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Happy Easter – No Music

Happy Easter – No Music

Happy Easter – No Music

March 31
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Lounge will be open to public for food and beverage.

1

Taryn Donath

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Taryn Donath

Taryn Donath

April 1 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

https://www.tarynd.com 

An accomplished musician who has been performing professionally for over 25 years, Taryn has an incredibly commanding performance style….each live performance is exciting and spontaneous. Her piano playing is tenacious and purposeful, while her voice is smooth, sultry, and unique to her. Taryn lights up the stage every
time she plays.

Currently, Taryn has been performing as a duo with a drummer… Fresh, unique and exciting the two play anything from 60’s soul jazz, funk, jump/swing, Latin, and their own term of beatnik blues taking the listener on a musical adventure. With an unwavering left hand, a right hand that weaves in and out effortlessly, and a backbeat as solid as a rock, theDuo has a sound larger than life.
Each performance is different from the last, capturing the moods of the players. The two are not bound by rules, but instead have a desire to express their own musical voice and deliver something captivating.

“I look forward to creating something unique each time I play.”- Taryn

2

Lovealot Group

6:00 pm R&B $5 cover

Lovealot Group

Lovealot Group

April 2 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: R&B
$5 cover

3

Glen Fisher Jazz Jam

6:00 pm Jazz $5 cover

Glen Fisher Jazz Jam

Glen Fisher Jazz Jam

April 3 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Jazz
$5 cover

4

Stellita w/ Special Guests

6:00 pm Smooth Jazz $5 cover

Stellita w/ Special Guests

Stellita w/ Special Guests

April 4 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Smooth Jazz
$5 cover

Stellita is joined by local artists for this open mic night!

5

Stoney B Blues Band

5:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Stoney B Blues Band

Stoney B Blues Band

April 5 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

Stony B is the real deal bluesman and we are so excited to welcome him back to our stage after over a decade!

Wildside

8:00 pm $15 cover

Wildside

Wildside

April 5 @ 8:00 pm
Genre:
$15 cover

One of San Diego’s Hottest Cover Band playing your favorite tunes from Top 40, Funk, R&B, Dance, Blues, Classic Rock, and Reggae. They bring excitement with High energy!

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/TheWildsideBandSD

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The Hips

5:00 pm Classic Rock $5 cover

The Hips

The Hips

April 6 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: Classic Rock
$5 cover

One of Point Loma’s premier classic rock bands!

Detroit Underground

8:00 pm Dance $15 cover

Detroit Underground

Detroit Underground

April 6 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Dance
$15 cover

The Detroit Underground  was established in 1994, and still has several of its original members. Over the years the band has earned the reputation for being a hard working, high energy, show band. The group features a very solid and funky rhythm section. These four seasoned players provide a solid foundation for the band’s “smokin” horns.

Topping it off are California’s best male and female lead vocalists. These two high-powered singers will light up the stage, and leave you singing their songs long after you leave the show.

This powerful combination of dedicated musicians gives the band the ability to crank out tunes from artists such as EARTH, WIND, and FIRE, CHAKA KAHN,and STEVIE WONDER. We also play great motown hits and heart-felt ballads.

The Detroit Underground is not just another nightclub act, but a complete musical experience

http://www.thedetroitunderground.com

 

7

Will Donato

6:00 pm Smooth Jazz $Ticketmaster cover

Will Donato

Will Donato

April 7 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Smooth Jazz
$Ticketmaster cover

One of the premier saxophone players in the smooth jazz world, Will Donato puts on a show that will keep you on your feet the whole time!

https://www.willdonato.com/ 

8

Billy Watson

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Billy Watson

Billy Watson

April 8 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

9

Chris James & Patrick Rynn

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Chris James & Patrick Rynn

Chris James & Patrick Rynn

April 9 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

10

Bill Magee

6:00 pm $5 cover

Bill Magee

Bill Magee

April 10 @ 6:00 pm
Genre:
$5 cover

Jimi Hendrix was playing as Jimmy James when Willie (Bill) Magee met, befriended and eventually joined up with Hendrix to form the band “Jimmy James and the Flames.” In 1967, Hendrix went to England, and Magee took his newly formed band, the “Kansas City Playboys” on a tour around Europe.

The rest is history…now after a brief hiatus Bill Magee has felt the pull of the blues once again and come out of retirement. Catch a performance of his and see the best of Southern Blues music.

