Mike Greensill – Evening Jazz

Jun 21, 2018 - Jul 26, 2018

[No Cover] Join us for an evening of music history, storytelling, and friendship with nationally acclaimed pianist Mike Greensill, who brings his brand of up close and personal performances to the Silo’s stage. Immerse yourself in The Great American Songbook, with classic tunes ranging from Gershwin to Fitzgerald and everything in between, and walk away with a swing in your step and a clearer insight into the history of American songwriting.


LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: Julius Melendez w/Conjunto Seis de Montuno

Jun 21, 2018 - Jul 19, 2018

[General Admission: $10-15] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best, with 5 time grammy winner Julius Melendez & Conjunto Seis de Montuno. Born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents, Julius Meléndez attended the prestigious Escuela Libre de Musica in Puerto Rico. He went on to join the U.S. Navy, attending the Navy School of Music. After completing his military service, Julius had the opportunity to perform all over the world with a virtual galaxy of musical stars, including Santana. In 2005 he released his two-CD album “Passion & Romance.” During his time with Santana, Julius was featured on the multiple-Grammy Award-winning CD “Supernatural,” which led to a world tour, along with performing Song of the Year, “Smooth,” with Rob Thomas and Carlos Santana, live at the Grammys. Julius was also featured on Santana’s Grammy Winning CD “Shaman,” performing the song “Game of Love” with Michelle Branch. His work on both of those albums led to the first of multiple Grammy awards.


Top Shelf feat. Ms. Wanda Diamond - Motown & Classic Soul Revue - Two Shows!

Jun 22, 2018 - Jun 22, 2018

[Reserved seating: $25-30] Grabbing audiences with a positive energy that captivates and entertains, Top Shelf is known for their unparalleled passion and enthusiasm for entertaining! Delivering their own diversified and dynamic musical mélange of Motown, Classic Soul, R&B, old school ‘70s, Retro ‘80s and ‘90s, as well as the top hits of today, they’ve been dazzling the Bay Area music scene for years.

On July 22, Top Shelf will feature Ms. Wanda Diamond, taking audiences on an elegant and exciting journey covering Gladys, Aretha, Natalie, Whitney and more!

Melodic, a cappella harmonies! Soul-stirring vocals! Sophisticated style, and engaging personalities! Top Shelf’s performance will take audiences on a Classic Soul, Motown, Pop and Funk voyage, paying tribute to icons from each genre. Delivering a black-tie, chill-setting atmosphere or an interactive up-tempo old school dance party: a one-of-a-kind Top Shelf experience!


Martha Davis & The Motels - TWO SHOWS!

Jun 23, 2018 - Jun 23, 2018

[Reserved seating: $45-55] The first 50 tickets purchased for the 7:00pm show may include a MEET & GREET with the members of Martha Davis & The Motels! Martha Davis & The Motels: For Martha Davis, the most important thing has always been the songs she writes. Born and raised in Berkeley, California, she moved to Los Angeles in the early ‘70s, along with the first incarnation of The Motels. The band reformed in 1978 and was immediately signed to Capitol Records in 1979. The Motels’ self-titled debut was greeted with positive critical reviews in 1979 and exploded in Australia on the strength of the #2 Pop single, “Total Control”. In 1981 their sophomore effort, “Careful,” went Top 50. Then, in 1982, the Motels released All Four One; the smash single “Only The Lonely” rocketed into the Top 10, immediately propelled the album to gold status and truly broke The Motels in the United States. The group dominated the music scene and was voted Best Performance for “Only The Lonely” at the 1982 American Music Awards. 1983’s Little Robbers album went gold on the Top 10 single “Suddenly Last Summer” and the second Top 40 hit “Remember The Nights.” In 1985, the Shock album yielded the Top 20 hit, “Shame,” and 1987 saw the release of Martha’s first solo effort, Policy. Beginning in 2012, Martha began touring with the current and strongest incarnation yet of The Motels. Dates included a landmark performance at the legendary Hollywood Bowl, where she and the band shared the bill with The Go-Go’s. Martha Davis (lead vocals, guitar), Marty Jourard (sax, piano), Nicholas Johns (keys), Brady Wills (bass), Clint Walsh (lead guitar), Eric Gardner (drums)


Phillip G. Smith &The Gentlemen of Jazz

Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 8:00 PM

With a repertoire of swing jazz, Latin jazz, big band jazz, New Orleans jazz, blues and classics from the Great American Songbook, Phillip G. Smith and The Gentlemen of Jazz entertains audiences of all ages!



