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Garage Band 101 for Adults

Sunday, August 19, 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 www.napaschoolofmusic.com or call 252-4040.

 

The Joy of Pianists Who Sing! Janice Maxie Reid & Mike Greensill

Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 7:30 PM

[Reserved seating: $10-15] Featuring Janice Maxie Reid and Mike Greensill who both play great piano and sing the American Songbook. Featuring the songs of Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Harold Arlen and many more! Special guest appearance by Grammy Award winning violinist Mads Tolling.

 

AgapeSoul

Friday, August 24, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] A modern soul band led by bassist/producer Darryl Anders, delivering a musical experience that is all about love, soul, and undeniably funky grooves, destined to stand the test of time!

 

Caravanserai - Tribute to Santana - Two Shows! featuring Tony Lindsay!

Aug 25, 2018 - Aug 25, 2018

[Reserved Seating: $22-29]

Special guest Santana’s own Tony Lindsay!

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!

 

Sundays on The Plaza - Afternoon Delight Trio featuring Janice Maxie Reid & Tony Lindsay

Sunday, August 26, 2018 - 2:00 PM

Join us for an afternoon of music on the River Bend Performance Plaza, overlooking the Napa River! Drinks available for purchase.
Featuring the world class musicianship of Janice Maxie Reid and Tony Lindsay, lead singer of Santana!

 

LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: Edgardo Cambon y LaTiDo

Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 8:30 PM

[General Admission: $13-18] ¡Vamos a bailar! Band leader, conga drummer and lead singer Edgardo Cambón and his quintet, “LaTiDo” (Spanish for Heartbeat), is ready to delight Napa salseros with their debut appearance at Silo’s Napa!

A pillar in the Bay Area Salsa and Latin Jazz scene, Edgardo’s music is equally inspired by the Cuban traditional Buena Vista Social Club sound as by the ‘70s New York Salsa and the current and more “pop” dance, Marc Anthony style.

Blessed with a powerful tenor voice and a commanding presence on stage, Edgardo and his amazing lineup of young and veteran Bay Area Latin music masters will surely make his August 2nd performance at Silo’s Napa a night to remember!

 

Jackson Michelson + Mark McKay

Friday, August 31, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25]

“Sharing my music with everyone that comes out to see our shows, and with everyone that we’ve been meeting at radio, is what it’s all about for me,” said Michelson. “Seeing how passionate people are about music and what an amazing sense of community it builds is really inspiring. I wake up everyday thankful for the opportunity.”

Over the past year Michelson has played more than 150 shows, opened for Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum and Zac Brown Band and visited radio stations in over 120 cities across the country.

Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, Jackson Michelson kicked off his country career on the West Coast, carving out a sound that blended the rootsy twang of the American South with the sunny, feel-good spirit of the Pacific Coast. By the time he moved to Nashville, he’d already spent years on the road, playing in bands back at home.

It was then that he started writing. It was music shaped by what he listened to and where he came from. But most of the grunt work was done on the road, where connecting with new fans along the way was priority number one. To Michelson those fans were everything. They were his muse, his support system and his champions.

Now, with a record deal under his belt, Michelson is prepping for the next phase of his career. There are new shows to play, new songs to be written and new opportunities to explore. But he’s still the boy from Corvallis, happy to sing — a life he’s built himself, show by show, song by song — to an audience that continues to grow.

 

Haulin' Oats / Stung - Tribute Band Blow Out!

Saturday, September 1, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Tribute Band Blow Out!
Haulin’ Oats – Tribute to Hall & Oates The most successful duo in the history of Pop Music: Daryl Hall and John Oates! Don’t miss your chance to see THE tribute – Haulin Oats!

Stung – Tribute to The Police 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 til then had been reserved by STUNG.

 

Mike Greensill – Evening Jazz

Sep 6, 2018 - Sep 27, 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.

 

Phillip G. Smith & The Gentlemen of Jazz

Thursday, September 6, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $10-15] 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!

 

The Rhythm Method 4

Friday, September 7, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $18-23]

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!

 

Latin Rhythm Boys w/ Special Guest Artie Webb

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[General Admission: $25-30] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best, with the fantastic Latin Rhythm Boys! Special Guest: Artie Webb – Flutist and Latin music legend Artie Webb was born in Philadelphia, PA, and studied at the Philadelphia Musical Academy with John Wummer (former soloist with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra). In 1972, he moved to New York City to play with ‘The Adventures of Soul’ at the Ali Baba Club on 59th St. and First Ave. Shortly after moving to New York, he was hired by Ray Barretto on the spot to become the youngest member of his band. While in New York, he performed and recorded with artist such as Tito Puente, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Pharoah Sanders, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Fania All Stars and Eddie Palmieri.