The legendary, one and only Mr. Bill Magee!

11

Trade Winds

6:00 pm Island Rock $5 cover

Trade Winds

Trade Winds

April 11 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Island Rock
$5 cover

Trade Winds is a high energy classic rock band specializing
in the great Rock & Roll and R&B music on the 60’s and 70’s

12

Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

5:00 pm Bluegrass $5 cover

Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

April 12 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: Bluegrass
$5 cover

Next Level

8:00 pm Dance $15 cover

Next Level

Next Level

April 12 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Dance
$15 cover

Next Level is one of San Diego’s Hottest R&B Soul & Funk Bands –all-star seasoned professionals with many years of experience!!

https://www.facebook.com/BAND619SD/

13

Zavala Sol

5:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Zavala Sol

Zavala Sol

April 13 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

Ristband

8:00 pm Yacht Rock $15 cover

Ristband

Ristband

April 13 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Yacht Rock
$15 cover

14

Aim-Loan Gospel Brunch w/ Earl Thomas & Sister Leola Ft. Kori Gillis

1:00 pm Gospel $Ticketmaster Event cover

Aim-Loan Gospel Brunch w/ Earl Thomas & Sister Leola Ft. Kori Gillis

Aim-Loan Gospel Brunch w/ Earl Thomas & Sister Leola Ft. Kori Gillis

April 14 @ 1:00 pm
Genre: Gospel
$Ticketmaster Event cover

” One of the top 5 shows in San Diego in 2023″ – George Varga, SD Union-Tribune

Ticket Link

$20 Reserved Seating (DOES NOT INCLUDE FOOD AND BEVERAGE.) $25 VIP

Earl Thomas’ gospel rebirth

Earl Thomas retired from music in late 2019 — or so he thought. The award-winning San Diego blues soul singer and songwriter had toured the world multiple times, released a slew of albums and seen his songs recorded by Etta James, Ike Turner and other earthy American music luminaries. He seemed content to spend his time working as a dental technician in La Jolla.

But an invitation to perform a series of Sunday gospel concerts at Humphreys Backstage Live this year saw the Tennessee native spring back into action. As the leader of Earl Tomas & The Gospel Ambassadors, featuring Sister Leola, his electrifying performances led to an invitation to appear with his band at famed London jazz club Ronnie Scott’s as part of the 2023 London Jazz Festival.

A rousing new album, “Church Songs,” was released this fall, and Thomas’ Nov. 12 London performance was recorded for an upcoming live release. He and his band now have an international booking agent and have already been booked for concerts in Scandinavia next summer.

“I felt like I was phony doing the blues,” Thomas said in a September interview with the Union-Tribune. “Now that I’m doing gospel, I feel completely legit. This is where I live.”

Visit Humphreys Restaurant to view Brunch Menu

 

Terry Steele sings Luther Vandross

6:00 pm R&B $Ticketmaster cover

Terry Steele sings Luther Vandross

Terry Steele sings Luther Vandross

April 14 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: R&B
$Ticketmaster cover

Ticket Link

Terry Steele Music

TERRY STEELE

Terry Steele is a Two-Time Grammy Awards Nominee / a
Two-Time ASCAP Award Winning Songwriter and has
toured internationally as a professional recording artist …
with concert performances in Russia, Japan, China,
Germany, Brazil, Jamaica, Israel, England as well as the
USA … touching the hearts and souls of millions of people
around the world!

As a professional songwriter, Terry has written for -or- has collaborated with such megastar
artists as Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, Starship, Hiroshima, Patti Labelle, Stevie Wonder,
Diana Ross, The Spinners, Barry White, The Pointer Sisters, Arif Mardin, Natalie Cole, George
Duke, and saxophonist Richard Elliott. As the principal writer of the blockbuster hit, Here And
Now, (recorded by the late Luther Vandross) – Steele garnered a Grammy nomination for
“Best Rhythm and Blues Song” in 1990. Terry Steele has held staff songwriting positions at

EMI Music/SBK Records, Warner Chappell Music (USA), and most recently, the Germany-
based music publishing house, CBM Entertainment (Europe) and Sony Music (South Africa).

