Suggestions for Week of 9/23-9/29

Another great week of live in the Bay Area. Here are some suggestion for this week..

Monday September 23rd

Great American Music Hall 859 O’Farrell St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime. A great show tonight featuring Americana singer/songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews whose music is a blend of folk/world/country & pop.. The first thing that struck me about Courtney Marie is her incredibly powerful soulful voice. I really like her band as well. Highly recommended!!!!!!! $20-$44.50 Cover Charge..

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 9:30 PM-12:30 AM Showtime… Mike Olmos Presents The Sessions. Mike is a such a great trumpet player. He leads his all star Sessions for a great night of jazz.. Highly recommended!!!! N/C

Amnesia Bar 853 Valencia St, San Francisco 9:00 PM-11:55 PM Showtime..
The Earl Brothers are back. The bad boys of bluegrass, are irreverent energetic and a hell of a lot of fun. Highly recommended N/C

Local Edition 691 Market St, San Francisco 8:00 PM-Midnight Showtime..
The Fil Lorenz Orchestra is a high-voltage, crowd-pleasing big band born of the blues, with a sound defined by a searing, relentless horn section. Saxophonist/arranger Lorenz has assembled a musical cast of the highest standard, bringing some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most accomplished and adventurous jazz veterans together with some of the fertile San Francisco scene’s most promising up-and-coming players. Highly recommended!!!! No Cover Charge…

Mr.Tipples Mr. Tipples 39 Fell St, San Francisco 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.. One of the Bay area’s best Django inspired ensembles The French American Quartet plays a mix of gypsy jazz as well as standards by Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael and Gershwin. The group is lead by a great guitarist Steve Froberg supported by Hanna Mingano on violin, Fabrice Urrizalqui on drums, François Egron on bass. Highly recommended!!!!! N/C

If you live in the South Bay you may want to check out

Rio Theatre 1205 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime.
Bobby McFerrin is a revolutionary musical force whose work blurs the definitions of jazz, a capella, and classical music, while dispelling preconceptions regarding the limits of the human voice. Inspired by pianist Keith Jarrett to perform completely improvised solo concerts, McFerrin has established a reputation as one of the most iconic and influential vocalists alive, effortlessly jumping between octaves and seemingly singing multiple parts at once, in concerts that leave audiences slack-jawed in disbelief. He has collaborated with jazz and classical musicians including Chick Corea, Esperanza Spalding, and Yo Yo Ma, conducted the world’s major symphony orchestras, worked tirelessly as an educator and arts evangelist, scored an era-defining pop hit with “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and has received ten GRAMMY Awards. For this exclusive week of performances, McFerrin performs in collaboration with a superb group of guest musicians and vocalists.Highly recommended!!!!!!!! $36.75 Cover Charge..

Tuesday September 24th

Le Colonial 20 Cosmo Pl, San Francisco 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.. Le Hot Jazz. The spirit of Django is alive and well in San Francisco. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!!!!! N/C

Bar Fluxus 18 Harlan Pl, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:30 AM Showtime. Vibrason is another great band out of the Bay Area very reminiscent of some of the Cal Tjader bands. Highly recommended $10 Cover Charge.

The Pagan Idol 375 Bush St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. The Steve Lucky Carmen Getit Duo in a rare performance without the “Rhuba Bums”. I love the trio because it showcases the great musicianship of Steve and and Carmen’s vocals are reminiscent of Dina Washington, Ruth Brown and Etta James. Highly recommended!!!! N/C..

People in Plazas is the free noontime musical concert series in San Francisco public spaces. This is a great summer music series with over 120 free performances at lunchtime in a number of downtown public plazas Monday through Friday in July, August and September. Today’s noontime concert series lineup includes The Kenya-B-Trio, a great blues and funk trio performing Rincon Center located at 121 Spear Street; The Bay Area’s premier surf band Hiwatters will be performing at One Bush Street.