Jun 29, 2018 - Jun 30, 2018

[Reserved seating: $59-80] The first 50 tickets purchased for 7:00pm show each night can include MEET & GREET with the members of FIREFALL!

The genealogy and musical roots of FIREFALL run deep into the fertile soil of American rock and folk rock music. It began with Woodie Guthrie and later, Bob Dylan, evolving into the Byrds and the Buffalo Springfield. The genre established by these luminaries continued with Crosby, Stills and Nash, Manassas, The Band, Neil Young, The Eagles, Poco, Loggins and Messina, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Gram Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris, Dan Fogelberg, America and FIREFALL. Many of these participants mingled in the studio and on tour. Individually and collectively they created a sound that changed the world’s musical landscape.

FIREFALL is one of the few surviving bands of this genre, remaining true to its founding vision and roots despite personnel changes over its 40+ year history. The band transcends and embraces many industrial labels- rock, soft rock, country rock, contemporary country, easy listening and Americana.

“I think it’s great that in this day and age of trends that change overnight, a kind of music we helped create 40+ years ago is still around and growing in popularity” -Jock Bartley--

For co-founder Jock Bartley, FIREFALL has not only represented an opportunity to make quality music over the course of 4 decades, but also represents a personal, heartfelt commitment to maintaining the tradition of a contemporary musical genre he and his peers helped create. From 1976 through the early 1980’s, the Boulder, Colorado-based rock band, FIREFALL; Rick Roberts, Jock Bartley, Mark Andes, Michael Clarke, Larry Burnett and David Muse, saturated the nation’s radio air waves and toured the world over, selling millions of records and earning two platinum and three gold albums.

They shared stages with other top bands of the day – Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, The Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Marshall Tucker Band, Chicago, The Beach Boys, Loggins and Messina, America, Bob Seger, Heart and many others. The band dazzled audiences with their exuberant and rocking performances – this was no ‘light rock’ band. FIREFALL is a group of exceptional musicians and singers, with a repertoire of recognizable songs few bands can match. Their many hits – “You Are The Woman,” “Just Remember I Love You,” “Strange Way,” “Cinderella,” “Mexico,” “Livin’ Ain’t Livin’,” “So Long,” “Goodbye I Love You,” “Sweet and Sour” and others – are faithfully recreated with a freshness rare in live performances of such classics.

In the 1990’s, Rhino Records began releasing their original albums on CD, including the compilation, FIREFALL’s GREATEST HITS. These classic albums reveal a successful sound that many bands strive for. With the combined ingredients of band members: Rick, Jock, Mark, David, Larry and Michael a fresh new sound was born. With contributing guest appearances by such greats as Stephen Stills, Richie Furay, David Sanborn, Bill Payne (Little Feat) and Timothy B. Schmidt (Eagles), these recordings set a new bar. With lead guitarist, singer/songwriter, Jock Bartley as the common thread and FIREFALL’s 1994 CD release, “MESSENGER,” the band continues to expand upon their distinctive sound. It is filled with passionate lyrical incisiveness, with great melodic range and diversity. “When The River Rises” was written for and dedicated to the 1993 Midwest Flood Victims, with a portion of the proceeds from this song going to disaster relief. Jock Bartley’s uplifting song of 1998, “Call On Me,” became an anthem of sorts for Suicide Prevention. As a spokesman for the cause and the first ever national crisis hotline network, 1 (800) SUICIDE, he helped to put on three fund raising benefits around the country featuring such musical luminaries as Michael McDonald, Wynonna Judd, Journey, Steve Winwood, David Pack of Ambrosia and Rusty Young of Poco. “Call On Me” is included on Jock’s first ever solo CD, “BLINDSIDE,” released in late 2006.

Throughout the years, FIREFALL has nurtured their faithful and growing audience through their dynamic live concert performances, which have continually brought in new generations of fans. The “experience” of FIREFALL’s live concerts leaves their fans, old and new, thinking that they’ve just attended one of the best concerts they’ve ever seen. With the wealth of old and new songs, FIREFALL demonstrates the depth and diversity of the band’s lyrical and musical excellence. Their tight harmonies and intricate vocal arrangements are a fresh reminder of what melodic music is all about. The excellence of musicianship is intensely felt and appreciated by audiences. The response to the solos and many extended “jams” in concert, is an overwhelming infectious helping of fun and spontaneity in the highest degree.