Terry Steele has recorded three (3) internationally released solo albums/CDs and has recorded
six (6) albums/CDs as lead singer for the renowned world-music band Hiroshima. Terry has
also commanded the worldwide stage with leading roles in theatrical dance-plays and musical
productions such as: Joey’s Decision (UCLA Theater Touring Company), Things Ain’t What
They Used To Be (Russia), Mama, I Want To Sing (New York Cast),The Names Quilt (USA
Cast), The Living Legends Concert Series (European Cast), and in 2007 he took his first leap
into the starring role of the hugely successful off-Broadway Production, Here And Now: The

Legacy of Luther Vandross. Additionally, Terry Steele is currently authoring his first non-
fiction book entitled, The Chronicles Of A Songwriter and is recording his fourth solo CD.

15

Blue Largo

6:00 pm Ameriana $5 cover

Blue Largo

Blue Largo

April 15 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Ameriana
$5 cover

lue Largo was formed by guitarist Eric Lieberman and vocalist Alicia Aragon in 1999. Eric has been a fixture on the Southern California blues scene since 1981, when he began his four year stint with San Diego’s now legendary King Biscuit Blues Band. He then went on to form The Rhumboogies, which featured vocalist Earl Thomas, and subsequently The Juke Stompers. As part of the Southern California blues community during the 1980’s, Eric became closely associated with The Paladins, The James Harman Band, Hollywood Fats, Kid Ramos and Junior Watson. He was even lucky enough to play a gig with Hollywood Fats at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California, just two weeks shy of Fats’ untimely and sudden death. Both The Rhumboogies and The Juke Stompers have shared bills with B.B. King, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, Little Charlie and The Nightcats, Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets, The Paladins and The James Harman Band. And two of Eric’s greatest disciples, Robby Eason and Nathan James, both went on to play guitar for James Harman in the nineties and 2000’s. In addition to Robby and Nathan, pretty much any blues musician who has lived in San Diego at any time from 1981 to the present, regardless of what instrument they play, will attest to Eric’s major influence on the San Diego music community for almost the past four decades.

Eric first met Alicia Aragon when he was playing guitar with The King Biscuit Blues Band in 1982. That band had a steady gig, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at a club in San Diego called The Mandolin Wind, which lasted longer than the four years Eric was with that band. Because Eric was all of twenty seven years old at the time, and meeting girls at the gig was high on his list of priorities, he had a self imposed policy of not dating the waitresses who worked at the club. But when Alicia started waitressing there, that rule went right out the window. While Alicia was too shy to be singing in public back then, she always had a deep and genuine love for blues and jazz, and therefore very deliberately sought out work in venues that featured such live music. Subsequent to working at The Mandolin Wind, she worked for fourteen years at Elario’s in La Jolla, where artists such as Kenny Burrell, Barney Kessell, Herb Ellis, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Hand Crawford, Pappa John Creach and Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson performed on a semi regular basis. Now that’s a lot of music and soul to ingest over fourteen years!

Eric is a band leader who doesn’t sing himself, and that’s not the best spot to be in. You’re always dependent on having a great singer, who fits into the band both stylistically and personally, and that is not always so easy to find. So throughout the years, whenever Eric lost a singer, he would try and talk Alicia into singing with him. He knew Alicia’s genuine love for the music he loved, and how supportive she had always been of his music. But more than all that, Alicia would learn these Billie Holiday or Sarah Vaughan songs on her own, just for the love and desire of learning them, and when Eric would hear her singing them a cappella, he was almost moved to tears. And that convinced him that she could bring the same passion, emotion and honesty to the forefront of his band. But it took many pleas and many rejections, before Alicia finally acquiesced one day in 1999. And once she said “yes,” Blue Largo was born!

Blue Largo released its debut album, What A Day, produced by Mavis Staples’ guitar player and musical director, Rick Holmstrom in 2000, and released its second record Still In Love With You in 2002. While maintaining its home base in San Diego, Blue Largo has traveled up and down the California coast, playing such well known venues as Biscuits and Blues in San Francisco, The Derby in Los Angeles and the legendary Blue Café in Long Beach in the early 2000’s.

