20th January 2018

Saturday Night Jive: Adam Lieb's Disorderly House Band

What can we say, these guys are the true Spicy Vines' "disorderly" house band featuring Adam Lieb and friends. This is a must make show, as these guys always BRING IT! Watch their Spicy Vines performance of "Popcorn" from their September 2017 show. Like what you hear? You should take a look at Adam's Facebook page and give him a like!

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27th January 2018

Saturday Night Jive: Mimi and Gabe from Dgiin

Brother and sister duo, Gabe and Mimi Pirard are long time members and founders of a local French Gypsy Flamenco band Dgiin, whose music has created quite a stir with it’s memorable and energetic performances.

Originally from France and influenced by various styles of music such as Edith Piaf, Paco de Lucia and Django Reinhardt, the duo performs a variety of original songs mixed in to more traditional and folkloric tunes performed “a la Dgiin”. To get a feel for their style, check out SonoMusette, another band that Mimi performs with.

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3rd February 2018

Saturday Night Jive: Jeff Pierce Trio

This small ensemble will be bringing tasteful renditions of jazz standards from the likes of Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, and Antonio Carlos Jobim. The trio is comprised of East Bay guitarist Dave Bell, and acoustic bassist, Tom Shader and tenor saxophonist, Jeff Pierce, both from the North Bay. If you like jazz with your wine, this is the night to come out!

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10th February 2018

Saturday Night Jive: You Knew Me When

You Knew Me When - “The band’s lush sound belies its limited membership…it’s the percussive elements and rhythmic nuances that set “We Found Roads” apart from typical folk fare…YKMW’s music spills over with catchy melodies, beautiful harmonies and pillowy acoustic guitar, as well-crafted folk music often does. But Karisa and Cie also use rhythm to imbue their songs with a strong sense of momentum…The album is a reflection of mile-markers and moments derived from giving up everything and finding new paths together,” says the bio. And on “We Found Roads,” you kind of feel like you’re along for the ride.” – Bend Bulletin, BEND, OR

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Interested in having dinner served with the show? Place your order here.