FIREFALL was one of the first bands to bring the creative and musical richness of the Rocky Mountain area to the forefront of the industry. The resurgence of this diverse musical hotbed has since given way to the likes of Big Head Todd and the Monsters, The Samples and The String Cheese Incident. And so, the band has come full circle. In 40 + years of making exceptional music, FIREFALL has distinguished themselves as one of the top bands from the genre of music called Americana. They helped spearhead the birth and continuation of the country rock / folk rock sound of the 70’s. FIREFALL is as vital as ever, standing out as one of the few remaining torchbearers for harmony laden rock; a welcome blast from the past focused firmly on the future.

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FIREFALL DISCOGRAPHY FIREFALL ( 1976 Atlantic Records / on CD, 1993 Rhino Records) LUNA SEA ( 1977 Atlantic Records / on CD, 1995 Rhino Records w/ 4 previously unreleased bonus selections) ELAN ( 1978 Atlantic Records / on CD, 1995 Rhino Records w/ 3 previously unreleased bonus selections) UNDERTOW ( 1979 Atlantic Records / on CD, 1995 Rhino Records w/ 3 previously unreleased bonus selections) CLOUDS ACROSS THE SUN (1980 Atlantic Records) THE BEST OF FIREFALL ( 1981 Atlantic Records) BREAK OF DAWN ( 1983 Atlantic Records) MIRROR OF THE WORLD ( 1984 Atlantic Records) FIREFALL’s GREATEST HITS ( 1992 Rhino Records on CD) FIREFALLYOU ARE THE WOMAN ( 1993 Rhino Records on CD) MESSENGER ( 1994 Redstone Records, re-released 2000 on TKO Magnum Records) FIREFALLYOU ARE THE WOMAN and other Hits (1997 Flashback/Rhino Records on CD) THE ESSENTIALS: FIREFALL (2002 )


Fireworks Viewing Party with The Rhythm Method 4!

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - 6:00 PM

[General Admission: $40-45] The Silo’s River Bend Plaza brings the best view to Napa’s 2018 fireworks show! No fighting for a seat, great food & drink, and free parking. The Rhythm Method 4 performs all your favorite hits, live, outside on the patio! Music starts at 6:00pm.

The Rhythm Method 4: Three intrepid lead vocalists equip TRM4 to cover a stunning range of hits. From Queen to Etta James, Steely Dan to Michael Jackson, Fleetwood Mac to The Police, The Beatles to Toto this band plays it all….very well!


Erick Baker - Singer/Songwriter from Nashville!

Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $15-20] I didn’t grow up singing or playing music. I’ve never had voice lessons, and it wasn’t until after college that I started teaching myself how to play guitar. So, if you’d told me then that I’d end up making a living as a singer-songwriter, I wouldn’t have believed you. Even now, after the release of my fourth studio album, Dear Amanda, I can barely believe it.

I hadn’t seriously considered pursuing a career in music until May 9, 2007, when I walked off stage after opening for John Legend. One set, six songs in just thirty minutes, changed my life forever. Since then, I’ve been lucky enough to play with artists like Heart, Brandi Carlile, Gavin DeGraw, James Blunt, Grace Potter, Goo Goo Dolls, as well as tour Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, performing for our men and women in uniform stationed overseas.

Music has been one of the greatest blessings in my life. Without music, I may have never met the two greatest loves of my life, my wife, Mandy, and my daughter, Annabelle Rose Baker. My songs belong to every right turn and wrong turn that has led me here, and not a day goes by that I don’t give thanks for that old wood box with six strings.

Along with my career in music, I’m also an Emmy Award Winning host of the PBS outdoor television show Tennessee Valley Uncharted. I’m proud to say I’ve lived in the Tennessee Valley my entire life. However, touring the world for the last decade as a singer-songwriter, I’ve only seen it passing by through a windshield. As the host of Tennessee Valley Uncharted, I’m getting the opportunity to rediscover how great my home region is, one outdoor adventure at a time.


