Happy Hour Bash with Johnny Cash Tribute: Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire
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Jazzi Jan
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Leave it to Diva
Jul 5 View More
West Coast Songwriters Competition
Jul 7 View More
Pro Blues Jam: Stax Is Back Music of Memphis
Jul 8 View More
Beer Tasting with Lagunitas Brewing Company
Jul 9 View More
Erin & The Project
Jul 9 View More
The Sun Kings: A Beatles Tribute
Jul 10 View More
Will Russ Jr.: Tribute to Sam Cooke & the Great Soul Singers
Jul 11 View More
Kurt Huget
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  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Hunter & The Dirty Jacks is made up of an all-star cast of Los Angeles and Orange County musicians who have been playing religiously and regionally for over ten years. Fronted by Hunter Ackerman, the band has established a critically-acclaimed weekly residency at Harvelle’s in Santa Monica and are currently ranked third on LA Rock & Roll ReverbNation charts. Collectively, they have played with Eric Sardinas, Jimmy Vivino, Guitar Shorty, Roy Gaines, Jeff Dale, Glen Doll, Dennis Jones, Kirk Fletcher, Shawn Jones, Joey Delgado, and Coco Montoya. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Stefanie Keys beautifully blends her own brand of Folk, Rock, and Soul. Keys tours nationally with Big Brother & The Holding Co., singing the part of Janis Joplin with Joplin’s original band. She has played with George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars on a tour of the Pacific Northwest, and recently worked with members of John Lee Hooker’s Coast To Coast Blues band. Keys’ strong songs and powerful performance embody the spirit of a true front woman. As a singer-songwriter, she unleashes the power of her soulful voice and reveals her vulnerable side too. In her live show, she features... Read More
  • Crossing all genres of music, innovative San Francisco composer, producer, and percussionist James Henry brings dynamic, contagious energy to the stage. Having toured the world with Columbia recording artist Pablo Cruise, he has also collaborated with the likes of Taj Mahal, Robben Ford, Sly Stone, Buddy Miles, Merl Saunders, Pete Escovedo, and Tom Jones. His music combines the world grooves of Reggae, Soca, Afro Cuban, Samba Funk, and Hip Hop. Experience a new, fresh modern style that exudes sensual, positive energy—feel the beat of your dancing feet! Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Enjoy fine music and a Southern-Style Brunch Buffet. Every Sunday from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, we offer an all-you-can-eat buffet with a complimentary glass of champagne, all for $19.99 per person. Add a bottomless mimosa for just $6. With one paying adult, kids ages 6 – 9 are $9.99 and kids 5 and under eat for free. See full menu. An international singer and award-winning actress, Gloria Calomée has performed in Cabaret clubs worldwide—from Paris to Portugal. She regularly performs at Hollywood’s Gardenia, Cinegrill, and Vitello’s in Studio City. Calomée’s latest album, Gloria Calomée Live in Hollywood, “is a... Read More
  • Lead by vocalist and guitarist Cristina Battani, Firewheel kicks out new renditions of late-sixties classics, mid-seventies anthems, hot-off-the-press indie music, and good ol’ southern country rock. Seasoned musicians from as far apart as San Francisco, New York City, and the deep South, Firewheel has been performing for more than eight years all around the Bay Area. Firewheel prides themselves on playing feel-good music sure to make you move. Catch the fire, feel the ‘wheel! Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Enjoy a five-course menu finely crafted by Chef Gator. Dishes like Creole-Style Chicken Coq au Vin and Maple Glazed Oxtail & Garnet Yam Ragout are paired with wine from Deutsch Family Wines & Spirits and Josh Cellars. Music provided by Nate Lopez. See full menu. Every bottle of Josh Cellars is bold, but unassuming and approachable. Josh Carr’s cabernet sauvignon marked the beginning of his journey. Having a blend of rich fruits like fresh plum, blackberry, and dried fig paired with vanilla bean and Chinese five-spice, this first arrival was a full-bodied homage to his father. “In 2005, I was in... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Chicago Blues. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Setlist will include Muddy Waters’ “Sweet Home Chicago,” Howlin’ Wolf’s “Smokestack Lightning,” and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” and “School Days.” A JOURNEY IN BLUES HISTORY The Chicago Blues is a form of Blues music indigenous to Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Blues is a type of Urban Blues. Urban Blues evolved from Classic Blues as a result of the great depression and developed in the first half of the twentieth century during the Great Migration, when Black workers moved from the Southern United... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • A Funk/Reggae band with jazz-inspired solos, The Eric Wiley Trio plays both originals as well as songs by Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Bobby Caldwell, The Police, Jaco P., and George Duke. Joining Eric is Bassie extraordinaire Luis Garcia, Drummie Mingo Lewis Jr. (formerly of Groundation), and special guest flautist Matt Eackle (David Grisman Quartet). Eric Wiley has performed for twenty years in The Martin Fierro Quartet as well as with various Reggae artists such as The Melodians, Strictly Roots, Sister Carol, and Lloyd Brown. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Latin trumpeter Julius Meléndez has toured with the Grateful Dead, José Feliciano, Lucecita Benítez, Tony Vega, and Tito Puente to name a few. Over the years, Meléndez has contributed to four albums by Conjunto Céspedes, two of which were voted Album of the Year at the NAIRD Indie Awards for Best Latin Recording in 1994 and again in 1996. A highlight of Meléndez’s career was working with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Carlos Santana. Meléndez was featured on the multiple-Grammy-award-winning album, Supernatural. Along with performing “Smooth” with Rob Thomas, Julius was featured on Santana’s album, Shaman, performing “Game... Read More
  • Fleetwood Mask is a Fleetwood Mac tribute band from the San Francisco Bay Area. Members include Claudette Rodrigues (Stevie Nicks), Barbara Martin (Christine McVie), Mark Blasquez (Lindsey Buckingham), Paul Jones (John McVie), Don Oberempt (Mick Fleetwood) and Debra Blondheim (backing vocals). The band formed out of a mutual love and respect for Fleetwood Mac’s narrative and music. With over 25 years of professional music and theatre experience combined, Fleetwood Mask is dedicated to emulating these royals of British blues. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Enjoy fine music and a Southern-Style Brunch Buffet. Every Sunday from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, we offer an all-you-can-eat buffet with a complimentary glass of champagne, all for $19.99 per person. Add a bottomless mimosa for just $6. With one paying adult, kids ages 6 – 9 are $9.99 and kids 5 and under eat for free. See full menu. Carl Nagin began performing Flamenco guitar in 1962 when he opened for José Feliciano and Tim Hardin at Café Flamenco in Greenwich Village, NYC. In Spain, he studied under famous guitarists David Serva and Juan del Gastor. Also a... Read More
  • Nzuri Soul Band is a masterful and energetic mix of Soul, Jazz, Rock, and Country. Lead singer, Ms. Nzuri, has been praised for both her smooth vocals and stage presence. Along with her is Johnny Ramos on piano, James Jae-e Earley on bass, Chris Brochard on guitar, Anthony N. on sax, Mike McCoy and Shannon Lacy on percussion, background vocalists Christina Peterson Piona and Margena Wade-Green, and vocalist Kimberli Gardiner-Stafford. Together, they kick out a truly funky show that’s new, fresh, and diverse. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • LinkedIn Local Marin County’s Member Mixer. Free admission, no host bar. Please register as space may be limited. Public parking 2-level lot behind Fenix, access via 3rd St. or Lootens. Free on-street parking after 6pm. To join group, go to LinkedIn Local Marin. Read More
  • Join us for an evening of inspiring original music. Listen to talented local songwriters, as they compete for Best Song or Best Performance. West Coast Songwriters members can perform and get feedback from industry professional judges. Members can sign up by emailing Co-Manager Bob Crane at craneco@gmail.com. West Coast Songwriters (WCS) was founded in 1979 by a few talented songwriters who decided that by joining forces they would be able to write stronger songs, and create more opportunities to market those songs. Since that time, WCS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, has grown into a regional force with a 1200+ membership and a... Read More
