Carscadden and O’Reilly release long-awaited album

Sean Carscadden – Marty O’Reilly

It started with a couple guitar lessons, the master Carscadden teaching the young jedi O’Reilly a few chords, and then it becomes clear, the young jedi was born ready. After playing around solo for a while, seems it was Hunt Bailey, manager of Murphy’s Irish Pub that suggested that the duo do a show together, with each not having enough material to do a full show, and the rest, they say, is history. The duo began performing around town, learning from each other and building on their influences, which are remarkably similar; delta blues, among others, but both bringing a different approach to the music. After a year or so, it became clear they needed a professional recording to take the project any further, but to where? Both were not sure. It was going to cost money, a lot of money, and it was obvious that the duo was not going to be able to finance it themselves. A new concept had been brewing on the internet, crowd sourcing to acquire seed money for projects. They chose Indigigogo over Kickstarter for a couple reasons, but soon, with the help of the internet world, and many promises on the duos part, they managed to raise five thousand dollars. So now, what to record? They didn’t want to do the same songs that they had been playing, so they took new songs, and some covers, and stepped away from the norm, and created versions of the songs in ways that they had never approached, and laid those down at Ex’pression College for Digital Arts, with help from engineer-extraordinaire, Andy Saks. The disc has been getting rave reviews and this Monday, Nov. 26, it’s your chance to pick up a copy of “Broke the Moon” and see the songs played live at the historic Sebastiani Theatre in Sonoma. The duo gathered up an impressive group of local musicians to accompany them on the tracks, like Sarah Summers, Mike Lee Cannon, Cliff Hugo, Chris Lynch and Michael Fecskes. So what’s next for the act? They’re really not sure, but with a brilliant representation of what they do under their belts, as they say, the sky’s the limit. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and tickets are available in advance at the theatres box office or at the door the night of the show, if available.

The Whiskey Thieves

It’s billed as the “Give Thanks Giving” party and the Whiskey Thieves have been playing the Friday after Thanksgiving in town as far back as when they were the Rock Bottom Blues Band, and tonight, Nov. 23, is no different. Appearing at the Moose Lodge it’s not only the band, but Blessed Coast Sound and a special appearance by the General. Showtime is 8 p.m. and tickets are available at the door. The Moose has polka on Sunday, Nov. 25, with an appearance by the Joe Bajuk Trio, kicking off at 5 p.m.

The Sebastiani Theatre seems to be the place to be this weekend, with a variety called “Toast of the Town” being presented by local crooner Jeff Gilbert on Sunday, Nov. 25, which brings back the spirit of a variety show from the good old days. It promises to be an entertaining afternoon that harkens back to the era of the ‘30s and ‘40s featuring the melodious voice of crooner, Jeff Gilbert. Special guests include Dana Land and Sue Albano, singing some classic standards of yesteryear and the day will also feature the instrumental talents of Peter E. Babcock, “the Coney Island Washboard King,” and the John Simon Trio, with Simon on keyboards, Kendrick Freeman on drums, and Tom Shader on bass. There will also be magic acts and more. Showtime is 2 p.m. and tickets can be purchased in advance at the theatre box office or at the door the day of the show.

Solid Air

The Annex Wine Bar has the debut appearance of the DaveEdJohn Trio tonight, Nov. 23, for a 7 p.m. show. Saturday, Nov. 24, the annex welcomes Grammy nominated Solid Air, also for a 7 p.m. show. Sunday, Nov. 25 it’s Randy Cook for an early show, going off at 4 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows.

The Sonoma Springs Brewing Company welcomes Brian Ruff on Saturday, Nov. 24, for a 7 p.m. show.

The Cork Pullers take over Envolve Winery in the Sonoma Court Shops on Saturday, Nov. 24, for an afternoon show kicking off at 2 p.m.

Olive and Vine in Glen Ellen has the original John Burdick Band on Sunday, Nov. 25, playing originals and unique cover songs, starting at 6 p.m. There will be a special bistro menu that features full dinner options.

Dana Land

The Plaza Bistro welcomes in Sonoma’s sweetheart Dana Land tonight, Nov. 23, with guitarist John Hoy and bassist Tom Shader. Land stirs up the jazz scene with a refreshing style and playful presence, performing a wide range of popular jazz from vintage and contemporary standards, swing and show tunes to Brazilian and blues. Showtime is 6:30 p.m. and there is no cover.