FRIDAY! LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: Latin Rhythm Boys

Friday, July 6, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[General Admission: 415-20] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best, with the fantastic Latin Rhythm Boys! Live salsa music is once again taking the San Francisco Bay Area by storm. Every week more and more nightclubs and venues are adding live salsa nights to their calendars. And given the origins and influences of this musical genre, enjoyed all over the world, it is no wonder that as the live music scene in the San Francisco Bay Area (and beyond) rebounds, dancing to live Salsa takes center stage (once again). After all, some historians have described “salsa” as a word with “vivid associations,” fusing swing, soul music, jazz, (Puerto Rican) bomba y plena, and the Cuban “son.”

It is this fusion of international musical (and cultural) influences which makes salsa so appealing to so many people. And speaking of cultural influences, there is one orchestra charting a new course in the San Francisco Bay Area Salsa scene: Latin Rhythm Boys! In 1963 Jr. Henry Miranda’s plan came to fruition. A lifelong Cuatrista, he brought his amazing music from Hawaii to California where he formed the group “Jr. Miranda and His Latin Rhythm Boys”. He inspired and mentored many, leaving behind a musical legacy for his sons Earl R. Miranda and Henry Miranda Jr.

Latin Rhythm Boys–The modern-day brainchild of brothers, Earl and Henry Miranda Jr.–has evolved into a powerhouse of high energy Puerto Rican Music that includes Salsa as well as their specialty Jibaro sound. Reminiscent of the FANIA All Stars, these bad boys of Latin Music are hitting the world by storm.

To date this phenomenal specialty band combines expertise sounds acquired throughout the Bay Area, Puerto Rico and New York City. Latin Rhythm Boys continue to captivate their fans and audiences with their unique musical style and stage presence. With two successful CD launches under their belt, “Musica De Mis Padres” in 2005, and “Year of The Cuatro” in 2013, they’re about to release their third CD project, featuring multiple award-winning invited guest artists such as Grammy Award winner (the late) Johnny Polanco on Trombone and Tres Guitar, Artie Webb on flute, vocals by 8-time Grammy nominee & 3-times Grammy winner Willy Torres, as well as other Latin music luminaries like Chino Nuñez, and Jimmy Bosch, among others.

BIG Birthday Bash for Cancers, including Don Bassey & Friends

Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $20-25] Join us for a special (BIG!) gathering of some of the best musicians in Northern California! Birthday Bash for Cancers, including Ringo’s 78th Birthday – Peace and Love! Many shows/bands in one night: • acoustic opening set • Singer/songwriter Jerry Hannan acoustic/electric set • Jerry Hannan electric set with drums, bass, keys, slide • Don Bassey & Friends with Sean Allen, Eamonn Flynn, Jerry Hannan • Blues Master Chris Cain • BIG acoustic/electric finish with The TownHouse Ramblers (Erin Bakke, Pamela Walker Agnew, Cole Panther, Eric Wood, Pato Milo, Rich Adams, Inge Hinrichs, and all the night’s performers)!

Don Bassey puts together a band of top touring and session players that covers a wide range of music from Roots Rock, Americana and Blues, to R&B, Funk, and Jazz. Don is a veteran Bay Area bassist, vocalist, and producer. His resume’ includes projects with Danny Click, Volker Strifler, Kevin Russell, Jenny Kerr, Bobby Walker, Liz Kennedy, and Jessie Turner. He’s a voting member of NARAS and has performed on two Grammy-nominated records. Currently, he performs regularly with Danny Click and the Hell Yeahs!, as well as his duo with Erin Bakke. Don is also music director and bassist with legendary Silver Bullet Band sax man Alto Reed. Alto’s Legacy Band includes Bay Area stalwarts Leah Tysse, Garth Webber, Jeff Tamelier, Ernest “Boom” Carter, and Eamonn Flynn for Alto’s West Coast appearances.


Journey Revisited – Tribute to the Music of Journey – Two Shows!

Jul 13, 2018 - Jul 13, 2018

[Reserved seating: $20-25] Journey Revisited is a group of professional musicians who are inspired by the music of Journey and dedicated to bringing the studio recordings of Journey to life on stage. While there are many Journey tributes out there, what sets Journey Revisited apart is their drive to recreate Journey’s iconic studio recordings, and give the fans an opportunity to re-live those musical masterpieces. Established in 2011, Journey Revisited is an evolution of top tier professionals with the drive to deliver a faithful musical experience.



