Lydia Pense & Cold Blood - Two Shows!

Oct 19, 2018 - Oct 19, 2018

[Reserved seating: $25-30] Two Shows: 7:00pm & 9:30pm

Lydia Pense & Cold Blood debuted when the Fillmore was at its peak as one of the nation’s musical Meccas. Owner Bill Graham was so impressed with Lydia’s voice and the sound of the band that he immediately signed Cold Blood to his new record label. During the span of six original late-60’s, early-70’s albums, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood helped, along with Tower Of Power, forge their own specific brand of funk/soul and R&B which came to be known as East Bay Grease. That music still holds up today, proving that great music is timeless and will continue to inspire generations to come.

Their initial four albums Cold Blood, Sisyphus, First Taste of Sin and Thriller remain their best known work. The band continues to record and perform today.

The word legend certainly applies to Lydia Pense and Cold Blood…and not in some past tense-make-a-living-as-an-oldies-act sort of way either. Pense can still shout like a 60’s soul diva and purr a slow blues tune with spine-tingling subtlety.

Cold Blood, as a whole, features a stellar group of musicians who have been playing together for nearly 20 years including Steve Dunne on guitar, Steve Salinas on keyboards, a gritty-growling horn section comprised of Rich Armstrong and Rob Zuckerman along with a stellar rhythm section featuring Evan Palmerston on bass and Donny Baldwin on drums. The band members are all veteran Bay Area musicians who have played with many great artists including Elvin Bishop, Jefferson Starship, Boz Skaggs, Albert Collins and more.

Of course there is Lydia who still has the chops with the patina of a seasoned veteran who’s done and seen it all. Together she and the band continue to twist together R&B, (both Old School and New School); into something that doesn’t have a label… On any given night, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood power through their historic essentials, like “You Got Me Hummin’,” “I Just Want To Make Love To You,” “I’m A Good Woman,” and “Down to the Bone.”

It’s been a long road, over 40 years to be exact with a break somewhere in the middle. But, Lydia and the band are living proof that a little time off can be a really good thing. With their new CD, “Soul Of The Gypsy” turning heads across the country, fans are remembering just what has been missing from music in the last few decades. The 12 songs exemplify how a performer can take great strides forward, without forgetting her roots. Using “Soul Of The Gypsy” as their muse there is a renewed interest in live performances, from both the band, and venue owners. Cold Blood is booking dozens of shows across the country, entertaining generations of club, theatre and festival goers.

And, of course, anything Lydia sings is sung well. She has a list of famous admirers that includes Bonnie Raitt, Michelle Shocked, David Lee Roth, even Janis Joplin back in the day.