Murphy’s Irish Pub has Dan Martin and the Noma Rocksteady Band tonight, Nov. 23, kicking off at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, it’s Timothy O’Neill, also for an 8 p.m. show. Sunday, Nov. 25, the pub has local favorites Dave Aguilar and Peter McCauley from the act Tudo Bem for an early show that kicks off at 6:30 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows at the pub.

The Ledson Lounge in the Ledson Hotel welcomes Dan Daniels and Joyce Grant on Saturday, Nov. 24, for a 6 p.m. show. Grants unique shows consist of a blend of jazz, blues, country western, rhythm and blues, and funk and her vocal interpretations range from sensitive to powerful to cheeky over a broad spectrum of charts. Daniels is a virtuoso musician, also works as a composer, songwriter, vocalist, bandleader, arranger and teacher. Daniels has traveled and performed internationally and shared the stage with numerous celebrities, including Stevie Wonder, Lou Rawls, Earth, Wind and Fire, Tower of Power and the New Temptations. There is no cover for the show.

The Kathmandu Corner welcomes Adam Traum tonight, Nov. 23, for an 8 p.m. show. Saturday, Nov. 24, it’s Sean Carscadden, also for an 8 p.m. start. There is no cover.

Cornerstone Sonoma in Carneros has the annual lighting of the snowmen on Saturday, Nov. 24, and if you’ve ever been to one, you know that you don’t know what to expect. This year, along with all the festivities, there will be live music from Robert and Amy Ethington, and also a holiday performance by the Sonoma Ballet Conservatory in the wedding tent. The afternoon kicks off at 4 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Hot 45s – Shows within a 45 minute drive from the Island

Steve Pile Band – Saturday, Nov. 24
HopMonk Tavern – Sebastopol

The English Beat – Friday, Nov. 23
Bimbo’s 365 Club – San Francisco

Jackie Greene – Friday – Saturday, Nov. 23 – 24
The Fillmore – San Francisco

Alice Cooper – Tuesday, Nov. 27.
The Warfield – San Francisco.

Petty Theft – Friday, Nov. 23
Sweetwater Music Hall – Mill Valley

Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings– Saturday, Nov. 24
Sweetwater Music Hall – Mill Valley

New Riders of the Purple Sage – Friday, Nov. 23
Mystic Theatre – Petaluma

The Pulsators – Friday, Nov. 23
Last Day Saloon – Santa Rosa

Midnight Sun Massive – Friday, Nov. 23
The Flamingo – Santa Rosa

The “Howl” to benefit Altimira Middle School.

The Cork Pullers

For the third year in a row, it’s time for the ‘Howl,” a benefit for Altimira Middle School to be held at the Moose Lodge on Saturday, Nov. 3. The event is named after the howl of the wolf, which is the schools mascot. The evening kicks off at 5:30 p.m. and dinner will be prepared by Chef Roget DeClerq, featuring a menu of beef stew over polenta along with bread, salad, appetizers and dessert, along with a vegetarian option. At 8 p.m., the music starts with the Cork Pullers followed by DJ Bubba and there is also a dance only option for folks that can’t make the dinner. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at the Altimira Middle School office. For more info, call 415-860-5958.

Yoga Community is hosting a benefit for Sonoma Music Arts School on Saturday, Nov. 3. You may have read about the schools owner, Aldo Mosca in last weeks edition of the Index Tribune, and as the piece stated, Mosca isn’t about throwing benefits, so some of his buddies, including Rhys Wade are doing it for him. The evening kicks off at 6 p.m. with a flurry of local musicians until 10:30 p.m. Slated to be on the bill are Plan Be, Ten Foot Tone, JoyRide, Easily Distracted, Dawn Angelosante with Tony Gibson, Garen Patterson, Aldo Mosca and Deirdre Egan with Devra Wolfe. There will also be a number of silent auction items. Yoga Community is at 577 5th St. W.