Jul 14, 2018 - Jul 14, 2018

[Reserved seating: $75-95] The first 50 tickets purchased for 7:00pm show may include a MEET & GREET with the members of Poco! For more than 50 years, their distinctive harmonies and stellar musicianship helped define the sound of country-rock. Still led by the band co-founder and multi-instrumentalist who wrote and sang their biggest hits, they are a dedicated unit of four formidable songwriters, vocalists, arrangers and players. And rather than rest on any of these considerable laurels, they instead hit stages coast-to-coast armed with the kind of classic songs and instrumental chops that puts performers half their age to shame.

In other words, Poco today is a band reborn.

“Poco has a history unmatched by any band,” says co-founder Rusty Young. “We’ve always been formed by individually unique artists. It’s fate that the four of us came together, and it’s a process of evolution that we’ve become a better and better band.” Poco is Young (steel and acoustic guitars, dobro, mandolin, banjo, vocals), Jack Sundrud (bass, vocals), Michael Webb (keyboards, mandolin, accordion, guitars, vocals) and Rick Lonow (drums, vocals). “We’re so in tune with each other musically and personally,” Young says, “that I consider us to be one of the very best bands that Poco has ever had.”

The quick history: Rising from the ashes of Buffalo Springfield, Poco was founded in 1967 by Rusty Young, Richie Furay, George Grantham and Jim Messina. Over the next five decades, alongside band mates that would also include Paul Cotton, Randy Meisner and Timothy B. Schmit, Rusty became not only the musical core of the band, but also the writer and vocalist behind hits including ‘Rose Of Cimarron’ and the #1 smash “Crazy Love’. “I made a promise to myself that Poco would only keep going if we remained a band of real musicians who were having fun,” Rusty says. “Because audiences can tell the difference.”

“We all feel like we’ve landed on a combination of people and a situation that gives us a lot of satisfaction,” agrees longtime bassist Sundrud, whose pre-Poco stints included bass/vocals for Dickey Betts, Nicolette Larson, Vince Gill and Bobby Whitlock, songwriter for Kenny Rogers, Ty Herndon and The Judds, and co- founder of the celebrated progressive country band Great Plains. ““Poco has always blazed a trail musically,” he says. “The band was on the forefront of getting country and rock to work together organically. I’m proud to be part of Poco, and today we’re all focused on keeping Poco vibrant and new.”

“At the end of the day, bands survive and flourish on their chemistry,” says Lonow, who was a former member of The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Jamie Hartford Band, The Bellamy Brothers and Burrito Deluxe, played on Grammy nominated/winning albums by June Carter Cash, Billy Joe Shaver and Loretta Lynn, and was co- writer of Poco’s 1989 smash ‘Call It Love’. “Rusty is still the voice that everyone recognizes from the hits and he can still play his ass off. Jack has been in the band since 1985 and his vocals and bass playing are key to the Poco sound. Michael brings a musicianship that has redefined the band’s energy. When we want, we can turn any song into a really amazing country-rock odyssey.”

“All of us had individually been a part of some very musically adventurous scenes, whether it was country, rock or bluegrass,” explains Michael Webb. “And Poco pretty much created a lot of the templates that influenced what we were all doing.” Kentucky native Webb had begun his career working with The Wooten Brothers before moving to Nashville in the late ‘80s and joining cult country-rockers Mark Germino & The Sluggers and The Brooklyn Cowboys, as well as playing on and/or producing albums by Chris Stapleton, Allison Moorer, Dan Baird and Stacey Earle. “Poco was exactly what I was looking to do and didn’t even know it,” Webb says. “At the time I got the call, I was on tour with John Fogerty who’s known for playing his songs exactly as people remember them. Poco puts the songs first, but are also committed to being sonically creative. Rusty and I started pushing each other in solos and improvisation almost instantly.”

For the band’s legion of longtime fans – known as ‘Poconuts’ – as well as new converts, it’s Poco’s live performances where their newfound attitude and energy truly goes next level. “We challenge each other every time we’re onstage,” says Rusty, “which means that no two shows are ever alike. Between Michael and I, we play 10 different instruments and are able to open up some musically adventurous journeys.” Webb is proud that audiences have enthusiastically embraced the band’s new approach. “We still play all the hits that fans love – and we love playing them – but our emphasis is no longer on duplicating the catalog,” he says. “Rusty is a great writer and singer, but he’s first and foremost a really imaginative musician. And his musicianship is becoming a focus again.” Alongside hits like ‘Crazy Love’, ‘A Good Feelin’ To Know’, ‘Rose Of Cimarron’, ‘Call It Love’, ‘Heart Of The Night’ and ‘Keep On Tryin’’, songs from the acclaimed 2013 album All Fired Up are now concert favorites. Best of all, the band’s incendiary instrumental jams have become an organic throwback to Poco’s legendary ‘70s performances. ”There are a lot of people seeing the band for the first time, or for the first time in 10 years,” says Sundrud. “And they tell us that Poco is just a great rock & roll experience.”

