Lake County Music Guide – 10/20/21 – The Bloom

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Let’s come to the live music guide for the week of 10/19 to 10/26…

On Sunday afternoon from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Dave Broida and Blues Farm will be inside the KCB cheering for the rain with some of the best Blues you’ll hear here at The LC. Take it from the top, Dave! …

Thursday at The Saw Shop Public House in Kelseyville, weather permitting, The Hip Replacements will rock the sidewalk under the tent or model stylish new umbrellas for the upcoming rainy season. If they do move, it’s 6pm to 9pm… Great food and full bar – just say…

On Sundays, (also weather permitting), The Rural Jazz Collective will either play Rainy Day Jazz during Sunday Brunch from 11am to 2am, or engage in a ruckus involving galoshes. It should be fun anyway… Reservations are recommended…

On Friday and Saturday nights, The Hill Street Band will keep you out of the rain and dance to you when they play at the Twin Pine Casino in Middletown from 9am to 1:30 am. Water-repellent mascara is strongly recommended …

On Friday Robinson Rancheria in Nice will feature the uplifting music of John Paul Hodge. With or without rain, this guy is amazing. On Saturday nights, put on your pointy boots (and especially wear your Stetson Western Hat rain cover), as Bobby Zoppi and Corduroy will bring you your USRDA of Two Steppin ‘Music and other country favorites from 9am to 1am.

On Saturdays, the Farmer’s Finest Farmers Market will feature fresh, locally grown fruit and veg in the rain, plus an assortment of handcrafted items you can’t live without, while enjoying music from Bill Vanderwall from 10am to 1h. This event takes place at Steele Winery off Highway 29 near Finley. And thank you for supporting our local farmers.

Rivino’s Winery in Ukiah will present a double show on Saturday featuring Fair Wind at 1:00 p.m. and Waylon and The Wildcats at 4:00 p.m. Hopefully the good wind blows the rain clouds away and this event ends up being fun for everyone who attends …

The Ukiah Brewing Co will present the music of Hilary and Christiane on Saturday at 6.30am. On Sundays from 5 pm to 7 pm come and see The Jazz Dudes, (I would say they play Greek music from Bouzoukia, but then again I may be all wet…).

For members of the Langtry Farm and Winery Wine Club in the Middletown area, this will be an evening of wine picking featuring exceptional music from Austin and Owens. So while you listen to the beat of the falling rain, and of course, pick up your monthly wine selections, you get A&O’s masterful music – triple play…

On Saturdays, rain or shine, The Hip Replacements, (BTW, Mojo takes this name …), will keep you dry and dancing indoors at the Rivieria Hills Lounge on the Riviera from 6-10. Believe it or no, the view of the Riv is just as breathtaking when it rains …

O’Meara Bros Brewing is pleased to present the energetic music of Take Two. It doesn’t matter if you are indoors because of the rain, you are probably going to get wet from all the dancing you are going to do. These two are so much fun, you might just need a second glass of one of O’Bros’ many great craft beers just to cool off. And I’m not really known for hyperbole …

The Moose Lodge in Clearlake Oaks will prove that when it rains, it rains on Saturdays with a Rock / Metal Extravaganza featuring A Life In Exile, Stryk 9 and Dead Lxve, starting at 7:00 am. The cost is $ 5.00. Practice your headbanging and remember that the coloring spray can run off if you are in the rain …

And as always, the Blue Wing Saloon in Upper Lake will feature live music all weekend starting Friday night, when Majide performs delicious Torch Ballads, Blues Standards and an assortment of other popular songs from another age. , all from 6 to 8 a.m. . Saturday, come see Anthony “The Alligator” Hill from 6am to 8am. If you like to listen to a savage playing the accordion, this is your man. The Alligator is back for Sunday brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. For their Sunday dinner, fun guitarist / singer Hillarie Wilt will perform for your viewing pleasure from 6am to 8pm. And to complete their (wet?) Weekend musical program, The Hip Replacements will be back for Monday Blues from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Should it rain for any of these events, music could be brought indoors where tables are limited, so please reserve…

Okay, the rain theme was a bit too silly, right? But we need the rain. Growing up in Los Angeles it seemed like it was always raining while I slept, so as far as I’m concerned, it can rain from midnight to sunrise every day for the next few weeks – do I ask? too much ?…

Oh, I thought I would send you a PSA; On Thursday, the Konocti Vista Casino will host a job fair from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. for those who have worked in the hotel industry or who wish to do so. There are a lot of local jobs in the county that need to be filled, so if you’re fed up with watching reality shows 24/7, this might be a good opportunity to find a job. use. Please call Dawn at 707-681-2016 for more information. In the meantime, if you’re planning to brave the storms this week to see some live music, have fun, but be careful…

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Mike Guarniero

Mike has been playing professionally, both acoustically and electric, for over 40 years. He paid his dues into a strong Sonoma County music scene in the ’80s and’ 90s, then was a DJ for 10 years after moving to Lake County in 1996. After retiring from his 26-year job , because he recognized a growing local music scene, he decided to devote himself again to live music. He never looked back. With his usual band, Dr. Groove, he played lead guitar for local bands (Fargo Bros, Blues Farm, CAM Band, Borrowed Time, Time Travelers). He has played acoustic guitar in some of our local wineries, restaurants, farmers markets and art galleries. He is also a semi-regular who supports various local Open Mics in Lake County. He writes and records original songs and has also recorded original demos for other artists. For the past three years, he’s published a local music guide on Facebook called the Lake County Music Guide.


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