Murphy’s Irish Pub has the Sonoma Mountain Band tonight, Nov. 2, for a special show that will include the latest CD release party from band guitarist Dave Hamilton, titled “Thinking about Time.” The night kicks off at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, it’s the always popular Andrew Freeman, also for an 8 p.m. show. Sunday, Nov. 4, there is a Celtic pub jam that goes of at 3:30 p.m. followed by Sean Carscadden and Marty O’Reilly for an early show at 6:30 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows.


The Sunflower Cafe welcomes JoyRide tonight, Nov. 2, playing on the patio as part of the artist reception, featuring art from Jennifer Cabaud and wine tasting from Highway 12 winery. The event starts at 5 p.m. and there is no cover.

The Annex Wine Bar has a duo performing tonight with Sean Carscadden and Cliff Hugo, kicking off at 6 p.m. It is also “Fondue Friday” at the annex, with a variety of fondue choices. There is no cover.

The Kenwood Firemans Association is having a benefit party called the Farmhouse Harvest Festival on Saturday, Nov. 3, kicking off at noon at the Farmhouse in Kenwood. There will be food, drinks a silent auction, tye dye lessons where folks are encouraged to bring their own clothing to dye, Popo the Clown and live music from the Pulsators and the Timothy O’Neil band. There will also be a fashion show at 3 p.m. Children are free. The Farmhouse is at 9255 Sonoma Hwy. in Kenwood. For more info, call 337-0867.


John Burdick

Olive and Vine in Glen Ellen continues “Supper Club Sundays” this Sunday, Nov. 4, with a show that will feature Jon Williams, Jimmy Dillon and John Burdick. The music starts at 6 p.m. and Chef Catherine Venturini has a special bistro menu prepared.

It’s time again for the Dance for the Troops, presented by American Legion Jack London Post #489 at the Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Building on Saturday, Nov. 3, kicking off at 6 p.m. The event features food and a full bar, and dancing to the music of the Moonlighters. Attendees are encouraged to dress in vintage military or ‘60s attire. All proceeds will fund holiday packages for the troops now serving abroad. Tickets are available at Eraldi’s Menswear or Reader’s Books, or at the door. For more info, call 935-9426.

The Kathmandu Corner welcomes Dan Martin tonight, Nov. 2, for an 8 p.m. show. Martin plays a unique style of classic reggae music. Saturday, Nov. 3, it’s Tim O’Neil, also for an 8 p.m. show. Sunday, Nov. 4, the corner welcomes Tony Gibson and Dawn Angelosante for an early show, starting at 6:30 p.m.

Sonoma Springs Brewing Company has Tom Martin tonight, Nov. 2, playing songs to get you inspired to go out and vote. Showtime is 7 p.m.

Adam Traum

The Epicurean Connection presents Adam Traum, hot off his CD release show a couple weeks back, for a night of music that kicks off at 7:30 p.m.

The Plaza Bistro has jazz form Amanda King tonight, Nov. 2, at 6:30 p.m. King is a classic chanteuse who performs little known gems from the ‘30s and ‘40s, as well as jazz standards and popular songs from the Great American Songbook. There is no cover.

The Whiskey Thieves are in Napa on Saturday, Nov. 3, for a harvest party at Vinoce Winery, starting at 3 p.m.

Dana Land and her “Sexytet” will be in San Rafael at Studio 55 on Saturday, Nov. 3, kicking off at 8 p.m.

Doobie Brothers back for the B. R. Cohn Charity Concerts

Bruce Cohn

For the 26th year in a row, winemaker and philanthropist Bruce Cohn is presenting the annual charity concert fundraiser at his estate winery in Glen Ellen this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6 – 7. The list of local charities that have benefited from the more than $6 million dollars raised over the course of the years is far too long to mention in this column, but this years beneficiaries include the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation, Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance, Redwood Empire Food Bank, the Guardsmen, Operation Homefront, and American Legion Post 489. In addition to giving back to the community, Cohn has brought acts that typically you would only see in stadiums to the intimate setting in Sonoma Valley, acts such as Journey, Cheap Trick Todd Rundgren, Lynyrd Skynyrd and more.