Yet another bonus of the band’s rebirth is the growing recognition of Poco as godfathers of the roots movement. “Poco, at its core, is an early example of what could be described as Americana” No Depression said in 2014; “a roots rock band that melded genres in the process of creating something new and exciting.” Rusty – arguably the most influential steel player in rock & roll history – was inducted into Guitar Player Magazine’s ‘Gallery Of Greats’ in 2012, and Michael, Jack and Rick are in-demand session players for artists that include Sturgill Simpson, Chris Knight, Ryan Bingham, Jamey Johnson and Zac Brown Band. “Artists like Buffalo Springfield, Gram Parsons, The Band and Poco wrote the blueprints for the Americana movement,” Lonow says. “They were a bunch of longhaired hippie rockers who couldn’t deny their love of steel guitar and harmonies. Americana began as folk and country-rock, and Americana fans tend to also be Poco fans.”

“We don’t feel like a 50-year old band,” Rusty Young says with pride. “Poco has never slowed down or stopped making new music. Everyone loves the challenge of being in Poco, and we’re all working hard at moving the band towards new audiences. We love playing for people who haven’t heard Poco in a while – or are maybe hearing them for the first time – and having them discover who Poco is today.”

For Poco, this is more than just a time of rebirth. On record and onstage, it’s the sound of a legendary band once again hitting its stride.


Sundays on the Plaza! Jim Anderson & The Rebels - Tribute to Elvis Presley

Sunday, July 15, 2018 - 2:00 PM

[FREE ADMISSION!] Join us for an afternoon of music on the River Bend Performance Plaza, overlooking the Napa River! Food & drinks available for purchase. Jim Anderson & The Rebels perform throughout the West Coast to rave reviews and sell-out crowds. From “HEARTBREAK HOTEL” to “JAILHOUSE ROCK,” these are the songs that keep the legend living on…and Jim Anderson sings them like they’ve never gone away. This hip swiveling, body gyrating, and leg wiggling show with Jim and the boys reminds Elvis fans everywhere why Elvis was, still is, and will always be the KING!

Jim Anderson and his back-up group the Rebels have been bringing an “authentic Elvis experience” to stages everywhere. Performing for sold-out audiences and venues, Anderson has poured his heart and soul out to audiences of thousands. Lifelong Elvis Presley fans have touted that he performs “The Most Authentic Tribute to Elvis Presley and His Music to Date!” A crowd-pleasing show that has been selling out everywhere will take you through Elvis music eras of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. From “Heartbreak Hotel” to “My Way,” this show has it all.

This is not an impersonator act. There are no jumpsuits, black wigs, and fake sideburns. This is simply a tribute to the man and his music.


Kalimba - The Spirit of Earth, Wind & Fire - Two Shows!

Jul 20, 2018 - Jul 20, 2018

[Reserved seating: $22-30] The nationally touring show Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire provides an Earth Wind & Fire experience so satisfying it transports audiences back to the excitement of the first time they heard these unforgettable songs. Lead vocalist, Thomas “Chazz” Smith, created Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire in 2011 with the vision of honoring the beloved Earth Wind & Fire hits he and millions of others listened to while growing up. The 10-piece organization includes a full horn and rhythm section to reproduce the infectious grooves created by EWF’s Verdine White and Ralph Johnson. In February the loss of EWF’s founder and musical genius, Maurice White, left the world mourning, but Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire faithfully honors his work by featuring lush treatments of the soaring vocal harmonies that are the hallmark of Earth Wind & Fire’s music and EWF’s late founder, musical genius, Maurice White. Performances authentically replicate the signature high notes of Maurice White’s sidekick, Philip Bailey.

Playing across the country at some of the nations most prestigious and historic theaters, music festivals, state fairs, corporate events and functions, casino’s, and larger clubs as well as upscale private parties and weddings, Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire includes all of the hits: September, Shining Star, Boogie Wonderland, After the Love Has Gone, Let’s Groove, That’s the Way of the World, Devotion, Reasons, Sing a Song, Can’t Hide Love, Getaway, Fantasy, and Love’s Holiday just to name a few.