  • Join host Craig Caffall and the Fenix Band as they pay tribute to their favorite tunes. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Spending half his childhood in Mexico and half in the United States, Craig Caffall has been influenced by everything from Rock, Blues, R&B, and Funk, to Latin, Ranchero, and Norteño. Moving from New Orleans to the Bay Area, Craig played lead guitar with Grammy-nominated, award-winning Blues singer Maria Muldaur (“Midnight at the Oasis,” 1974), and has toured nationally and abroad in countries like Japan, Canada, and Mexico. While Caffall has been with Muldaur, he’s shared... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Self-described as a “two-hour adrenaline rush,” BACK N BLACK recreates that same driving, heart-racing rock that AC/DC became known for worldwide. From Back in Black, Highway to Hell, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, BACK IN BLACK is committed to getting as close to the real thing as possible. Dig out your old pit-stained band shirts and ripped jeans, because rock is well and alive. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Frank Bey and Anthony Paule have been bringing Blues to West Coast audiences since 2011. Their albums, You Don’t Know Nothing and Soul For Your Blues, have earned them two Blues Music Award nominations. Bey’s vocals and Paule’s guitar have drawn comparisons to Bobby Bland, B.B. King, Ray Charles, and Otis Redding. Their sound has been touted as “terrific…with a lot of variety and range and real feeling” by Bruce Iglauer, President of Alligator Records. Ingemar Karlsson from Jefferson Blues Magazine said, “A big surprise…I never heard [Frank Bey] before but fortunately we still have some good artists out there... Read More
  • Terrie Odabi’s broad stylistic and linguistic range, including Spanish, African, and Middle Eastern dialects, has made her a vocal asset in demand with bands and recording projects. Her breathtaking work was recently featured on the Tonehammer series, “Forgotten Voices.” As much as Odabi enjoys collaborating on new and varied projects, she shines as a bandleader where she can return to her roots and to what she loves best: jazz, gospel, blues, and soul. Often compared to Aretha Franklin, Etta James, and Jill Scott, Odabi blends the old-school with a fresh sound. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • This Father’s Day enjoy some true NeoSoul, a transformation in Southern food, prepared by our Executive Chef Glenn “Gator” Thompson. NeoSoul shares all the rich flavors of Southern food, using healthy ingredients without the “bad” calories. Laissez les bon temps rouler! Our Southern-Style Brunch Buffet is an all-you-can-eat buffet with a complimentary glass of champagne, all for $19.99 per person. Add a bottomless mimosa for just $6. With one paying adult, kids ages 6 – 9 are $9.99 and kids 5 and under eat for free. See full menu. From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, singer, songwriter, recording artist, and... Read More
  • Celebrate Father’s Day with a night of Latin Jazz and Blues. We’re offering a special Southern Style Prime Rib with a bacon au jus, and twice-baked stuffed potato with cheddar cheese, green onion, and bacon—for all the hungry dads out there. From smoky ballads to stomps and swings, Tara Linda’s delivery is heartfelt and playful. While her vocal style draws from the sentimental love songs of 1930s and 1940s torch, her songwriting, lyrics, and catchy hooks are refreshingly original. Inspired by both American and Latin American torch singers like Lydia Mendoza and Sarah Vaughan, her voice is steeped in Jazz, Blues, and... Read More
  • Join us for a night of Classical music with Marin Chamber Players—Paul Smith (piano), Andrei Gorchov (flute), Susannah Barley (violin), and Anne Lerner-Wright (violoncello). Book your dinner reservations between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm and enjoy our Early Bird Dinner—three delectable courses for $25 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity). Their performance will include Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D minor, and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, all arranged by Johann Nepomuk Hummel. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Motown. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Every fourth Wednesday, ladies get in for free! A JOURNEY IN BLUES HISTORY Motown is an American record company. It was founded by Berry Gordy, Jr. on January 12, 1959, in Detroit, Michigan, as Tamla Records. The company’s record label “Motown” was formed in September 1959 and the company was incorporated as “Motown Record Corporation” on April 14, 1960. The name, a blending of motor and town, has also become a nickname for Detroit. Motown played an important role in the racial integration... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight with B.R. Cohn Winery. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Pouring 2014 San Luis Obispo Rosé, 2014 Sauvignon Blanc, 2013 Russian River Pinot Noir, and 2011 Olive Hill Estate Cabernet Sauvignon. Read More