Jupiter 2181 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley 8:00 PM-11:00 PM Showtime.
Clyde The Blynd and His Trio will be performing his original compositions both old and new, plus songs from Don Cherry, Wayne Shorter and Augustus Pablo in this latest version of Clyde’s unique vision. N/C

Wednesday September 25th

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 9:30 PM-12:30 AM Showtime.
The Patrick Wolff Bebop Quartet is deeply rooted in the bebop tradition established by Bird, Clifford Jordan and Dexter Gordon. Patrick is absolutely my favorite Bay Area tenor player and he leads an outstanding group of musicians..N/C.

Local Edition 691 Market St, San Francisco 8:00 PM-11:45 PM Showtime..
Steve Lucky and the Rumba Bums perform vintage jazz, pounding boogie-woogie rhythms, sultry ballads, and funky-swinging New Orleans R&B. This band simply gives you the beat to move your feet. This will be a fun show. N/C

The Lucky Horseshoe Bar 453 Cortland Ave, San Francisco 8 PM-Midnight Showtime..
Ed Ivey’s Weekly Blues Jam gets the bar rocking. His weekly jam is really fun. N/C

Tupelo 1337 Grant Ave, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:00 AM Showtime.. If you don’t know
Johnny Z and the Camaros you should. They are such a fun rock and roll band. They will have Tupelo rockin’ out. N/C..

People in Plazas is the free noontime musical concert series in San Francisco public spaces. This is a great summer music series with over 120 free performances at lunchtime in a number of downtown public plazas Monday through Friday in July, August and September. Today’s noontime concert series lineup includes Citizen Jazz featuring Caroline Chung performs at 555 California Street; Master guitarist Mitch Polzak and The Royal Deuces perform at 505 Howard Street; Manteca Salsa-Jazz Combo features some of the finest Latin Music musicians in San Francisco, several of whom are Grammy-Winners performs at 101 California Street.

The Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St, Berkeley 8:00 PM Showtime..
Elvin Bishop is a legendary blues and rock icon will be performing with his Big Fun Trio. Elvin is so much fun and entertaining. Also on the bill are special guests Coco Montoyo and his band who swings like a jazz man and stings like the Iceman, Albert Collins. Coco is one of the truly gifted blues artists of his generation. Highly recommended!!!!!! $38 Cover Charge…

Thursday September 26th

Atlas Cafe 3049 20th Street, San Francisco 8:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime..
The Gil Cohen Trio is a really wonderful jazz trio. When I first heard Gil playing he reminded me a lot of Roy Eldridge’s sound. It turns that Roy was one of his major influences. Gil and his trio is definitely worth checking out. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Brick & Mortar Music Hall 1710 Mission St, San Francisco 9:00 PM Showtime. A great night of music featuring two amazing vocalists. New York based Americana soul singer/songwriter Kendra Morris is one of the great upcoming talents on the scene. Her powerful vocals straddles the line between soul and rock of the early ’70s. The bombshell with a rebel spirit, Julia Haltigan embodies the classic grit and style of the Lower East Side’s insurgent nature. Clad in leather, Julia’s dominating stage presence mesmerizes crowds. She uses her booming and soulful voice to draw the audience into her seductive embrace. Should be a great show..Highly recommended!!!!!! $18 Cover Charge…

Cafe du Nord 2174 Market St, San Francisco 7:30 PM Showtime..
The 2019 Noise Pop Festival presents Midwest born, Los Angeles-based musician and producer Katie Day whose songs about the Chicago Cubs have earned her countless on-air media spots, including WGN’s popular morning news program. Her work has been featured on Daytrotter, MTV’s Real World, ESPN, Spotify’s New Music Friday, and more. On her third EP, No Turning Back, Day poignantly channels the political frustrations of the past three years into four dreamy indie pop anthems that are as inspiring as they are contagious. Also on the bill is bassist Suzanne Galal aka Suzanimal, a psychedelic pop project from San Francisco singer, songwriter and whose music is inspired by her love of the Talking Heads, Sylvan Esso, and LCD Soundsystem. Fuzz pop rockers Surf Bored rounds out the night. Highly recommended!!!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