Danny Click & The Hell Yeahs

Saturday, October 20, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] Until a few years ago, Danny Click was one of Austin’s best-kept secrets, a musician’s musician who’d won the respect of some of alt-country’s biggest names but hadn’t yet found widespread recognition. That changed when Click’s latest CD, Life Is A Good Place, was released in April, 2011 and spent more than 12 consecutive months on the Country, pop, and Americana radio charts. The first single, “Wait My Turn”, reached #1 on Nashville’s Indie World Country Chart, and the second single, “I Feel Good Today”, topped out at #14 on the NMW national Country chart along side Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift. In the San Francisco Bay Area, where Click now resides, he’s built a large and passionate fan base that includes musical greats Carlos Santana and Elvin Bishop, both of whom have joined him on stage for impromptu jams. Click and his band The Hell Yeahs, featuring a round-robin roster of top-shelf musicians, have played more than 200 sold-out shows over the past two years, as well as opening for legends Taj Mahal, Cake, Robert Plant, Mavis Staples, Sonny Landreth and JJ Cale. Last summer Click bumped it up another notch, playing large festivals like the new Mount Tam Jam and Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland. What’s causing all the buzz? First, there’s Click’s sound – a refreshing return to smart, sassy blues-inflected country rock. Think Tom Petty crossed with Wilco, spiced with the southern tradition of Lucinda Williams and John Hiatt. Add to that Click’s searing guitar, reminiscent of Stevie Ray and David Lindley, and you’ve got at least part of the picture. Then there are Click’s live shows; an anything-can-happen mix of stellar songwriting alternating with blistering blues-rock. When Click brings it down with the strings-inflected “Blue Skies”, you can hear every breath in the room; when he launches into the infectious “Wait My Turn,” there’s not one person who can stay seated. Lastly, there’s his songwriting. Continuing in the tradition of the Texas greats, Click pens wide open songs deeply rooted in a life well-lived. Growing up in a small farm community outside Indianapolis, Click was the youngest of nine children in a working class family. He was gigging in his older sister’s country and western band before he was out of high school. Click moved to Austin, where his three-piece alt-country outfit, Danny and the Hurricanes, was a local phenomenon. He then spent three years with Americana artist Jimmy LaFave. Life Is A Good Place is the payoff, putting Click squarely in the upper echelon musically and lyrically. From its radio perfect songs to the sparse stories taken from real life, it leaves you filled with hope and a new respect for the human condition. Fast forward to 2013. After four previous records and literally hundreds of gigs on the road, Click’s latest single, Baptize Me Over Elvis Presley’s Grave, went to #9 and stayed in the top 10 for the entire month of October, 2013. The music video is on CMT and is a viral share online. In 2014, Danny became a regular guest at Grateful Dead legend Phil Lesh’s club, Terrapin Crossroads and released a ripping live CD, ‘Danny Click & the Hell Yeahs! ~ Captured LIVE!’ In April 2015, Danny and band finished a brand new studio album with legendary producer Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Rolling Stones, Wilco, Lucinda Williams, etc.) which was released worldwide on Sept. 18, and is still on radio charts and DJ playlists across the country. The title track reached #1 on Indie Country radio in June 2016. Hell Yeah indeed.


Mike Greensill – Sunday Jazz

Sunday, October 21, 2018 - 4:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $10-15] 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.


Road Eleven

Friday, October 26, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] Road Eleven……Holding Fast…..Throwin’ down the originals and creating their own sound drawing on influences of Classic Rock, R & B, Funk & Country. Always fun and upbeat! The band has been rocking Northern California since 1997. Formally C4INC, the band is turning the page with their new name, ROAD ELEVEN. This group of musicians put together their own sound drawing on influences of Classic Rock, R & B, Funk & Country. The band plays original and covers that keep the music rollin . Always big fun at local festivals, Private gigs and the Bay Area club scene. Venues the band has performed include Napa City Nights Summer Concert Series, Silo’s Napa, Downtown Joes, Napa Live, Billco’s Napa, The Rellik Tavern Benicia, Geyser Peak Concert Series, Yountville Concert Series, The Fenix and the list goes on. Line up includes, Chris Chesbrough Guitar/Vocals, Susan Chesbrough Bass/Vocals, Rick Durocher Drums, and Scott Meloney on Keyboards.


N2L - Halloween Bash!

Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $25-30] N2L: “Serious talent. Dreamy vocals and fun range.” Napa Valley’s newest favorite cover & dance band! Three part harmonies, great musicianship, and the perfect repertoire for dancing the night away. Get tickets now – this band sells out!


Janice Maxie Reid - Sunday Jazz w/ guest Jamie Zimmer

Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 4:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $15-20] “Queen Of The Keyboards”, “The Complete Package”, The“Triple Threat” are just a few titles that have been often used to describe Bay Area keyboardist and vocalist, Janice Maxie-Reid, impressively shifting through all genres from classical to spirituals, blues to gospel and funk to jazz.

Special guest: The evocative, alluring, soulful, and innovative Jamie Zimmer, vocalist and winner of Jazz Search West 2017! Jamie is one of the Bay Area’s most sought out composers.

A “one-woman band”, Janice often doubles as a keyboard and left-hand keyboard bass player which makes her a force of nature on any stage! Her soulful, angelic and daringly accurate vocal prowess, distinctive four-octave voice range and engaging stage presence captivate her audiences!

Janice has performed for thousands at both large and small venues either as a solo artist or sharing the stage with musical giants including Sting, Kenny G, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Earl Klugh, Will Downing, George Duke and Narada Michael Walden. Janice’s vast musical gifts and massive repertoire are always on point and leave her audiences wanting for more!