In 1986, Artie moved to Los Angeles where he has continue his successful career as one of the most sought-after Latin music flutists.

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.

 

Napa Live: Inside Out - Delphi Freeman - on The Plaza!

Sunday, September 9, 2018 - 1:00 PM

[FREE Admission!] On The River Bend Performance Plaza! Drinks available for purchase.

Superb indie pop trio led by 18 year old multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: TBA

Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 8:30 PM

[General Admission: $13-18] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best!

 

Notorious - Two Shows!

Sep 14, 2018 - Sep 14, 2018

[Reserved seating: $20-25] Two shows: 7:00pm & 9:30pm!

Notorious excels at performing current hits, along with 70s, 80s and 90s classics and Motown, disco, R&B, soul and classic rock.

Notorious is renowned California based dance band that is consistently recognized as one of the best groups in the country for weddings (and social events) by Martha Stewart Weddings, Modern Bride, The Knot and many other blogs, websites and wedding professionals (Hey, thank you!). Notorious is packed with glamour, sophistication, style, and fun. Notorious always brings their A-game high energy show to any event (and their many rave reviews on Yelp prove this) and have done so for hundreds of thrilled clients for over 10 years. Notorious’ demand for high end social events has led to them performing as the headline entertainment for the Opening Night Galas for the Symphony, Ballet and Opera as well as The San Francisco Giants World Series Party.

 

The Best Intentions - Motown of the 60s, 70s & 80s

Saturday, September 15, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $25-30] The Best Intentions was founded in 2002 by Rodney James, Jeffery Bashir, and Bilal M. They are one of the most talented Motown shows out touring today. The Best Intentions are an unforgettable experience of the great Motown acts of the 60’s,70’s and 80’s, featuring a dynamic performance of the Temptations, The Four Tops, The Spinners, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles and Gladys Knight & The Pips.

You can’t resist dancing to these fabulous oldies! This group is comprised of six gentlemen with many years combined experience in the music and entertainment industry.

Throughout their careers they have performed with such greats as Patti LaBelle, The Temptations, James Brown, The Natural Four, Zakiah Hooker, Rod Stewart, Stanley Turrentine, and many more. Their careers have taken them to venues all across the U.S. and Canada.

 

Napa Valley Jazz Society Presents: Aaron Lington Quartet - "With Love to Geru"

Sunday, September 16, 2018 - 4:00 PM

To purchase tickets, go to NVJS.ORG A spirited show dedicated to the great Gerry Mulligan! Grammy Award winning baritone saxophonist and composer Aaron Joseph Lington received his BM in music education from the University of Houston, Moores School of Music, and both his MM in jazz studies and DMA in saxophone performance from the University of North Texas. His performing and compositional credits include collaborations with the San Francisco Symphony, the BBC Radio Orchestra, and the Count Basie Orchestra.

One of the most widely respected jazz musicians of our time, Gerry Mulligan occupies a unique place in American music: as a prolific 20th century composer, saxophonist, and conductor, playing a vital role in both modern jazz and contemporary music. Geru was an incredible Swinger!

 

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.

 

Steve Lucky & The Rhumba Bums feat. Miss Carmen Getit

Friday, September 21, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating $20-25]
Called “Instant Crowd Favorites” by the SF Blues Festival and “consummate musicians and entertainers” by New York City’s Lincoln Center, Lucky and Getit really shine before a live audience, bringing an intense energy and sheer personal magnetism to the stage, exercising wit in a continuous battle of the sexes. The band is rounded out with some brilliant musicians including Scott Petersen, Matt Cowan and Doug Rowan on saxophones, Brian Fishler on drums, and Lukas Vesely on bass.

 

Orleans

Saturday, September 22, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: Limited Pre-Sale Price: $45; $50-55; Meet & Greet: $79] 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.

 

LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: VibraSÓN

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 8:30 PM

[General Admission: $13-18] ¡Vamos a bailar! VibraSÓN is the Bay Area’s newest salsa/Latin band playing both classic and contemporary songs that dancers and audiences both crave. The band was formulated by Jake Jacobs, a Bay Area dance teacher and musician for over 20 years, the result of an idea in 2009 to bring a special kind of music to audiences here. The music is not obscure. In fact it is very famous and was popularized many decades ago in the 1960s and 1970s by such great artists as Joe Cuba, Jimmy Sabater and New Swing Sextet, Grupo Latin Vibe when Boogaloo was making its way into the New York Latin scene. Is it cool? Yes, very – with a smaller configuration band featuring the alluring sounds of the vibraphone. Is it hot? Extremely, bringing forth the hot rhythms that make salsa irresistible! This is music for the ages that lives on and on. In fact, the New Swing Sextet had long since disbanded when they came together again from sheer demand to pick up their instruments in the mid 2000s, and now they perform for audiences nationwide. When VibraSÓN was formed, this great salsa music had already been popularized (once again, to a new generation) by DJs everywhere. Salsa dancers can’t resist the hip sound and driving rhythms of the genre. And surprisingly, with so many great bands in the San Francisco area, there was no group bringing the music to audiences. Enter Jake Jacobs, a long time salsa dancer, teacher and musician. His uncle was a famous Xylophonist back the day in Chicago and his father played piano since the age of 6. Jake has studied with some of the great percussionists in the Bay Area (including Louie Romero, Michael Spiro, Karl Perazzo, and Edgardo Cambon) and played with many of the local artists. About 5 years ago, he was yearning to hear the sound of vibes music live and so he brought together an accomplished team of Latin musicians to form the new band. Percussionists include Jake himself, along with Cuban-born Carlos Caro and Miguel Melgoza. Carlos Caro arrived in the Bay Area in 1996 and has played with just about every great artist ever since. He currently is congero for Avance, a hard driving salsa band led by Santana Band percussionist Karl Perazzo, and Caro released a CD in 2010 by his own band Vission Latina. Miguel Melgoza lived in the Bay Area and left for a time, but returned to join the ranks of many of the area bands already, including Borinquen and as a backup player for Perazzo in Avance. Melgoza also has released a CD of his own compositions recently. Marco Diaz has been playing piano (and trumpet) professionally since the age of 17 and has performed with many of the artists in the area, performing also with the great Israel “Cachao” Lopez before his death at a concert in San Francisco. Marco also just released an excellent CD entitled “Life Notes” available on CD Baby. Saúl Sierra-Alonso is on bass, and he studied at the Berklee School of Music. He has played with John Santos, Anthony Blea, and many others, including Marco and Carlos. The important vibes chair is occupied by Charlie Barreda, a pianist and vibraphonist both who studied with the one and only Cal Tjader. Lead vocalist Luis Morales-Guidos cut his teeth singing with salsa band Avance for over 15 years, as well as Montuno Swing and R&B band Pop Fiction. The band has also been joined by maestro Edgardo Cambon, who plays percussion and/or sings lead vocals in some of our shows. Also, Miguel Melgoza returned to Arizona in April 2014, and accomplished and Grammy® award-winning Christian Pepin came on board to sing and play timbale. Both Pepin and Carlos Caro also won a Grammy® recently for their work on the ground-breaking Bay Area-produced CD by Pacific Mambo Orquestra. This amazing group of musicians bring over 135 years of musical experience together to revive the sound of our great music and make VibraSÓN an experience to remember. Dancers and listeners alike will enjoy every moment…

 

The Sun Kings - Beatles Tribute - Two Shows!

Sep 28, 2018 - Sep 28, 2018

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

Audiences and critics alike absolutely love The Sun Kings’ energy and spot on recreation of The Beatles’ music. The Sun Kings are considered one of the premier Beatles tribute acts in the country. Packing theatres and selling out shows along the West Coast and beyond, The Sun Kings continue to amaze their fans and win over skeptics, with their uncanny channeling and respect for the music they perform. With a repertoire of over 150 songs The Sun Kings shine in concert with arrangements and vocal harmonies delivered with the authenticity and vitality that recall the earliest Beatles performances.

In 2018, The Sun Kings will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the White Album by highlighting songs from the album during their concerts, as well as presenting the album in its entirety for a few special theatre shows.

“The Sun Kings are the best Beatles band I’ve ever heard, and that includes the original Beatlemania cast, circa 1977.” ?-Scott Lettieri, KGO Radio San Francisco

“The only band that could come that close to doing Beatles music would be The Beatles!” -Richard Freedman -Vacaville Media News

The Sun Kings are not a traditional Beatles tribute band. Every member of the band is a veteran musician who loves recreating The Beatles’ music exactly as we all remember it. Their performance of is unique among the many theatrical tributes that exist today, foregoing the costumes and caricature but delivering the most energetic, note for note instrumental and vocal performances of The Beatles music you will ever hear.

Experience The Sun Kings in concert and you will hear the concert The Beatles never gave!

 

Carlos Reyes & Friends

Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 7:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $25-30] Carlos Reyes, world renowned violinist & harpist, has performed for six presidents, a pope and the whole Cuban Castro family. He’s shared the stage with Chuck Mangione, Pat Travers, The Doobie Brothers. Steve Miller, Roy Rogers, and Jazz great Arturo Sandoval, among others.