This year is no different. It honestly wouldn’t be a B. R Cohn show without the timeless tunes from the Doobie Brothers, who will be headlining both days, but the Saturday show will be something special; Michael McDonald, who headed the band after the departure of Tommy Johnston in the mid ‘70s, will be playing with the whole band for first time on stage in six years. Saturdays show will also feature Buddy Guy in his first appearance at the venue, WAR, the Turtles, Lara Johnston and Scars on 45. Sunday’s line-up has the Doobie Brothers and friends, Kenny Loggins, Dave Mason, the Turtles, Zen Road Pilots, Tyrone Wells and Pat Simmons Jr. Tickets will be available both days. For more info, point your browser to

Glen Ellen seems to have a lot going on this weekend, so let’s dive into that right now.

Sean Carscadden – Marty O’ Reilly

Olive and Vine has live music back every Sunday night, with this Sunday, Oct. 7, featuring Sean Carscadden and Marty O’ Reilly. Unlike last years format, which was more singer-songwriter orientated, now the venue is billing the night as “Supper Club Sunday” where folks can enjoy dinner and a show. For reservations and more info, call 996-9152.

The new Gristmill Inn Bar and Grill has Powerglide on Saturday, Oct. 6, for an 8 p.m. show. These local boys have been playing together for years and lay down blues, rock and a little country. There is no cover for the show.

The Jack London State Historic Park has a special piano concert by the Jack London Piano Club as a fundraiser for the park on Saturday, Oct. 6, kicking off at 4 p.m. The concert will open with vocalist DeAnne Reeder singing Jack London’s favorite song, “Recompense,” followed by Charmian’s favorite song, “In the Valley of the Moon.” Club pianists who will be performing include Pat Bonnoitt, John Dinwiddie, Jud Goodrich, Mae Lucas, Jack Power, Alexia Stevens, Nancy Watson, Carol Wilcoxson and Jim Wittes. Tickets are available online only at and for more info, call 938-4827.

Up the road a bit in Kenwood, the Souluna Yoga Center will have a show on Saturday, Oct. 6, featuring 2Friends and Katie Benz. Showtime is 5 p.m. and admission includes a complimentary glass of wine. For more info, call 833-1068.

Meanwhile, back in town, the Kathmandu Corner has re-opened for live music starting tonight, Oct. 5, with Sean Carscadden doing a solo show. Saturday, Oct. 6, it’s JoyRide and on Sunday, Oct. 7, the corner welcomes Jason Walter. There will be a special appetizer menu available and all shows kick off at 7:30 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows.

Right across the alley at Murphy’s Irish Pub, there is live music all weekend as well, kicking off tonight, Oct. 5, with Dan Martin and Friends, for an 8 p.m. show. Saturday, Oct. 6, it’s Blue House, playing blues and more, also at 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, there are 2 shows, a Celtic pub jam kicking off at 3:30 p.m. and Loose Shoes going off at 6:30 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows at the pub.

Glenn Carter

The Annex Wine Bar next to the Community Cafe on West Napa Street welcomes Glenn Carter tonight, Oct. 5, for a 6 p.m. show. There will be small plates and wine available.

Sonoma Springs Brewery has Tom Martin tonight, Oct. 5, for a 7 p.m. show. There is no cover.

The Valley of the Moon Order of the Sons of Italy celebrates its Columbus Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, Oct. 6, beginning at 6 p.m. in Father Robert’s Hall at St. Francis Solano Church, 469 Third St. W. Proceeds from the event benefit the Sons of Italy’s scholarship fund. The evening begins with a no-host cocktail hour at 6 p.m. followed by a dinner at 7 p.m. Attendees can dance to the classic music of Swing and a Miss from 8 to 10 p.m. For tickets and more info, call 938-1295 or 938-5691.

The Plaza Bistro welcomes Charged Particles tonight, Oct. 5, kicking off at 7 p.m. The band features Murray Low on keyboards, Aaron Germain on bass and Jon Krosnick on drums. The trio’s repertoire blends jazz styles with elements from Latin music, classical music, funk, and more. There is no cover for the show. There is no jazz scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6.

Yoga Community has the sounds of Easily Distracted on Saturday, Oct. 6, kicking off at 7:30 p.m. Yoga Community is in the West Plaza Shopping Center on Fifth Street West. For more info, call 935-8600.

The Ledson Lounge welcomes Dan Daniels and Nicky DePaola tonight Oct. 5, starting at 7 p.m.