Tupelo 1337 Grant Ave, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:00 AM Showtime.. Somewhere between Joan Jett and Bonnie Raitt lies GG Amos. This is one badass chick with one badass band. This is one of my very favorite local blues band. Highly recommended!! N/C

Red Poppy Art House 2698 Folsom St, San Francisco 7:30 PM-9:30 PM Showtime..
The Bywater Band is one of Boston’s fiercest and most innovative Celtic ensembles. The band draws on their roots in the Scottish and Irish traditions to create tight tune sets and emotional song renditions. Their music combines original compositions, improvisation, and tones of American roots music, giving it a fresh feel. Their creativity within the tradition, combined with their passionate performances and instrumental virtuosity, have made their debut album, Bywater, beloved of listeners around the country; it serves as a reminder of why traditional music continues to be relevant across continents and generations. Highly recommended!!!!!! $25 Cover Charge…

People in Plazas is the free noontime musical concert series in San Francisco public spaces. This is a great summer music series with over 120 free performances at lunchtime in a number of downtown public plazas Monday through Friday in July, August and September. Today’s noontime concert series lineup includes NoCoasters a very innovative Bay Area jazz group will be playing at 303 2nd Street; one of my favorite steel drum Calypso bands Shabang will be performing at 333 Market Street..

The Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St, Berkeley 8:00 PM Showtime..
Elvin Bishop is a legendary blues and rock icon will be performing with his Big Fun Trio. Elvin is so much fun and entertaining. Also on the bill are special guests Coco Montoyo and his band who swings like a jazz man and stings like the Iceman, Albert Collins. Coco is one of the truly gifted blues artists of his generation. Highly recommended!!!!!! $38 Cover Charge…

The Greek Theatre 2001 Gayley Rd, Berkeley 5:30 PM Showtime.. One of the seminal Southern California punk rock bands of the late seventies and punk/rockabllly pioneers Social Distortion headlines a great show also featuring Celtic punk rockers Flogging Molly, one of the great American bands performing today The Devil Makes Three whose music is a blending bluegrass, old time, country, folk, blues, jazz, and ragtime music. Opening up the show is the Mexican garage punk rock band Le Butcherettes. Highly recommended!!!!!! $49.50 Cover Charge..

Green Music Center 1801 E Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park 7:30 PM Showtime.Singer/pianist
Diana Krall is not only one of jazz musics great performers but one of its most recognizable as well. Diane’s interest in jazz came from her father, a stride piano player with an extensive record collection. “I think Dad has every recording Fats Waller ever made,” she said, “and I tried to learn them all.” By 1990, she was based in New York, performing with a trio and singing, as well as recording several albums, including the Nat “King” Cole tribute All for You. With her pre-bop piano style, cool but sensual singing, and fortuitously photogenic looks, Diana Krall took the jazz world by storm in the late ’90s with her album When I Look in Your Eyes — an international best-seller and earned her a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance. It also was the first jazz album to be nominated for Album of the Year in twenty-five years. Krall continued recording after the turn of the twenty first century, releasing several successful albums featuring music from different genres, including the bossa nova-themed Quiet Nights, ragtime and early jazz covers onGlad Rag Doll, and pop selections from the sixties onward on Wallflower. Highly recommended!!!!! Cover Charges start at $25..

Friday September 27th

August Hall 420 Mason St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. Brazil’s most recognizable and pioneering forro band Falamansa will have the house dancing with their contagious rhythm of the style. This should be a great show. Highly recommended!!!!!!! $45-$70 Cover Charge….