Janice is a bandleader of her own group and is the “first call” musician for other leading Bay Area bands including Stanley Clarke’s Roxboro Records smooth jazz guitartist Lloyd Gregory, drum legend “The Groove Merchant” Larry Vann and Santana’s 11-time Grammy Award winning lead vocalist Tony Lindsay. Her musical influences include Duke Ellington, Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, Rodney Franklin, Nancy Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack and Barbara Streisand.


Delphi Freeman

Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 7:30 PM

[Reserved seating: $10-15] Superb indie pop trio led by 18 year old multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Mister Completely + Tommy Odetto

Friday, November 2, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $20-25]

Mister Completely: smooth 3-part harmonies, two dynamic guitarists and a soulful rhythm section, playing Memphis Soul, Alt Country and Bluesy Rock.

Tommy Odetto picked up the guitar at 13 and was immediately obsessed. His inspiration came from the likes of Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, and many others . A fifth-generation native of Fairfax, CA – an area known for a diverse and rich music scene – teenage Odetto was known for sneaking into clubs to watch his favorite musicians like Danny Uzilevsky,Tom Finch and others play.

At age 15 came a life altering experience when he got the chance to play with Carlos Santana. Since then, Odetto has played with Mike Landau, Gary Novak, Travis Carlton, Michael Carabello, Mark Karan, Robin Sylvester, Otis Scarecroe, Barry Sless, Michael Bluestein, Danny Uzilevsky, Jon Korty and many more.


Pablo Cruise - Two Shows!

Nov 3, 2018 - Nov 3, 2018

[Reserved Seating: $45-79] Hits like “Whatcha Gonna Do”, “Love Will Find A Way,” “Place In The Sun,” “I Go To Rio,” and MORE!


Zachary & Dylan Zmed Of The Everly Brothers Experience - An Unplugged Evening

Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $20-25]

The Zmed Brothers skillfully cover The Everly Brothers with a bit of their own style mixed in, and bring a genuine and youthful new experience to the stage with every performance. The Everlys bridged country and rock with countless classics like “Wake Up Little Susie,” “All I Have To Do Is Dream,” “Bird Dog,” “Cathy’s Clown,” ‘When Will I Be Loved” and “Bye Bye Love” plus they inspired The Beatles, Kinks, Buddy Holly, Simon & Garfunkel and many more legendary sounds. In this unplugged Duo evening, Zach and Dylan bring an intimate version of the Everly Experience that has been bringing them rave reviews, cheering crowds, and standing ovations in concerts and performing arts venues throughout the world. They will also be bringing their takes on other favorites and classics, plus some of their own distinctive compositions.

”...the pair lovingly recreates the genius of Phil and Don without using gimmicks. The end result is somewhat magical.” Keith Valcourt — The Washington Times


BottleRock Presents: Mike Yung

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - 8:00 PM

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Mike Yung is a 56-year-old singer from Brownsville, NY, a neighborhood in the Brooklyn area of New York City. As a teenager, he was discovered and signed as an artist to RCA and CBS and eventually landed at T-Electric, the same label held by Etta James and Luther Vandross. Yung was gearing up to be a household name when the label suddenly went bankrupt and his debut album never came out. After being forced to find a way to make a living to support his family, he took his talent underground and began busking in the subway.

For the past 37 years, Yung’s voice has been reverberating throughout the walls of the NYC subway stations. It has become more difficult with the fact that people carry less cash these days. This has been tough on Mike and his family. Yung continues to enjoy what he does but hopes one day he will get his chance to show the world his talent, move his family out of the projects and finally at 56 years old, get a chance to put out his long forthcoming debut album.


Total Recall 90s

Friday, November 9, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] Total Recall is a Sacramento-based 90’s Alternative cover band that is ready to entertain everyone who has a soft spot in their heart for bands like Weezer, Foo Fighters, Third Eye Blind, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Green Day, Oasis, Blink 182, and many more.


BottleRock Presents: Baskery

Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 8:00 PM

BottleRock Presents…baskery

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ABOUT BASKERY Baskery is sisters Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson of Stockholm, Sweden.

Growing up in a musical family, there were always instruments lying around the house and the sisters wrote their first song together in their early teens, “Fuck Umbrellas and Wellingtons”, a song basically about letting your freak flag fly.

