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Live music calendar

Posted By Sun News On June 15, 2012 @ 2:43 pm In News | Comments Disabled

Who’s playing what, when and where.

The Hellhounds
Chunky, funky Chicago-style blues with veteran jam banders Phil Ajioka, Dave Chavoya, Bill Wolf and Allen McDaniel. 6 p.m. Sebastiani Winery. 6 p.m. 933.3230.

Dick Conte Trio
As a pianist and radio host, Conte has been an integral part of the Bay Area jazz scene for more than 50 years. Presented by the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. 7 p.m. Plaza Bistro. 996.4466.

Jami Jamison Band
Swing and jump blues. 8 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Black Cat Bone
Acoustic duo is veritable jukebox of classic rock: British Invasion, Motown, 70’s funk, 80’s new wave, 90’s whatever, and more. 9 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Dan Martin
Reggae-prone rocker plays late night sets on the Plaza. 10 p.m. Steiners Tavern. 996.3812

Saturday, June 16

Gwyneth & Monko
Indie rock Americana. 1 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Kai Devitt Lee
A guitar ace with a veteran’s resume at age 19, Devitt-Lee is joined by Peter Barshay on bass and Hamir Atwal on drums. Presented by the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. 7 p.m. Plaza Bistro. 996.4466.

Cynthia Carr & the Carrtunes (pictured)
Ttight harmonies rock, jazz, swing, blues, country and folk-rock. A benefit for Silver Moon Theatre. 7 p.m. $15. Andrews Hall. Sonomacommunitycenter.org.

Jess Petty
Jazz and standards vocalist also plays a bit of trumpet. 7 p.m. Ledson Hotel. 996.9779.

Perfect Crime
Folk, blues and ballads. 8 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935-0660.

Grange Barn Dance
Singles or couples, experienced or not, come on out and dance. The steps for reels and circle mixers are taught before the music starts, and the caller Ken Olcott continues instructions to live music by Contrazz. 8 p.m.. $5-$7 donation requested, under 26 free. Grange Hall, 18627 Sonoma Hwy. 939.9999.

Loosely Covered
Stripped down, acoustic versions of rock classics. 9 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Sunday, June 17

JL Stiles
Rare combination of “ragtime guitar, epic Indie folk and higher mathematics.” 1 p.m. Hopmonk Tavern. 935.9100.

Carlos Herrera Trio
A healthy serving of Latin rock for Father’s Day. 5 p.m. Rancho Viejo. 939.3663.

Sean Carscadden & Marty O’Reilly
Acoustic blues, folk and soul by acoustic guitar duo. 6:30 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

Tuesday, June 19

Penny Hens
The “two-girl, one-man band” serenades the weekly Farmers Market ‘After Party.’ 7:30 p.m. Murphy’s Irish Pub. 935.0660.

October 7 & 8

B.R. Cohn Charity Music Festival
Tickets now on sale for Saturday, with The Doobie Brothers, Buddy Guy, The Turtles, Laura Johnston, Scars on 45 and another act to be announced. Sunday’s lineup includes The Doobie Brothers,
Kenny Loggins,
Eric Burdon and the Animals,
Dave Mason,
The Turtles,
Tyrone Wells, and 
Pat Simmons Jr. $85-$350. Brcohn.com.


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