Bimbo’s 365 Club 1025 Columbus Ave, San Francisco 9:00 PM Showtime.. America’s loudest lounge singer Richard Cheese performs swingin’ Vegas versions of rock and rap songs, “swankifying” popular Top 40 hits into retro vocal standards. Imagine Sinatra singing Radiohead, and you’ve got Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine. This lounge legend with his snappy jazz trio, his tiger-striped tuxedo, and his enormous microphone presents the perfect mix of music, martini, and madcap. Viva Las Queso! Highly recommended!!!!! $39-$75 Cover Charge…

Bottom of the Hill 1233 17th St, San Francisco 8:30 PM Showtime… A fun night of music featuring a great blues/roots/punk band from St. Louis Daddy Longlegs. San Francisco based heavy pop rockers Apache and Bay Area glam punk rock and rollers Slick round out the night. Highly recommended!!!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

Red Poppy Art House 2698 Folsom St, San Francisco 7:30 PM-10:00 PM Showtime..
The French Oak Gypsy Band, is a wild-around-the-edges experience, melding French jazz manouche and chanson, New Orleans jazz, global traditions, and folk. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the band features North Bay native and vocalist title Stella Heath as the leader, French/American guitarist Gabriel Pirard, reed player James Inciardi, standup bassist Skyler Stover, and drummer Jamie Foster. With their French-inspired global panoply of sounds spotlighting Heath’s magnetic vocals and the band’s tight rhythms, they transport their audiences to lands unknown.
Highly recommended!!!!!! $20 Cover Charge..

People in Plazas is the free noontime musical concert series in San Francisco public spaces. This is a great summer music series with over 120 free performances at lunchtime in a number of downtown public plazas Monday through Friday in July, August and September. Today’s noontime concert series lineup includes the country/western swing ensemble
The B Stars performing at 555 Mission Street; the jazz pop Dee Spencer Trio with r&b vocalist Rene Lubin performs at 425 Market Street..

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 8:00 PM & 10:00 PM Showtimes…. The John Santos Sextet is one of the premier Afro-Latin Jazz groups in the world. They present original compositions and arrangements, and Latin American and Jazz Classics with a contemporary twist. The JS Sextet includes John Santos on percussion, David Flores on drums, Dr. John Calloway on flute, Marco Diaz on piano, Saul Sierra on bass, Charlie Gurke on saxes with and Kenny Washington & Tammi Brown on vocals,… Highly recommended!!!!!! $27 Cover Charge..

The Terrace Room 1800 Madison St, Oakland 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime..
Steve Lucky and the Rumba Bums perform vintage jazz, pounding boogie woogie rhythms, sultry ballads, and funky-swinging New Orleans R&B. This band simply gives you the beat to move your feet. This will be a fun show. N/C.

Speisekammer 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda 8:30 PM Showtime.. The Americano Social Club plays music for “la dolce vita”: a mix of romantic and eclectic melodies from all over the world including pop, jazz, folk, classical, rock, opera, the music of Brazil and Europe’s cafés as well as some great original pieces. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!!!! N/C

The 62nd Monterey Jazz Festival is one of the most celebrated and important jazz festivals in the world. Every September sees the same caliber of talent grace the now eight stages on the Monterey Fairgrounds, as the Monterey Jazz Festival presents the best jazz performers in the world for a three-day celebration of the best in jazz. This year is no exception. The festival kicks off today with with headliners including Diana Krall, Chris Potter, Christian McBride and Gerald Clayton. In addition, the Monterey Jazz Festival features jazz conversations, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, clinics, and an international array of food, shopping, and festivities spread throughout the 20-acre Monterey County Fairgrounds. For ticket information go to Monterey Jazz Festival Tickets..

Saturday September 28th

Yerba Buena Gardens Festival 701 Mission Street San Francisco 1:00 PM-2:30 PM Showtime.. La Misa Negra is one reason why Oakland maintains its vaunted reputation as a proving ground for new sounds. Steeped in cumbia but inspired by the Afro-Caribbean rhythmic continuum, this seven-piece combo brings the compressed energy of punk rock and the call-and-response cadences of hip hop to the Latin music dance floor. Founded in 2011 by composer, guitarist, and accordion player Marco Polo Santiago, the band features the charismatic vocals of Colombian-born Diana Trujillo, saxophonists Justin Chin and Morgan Nilsen, bassist/percussionist Paul Martin Sounder, and percussionists Craig Bravo and Elena de Troya. Powered by surging saxophone riffs, churning percussion, and righteous accordion lines, the band’s combustible performances and infectious grooves have earned a diverse array fans at festivals and concert halls around the country. Highly Recommended!!! N/C..

