KZFR Community Radio 90.1 FM presents and evening of the music of the Grateful Dead. Reckoning brings their acoustic sounds to the stage to begin the evening and Wake Of The Dead will finish off the evening with the electric sounds of the Grateful Dead. Please join Wake Of The Dead and Reckoning for a night full of magical music that supports community radio, too!
Just a few times each year the Pub Scout Irish Rock Band gathers to wow you during that favorite time of year. Well it’s that time again starting at 4 pm. this Friday at Duffy’s Tavern.
Wow, talk about a night of free music! Bradley Ralphe & The Family For The Night, The Devil You Know, Get Foxy and Moon Bears all perform for free for your pleasure. All you have to do is be here.
It’s a night full of music at the DownLo with Bradley Ralphe & The Family For The Night and more! Join us.
It’s time for more music at the 1078 Gallery on Thursday when Grandparents out of Portland bring their music to town. Joining them will be local artists Dakota Cree and 3House. Grandparents, Dakota Cree, 3House all musicians with a voice. Come listen.
Mystic Roots celebrates the release of a new video, “Summer Festival” by having a party all over Chico. We are not exactly sure where they will get their party started on Friday evening. But, when they hit the Plaza Park stage downtown (7 pm.), they are sure to get your partied started.
This groovin’ California reggae act loves to celebrate with their home crowd. Once they have half of downtown revved up and ready to go, they perform again later in the evening at LaSalles Bar. With songs to keep you dancing all night long, you should be there as Mystic Roots celebrates.
Three Fingers Whiskey music, sunshine and beer mixed in for good measure, and the party was on at the 19th Annual Microbrew Festival in Chico. With music in the air and the stage located at the far end of a long run of beer sampling booths, it was easy to keep cool, and keep sampling both beer and music. There was plenty of water to stay hydrated, with offerings of food, and beer both in the main hall, and along the tree lined outdoor walkway. It was a nice Chico sized party celebrating beer, music, food and people.
Three Fingers Whiskey kicked off the musical performances during the annual beer festival held, this year, in early June. The Jeff Pershing Band performed a later in the afternoon. The Jeff Pershing Band and Three Fingers Whiskey have provided the musical entertainment for this crazy fun event for last several years.
The annual beer festival sells out every year and is hosted by the Soroptimist of Bidwell Rancho in Chico. This festival of beer is held each year at Manzanita Place, known by old timers as the Elks Lodge, in Chico. Remember to get your tickets early as this fun event does sell out.
The Jeff Pershing Band gets people dancing during the 19th annual beer festival held in Chico. The festival is hosted by the Soroptimist of Bidwell Rancho in Chico, and held at Manzanita Place, known by old timers as the Elks Lodge, in Chico. Remember to get your tickets early as this fun event does sell out.
Jason Beltz is rockin’ with Three Fingers Whiskey as he performs at the Tackle Box in March of this year. Playing a mix of country music cover songs and originals, you can count on music to dance to when Three Fingers Whiskey is on stage. This five piece band wouldn’t be complete without Jason’s wife Lindsay performing on keyboards and vocals to round out the sound of the hard driven country band. Jade Hopkins the other original member(guitar,vocals) provides the slide guitar sounds that just makes the music feel right. With Dyami Klein (drums, vocals) and Mike Riley bringing in the solid bass lines to keep everything steady, you’re always in for a good time.
Shown here performing at the Tackle Box, Three Fingers Whiskey performs several times each year. Watch the calendar for details. And go dance!
Local professor, and musician Curtis Peldo (Dog Named Blue) has formed a group of experienced, talented musicians as Bahapki arrives on the scene performing in downtown Chico at the Women’s Club in support of local community radio station KZFR 90.1 FM in a fundraiser at the beginning of June.
The group is charging out of the gates with a full band sound including two keyboardists, lap steel guitar, rhythm, and bass guitars, a horn section, kit drum set-up and a percussionist, vocalists, and the incomparable Larry Peterson, on lead guitar. There are a band not to be missed. Catch their next performance and you will be glad you did.