Orleans - TWO SHOWS!

Jul 21, 2018 - Jul 21, 2018

[Reserved seating: $75-95] The first 50 tickets purchased for 7:00pm show may include a MEET & GREET with the members of ORLEANS! ORLEANS is best known as the 70s Pop/Rock band that brought you the iconic hits “Still The One”, “Dance With Me” and “Love Takes Time”. Now into its 46th year, Orleans has produced a body of work spanning 16 albums and 4 DVDs. The band continues to be in great demand domestically and internationally for live shows. Co-founders Lance Hoppen and John Hall, along with long-standing members Lane Hoppen, Fly Amero and Charlie Morgan deilver Orleans’ music with power, class and integrity to appreciative audiences everywhere.


Napa Valley Jazz Society Presents: Jay Leonhart Duo

Sunday, July 22, 2018 - 4:00 PM

Sophistocated jazzman, funnyman!

Jay Leonhart is the Fred Astaire of jazz, a craftsman so seamlessly smooth that casual observers often fail to grasp the immensity of his talent.” Don Heckman, LA Times

Jay has been recognized as a very accomplished bass player for a long time and been named “Outstanding Bassist In the Recording Industry” three times. Over the years, he’s been writing and singing his own very individualistic songs about his life as a bass player. He now performs his music worldwide to wildly enthusiastic audiences!

He’s performed with the likes of Judy Garland, Duke Ellington, Thad Jones, Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, Marian McPartland, Kenny Barron, James Taylor, and Luciano Pavoratti. Good company.

He’s One-of-a-Kind… don’t miss this Jazz Icon!!!

Tickets available only from the Napa Valley Jazz Society Members $25 Non Member $45 Call 707 224.JAZZ (5299) or order online at: www.nvjs.org

The Young Fables - from Nashville!

Friday, July 27, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25] The Young Fables (TYF) are a promising country duo comprised of three-time American Idol vet Laurel Wright and accomplished guitarist and vocalist Wesley Lunsford. The act hails from Maryville, TN and has already collected impressive accolades including the Grand Prize at the Texaco Country Showdown which landed Laurel on the Ryman Auditorium stage at age 16.

Fast forward five years to 2017, TYF spent the year engaging and organically expanding their grassroots following while on the road supporting their debut release Two. They’ve appeared with such notable acts as Lauren Alaina, Josh Turner, Sara Evans, Chris Janson, Randy Houser, The Band Perry and Chris Lane. Quickly becoming a breakthrough face on the country scene, outlets like the world-renown “The Boot,” “NASH Country Daily,” the UK’s “Think Country” and TN Vacation all spotlighted this emerging act. Capturing the ears and attention of two of the industry’s most revered names, Keith Urban said they “had me immediately” and Big Machine CEO Scott Borchetta praised “a flawless vocal.”

The fan-favorite “Covering Your Tracks” video series solidified Laurel and Wesley as prolific online performers and a stand out act in Music City. Securing a win at the Nashville finals of the NASH FM nationwide NASH NEXT competition, the radio giant embraced the duo as an America’s Morning Show Ty, Kelly and Chuck favorite, regularly highlighting The Young Fables’ songwriting strength in the Ten Minute Tune segment. Partnering with CMT, the network exclusively premiered their first single “Completely,” a song that would go on to find regular rotation on video programming like The Country Network.

This year, TYF have wrapped recording on their sophomore album titled Old Songs with the Grammy Award winning producer Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay, Brandon Heath & Caedmon’s Call). These ten songs establish The Young Fables’ sonic home in the Country/Americana community as a modern proclaimer and preservationist of classic country’s storytelling roots. Old Songs was released on May 4th on all online formats as well as being available for purchase directly from the The Young Fables website.


Charlie Hunter Trio - Two Shows!

Jul 28, 2018 - Jul 28, 2018
[Reserved seating: $27-35] Two shows: 7:00pm & 9:30pm! With a career spanning 25 years and almost 20 albums, Charlie Hunter consistently ups his game as an innovative writer and bandleader. He has worked with the likes of Norah Jones, Mos Def, John Mayer, D’Angelo and countless others. He is widely considered the authority on the seven and eight string guitar, and continues to stun audiences with his ability to simultaneously bust out tasty bass parts, melodic leads and swinging rhythms.