But in November 2006, Eric developed a neurological condition known as Focal Dystonia, which caused him to lose coordination in his right hand. He probably should have stopped playing altogether at that point, as he could barley even play in time. If he could hold onto a pick at all, it was as if it was attached to a rubber band. But playing guitar is an addiction for Eric, and he couldn’t force himself to stop, just as most addicts can’t force themselves to stop whatever their addition is. So, he kept the band going, playing mostly small local gigs, while doing everything possible to overcome his Focal Dystonia, including learning to read Braille and taking formal piano lessons. The idea here is to learn new tasks, using the affected parts of the body, in order to create new neurotransmitters, which hopefully replace the damaged neurotransmitters that are causing the dystonia. Because Eric tried such a multitude of remedies to help him conquer his dystonia, it is difficult to know which were the most effective. But he believes that if it was any one specific thing, it was spending approximately five hours a day for over eleven years, retraining himself how to play, one note at a time, without the dystonic, spasmodic hand motions. And while he’s still not one hundred percent free of his dystonia, he’s about ninety five percent back to normal, and still spending those five hours a day working towards getting back to a hundred percent.

Because of Eric’s condition, Blue Largo didn’t record another record for fifteen years, from 2003 to 2015. But by 2015, with Alicia’s encouragement, he became convinced that he was healed enough to once again commit something to tape, and the result is the band’s third album, Sing Your Own Song. Up until this time, Blue Largo has always been a traditional 1940’s / ’50’s era blues band, specializing in covers by such artists as Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Louis Jordan, T Bone Walker and Julia Lee. But Eric started jotting down some song ides of his own over the years, which he and Alicia revisited when they decided to record this new record, and lo and behold, Sing Your Own Song contains seven original songs, dealing with life’s big issues…….. confronting challenges, despair, hope, perseverance, and ultimately prevailing! Music wise, the record contains everything from gospel to Louisiana swamp grooves, 1960’s rhythm and blues, jump blues, sensual ballads and lowdown acoustic country blues. And as a result of the spark that this new record gave Blue Largo, the band played the Gator By The Bay Festival in 2016 and 2018, and both The Baja Blues Festival in Rosarito Beach, Mexico, and The San Diego Blues Festival in 2017.

Blue Largo has now completed its fourth album, Before The Devil Steals Your Soul, scheduled for release on October 19, 2018. Believing Devil to be the band’s strongest and most creative record yet, it contains ten original songs, as well as Nina Simone’s Feeling Good, Jimmy Ruffin’s What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted, Nat Adderley’s Work Song, and a mambo guitar instrumental entitled Bodas De Oro, which pays tribute to the great Cuban guitarist, Manuel Galban. As for the original compositions on Devil, once again Eric chooses to write in his own voice, addressing life’s big issues, such as the political and social state of our country in Wash Away and Same Race, the loss a loved one to terminal illness in The Long Goodbye, and the need to live our lives to the fullest, in truth and righteousness, before it’s too late, in Before The Devil Steals Your Soul. If I Can Make It To Augusta is a tribute to all the musicians who have been out there paying their dues on the road for decades, and who now wish to settle down to a more serene, peaceful life at home. Monrovia is the first song Eric has written as a fictional story, the theme being betrayal of love, infidelity, jealousy and ultimately murder. For its musical ambience Eric was channeling a Quentin Tarantino or Ennio Morricone Spaghetti Western soundtrack. And finally, I’m Alive addresses the incredible inspirational healing power of music itself!

With the completely organic and unforced stylistic change from playing vintage blues covers to writing its own original material, Blue Largo now likes to think of its music as “Original Vintage Rhythm and Blues.” The songs are definitely original, and Eric just lets them come to him as they do. He doesn’t intentionally try to write in anyone’s voice other than his own. He most certainly doesn’t try to write in the voice of some African American blues artist from the 1940’s or ’50’s, because in spite of his great love and respect for that music, it is not his music, nor does it reflect the life and times in which he grew up. In spite of dedicating the better part of his adult life to studying and paying tribute to the blues of the 1940’s and ’50’s, it only makes sense that the songs which come out of Eric are much more evocative of the rhythm and blues and soul music from the 1960’s, that he came of age hearing on his parents’ car radio. And in the end, because Eric, Alicia and all of Blue Largo’s musicians have been so genuinely steeped in vintage blues for so many decades, Sing Your Own Song and Before The Devil Steals Your Soul can’t help but to capture and evoke the essence of that sound and vibe, without even trying.

In addition to Eric and Alicia, Blue Largo’s current line-up consists of Taryn “T-Bird” Donath (piano), Raphael Salmon (organ), Marcus P. Bashore (drums), Mike “Sandlewood” Jones (Fender bass), and Dave Castel De Oro and Eddie Croft (saxophones.)