The Corkpullers

The Cork Pullers will be at the Sonoma Community Garden on Seventh Street East on Saturday, Oct. 6, for an afternoon show that kicks off at 12:15 p.m. The event is family friendly and will have lasso lessons, scarecrow building contests, childrens art projects and much more. For more info, point your browser to

If you are heading to the Sonoma Valley High School football homecoming game tonight, you can catch the Cork Pullers singing the National Anthem.

The El Verano Inn has a rap show tonight, Oct 5, which features RBL Posse, Young Lay and DJ Saucy One. Showtime is 9 p.m.

The Sebastiani Theatre has a musical movie on Sunday, Oct. 7, that features guitarist Pat Metheny. “The Orchestrion Project” was filmed by Grammy and Emmy Award winning directors Pierre and Francois Lamoureaux at the former Saint Elias Chruch in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, in Nov. 2010.  In this film, guitarist Pat Metheny performs “The Orchestrion Suite” as well as other tracks from across Metheny’s prolific career. Showtime is 7 p.m. and for more tickets and more info, call 996-9756.

Rich Little will be playing his Chapman Stick for the pleasure of the patrons of the Big 3 Diner on Monday, Oct. 7, starting at 6 p.m. If you’ve never seen a Chapman Stick in action, check this show out.

The Blue Moon Saloon has Karaoke on Saturday, Oct. 6, kicking off at 9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, it’s the blues jam, going down at 10 p.m. There is no cover for either night.

Loosely Covered will be at Sprenger’s Tap Room in Santa Rosa on Saturday, Oct. 6, for a 9 p.m. show.

The Whiskey Thieves will be playing the CHEERS! St. Helena after party tonight, in St. Helena, kicking off at 8 p.m.

Hot 45s – Shows within a 45 minute drive from the Island

Buckethead– Saturday, Oct. 6
19 Broadway – Fairfax

Pat Jordan Band – Friday, Oct. 5
HopMonk Tavern – Sebastopol

Patti Smith – Monday, Oct. 8
The Fillmore – San Francisco

Jason Bonham Led Zeppelin Experience – Friday, Oct. 5
Uptown Theater – Napa

Steve Vai – Sunday, Oct. 7
Uptown Theater – Napa

Revolver and Bonnie Hayes– Saturday, Oct. 6
Rancho Nicasio – Nicasio

Epic blues artists at Sonoma Community Center

The Tuesday night market has Ten Foot Tone tonight, Aug. 28, under the palm tree at 5:30 p.m.

The Blue Moon Saloon has DJ Saucy 1 with special guests tonight, Aug. 28, at 9 p.m.

Murphy’s Irish Pub presents the after party with Rag Tag Sullivan tonight, Aug. 28, after the Tuesday night market.

The Sonoma Community Center presents a benefit for Pets Lifeline with an all-star line-up of players on Wednesday, Aug. 29, opening with Sean Carscadden and Marty O’Reilly, followed by Talk That Talk that features Roy Blumenfeld of the legendary Bluesbreakers and members of the late John Lee Hookers band, and the evening ends with the Rett Hamer Band. For tickets and more info, point your browser to

Murphy’s Irish Pub has Solid Air on Thursday, Aug. 30, for a show that kicks off at 7:30 p.m.

Sebastiani Winery and Vineyards welcomes BackTrax on Friday, Aug. 31, kicking off at 6 p.m. The night is also a food truck Friday event, with plenty of off the grid snacks available.

Murphy’s Irish Pub presents Larry Carlin and Mostly Simply Bluegrass on Friday, Aug. 31, for an 8 p.m. show.

The Plaza Bistro welcomes the Dan Zemelman Trio on Friday, Aug. 31, for a 7 p.m. start time.

Vox Populi returns for an encore performance

Vox Populi

The popular rock choir Vox Populi will be back at the Sonoma Community Center on Monday, July 2, for a command performance of “People get ready…There’s a train a-comin’” that will feature the music of Stevie Wonder, Annie Lennox, the Beatles, the Kinks, Michael Jackson and more. Accompanying the choir will be Plan Be. Formed in 2007, Vox Populi is the brainchild of local musician, Mark Dennis. The number of choir members has swelled to over 70 fun-loving, talented singers who perform sophisticated multi-harmony versions of well-known rock and roll songs. The show kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Sonoma Rotary Challenge Grant. For tickets and more info, call 938-4626.