Revolution Cafe 3248 22nd St, San Francisco 5:00 PM-8:30 PM Showtime..
Westside Jazz Club, lead by the wonderful tenor saxophonist Scott Silverberg, is a collective of innovative jazz musicians performing jazz standards, challenging modern compositions and freshly-updated classics. I have seen this ensemble a number of time and they never disappoint.. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Milk Bar 1840 Haight St, San Francisco 8:00PM Showtime… Grammy nominated blues & folk singer/songwriter and New Orleans native Andrew Duhon has been described as a soulful mate of Van Morrison. A nice intimate venue to see Andrew.. Highly recommended!!!!!$12 Cover Charge..

Red Poppy Art House 2698 Folsom St, San Francisco 7:30 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.. Corazon Tango presents traditional and contemporary Argentine tango pieces arranged by world-renowned maestros from the mid-twentieth century to the present. The program will include a variety of solo, duo, trio, and quartet arrangements. The group features Hanel Yeon on bandoneon, Sumi Lee on piano, YoonHo Jeong on contrabass and Maximiliano Larrea (guest artist) on guitar. Highly recommended!!!!! $25-$30 Cover Charge..

The Fox Theatre 1807 Telegraph Ave, Oakland 8:00 PM Showtime. Indie Americana singer-songwriter, musician, and actress Jenny Lewis is a great performer who puts on a great rocking show. Highly recommended!!!! $37.50 Cover Charge..

Speisekammer 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda 8:30 PM Showtime.. Howell Devine is the massively talented NorCal trio featuring Joshua Howell (Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica)Pete Devine (Drums & Washboard) and Joe Kyle Jr. (Upright Bass). HowellDevine breaks from the norm, providing rich and complex textures integral to the music rather than simple backing for a soloist. The result is a sound which stands in stark contrast to the typical blues heard in bars these days and would more likely be shaking the floors of a Southern juke joint some 70 years ago. Highly recommended!!!! No Cover Charge.. N/C

Fifth Street Farms 1517 Fifth Street, Berkeley 7:30 Showtime.. A great show tonight featuring Memphis based Americana singer, songwriter, upright bass player and actress Amy LaVere. Her music combines a blend of classic country, gypsy jazz, and southern soul. She is a great performer as well.. Highly recommended!!!!! $25 Cover Charge..

The Greek Theatre 2001 Gayley Rd, Berkeley 7:30 PM Showtime…. Gary Clark Jr. is carrying on the Texas tradition of trail blazing blues guitar innovators and legends before him. His playing is a joyous fusion of blues, rock ,soul with elements of hip hop. No wonder Rolling Stone Magazine anointed him “The Chosen One”. Highly recommended!!!!!! $54 Cover Charge….

Ivy Room 860 San Pablo Ave, Albany 9:00 PM Showtime. The Ivy Room Presents King George A Tribute to George Jones. Crying Time and Friends with special guest pedal steel master Bobby Black play the songs of George Jones. Highly recommended!!!!!! $20 Cover Charge..

Mountain Winery Concert Series 14831 Pierce Rd, Saratoga 7:30 PM Showtime. Two legendary bands perform on the same bill this evening. Former Members features former members of the legendary new wave group Oingo Boingo, performing hits “Dead Man’s Party,” “Weird Science,” “We Close Our Eyes,” “Only a Lad,” “Just Another Day,” “Stay,” “Out Of Control,” “Who Do You Want To Be,” ”Gratitude,” Private Life,” and many more. San Francisco based rock legends The Tubes featuring Fee Waybill will be performing their classics “White Punks On Dope”, “She’s a Beauty” and many more. New Jersey based rock/power pop band Dramarama round out a great night of music. Highly recommended!!!!!!! $39-$275 Cover Charge..

