Calistoga March Music Festival
"Mustard, Mud & Music"
The Napa Valley town of Calistoga will usher in the spring season with the Annual Calistoga Music Festival: Mustard, Mud & Music, Saturday, March 9th 2013.
The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce has coordinated a full roster of musical talent ranging from the sultry jazz of Maxx Cabello Jr., to rock n’ roll of The Beatles Flashback, and everything in between. Main Street will turn into an Avenue of Experiences as you stroll from stop to stop to enjoy music, food, wine, art and wellness.
Calistoga welcomes you to experience its quaint downtown. Music venues will range from outdoor stages to intimate gatherings hosted by our downtown businesses. Enjoy our emerging art scene as our galleries host musicians and wineries. The restaurants will prepare special menu items and even to-go bites so you can continue to stroll and shop along the Avenue. Stop in at the wellness center for a 5-minute neck massage and learn about the varied wellness offerings unique to Calistoga.
Tickets will go on sale on-line February 6 for a cost of $35. Tickets will be $40 the day of the event. General admission tickets will include 10 tasting tickets, good for music, wine and food tastes (additional tasting tickets 2 for $5.00) and an event program with map.
We look forward to seeing you in Calistoga to celebrate Music, Art, Food, Wine & Wellness in the Napa Valley.
More details to come:
Music:Beatles Flashback - Beatles Flashback is the North Bay's premier Beatles band playing all of your favorite Fab Gour tunes. You will hear all of your favorites including She Love You, I Want to Hold Your Hand, Day Tripper, Yellow Submarine and Hey Jude. There is nothing like that familiar Beatles guitar sound, those distinct Beatles harmonies, and those one of a kind melodies and favorite songs that are uniquely Beatles.Maxx Cabello, Jr. - His shades of music are reminiscent of the most renowned guitarists of our time. In his work are the inspirations of Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana, but Maxx definitely adds his own artistry, showing only influences by the guitar lengends. His hard driving method of playing is accomplished as well as energetic. His singing is clear and strong as he expresses his music with sensitivity and honesty giving him a very recognizable voice.Taylor Brown - Taylor's acoustic, no-gimmicks aesthetic earns him a spot among a proud line of American Folk Musicians. His raw musical prowess and background provide the substance to set this young artist apart. Brown steadily toured with folk musician Kate Taylor (sister of James Taylor). This provided him the opportunity to work with legendary musicians, amoung others- Tom Rush, Levon Helm and Carly Simon.The Rebob's - These guys are best known for their dark-and-swingy bluesy sounds. The Rebobs draw inspiration from The Reverend Horton Heat, The Pine Box Boys, Django Reinhardt, Led Zeppelin and Stevie Ray Vaughan.Michael Thomason Band - Straight-from-the-hip songs about loneliness, betrayal and good love gone bad they put a new spin on eternal country themes in a resounding twang that proudly displays the influences of Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams and Elvis Presley.Sandor Y Su Mecanica~Musica Cuban - Sandor Merlin Moss is an SF Bay Area Native who got his start on the drums at 11 years old. He studied and mentored the late great Jazz Legend, Bob Braye. He recieved a full scholarship to The New School Jazz Program in NYC and went on to study at The Escuela Nacional De Arte in Havana, Cuba. He went on to form his Cuban Salsa/Latin Jazz band who are very busy in the Bay Area. Sandor helped headline The Fillmore Jazz Festival with the very popular Tito Y Su Son de Cuba.David Neft - David has been a long time favorite of the Bay Area for pure & simple jazzy piano stylings. He especially enjoys playing music from the 20's to the 60's - great familiar classic songs and melodies.Sally Fletcher - Sally's delightful music will entice you away from worldly cares. She offers a masterful harp repertoire, with a personal grasp of music's healing qualities.Susan Sutton Trio - Jazz pianist, vocalist and composer Susan Sutton and her Trio have been captivating West Coast audiences for years, offering an exciting blend of original, upbeat and Latin-inspired jazz compositions and favorite standards from soft romantic to festive and highly spirited.Gregory Leupp - A long time resident of Calistoga Gregory is a master player of classical guitar, jazz and composition. Fitting that he will be playing at the Indian Springs Gallery as his photot work is on display in the gallery.Decades - Present a vibrant and diverse act that's sure to please every member of their audience. From Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" to Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance", DECADES' quadruple barreled vocalists and energized rhythm section truly shine when playing hits from the 1950's to today.Tritones - Napa Valley trio playing jazz and blues.Vine Dawgs - The Vine Dawgz are Northern California's delicately aged classic rock PARTY band!Chris Vorland - Classically trained guitarist Chris Vorland presents original compositions of Flamenco and Dub Raggae. A Napa Valley local, Chris also plays with his band One Frequency up and down the valley and can be seen every Saturday at La Condesa restaurant in St. Helena.Tonette Jeanine - Considered a "true entertainer," T.J. has a three octave range, and a voice that is mesmerizing, rich and powerful! One minute she is belting out a tune reminiscent of Chaka Khan, and the next, singing a ballad in the sultry husky tones of Sarah Vaughn.And More: