Meet the Bands

Screen Shot 2020-02-18 at 8.24.13 PM.jpg

June 14

J.Z. and the Stranglers


Josh Zee, the former lead guitarist for Mother Truckers and the Whiskey Sisters, has a new band. J.Z. and the Stranglers play the blues -- and they play them really well. “A countrified blues-rock badass who combines Van Halen swagger with B.B. King soul.” - GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE.

June 21

Corte Madera Town Band

(Classical/Big band)


They play classical concert band compositions, musicals, rock and roll, blues, jazz, marches and much more.  They come to practice with a smile and there are always a few laughs.

June 28

Soul Mechanix featuring Omega Rae



Soul Mechanix blends groove-based Soul improv and progressive Funk drawing from a diverse universe of influences.

July 5

A.J. Lee and Blue Summit



Pure, beautiful American music. Soaring harmonies, top notch picking and strumming as well as a healthy respect and reverence for the classic country, bluegrass and folk music of the past all add up to a band who are masters of the genre.

July 12

Mustangs of the West

(California Country) 


The Jones Gang is like a VW van with 310,000 miles rolling out of the shop, here we are, still trucking, with some new artist surprises and groove. An insane collection of rock, funk (Motown and Louisiana), gospel, blues, folk and country.

July 19

Nancy Wright and the Rhythm and Roots Band


Nancy Wright is one of the most highly respected and in-demand sax players on today’s blues, Americana and R&B scene. Major music writers have hailed her big-toned tenor and compared her to the all-time greats.

July 26

The Lucky Losers 


Accompanied by a dynamic four piece ensemble, veteran Bay Area artists, Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz deliver a truly signature sound, layering elements of Stax/Volt styled R&B, electric Americana, and psychedelic rock atop a Chicago and Texas blues foundation.

August 2

Dirty Cello

(Cello Blues and Bluegrass) 


A four-piece string ensemble that truly pushes the envelope and breaks the barriers, they blend blues, bluegrass and world music sounds with roots in the world of European classical music in a style that is unique and refreshing


August 9

Bubba’s Taxi 

(Classic Rock)


Just a bunch of guys that love to play music, especially in their hometown of Marin. Bubba's Taxi plays mostly covers of rock and blues.

August 16

Jenny Kerr Band

(Swamp Rock/Soul/HonkyTonk/Blues)

San Francisco native and Oxford dropout, multi-instrumentalist (finger-style and slide guitar, claw hammer banjo, harmonica, piano), as well as a poetic and passionate songwriter, Jenny Kerr is known for foot-stomping live shows and powerful, authentic voice.

August 23

The Coffis Brothers and the Mountain Men 

(Roots Rock)


This is pure roots rock, focused on melody, harmony, rhythm and mood. There are echoes of The Byrds, Tom Petty and The Jayhawks, and from years of touring, they have honed their sound into shimmering, high-energy rock and roll.

August 30

Danny Click and the Heck Yeahs 



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.