Blue Largo was formed by guitarist Eric Lieberman and vocalist Alicia Aragon in 1999. Eric recruited his old music partner, saxophonist Jonny Viau from as far back as 1982, when they were both sidemen in the King Biscuit Blues Band, and together with pianist Sue Palmer, drummer Phil Rowley, bassist Roger Daschle and baritone sax man Troy Jennings, the band released its debut album, “What A Day!” produced by Rick Holmstrom in the year 2000. The band went through a few personnel changes, and with piano virtuoso, Carl Sonny Leyland and bassist Chris Crepps on board , released its second record “Still In Love With You” in 2002. While maintaining its home base in San Diego, California during the past fifteen years, Blue Largo has traveled up and down the California coast, playing such well known venues as Biscuits and Blues in San Francisco, The Derby in Los Angeles and the legendary Blue Café in Long Beach.

In November2006, Eric developed a rare neurological condition called focal dystonia, which affected the coordination in his right hand, thus putting an end to any further recording plans  until May 2015. With great dedication and hard work, Eric has  overcome his focal dystonia to the point where he felt he would be able to record again, and the result is the band’s third album, entitled “Sing Your Own Song,” to be officially released September 18, 2015.

Blue Largo has always been a traditional 1940’s / ‘50’s era blues band, specializing in covers by such artists as Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Louis Jordan, T Bone Walker and Julia Lee. Eric never considered himself a songwriter, but has rather always focused on paying tribute to the great artists whom he loves so much. However, he jotted down a few ideas over the years, which he and Alicia revisited when they decided to record their current album, and lo and behold, “Sing Your Own Song” contains seven original songs, which the band is most proud of and excited about! These original songs deal with life’s big issues…….. the challenges, despair, hope, perseverance, and ultimately prevailing! Music wise, the record contains everything from Louisiana swamp grooves to gospel, rhythm and blues, jump blues, sensual ballads and lowdown acoustic country blues, and Blue Largo is ready and rearing to bring it all to their live shows.

Along with Eric and Alicia, the current Blue Largo line-up features Jonny Viau on tenor and baritone saxophones, Marcus Bashore on drums, Taryn Donath on piano and Art Kraatz on bass. “Sing Your Own Song,” which was recorded and co-produced by Nathan James, also features Nathan on rhythm guitar, resonator guitar and upright bass,  Ron Felton and Marty Dodson on drums, Joey Jazdzewski on both Fender and upright bass, Rafael Salmon on organ, Dave Castel de Oro on tenor saxophone and Missy Anderson on backing vocals.

As Charlie Parker said, “Now’s the Time,” and we believe now is the time for Blue Largo! So people get ready, get on board, and don’t let this soul train leave the station without you!

COPYRIGHT © 2000-2022 BLUE LARGO. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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The Bayou Brothers

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

The Bayou Brothers

The Bayou Brothers

April 16 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

17

Maturation Soul

6:00 pm Funk $5 cover

Maturation Soul

Maturation Soul

April 17 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Funk
$5 cover

18

Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 18
Genre:

Arnie & Friends

8:30 pm Classic Rock $5 cover

Arnie & Friends

Arnie & Friends

April 18 @ 8:30 pm
Genre: Classic Rock
$5 cover

www.arnievilches.com

I have been fortunate enough to play/tour/record with several big name artists. Mark Farner, Singer/Songwriter/Frontman of Grand Funk Railroad, CCM Recording artist Two Or More, Viva Santana, and most recently, Bobby Kimball (the Original Lead Singer of TOTO) as well as Bill Champion Singer/Songwriter, Keyboardist & Guitarist for Chicago. Other notable performances have taken me halfway around the world with Cheap Trick, Robin Trower, Blue Oyster Cult, Bachman/Turner/Overdrive, REO SpeedWagon, Edgar Winter, Carmen, Phil Keaggy & The Newsboys just to name a few. More recently, I have begun to play with a 9 piece horn band called Top Brassss, an All Star Band featuring members of Blood Sweat & Tears, Tower of Power, Miami Sound Machine and Chicago, as well as the band Tribal Reasons.