That was many years and a bunch of albums ago, but the message remains.

Baskery was formed in 2007, shortly after their former band, Slaptones, split up due to their dad (drums, vocals and harmonica) handing in his notice. Instead of adding a new member, the sisters decided to continue as a trio, start fresh with a new sound and new songs. The name Baskery is a tribute to their northern roots, the Finnish nickname of a village in the far north of Sweden.

The band successfully tours the world and has quickly become known for their energetic live shows. Wherever they go the audience gets blown away by their unique sound and intense stage presence. Their use of traditional instruments in an unconventional way helps create their very own genres: banjo punk, ADM (acoustic dance music) and killbilly. They don’t like being pigeonholed, if things start to feel predictable they’re likely to move on to something more exciting. Nobody puts Baskery in a corner, themselves included.


The Boombox

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $19-24]

The Boombox is a newly formed band comprised of some of the finest live and studio musicians in San Francisco Bay Area. With a collective resume that is usually prolific and diverse, the band delivers a high energy show of dance and rock classics that span the decades, with a broad appeal and customizable show — adaptable to all kinds of special events. From Motown classics to R&B, funk and soul, to a broad spread of the most recognizable dance and pop hits of the 80s, 90s and today — The Boombox is built to command the dance floor, and keep your guests smiling and dancing all night long.


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”.


Terrie Odabi

Friday, November 23, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] 2017 Blues Music Award Nominee Best Soul Blues Female Artist Best Emerging Artist Album “My Blue Soul”

Terrie Odabi’s 2016 CD Release “My Blue Soul” Ranked One of Living Blues Top 50 Blues Albums for 2016

“Terrie Odabi is easily the most dynamic blues and soul woman to have emerged in the Bay Area since Etta James came out of San Francisco’s Fillmore District in the Fifties. Terrie has a powerful set of pipes, writes terrific tunes, leads a kicking band and has onstage movements that perfectly match the rhythms of her material. Surely stardom awaits her.” -Lee Hildebrand, contributor to the *San Francisco Chronicle, *East Bay News Group and *Living Blues Magazine”

It has been proclaimed that Terrie Odabi is nothing short of West Coast Blues Royalty. It has been written that she is “easily the most dynamic blues and soul woman to have emerged in the Bay Area since Etta James came out of San Francisco’s Fillmore District in the ’50s.” Only a singer with Odabi’s combination of power and finesse could hold her own amid those kinds of comparisons. What sets Odabi apart from so many of her peers are the different shades of hurt, longing, bliss, and depth she brings to the music. The distinguishable character of her voice rings out with a rousing revival of faith and reverence that has a drenching rejuvenation and sacred renascence complexity. Her abundant soul and improvisational prowess has made her a crucial contributor to today's Blues scene. Warmly embraced by Blues fans and peers alike, Terrie Odabi is one of the most respected talents in the Blues genre.


The Unauthorized Rolling Stones + Rudy & The King

Saturday, November 24, 2018 - 8:00 PM

The Unauthorized Rolling Stones perform your favorite Stones hits. Come early for a special opening band Rudy & The King featuring members of The Unauthorized Rolling Stones performing Elvis classics.

The Unauthorized Rolling Stones: Since their beginning in 2001, Rudy Colombini & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones have brought the excitement, energy, and all the hits of a live Rolling Stones show to stages across the country. Colombini’s staggering, Jaggeresque showmanship is hands down the best salute to Mick.

Recognized as the leading Rolling Stones tribute band in the world; quoted again and again from many die hard Rolling Stones fans “The Unauthorized Rolling Stones are better than the real thing”, a favorite among former San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and former Mayor Willie Brown. Fundraiser, auctions and charitable events call upon The Unauthorized Rolling Stones talent and popularity year after year as an addition to their fundraising success. Executives at IMAX and Paramount Pictures call them the #1 Rolling Stones Tribute in the country, IMAX chose The Unauthorized Rolling Stones for their national cross promotion for the 2008 Martin Scorsese film “Shine A Light”

Rudy & The King: Imagine for a moment that Elvis survived and found himself performing his greatest hits in our day! Everything from “That’s Alright Mama” to “Suspicious Minds” and more, with a rockin’ rhythm section as only “THE KING” could do! So sit back, relax, and enjoy, RUDY and THE KING– A SALUTE To Elvis Presley!