 

Sundays on The Plaza - Afternoon Delight Trio featuring Janice Maxie Reid & Tony Lindsay

Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 2:00 PM

Join us for an afternoon of music on the River Bend Performance Plaza, overlooking the Napa River! Drinks available for purchase.
Featuring the world class musicianship of Janice Maxie Reid and Tony Lindsay, lead singer of Santana!

 

3 GUITARS: ELECTRIC, STEEL, AND NYLON - featuring Florante Aguilar, Teja Gerken, and Nate Lopez

Thursday, October 4, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved seating: $12-17] Acclaimed Bay Area guitarists Florante Aguilar, Teja Gerken, and Nate Lopez area teaming up for an eclectic evening of solo and ensemble playing. Presenting a multi-facetted show—Aguilar is a conservatory-trained classical musician, Gerken a modern fingerstyle master, and Lopez an eight-string jazz and groove specialist—“3 Guitars: Electric, Steel, and Nylon” leaves few pages of the guitar book unturned, and listeners will experience classical masterpieces, jazz standards, pop classics, Celtic melodies, and original compositions, played on electric, steel-string acoustic, and Spanish-style nylon-string guitars.

 

LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: TBA

Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 8:30 PM

[General Admission: $13-18] ¡Vamos a bailar! Join us for a night of LIVE Latin music at its best!

 

Second Street Band

Friday, October 12, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] Americana music with a rocking blues emphasis, and a little bit of country fun. We play original material you’ll love, and unique renditions of obscure covers by Paul Thorn, Elvis, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Lucinda Williams, Heart, Al Green, Lydia Pence, and more….

 

The Cripple Creek Band

Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 8:00 PM

[Reserved Seating: $20-25] The Cripple Creek Band rolls into Silo’s with foot stomping, rockin’ country and excellent vocal harmonies! Lynyrd Skynyrd, Waylon Jennings, Alabama, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Blackberry Smoke, Travis Tritt, Eric Church, Merle Haggard, and more!

 

Napa Live: Inside Out - The Dawdlers - on The Plaza!

Sunday, October 14, 2018 - 1:00 PM

[FREE Admission!] On The River Bend Performance Plaza! Food & drinks available for purchase. On The River Bend Performance Plaza! Food & drinks available for purchase. The Dawdlers are melodic pop specialists, experts in the British Pop genre created during the British Invasion by, in greatest part, The Beatles, and extended and refined by Brits & Commonwealthers of the next generation’s Rock & New Wave periods of the 1970’s & 80’s, by artists & bands like Elton John and Peter Gabriel, and then Squeeze, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, The Police & Sting, Split Enz & Crowded House, Paul Young, XTC, and more recently added to by bands like The Sundays, Coldplay and Keane.

 

Napa Valley Jazz Society Presents: Larry Fuller Trio - Encore for a swinging piano man!

Sunday, October 14, 2018 - 4:00 PM

To purchase tickets, go to NVJS.ORG

The return of Larry Fuller by popular demand!

Larry is one of the premier mainstream jazz pianists living today. He performed here last year and was a rousing success so the NVJS welcomes him back for a well-deserved encore.

Fuller worked with vocal great Ernestine Anderson and moved to Seattle as her pianist and musical director. In 1994, Fuller joined the trio of world-renowned drummer Jeff Hamilton. In 2000, Fuller joined superstar Ray Brown, who’s place in jazz history is well known to us all. Larry was The Man with John Pizzarelli for many years and now enjoys a wonderful career with his own accomplished trio.

Another sure-fire Fuller concert is coming right up!

 

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.

 

LATIN NIGHT at Silo's: Edgardo Cambon y LaTiDo

Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 8:30 PM

[General Admission: $13-18] ¡Vamos a bailar! Band leader, conga drummer and lead singer Edgardo Cambón and his quintet, “LaTiDo” (Spanish for Heartbeat), is ready to delight Napa salseros with their debut appearance at Silo’s Napa!

A pillar in the Bay Area Salsa and Latin Jazz scene, Edgardo’s music is equally inspired by the Cuban traditional Buena Vista Social Club sound as by the ‘70s New York Salsa and the current and more “pop” dance, Marc Anthony style.

Blessed with a powerful tenor voice and a commanding presence on stage, Edgardo and his amazing lineup of young and veteran Bay Area Latin music masters will surely make his August 2nd performance at Silo’s Napa a night to remember!

 

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!

 

Sundays on The Plaza - Phoenix Rising

Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 2:00 PM

Join us for an afternoon of music on the River Bend Performance Plaza, overlooking the Napa River! Food & drinks available for purchase.
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!

 

Pablo Cruise

Saturday, November 3, 2018 - 7:00 PM

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

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