 

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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 19
Genre:

Rising Star

8:30 pm Dance $15 cover

Rising Star

Rising Star

April 19 @ 8:30 pm
Genre: Dance
$15 cover

Playlist:
It wasn’t me – Shaggy
Beat goes on – Whispers
Night to remember – Shalamar
Disco nights – GQ
Ain’t no stoppin us now – McFadden Whitehead
Skate – Silk Sonic
Kool & gang
*Get down on it * Ladies night
Electric slide / Hustle
September – EWF
Rick James/Mary Jane girls
*Give it to me * In my House * SuperFreak
Havana – Camila Cabello
Latin reggaton
*Bailando – Taki taki – Mia – Mi Genti
FreeStyle medley
*Point of no return – Expose
*Party your body – Stevie B
*Don’ stop the rock – FreeStyle
*When I hear music – Debbie Deb
*Diamond Girl – Stevie B
Farruk – Pepas
move your body – Nina Sky
Fireball – Pitbull
Uptown funk – Bruno Mars
Leave the door open – Silk Sonic
Smokin out the window – Silk Sonic
Cupid shuffle
24k magic
Too close – Next
Return of the Mack – Mark Morrison
Hey Mr DJ – Zhane
On a Sunday afternoon – Lighter shade of brown
Family affair – Mary J Bligh
Bobby Brown
*Every little step * My Prerogative
Motownphilly – Boyz II Men
Poison – Bel Biv DeVoe
Cha cha slide
My Goodies – Ciara
Humpty dance – Digital Underground
Crazy in love – Beyonce
90’s hip hop medley
*Clear my throat * Ice ice baby * hip hop hooray * Apache
Be faithfull – Fatman Scoop
Pary up – DMX
Yeah – Usher
Finesse – Bruno Mars
This is how – Montel Jordan
Wobble
In da club – 50 cents
California love – Tupac
Nest Episode – Dr Dre
Whats my name – Snoop Dogg
Aint no fun when homies – Nat Dogg
Baby I got your money – ODB
Pitbull medley
*Give me everything * Don’t stop da party
*Want me * Hotel Service
Push it – Salt n Pepper
Flo Rida
*Get Low * Hands in the (Ayer)
Im still in love – Sean Paul
Mary Jane – Rick James
All night long – Mary Jane girls
Bartender – T-Pain
Sex you up – Color me Badd
I like the way Kissing game – Hi 5
Kiss me more – Doja Cat
Say so – Doja Cat
Step in the name of love – R Kelly
Cold heart – Elton John & Dua Lupa
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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 20
Genre:

Viva Santana

8:00 pm Rock $15 cover

Viva Santana

Viva Santana

April 20 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Rock
$15 cover

Viva is the original Santana tribute act originating in 1990 in Southern California. The music of Santana has inspired each player to pour heart and soul into every performance and become a link to the master himself. Carlos Santana and his innovative sounds have finally reached the forefront of rock where they belong.

http://www.arnievilches.com/viva-santana

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San Diego Jazz All-Stars Ft. Mark Lessman, Roger Friend, Cecil McBee, Santino & DJ John Phillips

6:00 pm Smooth Jazz $15 cover

San Diego Jazz All-Stars Ft. Mark Lessman, Roger Friend, Cecil McBee,  Santino & DJ John Phillips

San Diego Jazz All-Stars Ft. Mark Lessman, Roger Friend, Cecil McBee, Santino & DJ John Phillips

April 21 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Smooth Jazz
$15 cover

Join us for an epic night of Smooth Jazz featuring some of San Diego’s Jazz royalty!

 

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SDMA Blues Showcase

6:00 pm Blues $10 cover

SDMA Blues Showcase

SDMA Blues Showcase

April 22 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$10 cover

Johnny Vernazza

Black Market III

Whitney Shay

Zavala Sol

Chickenbone Slim

Anthony Cullins

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SDMA Americana Showcase

6:00 pm Americana $10 cover

SDMA Americana Showcase

SDMA Americana Showcase

April 23 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Americana
$10 cover

Lineup:

6-6:30: Whiskey & Burlap

6:45-7:15: Shhhhh

7:30-8: MohaviSoul 

8:15-8:45: Jesse Ray Smith

9-9:45: The Sleepwalkers 

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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 24
Genre:

Red Headed Strangers

8:30 pm Country Rock $5 cover

Red Headed Strangers

Red Headed Strangers

April 24 @ 8:30 pm
Genre: Country Rock
$5 cover

ZB Savoy, Mike Butler, Patrick McClory and Matt Lynott are the Red Headed Strangers playing the music of… Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, The Highwaymen, Hank Williams, George Jones, Johnny Paycheck, Jimmy Rogers, David Allen Coe, George Straight, and many more…