Sundays at Silo's - Livestreamed Musical Variety Show

Sunday, November 25, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Free Admission – reservations required] Join us for the debut of our new ongoing Music Variety Series “Sundays at Silo’s”, streaming Live from Napa’s most innovative music and entertainment venue! Hosted by Grammy Award winner Mads Tolling, musical guest Spencer Day, Musical Director Mike Greensill & “The Voice of Silo’s”, Janice Maxie Reid! Produced & Directed by Steven Shore.


Papa Joe & The New Deal

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] Performing everything from James Brown to Santana, Earth Wind & Fire to Bruno Mars! This soulful band from the Bay Area, with vocal harmonies from five singers and a funk driven rhythm section, takes you on a musical journey of R&B with a flavor that puts them in a class of their own!


Caravanserai - Tribute to Santana - Two Shows!

Dec 1, 2018 - Dec 1, 2018

[Reserved Seating: $22-29]

Now in its twenty-first phenomenal year, Caravanserai has established itself as the most widely known Santana Tribute band in the country. This is the group the San Jose Metro declared “The Top Santana Tribute” and the San Francisco Examiner called “The Country’s Pre-eminent Santana Tribute Band.”

Originally a replication of the early days of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Santana, Caravanserai has grown to include material from all eras of Santana’s 47-year history. Painstaking care has been taken in the recreation of early and new music, the rhythms, drive and the atmosphere of sounds that have made Santana a mainstay in rock music for the past five decades!


Napa Valley Jazz Society Presents: Hot Club of Baltimore - Musicians inspired by Django!

Sunday, December 2, 2018 - 4:00 PM

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NVJS welcomes back the dynamic gypsy jazz group!

One evening with Ultrafaux & Hot Club of Baltimore demonstrates why jazz has been so irresistible to listeners all over the world. — Ken Avis, Baltimore Jazz Alliance

These musicians can handle the complexities and breakneck speeds of Roma swing, but what makes Ultrafaux really special is that they play original music. We can come close to the experience of what it must have been like to hear Django Reinhardt play ‘Minor Swing’ for the first time in 1937. — Tom Cole, Pacifica Radio, NPR

Ultrafaux’s original compositions compare favorably to classic Hot Club tunes. They update the tradition and bring the swing into the 21st century. — Paul Hartman, DETOUR, WTMD


Garage Band 101 for Adults

Friday, December 7, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25] Adult students from The Napa School of Music’s Garage Band 101 program perform live! Three bands will perform an entertaining night of classic music – fun for the whole family. Be sure to buy your tickets early as this show will sell out! For more information about Napa School of Music please visit or call 252-4040.


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

Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 9:30 PM

[Reserved seating: $25-30] 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.


Garage Band 101 for Kids

Sunday, December 9, 2018 - 5:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25] Students from The Napa School of Music’s Garage Band 101 program perform live! Be sure to buy your tickets early as this show will sell out! For more information about Napa School of Music please visit or call 252-4040.


Phoenix Rising: Benefit - Napa City Firefighters Charitable Fund

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 6:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $10-15] Get up and dance to classic tunes from the 20th Century. Fleetwood Mac, Cranberries, Rolling Stones and many more along with some great original songs. Awesome 3 part harmonies, thoroughly entertaining!


Island of Black & White

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Island of Black & White: Founded in the foothills of El Dorado… Their music is a sweet, humble yet raw blend of rock, funky reggae, and soulful blues. It is a mixture like no other. The duo, sometimes trio, and quintet, exerts high energy performances while traveling and frequenting local and out of town venues, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, music festivals and various events.


TRIBUTE BAND BLOW OUT! Hot For Teacher & Stung

Dec 15, 2018 - Dec 15, 2018

Use Promo Code TRIBUTE when purchasing BOTH shows, and receive $10 off!
Tribute Band Blowout! Two great bands, one great night!
7:00pm – Stung – Tribute to The Police & Sting
9:30pm – Hot For Teacher – Tribute to Van Halen

Stung – Tribute to The Police & Sting
Formed in 2002, this band has toured the world and been voted the Bay Area’s Best Cover Band. Some say they are single-handedly responsible for the Police reforming and reliving some of their former glory, which until then had been reserved by STUNG.