When Doves Cry - The Prince Tribute Show - Two Shows!

Aug 11, 2018 - Aug 11, 2018

[Reserved seating: $27-30] More than just an impersonation, When Doves Cry, the Prince Tribute Show, is a dynamic and multi-talented 9-piece band that puts the integrity of the music Prince left us above all else.

Formed in late 2015 in Sacramento, California, the band taps into the heart of Prince’s music like no other. We leave it all on the stage, every time we perform as audiences demand of his music.

When Doves Cry – the Prince Tribute Show performs the iconic “Purple Rain” and 1999 Albums in its entirety & in order. Also performing all of his greatest hits as well as many songs other tributes won’t touch. ?

With a songlist of over 80 Prince songs (and growing), we can guarantee there’s something in our show for both the casual and the die hard fans of Prince. ?

We’re proud to bring a live Prince tribute show that will take you through the illustrious career of one of the most prolific songwriters and performers that we will ever know.

If you love Prince’s music, this is a must see show.


FRIDAY! LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: Julius Melendez w/Conjunto Seis de Montuno

Friday, August 17, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[General Admission: $15-20] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best, with 5 time grammy winner Julius Melendez & Conjunto Seis de Montuno.

Born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents, Julius Meléndez attended the prestigious Escuela Libre de Musica in Puerto Rico. He went on to join the U.S. Navy, attending the Navy School of Music. After completing his military service, Julius had the opportunity to perform all over the world with a virtual galaxy of musical stars, including Santana. In 2005 he released his two-CD album “Passion & Romance.” During his time with Santana, Julius was featured on the multiple-Grammy Award-winning CD “Supernatural,” which led to a world tour, along with performing Song of the Year, “Smooth,” with Rob Thomas and Carlos Santana, live at the Grammys. Julius was also featured on Santana’s Grammy Winning CD “Shaman,” performing the song “Game of Love” with Michelle Branch. His work on both of those albums led to the first of multiple Grammy awards.


RHINESTONE: A Salute to the Songs & Career of GLEN CAMPBELL Performed by ANDREW KAHRS

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $20-25] ENCORE PERFORMANCE!

The distinctive voice of Rising Star ANDREW KAHRS is celebrating the legacy of GLEN CAMPBELL – in a salute to the songs of this contemporary music legend with hits including Gentle On My Mind, Galveston, Wichita Lineman, By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Rhinestone Cowboy and many more favorite classics! Contemporary Music Legend – GLEN CAMPBELL: All-in-all, he has tallied 21 Top 40 hits, 6 Top 20 albums, 27 Top 10 singles, 9 No. 1 Country albums, 5 Grammy Awards, 3 Grammy Hall of Fame honors, and 3 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. He is a 15-time CMA Award nominee and 2-time winner. In June 2011, Campbell announced that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease – then went on to embark on a farewell tour. In 2013, he was the subject of the documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me which gave him another career highlight with an Oscar Nomination and another Grammy Award for his song from this film, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You.” Campbell’s final album Adios was released June 2017. Rising Star – ANDREW KAHRS Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Andrew has never strayed from the soulful bends and warm twang of the music that sparked his desire to pick up a Guitar and start writing music at age 15. A cross-country move to San Francisco in 2014 deepened the love and longing for his southern roots and now, at age 27, a seasoned blend of blues, country, and bluegrass can be heard in Andrew’s recorded music and live performances over 200 days of the year. His RHINESTONE show debuted at the Historic El Campanil Theatre in September, 2017 and has received enthusiastic raves throughout its ongoing concert stops ever since. He feels privileged to present the music and memories of Glen Campbell, and to carry on the legacy of this contemporary music legend.


Forejour - Tribute to Foreigner & Journey - TWO SHOWS!

Nov 17, 2018 - Nov 17, 2018

[Reserved seating: $22-29] Advance tickets recommended – this band sells out! Forejour – Tribute to Foreigner & Journey: FOREJOUR pays tribute to the music of 80’s mega bands FOREigner & JOURney, recreating the soundtrack of a generation with stunning accuracy. Forejour’s set list includes the 20th century’s most down-loaded song, “Don’t Stop Believing”, as well as power ballads such as Foreigner’s “I Want To Know What Love Is”, and Journey’s “Faithfully”.

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