Neon Velvet will be taking the stage this Friday at Sweetwater. Imagine all the sass and the glamour of the 80’s in a sweet embrace with today's most potent pop artists The result is an uplifting night of fashion and fun, scored with musical precision.
Thoughtfully blending classic party anthems with current hits and exciting surprises, this world class band packs the dance floor and delivers an unforgettable time.
Eric Lindell melds West Coast rock, swampy Gulf Coast R&B, hard country, and Memphis soul in a hybrid American roots music that, while thoroughly respectful of traditions, blazes a trail of its own.
Tickets: $30 (advance); $35 (at the door)
Night Train, the Bay Area's ultimate Rock n' Roll dance party band, will be delivering their top-shelf live entertainment to Mac's at 19 Broadway this Saturday.
Get ready for a fun night of 80s metal, 90s alternative, rock classics, and modern dance hits all packed into a high-energy, guitar-fueled show (with a dash of Spinal Tap goofiness).
Shana Morrison and Caledonia will be taking Sweetwater by storm this Saturday.
Shana Morrison’s musical style has been called pop with a side of blues and a side of rock, but she has never shied away from including other ingredients, like country, R&B, and jazz into the mix. Her material is ever-changing, but what always remains the same is Shana’s unique and wide-ranging voice. The daughter of legendary Northern Irish musician Van Morrison, Shana began performing with her group Caledonia in the Bay Area in 1996. Since 2002, she has toured internationally, including numerous concert dates with her father. She has shared billing with the likes of Bonnie Raitt and John Lee Hooker, and has played for a variety of festival audiences. Her set list always includes some of Van Morrison's greatest hits.
Sweden Queen of Swing, Gunhild Carling, will be performing a special concert this Friday at the Mystic Theatre. Proceeds from the show will benefit Petaluma High School music departments.
Gunhild Carling is a world-renowned jazz musician and multi-instrumentalist. Famous for her ability to play three trumpets at the same time, Gunhild excels at trombone, trumpet, and even bagpipes. She often showcases all of her talents in one song, including singing and breaking into a tap dance. The eccentric songstress is featured in Scott Bradlees Postmodern Jukebox versions of “Never Going to Give You Up” and a 1920s & 30s jazz swing version of “Material Girl,” among others.