RHS is not a traditional “tribute band”, but pays homage to Willie Nelson and the Outlaw Country genre he helped create, pulling from the same all American country songbook that Willie and friends have been pulling from for decades. As so many great performers have done before, these timeless songs (from as far back as the early 1900s) are the perfect canvas to deliver performances filled with world class musicianship and a sincerity, energy and authenticity that is uniquely the Red Headed Strangers.

https://redheadedstrangersmusic.com

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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 25
Genre:

Red Headed Strangers

8:30 pm Country Rock $5 cover

Red Headed Strangers

Red Headed Strangers

April 25 @ 8:30 pm
Genre: Country Rock
$5 cover

ZB Savoy, Mike Butler, Patrick McClory and Matt Lynott are the Red Headed Strangers playing the music of… Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, The Highwaymen, Hank Williams, George Jones, Johnny Paycheck, Jimmy Rogers, David Allen Coe, George Straight, and many more…

RHS is not a traditional “tribute band”, but pays homage to Willie Nelson and the Outlaw Country genre he helped create, pulling from the same all American country songbook that Willie and friends have been pulling from for decades. As so many great performers have done before, these timeless songs (from as far back as the early 1900s) are the perfect canvas to deliver performances filled with world class musicianship and a sincerity, energy and authenticity that is uniquely the Red Headed Strangers.

https://redheadedstrangersmusic.com

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Skelpin

5:00 pm World Beat $5 cover

Skelpin

Skelpin

April 26 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: World Beat
$5 cover

San Diego’s Premier Irish band!

3 CAR GARAGE

8:00 pm Dance $15 cover

3 CAR GARAGE

3 CAR GARAGE

April 26 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Dance
$15 cover

Join 3 CAR GARAGE for a Classic Rock Dance Party spanning 4 decades as you sing and dance to all your favorites from Steely Dan, Chicago, The Eagles, The Cars, Cheap Trick, Eddie Money, Tom Petty, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Eric Clapton, The Doobie Brothers, Queen, Aerosmith, Boston, Steve Miller Band, Billy Joel, Elton John, The Knack, Stevie Wonder, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jackson Browne, Pink Floyd, Third Eye Blind, Lit, Cake, Green Day and more!

http://3car-garage.com

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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

April 27
Genre:

Groove Therapy

8:30 pm $15 cover

Groove Therapy

Groove Therapy

April 27 @ 8:30 pm
Genre:
$15 cover

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DJ John Phillips

6:00 pm Dance DJ $12 cover

DJ John Phillips

DJ John Phillips

April 28 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Dance DJ
$12 cover

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Nathan James

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Nathan James

Nathan James

April 29 @ 6:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

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SDMA After Party with Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

9:00 pm $5 cover

SDMA After Party with Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

SDMA After Party with Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas

April 30 @ 9:00 pm
Genre:
$5 cover

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Vince Lee & Sophie Lord

6:00 pm Blues $5 cover

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Concert Night

Concert Night

Concert Night

May 2
Genre:

Sweet Deal

8:30 pm Pop / Rock $5 cover

Sweet Deal

Sweet Deal

May 2 @ 8:30 pm
Genre: Pop / Rock
$5 cover

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Manzanita Blues Band

5:00 pm Blues $5 cover

Manzanita Blues Band

Manzanita Blues Band

May 3 @ 5:00 pm
Genre: Blues
$5 cover

Platinum Vibe

8:00 pm Dance $15 cover

Platinum Vibe

Platinum Vibe

May 3 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Dance
$15 cover

 

A high-energy live music ensemble based out of sunny San Diego, California. Getting the crowd moving and having a good time comes naturally to this well-seasoned band. Our varied repertoire of Today’s Top 40 hits, R&B, Funk, Rock and Pop/Dance Hits is unmatched and guarantees a fun and entertaining night for all.

 

https://theplatinumvibeband.com

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Viva Santana

8:00 pm Rock $15 cover

Viva Santana

Viva Santana

May 4 @ 8:00 pm
Genre: Rock
$15 cover

Viva is the original Santana tribute act originating in 1990 in Southern California. The music of Santana has inspired each player to pour heart and soul into every performance and become a link to the master himself. Carlos Santana and his innovative sounds have finally reached the forefront of rock where they belong.

http://www.arnievilches.com/viva-santana

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