Tudo Bem

For the fourth year in a row, B. R. Cohn Winery will be presenting the Charity Car Classic on Sunday, July 1, with a number of classic cars on display, food, wine and live music from local favorites Tudo Bem. The event will benefit the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Admission is free and all are welcome, but any donations are welcome. The event starts at noon and runs until 5 p.m.




Sonoma Hometown Band

The Sonoma Hometown Band is welcoming all that want to participate in the annual July fourth parade around the Plaza with the band to show up at one or both of the rehearsals they are having. The first one is on Sunday, July 1, and the second on Monday, July 2, both days at 6 p.m. in the McDougall Center at the Sonoma Development Center in Glen Ellen. For more info, call 538-8482.

Sean Carscadden has thrown together an all-star band for his show tonight, June 29, at Steiners Tavern that features Mikey Cannon on drums, Bob McBain on keyboards and Cliff Hugo on bass. Showtime is 10 p.m. and we suspect there will be a groove or two laid down. There is no cover.

Gundlach Bundschu Winery presents an evening of food, wine, film and dancing on Saturday, June 30, with the presentation of “Take this Waltz” which has not yet been released in theaters, followed by dancing to Crossfire. The evening gets underway at 6 p.m. and there will be food trucks at the event as well. For tickets and more info, point your browser to

Sebastiani Winery and Vineyards presents 5 a.m. tonight, June 29, at 6 p.m. There’s some sort of irony there but we’re not sure what. It will also be a food truck Friday event, with up to five food trucks in the parking lot. There is no cover for the event and all are welcome.

The Swiss Hotel has the Neverland Express on Sunday, July 1. The band is a collage of locals headed up by winemakers Rich Little and Jeff Bundschu and Scott DeMartini as well. The show will be on the back patio and kicks off at 3 p.m. There is no cover.

the David Thom Band

Murphy’s Irish Pub welcomes the David Thom Band tonight, June 29, for an evening of traditional bluegrass. Saturday, June 30, it’s Blue House. Both shows kick off at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 1, it’s a Celtic pub jam, for an early start at 3:30 p.m. There is no cover for any of the shows at the pub.

The Plaza Bistro has violinist Mads Tolling tonight, June 29, for a 7 p.m. show. Tolling is an internationally renowned violinist, and accomplished composer and is also a member of the two-time Grammy award-winning Turtle Island Quartet. As a soloist, Tolling regularly tours as jazz violinist with bassist Stanley Clark. Since 2007, Tolling has lead his own group, the Mads Tolling Quartet. Saturday, June 30, also at 7 p.m., it’s local jazz guitarist Randy Vincent. Vincent began his career in Florida and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1980. Vincent divides his time between performing and teaching, and has performed and/or recorded with Joe Henderson, Dizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hutcherson, Leny Andrade, Mel Martin, Benny Barth, and many more. There is no cover either night.

Jason Bodlovich and his group will be on the road and busy on Sunday, July 1, with a show at Truett and Hurst Winery in Dry Creek Valley at 1 p.m. followed by an evening performance at the Russian River Brewing Company that same night at 7 p.m.

Hot 45s – Shows within a 45 minute drive from the Island

Peter Rowan and the Rowan Brothers – Sunday, July 1
Rancho Nicasio – Nicasio

Dickey Betts and Great Southern – Saturday, June 30
Mickey Thomas and Starship
– Sunday, July 1
Los Lobos
– Sunday, July 1
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
– Monday, July 2
Steel Pulse
– Tuesday, July 3
Preservation Jazz Hall Band
– Wednesday, July 4
The Temptations
– Wednesday, July 4
Marin County Fair – San Rafael

Marillion – Friday, June 29
The Fillmore – San Francisco

Mickey Hart Band – Saturday, June 30
The Fillmore – San Francisco

Unauthorized Rolling Stones – Saturday, June 30
George’s Nightclub – San Rafael

Dream Theater – Sunday, July 1
The Warfield – San Francisco.

Delta Rae – Friday, July 29
The Independent – San Francisco