  • The Urban Outlaws is a high-energy Country band whose mission is to “learn every Country song ever written…old, new, and [everything] in between.” Featuring Doug Carlson (drums) of Tainted Love and Pride & Joy, Adam Donald (guitar, vocals) of LBK, Bray Gurnari (guitar, vocals), Jaquelynn H. Lunney (vocals, guitar), Ron Gilcreast (keyboard, vocals), Ben Levine (bass, vocals), and Deb (fiddle/violin), this powerhouse lineup of Bay Area music veterans will get your boots scootin’ and your heart howlin’! Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • The 415s are the Bay Area’s most elite pop-variety dance band. Rich Armstrong (vocals, trumpet), Daniel Parenti (bass), Imanuel Juneady (keyboards), Adam White (drums), Dave Shul (guitar), Ashling Cole (vocals), Omega Rae (vocals), Dale Ingram (vocals), Jeanne Geiger (trombone), and Daniel Casares (sax, trombone) play ‘70s classics to current Top 40 Hits. They have played with The Rolling Stones, Prince, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Pink, Counting Crows, Billy Preston, Tower of Power, Ozomatli, Whitesnake, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Sly & the Family Stone, Goapele, Too $hort, Taj Mahal, Ledisi, Boz Scaggs, and Tony! Toni! Toné! Read More
  • Happy Hour will run from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm with drink specials and bar bites. Enjoy craft cocktails along with the fine art of the Madonnari. The 2015 event, Carnevale di Venezia, will transport you to Italy for the weekend! New activities include: the pre-event Mask-Making Competition with display, an opening ceremony featuring the Flight of the Chalk Angel, the Parade of Costumes, and a RareArtist exhibition, the event has something for everyone! Find out more about Italian Street Painting Marin. Read More
  • Whether you want to dance the night away to a swinging big band, boogie down to Motown, pull out those disco moves, or rock out to the classics, Silver Moon Big Band is always a crowd pleaser! The band, along with stellar vocalists Marty Grosso and Paula Helene, interpret the music of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Daren, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, and Dean Martin, as well as kicking out some classic Motown. The musicians in this eleven-piece all-star group have appeared with such notables as: Steve Allen, Ray Charles, Paul Anka, Tito Puente, Jack Jones, Maynard Ferguson, The Tubes, Al... Read More
  • Happy Hour will run from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm with drink specials and bar bites. Enjoy craft cocktails along with the fine art of the Madonnari. The 2015 event, Carnevale di Venezia, will transport you to Italy for the weekend! New activities include: the pre-event Mask-Making Competition with display, an opening ceremony featuring the Flight of the Chalk Angel, the Parade of Costumes, and a RareArtist exhibition, the event has something for everyone! Find out more about Italian Street Painting Marin. Read More
  • Enjoy fine music and a Southern-Style Brunch Buffet. Every Sunday from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, we offer an all-you-can-eat buffet with a complimentary glass of champagne, all for $19.99 per person. Add a bottomless mimosa for just $6. With one paying adult, kids ages 6 – 9 are $9.99 and kids 5 and under eat for free. See full menu. Diamond Jazz is a collaboration of four talented, energetic musicians who share a love for performance and improvisation in a wide variety of genres, ranging from Herbie Hancock to Duke Ellington, Wayne Shorter to Rodgers & Hart, Oliver Nelson... Read More
  • Domestic Harmony relishes in the dance of voices, the twining and twinning of strings, the space between the notes, and the song beyond what is played. Each original and cover is their own, in that they reinvent every note and word to feel like something new. Harmony is the key whether they play The Beatles, Smokey Robinson, Bob Dylan, Dusty Springfield, or Bonnie Raitt. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Please join us for an exclusive evening of music and fine dining with proceeds benefiting Roots of Peace. Tickets are $150 per person. RSVP by June 5 either by calling 415.455.8008 or emailing ropconcert@rootsofpeace.org. Reservations made through our booking system will not be accepted. Roots of Peace helps some of the world’s most vulnerable local economies recover after conflict. They support individuals and communities to revitalize businesses and livelihoods by removing remnants of war, providing access to resources, building local capacity, and facilitating market linkages. Their vision is comprised of one single concept—economic empowerment through agriculture. With a portfolio of... Read More