Hot For Teacher – Tribute to Van Halen
Formed in 1999 to showcase Van Halen’s David Lee Roth hits, HOT FOR TEACHER has been relentlessly performing throughout the United States, thrilling concert-goers and dedicated fans. HFT brings to the stage everything fans of the world’s greatest party band crave; including the biggest and greatest hits from the Van Hagar era as well. Fans can expect both roaring and melodic lead vocals, Eddie Van Halen’s most stunning guitar solos, thundering bass, massive drums, vocal harmonies… and best of all, one helluva good time!

HOT FOR TEACHER features four explosive performers that are not only among the most talented musicians on the West Coast, but are also dedicated scholars of the Van Halen musical legacy.


Garage Band 101 for Adults

Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25] Adult students from The Napa School of Music’s Garage Band 101 program perform live! Three bands will perform an entertaining night of classic music – fun for the whole family. Be sure to buy your tickets early as this show will sell out! For more information about Napa School of Music please visit or call 252-4040.


The Deadlies! Annual Holiday BASH

Friday, December 21, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25]

Napa’s favorite annual holiday party – surf rock style!

The Deadlies bring a bright blast of sound evolving from the California surf scene and roadhouse honkytonks, and swing with free-wheelin’ references of the best of punk & rock – raw, real and FUN! The band features entertaining vocalist and rippin’ guitarist, James Patrick Regan, Napa Valley’s KVYN 99.3 FM “Good Morning, Bob!” radio host Bob St. Laurent grooving the bass! The two and their drummer rebrand the power-trio sound and are loaded for bear with chops and hooks making them the Deadli-est of Surf bands.


The Rhythm Method 4

Saturday, December 22, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $22-27]

Join TRM4 for a special holiday show! 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!


Illeagles - Tribute to The Eagles - Two Shows!

Dec 28, 2018 - Dec 28, 2018

[Reserved Seating: $22-27]

What do people want when they go see a live band? The members of SF Bay Area based tribute band ILLEAGLES believe that everyone in the crowd wants to be engaged and captivated from the first note until the show is done. Over the past year and a half of sold out performances, that is exactly what every crowd has gotten. ILLEAGLES was founded in late 2016 when 6 friends came together who all had 2 things in common: 1) they loved the music of the Eagles, and 2) each member was an amazing musician in their own right. This common vision led to hours and hours of studying, rehearsing, and mastering each of the Eagles classic hits. From rockers Life in the Fast Lane and Heartache Tonight, to swooning ballads Desperado and Best of My Love, ILLEAGLES not only reproduce the soaring guitars, multi-part harmonies and tightness of the original band, but also add their own brand of swagger and energy that keeps fans coming back over and over. It’s commonplace for a majority of the audience to start singing along on the first song, and continuing to sing until the show is over (or they lose their voices).


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

Dec 29, 2018 - Dec 29, 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.



Monday, December 31, 2018 - 9:00 PM

Ring in the new year at with a Napa Valley favorite – a band with a record of multiple sold out shows at Silo’s! Tickets include an appetizer, bubbly at midnight, and a commemorative champagne flute. Dancing shoes not included but definitely needed!


The Levin Brothers

Sunday, January 20, 2019 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $35-40] The Levin Brothers – bassist Tony (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, Stickmen), pianist Pete (Gil Evans, Paul Simon, Jaco Pastorius) along with their long-standing drummer Jeff “Siege” Siegel (Ron Carter, Benny Golson, Lee Shaw) bringing their unique jazz style to the West Coast for their Winter 2019 tour.


Guitarzilla - Monsters of Surf Rock

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] This show WILL Rock! Long time member of the southern California surf music scene, John Wheeler has toured with the Dick Dale as a member of the Del Tones and has shared the stage with other surf greats such as The Ventures, The Safaris and Jan and Dean. John has teamed up with some great local musicians to present surf guitar in the wild and uninhibited way it was originally performed. Embrace the high speed mayhem of the surf!

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