tom Waits, whose been busy acting in films for the Coen Brothers and Jim Jarmusch lately. Now, the longtime North Bay resident has returned to the airwaves as a featured vocalist on guitarist Marc Ribot’s newly released track, “Bella Ciao,” from Ribot’s forthcoming record Songs of Resistance 1948 – 2018, out September 14.

The song is an old Italian folk ballad that is best known as an anthem for Italian resistance fighters during World War II. In a statement, Ribot says, “I played Tom a bunch of the tunes and he immediately bonded with that one. Of course, he brings a certain gravitas to everything he does—my Italian friends say he sounds exactly like an old ‘partigiano’ (resistance fighter)!”

Watch the video below to hear Waits’ take on “Bella Ciao.” (Via Pitchfork)

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Gogol Bordello Headlines Upcoming Lagunitas Beer Circus

Posted by on Jul 26, 2019

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What started as small party back in 2009 has grown into a freaktastic celebration of all things weird, wonderful and circus-like. Held in Petaluma, the Lagunitas Beer Circus is a one-of-a-kind experience that combines cold beer, live music and thrilling circus acts in an evening of revelry where you’ll see things you can’t unsee.

Now, 10 years in, Lagunitas Beer Circus is holding its biggest big-top soiree yet, and they’ve recruited gypsy-punk veterans Gogol Bordello to headline the show. The New York City ensemble has been shaking things up since 1999, and their flair for theatrics makes them the perfect band to play the beer circus. The provocative post-modern group lays down the jams alongside a bevy of performers and beers on Saturday, Sept 14, at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma. Tickets are on sale now. Don’t delay, the beer circus usually sells out in advance.

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Vote Now for the 2019 NorBays Music Awards

Posted by on Jul 15, 2019

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Each year since 2005, the Bohemian has hosted the NorBays Music Awards to recognize the best bands of the North Bay as voted by you our readers. Now, you can vote online for the 2019 NorBays by clicking here.

Categories include Blues/R&B, Country/Americana, DJ, Folk/Acoustic, Hip-Hop, Electronic, Indie, Punk, Jazz, Rock, and Reggae.

With this write-in ballot, you will help choose the winner. Enter your favorite local band, venues, promoters, festivals and more from Sonoma, Napa or Marin Counties in each category. Winners will be announced in the Aug. 7 issue.

Voting ends Friday, July 19 at 12pm. Please enter one name per category. Multiple “stuffed” votes from the same person will be recognized and thrown out.

 

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Modern Hicks Reunite For Sebastopol Benefit Concert

Posted by on Jun 28, 2019

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It’s been fifteen years since Sonoma County folk band Modern Hicks shared a stage together, but this Summer the group is reuniting for a special benefit concert on July 7 in Sebastopol to help the Sebastopol Cultural Community Center generate funds to rebuild damaged areas following the floods from earlier this year.

Beloved for their melding of bluegrass, country and swing, Modern Hicks performed at major events like the Father’s Day Grass Valley Festival, Woodland BG Festival, Kate Wolf Music Festival, Walnut Valley Music Festival and more in their time together; though in 2004, the band split ways.

Now, local audiences will get to delight in the group’s vocal harmonies and acoustic instrumentations once again as Modern Hicks join Under the Radar in concert on Sunday, July 7, at Sebastopol Cultural Community Center Annex, 425 Morris St., Sebastopol. 7pm. $20 and up. Get tickets at seb.org.

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New Outdoor Venue Coming to Downtown Napa

Posted by on Jun 18, 2019

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This Summer, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members The Steve Miller Band and country legend Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives perform in the kick-off concert for a new series of outdoor events at Napa’s newest outdoor venue, the Oxbow RiverStage, located at the Oxbow Commons in the heart of historic downtown Napa.

The festival-style venue, which will hold up to four thousands attendees, opens with the two headlining icons on August 25, and the producers of the forthcoming series, Blue Note Entertainment Group and Another Planet Entertainment, have announced that this inaugural 2019 season will feature both ticketed and free concerts, spanning many genres of music.

More concerts will be announced in July. Tickets for the August 25 concert go on sale Friday, Jun 21 at 10am and can be purchased at OxbowRiverStage.com, Ticketmaster.com and at the Blue Note Napa box office located at 1030 Main Street in downtown Napa.

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Sonoma Harvest Music Festival Expands to Two Weekends This Fall

Posted by on Jun 10, 2019
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Ms Lauryn Hill tops the bill for the upcoming Sonoma Harvest Music Festival.

Last year’s inaugural Sonoma Harvest Music Festival, which took place over one weekend on the grounds of the historic B.R. Cohn Winery in Glen Ellen, was a major success. In fact, it was so successful that the event’s producers, BottleRock Presents, are doubling their efforts for the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival’s second year and offering two full weekends of live music this September 14-15 and 21-22.

Each weekend features a unique lineup of music’s biggest names, with Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals and Ms. Lauryn Hill headlining the first two days, and Chvrches and Death Cab for Cutie headlining the second weekend.

In addition to the music, the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival will again showcase Sonoma County’s world renowned wine and culinary stars, along with celebrated craft brewers. The Harvest Music Festival benefits Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation.

Two-day festival passes for both Sonoma Harvest Music Festival weekends at B.R. Cohn Winery range from $249 to $499 VIP. Weekend passes go on sale starting this Wednesday, June 12 at 10am. Single day festival passes will be available at a later date.

Visit sonomaharvestmusicfestival.com for more details.

David Luning Gets Devilish with “In Hell I Am” Single

Posted by on Jun 7, 2019
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Sonoma County-grown singer-songwriter David Luning has his hands full this summer. In two weeks, he joins the legendary John Hiatt on tour for seven dates of solo acoustic performances, in which he’ll perform his new single “In Hell I Am,” which just received featured placement in the Netflix hit series, Lucifer.

Luning also produced an animated and inventively original Official Lyric Video for “In Hell I Am” as a way to introduce new viewers to the song. In a statement, Luning says, “Because I am insane, I spent over 80 feverish hours drawing and creating hundreds and hundreds of individual frames to make this animated lyric video. I have never done animation like this before, but I wanted to do something completely different for this video, and I’m pretty stoked on how it turned out.”

Before embarking on the tour with Hiatt, Luning and his full band headline a night of music with special guest Jade Jackson, herself a rising Americana star, on Friday, Jun 14, at Mystic Theatre, 23 Petaluma Blvd. N, Petaluma. 8:30pm. $18. 707.775.6048.

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Love and Beer Mingle at ‘Pride Is Love’ Dance Party in Petaluma

Posted by on Jun 7, 2019

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Show your Pride over a pint at the Pride Is Love party on Saturday, June 8 in Petaluma. Dress up and boogie down to live music from Oinga Boinga and DJ Lady Char, and revel in entertaining acts from North Bay Cabaret, who assemble an array of drag queens, drag kings, circus and burlesque performers to accompany the dance party. The event also includes a silent auction with prizes from local artists and shops, and a portion of proceeds benefit Sonoma County Pride. Saturday, Jun 8, at Lagunitas Tap Room, 1280 N McDowell Blvd., Petaluma. 8pm. $20. 707.778.8776.



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