Music at the Pub
On Wednesdays, come on down to the Pub for some great food, incredible beers, and enjoy some great music. Here's what's upcoming:
Please send booking inquiries to email@example.com. Music starts at 8pm except for Thursday September 24th at 8:30.
Wednesday September 2nd
Todos Santos is Wendy Fitz, Gary Bauman, and Jack Pribble; an acoustic trio created in the small village in Baja California that inspired the name. The band’s sound has been described as “Cantina Americana”, a harmony driven mixture of soaring vocals, fiery guitars, and accordion. The music is roots to the core and includes not only originals but also many unique covers.
Visit their website at: www.todossantostheband.com.
Wednesday September 9th
Matt Eakle Band
The flutist in the David Grisman Quintet since 1989, Matt Eakle, teams up with Joey Edelman on piano, Alex Baum on bass and Jack Dorsey on drums to create a synergy that is a force of nature. The Matt Eakle Band plays all original instrumental jams inspired by traditions from New Orleans to Bombay. “Matt Eakle & his band have brought their incredible flute fired fusion energy & music to the Iron Springs Pub & Brewery this past year,” says Mike Altman, owner, “and Fairfax is truly a better place because of this. Matt and his band are consummate professionals, and from the very first note played they mesmerize the room with their incredibly tight and polished jams. Do yourself a favor and make a bee line to wherever the Matt Eakle Band is playing to see what flute fired fusion is all about!”
Wednesday September 16th:
Scott Guberman Band
Scott Guberman’s band members are some of the Bay Area’s best musicians.
Mike Pascale- bass/vocals
Pete Lavazolli- drums/vocals
Alex Jordan- guitar/vocals
Scott Guberman has performed in various venues throughout the U.S. with various musicians. He Played B-3 on a CD with Buddy Cage of Bob Dylan; Toured with Tom Constanten at the Grateful Dead; Toured with Vince Welnick of the Grateful Dead; Former member of Jaimoe’s (Allman Brothers) Jasssz Band; performed with Reed Mathis of Billy and The Kids and Golden Gate Wingmen; Performed with bassist Mike Gordon of Phish; Performed with Dave Stoltz and Matt Zeiner of The Dickey Betts Band; Performed with Kali Baba of Arloe Guthrie; Performed with Jeff Pevar of Crosby Stills and Nash; Performed with Melvin Seals of Jerry Garcia Band; Performed with Scott Murawski of KBM Trio, Performed with Mark Karan (Dave Mason, Huey Lewis), Robin Sylvester, and Kenny Brooks of Bob Weir and Ratdog, Performed with Donna Jean Godchaux of the Grateful Dead, Performed with Sebastian Bach of Skid Roe, Performed with Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers.
THURSDAY September 24th
4th Annual All Star Birthday Show (8:30 pm)
Another trip around the sun for Mike, which means it is time for the annual all star birthday jam featuring an amazing line up that will be announced the first week of September. More details on exact show time, poster info to follow! This is going to be a barn burner, save the date…
Please send booking inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Music starts at 8pm.
10th annual Jerry Garcia Birthday Tribute Show featuring The Grateful Bluegrass Boys
Grateful Bluegrass Boys began when Aaron Redner (Hot Buttered Rum) and David Thom (Vintage Grass), both Sonoma residents, decided to mesh their love for traditional Bluegrass music with the songs of the Grateful Dead. Russel Simon (Rusty Stringfield) also joined the mix on bass and the trio played a few private events before deciding to play in Bay Area clubs and festivals. Ben Jacobs (Poor Man’s Whiskey) plays accordion and a rotating cast of musicians fill out the band.
Wednesday August 12th
Jazz In The Neighborhood
The mission of Jazz in the Neighborhood:
“To celebrate and invigorate the Bay Area’s rich musical jazz heritage by creating more opportunities for established local musicians to perform, mentor aspiring players, and share this great American art form with the community.
Through collaboration with school music programs and adult big bands, the project enables top-caliber artists to push creative boundaries while helping developing musicians “learn on the bandstand” according to the great jazz tradition.
Performances in neighborhood venues not only showcase our wealth of local talent, but also create regular destinations for people to enjoy rich cultural and social experiences where they live.”
Wednesday August 19th
Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire
The Worlds Finest Johnny Cash Tribute
Rockabilly Hall of Famer, Rusty Evans and his band Ring of Fire have been burning up the California festival circuit with his rollicking tribute to country music icon Johnny Cash.
With a voice of rolling thunder and a spirit like gentle rain Rusty has been wowing audiences from Nashville to San Francisco with his stunning tribute to the “Man In Black”. His weighted drawl doles out molasses-coated syllables, putting an upbeat spin on less than optimistic situations. Lending his own touch to world famous songs Rusty honors the Man in Black with soulful honesty and exuberance.
Driving rhythms on his amplified acoustic Martin guitar are augmented by his energetic three-piece band Ring of Fire. A hot rockin’ lead guitar, driving bass and drums create the powerful and irresistible Johnny Cash signature sound, a pulse that drives folks right to the dance floor. People often comment on how much Rusty actually looks like the Man in Black. He’s honored by the compliment and destined to continue in the spirit of the country music legend he holds in such high regard.
Wednesday August 26th
Belle Monroe & Her Brewglass Boys
Belle Monroe and her Brewglass Boys have been laying it on the line for Bay Area bluegrass lovers for over a decade. While the band has a great appreciation for traditional bluegrass music, they don’t quite play it straight; they inject a bit of blues, a smidgen of swing, and a whole lot of fun and frenetic energy. Their repertoire includes original bluegrass and versions of popular classics that are distinctively ‘Brewglass’.