IF you are in and around Santa Cruz you may want to check out

Rio Theatre 1205 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz 8:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.
Jim Messina’s legacy of musical genius spans five decades, three super groups including Poco which defined a new musical genre Country Rock and Loggins & Messina which became one of rock’s most successful recording duos ever. This should be a great show.. Highly recommended!!!!!! $50 Cover Charge..

The 62nd Monterey Jazz Festival is one of the most celebrated and important jazz festivals in the world. Every September sees the same caliber of talent grace the now eight stages on the Monterey Fairgrounds, as the Monterey Jazz Festival presents the best jazz performers in the world for a three-day celebration of the best in jazz. This year is no exception. The festival continues today with headliners including Chris Botti, Elaine Elias and
Allison Miller. In addition, the Monterey Jazz Festival features jazz conversations, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, clinics, and an international array of food, shopping, and festivities spread throughout the 20-acre Monterey County Fairgrounds. For ticket information go to Monterey Jazz Festival Tickets..

Sunday September 29th

The Fillmore 1805 Geary Blvd, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime. A fun night of music featuring two great musicians. Singer/songwriter Marc Broussard is an artist with a unique gift of channeling the spirits of classic R&B, rock and soul into contemporary terms. His style is best described as “Bayou Soul”, a mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock, and pop, matched with distinct Southern roots. American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist
Samantha Fish has quickly established herself as a rising star in the contemporary blues world. The charismatic young singer-guitarist-songwriter has earned a reputation as a rising guitar hero and powerful live performer. The New York Times called Fish “an impressive blues guitarist who sings with sweet power” and “one of the genre’s most promising young talents.” Highly recommended!!!!!!!! $29.50 Cover Charge..

The Lucky Horseshoe Bar 453 Cortland Ave, San Francisco 4:00 PM-7:00 PM Showtime..
Bernal Hillbillies.. A great three hours of bluegrass music at a really great venue reminiscent of the jams at the Old Paul Saloon many years ago. N/C

Amnesia Bar 853 Valencia St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime..
The Hot Baked Goods are a band of young jazz musicians playing hot tunes of the 30’s. Most of the band members started as swing dancers, and became so infatuated with the music that they decided to make some themselves. I saw them at the Amnesia and this band really swings. N/C

The Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St, Berkeley 8:00 PM Showtime..
Pokey LaFarge plays a mix of oldtime jazz, blues, ragtime and string band music. I love his arrangements of Hoagy Carmichael classics like “Riverboat Shuffle” and “Lazybones”. He is on his first solo tour. This should be a good show. Highly recommended!!!!!! $28 Cover Charge…

Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society 311 Mirada Rd, Half Moon Bay 4:30 PM Showtime.Houston based prodigious musician, composer and bandleader Kendrick Scott brings his quintet Kendrick Scott Oracle which was conceived from the influence of jazz master Art Blakey and the movie The Matrix as a call to question the status quo. Each member of this first-class quintet possesses a powerful transparency in their sound that cuts to the core of the music and embraces the others around them. Oracle includes Kendrick Scott on drums, John Ellis om saxophone, Michael Moreno on guitar, Taylor Eigsti on piano and Joe Sanders on bass. Highly recommended!!!!!! $35/$45 Cover Charge..

The 62nd Monterey Jazz Festival is one of the most celebrated and important jazz festivals in the world. Every September sees the same caliber of talent grace the now eight stages on the Monterey Fairgrounds, as the Monterey Jazz Festival presents the best jazz performers in the world for a three-day celebration of the best in jazz. This year is no exception. The festival concludes today with headliners Snarky Puppy, Jazzmeia Horn and
Ambroise Akinmusire. In addition, the Monterey Jazz Festival features jazz conversations, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, clinics, and an international array of food, shopping, and festivities spread throughout the 20-acre Monterey County Fairgrounds. For ticket information go to Monterey Jazz Festival Tickets..

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