  • Join us for a night of acoustic music, featuring some of the most seasoned musicians in the Bay Area. Book your dinner reservations between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm and enjoy our Early Bird Dinner—three delectable courses for $25 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity). Tao Theory is Greg Barnett on guitar, Robert Adamich on guitar, and Susan Shloss on violin. Together, they create a unique instrumental style—a synthesis of their diverse musical backgrounds. Drawing from their collective lifetimes of performing Classical, Rock, Folk, Bluegrass, Jazz, and Funk, Tao Theory provides a music experience that is intricate, joyful, and memorable! Streaming live in HD Tuesday through... Read More
  • The Fenix Band and Jimmy Dillon pay tribute to the Delta Blues. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Jimmy Dillon grew up in LA and Michigan, listening to Elvis, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, and B.B. King. He formed his first band, the Fugitives, at age 15 and went on to master many styles—Blues to Bop and Rock to Reggae. He was a founding member of the Ska-driven band, The Edge, widely regarded throughout the 1980s as “Marin County’s House Band.” In addition to releasing five albums, he has backed the best—trading licks with... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the back bar for a $5 beer tasting flight. Read More
  • Sweet and Low, Songs of New Orleans is one heck of a tribute show featuring Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz (of The Lucky Losers), and guitarist Volker Strifler. Together, they pay tribute to Dr. John, Ruth Brown, Irma Thomas, and Allen Toussaint among others. Lemons and Berkowitz lead a 6-piece Blues band, The Lucky Losers—melding originals with rare and classic covers. Their new album, A Winning Hand, was created in collaboration with 2014 BMA “Best Guitarist” nominee Kid Andersen, Chris Burns (of Maria Muldaur), Steve Freund (of Sunnyland Slim & Big Walter Horton), and 2015 IBC “Best Guitarist” Ben Rice.... Read More
  • With rich vocal harmonies and funky saxophone-based instrumentals, Rhythmtown-Jive offer up infectious dance music, 40s and 50s R&B, Zydeco, Jump-Swing, and Rock & Roll. They have a deep sense of the feel and mechanics of American Root styles. Collectively, the band members have played with Bo Diddley, Big Joe Turner, Johnnie Johnson, Earl King, Long John Hunter, and sax innovator Lee Allen. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Happy Hour drink and food specials from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm! Let’s celebrate by paying tribute to the ultimate patriot—the iconic and genre-spanning Johnny Cash. Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire will be onstage from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. With a voice of rolling thunder and a spirit like gentle rain, Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire have performed for audiences from Nashville to San Francisco. This stunning tribute to the “Man in Black” includes a voice with weighted drawl that doles out molasses-coated syllables. Lending his own touch to world famous songs, Rusty honors the Johnny Cash... Read More
  • Blending the sultry tones and soulful sounds of Blues and Jazz standards, Jazzi Jan promises a fun-filled show every single time. Her set list includes hits from The Great American Songbook—beloved tracks of Dorothy Fields, Cole Porter, Jule Styne, Fats Waller, Victor Young, and more. Read More
  • Leave it to Diva’s setlist includes hits like Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools,” The Temptations’ “Get Ready,” Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” Ike and Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary,” and Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Sea Cruise.” They deliver great grooves, fat harmonies, and horns to boot. With a richness rarely found in live band performances, Leave it to Diva easily flows between R&B, Soul, Funk, Latin, Rock, and Reggae. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Join us for an evening of inspiring original music. Listen to talented local songwriters, as they compete for Best Song or Best Performance. West Coast Songwriters members can perform and get feedback from industry professional judges. Members can sign up by emailing Co-Manager Bob Crane at craneco@gmail.com. West Coast Songwriters (WCS) was founded in 1979 by a few talented songwriters who decided that by joining forces they would be able to write stronger songs, and create more opportunities to market those songs. Since that time, WCS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, has grown into a regional force with a 1200+ membership and a... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Stax Records. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. A JOURNEY IN BLUES HISTORY Founded in 1957 as Satellite Records, the label changed its name to Stax Records in 1961. It was a major factor in the creation of the Southern Soul and Memphis Soul music styles, also releasing Gospel, Funk, Jazz, and Blues recordings. While Stax is renowned for its output of African-American music, the label was founded by two business siblings, Jim Stewart and his sister Estelle Axton (STewart/AXton = Stax). It featured several popular ethnically-integrated bands, including the... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the back bar for a $5 beer tasting flight. Pouring Laguintas IPA, Little Sumpin’, Pils, DayTime, Seasonal. Read More
  • Marin County residents Erin and Paul Ezekiel began writing music together in 2004. In 2008, on their wedding day, they played their first live show. They quit their day jobs, went “rogue,” and started playing small local gigs and recorded a self-titled EP. Losing Today, an independent music magazine, said they produce a sound “…with styling cues that may remind some entries already established, such as KT Tunstall and, more distantly, Feist.” Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Drew Harrison celebrates his birthday alongside his bandmates, The Sun Kings. Don’t miss out on this incredible performance! The Bay Area’s premier Beatles tribute band, The Sun Kings are adored by fans and critics alike—performing songs from early in their career to The Beatles’ breakup in 1970. With 15 years of performing, they continue to amaze their fans and win over skeptics with their uncanny channeling and respect for The Beatles. With a repertoire of over 150 songs spanning the entire Beatles epoch, The Sun Kings shine in concert with spot-on arrangements and vocal harmonies delivered with the same authenticity... Read More
  • Will Russ Jr. was born and raised to be a singer, with a voice soothing as a summer breeze and comforting as a loving embrace. Will has had the honor of performing with artists such as Mavis Staples, Ray Charles, Brian McKnight, Mariah Carey, Michael Bolton, Kenny G, Huey Lewis, The Temptations, Darius Rucker, Clay Walker, the a capella group OVERTONE, Sista Monica Parker, Jody Whatley and Dale Ockerman (Doobie Brothers) to name a few. He has had the fortune to perform for Clint & Dina Eastwood, Danielle Steel, Susie Tompkins Buell, Mayor Willie Brown, and Secretary of State Hillary... Read More
  • Kurt Huget moved to SF in 1975. He attended College of Marin, SF State, and UC Berkeley, but he was really drawn to the Bay Area by its deep-rooted and rich musical history. Huget found himself in a hotbed of songwriting and arranging—performing and recording with members of The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Starship, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother & the Holding Company, Country Joe & the Fish, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Huey Lewis & the News, The Rowan Brothers, Sly & the Family Stone, Elvin Bishop, and many more. Read More
  • A not-to-miss comedic evening with some of the Bay Area’s freshest faces in funny. Hosted by Mean Dave with Johnny Steele, Bridget Schwartz, Anthony Durante, Theo Hull, and Griffin Daley. Forged in a fire of funny food, people, places, and things, Mean Dave has made a career of spitting verbal fire. He has performed everywhere—from clubs, dive bars, and colleges to restaurants, laundromats, and at swimming pools. The world is his stage and where he derives constant comedic inspiration. Johnny Steele’s comedic career started when he quit graduate school in 1984—a move lovingly titled “$40K Down the Drain” by his parents.... Read More
  • Enjoy a 9-course dinner finely crafted by Chef Gator and Chef Jennifer Hill Booker, presented in partnership with Maison de la Culture Noire Américaine. Dishes are paired with wines from Roots of Peace and music by Diego Jameau. See full menu. Maison de la Culture Noire Américaine (MCNA), an arts and cultural non-profit organization designed to educate and inspire people of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds about the the African American experience, presence, and influence in France. Fenix and MCNA invite you to spice up your Bastille Day—a national holiday in France commemorating the beginning of the French Revolution—with this... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to a famous artist or genre. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with you... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the back bar for a $5 beer tasting flight. Read More
  • Have you ever wanted to see The Pretenders and Joan Jett play together in a single night? We have to, so we booked the best tribute bands to pull a double show. Led by front woman Karen Alvarez, Pretending is a highly regarded and bay area-based Pretenders tribute band. Alvarez’s portrayal of Chrissie Hynde is spot-on—she plays guitar and sings her heart out to every hit. Jett Black Band performs as Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. Jett Black delivers a high-energy set that captures audiences from start to finish. Night after night, they are building an impressive fan base with their... Read More
  • Join us for an unforgettable tribute to Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, with Petty Theft—San Francisco’s Ultimate Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Comprised of six professional Bay Area musicians, Petty Theft delivers Tom Petty’s tracks—true to the original and as electrifying as his live shows. Since coming together in 2003, Petty Theft has been entertaining audiences in clubs, private parties, and at large festivals. They’re not your “average cover band”—they’re the ultimate tribute to one of America’s most legendary Rock & Roll musicians. And, as they say: “It’s not about the costumes and get-ups, it’s all about the... Read More
  • Blessed with a range from tenor to baritone to butter-smooth falsetto, Greg Ballad’s silky voice brings a soulful sound like none other. Reminiscent of masters like Barry White, Maxwell, Luther Vandross, Donny Hathaway, and Marvin Gaye, and performing original material that spans R&B, jazz, soul, hip hop, and blues, Ballad is a “soulphisticated” showman. His band, the Immaculate Dream’Set, works the scales from the top to the bottom and keeps it grooving all night, so settle in for a seductive evening of phenomenal melodies and harmonious romance. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • The Great American Blues & Barbecue Festival will return on July 19, 2015 to the center of downtown San Rafael. The closure of Fourth Street for this event is the geographic and highly visible center for the city’s thriving business district and the heart of Marin County. This wonderful festival celebrates San Rafael and Marin’s outstanding heritage of great music, its world famous musicians, and the great American roots of the Blues. Performances by local and national Blues artists will be featured on multiple stages. Food concessions and competitions will focus on the great American original, Barbeque, in all its... Read More
  • Good Karma finds itself at the intersection of Folk, Rock, Funk, and Salsa. Good Karma’s philosophy is that good music starts with good people, their relationship with one another, and each member’s perspective on life. Whether they cover Sting or Sondheim, Norah Jones or John Coltrane, Beck or Kenny Barron, Good Karma brings positive vibes and well-composed music to the masses. With backgrounds ranging from rigorous classical training to self-education, from Paris to Los Angeles, their diverse talents and musical tastes create a foundation for their jazz-fusion. Read More
  • Among the Bay Area’s most vibrant and accomplished proponents of a cappella singing styles rooted in African-American culture, Talk of da Town brings down the house with their sizzling renditions of the greatest hits of R&B, Motown, and doo-wop, plus a few gospel tunes for good measure. We dare you to try and sit still for this show! Originally formed at San Francisco’s Galileo High School, the group has spent the past three decades performing in Europe and across the United States. Members Paul Carrington, Carl Douglas, Doug Stepney, and Vincent, Stan Lockwood, present their unaccompanied harmonies at churches, fairs,... Read More
  • Join us for a night of acoustic music with this power trio of Bay Area musicians. Book your dinner reservations between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm and enjoy our Early Bird Dinner—three delectable courses for $25 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity). Described as having the soul of a rocker and the heart of a folk troubadour, Amy Wigton is a multifaceted singer-songwriter and charismatic entertainer who lights up the stage with songs that are raw, honest, sassy, and playful. She has shared the stage with Jefferson Starship, Norton Buffalo, Louden Wainwright III, Dave Mason, Jesse Colin Young, The... Read More
  • The Fenix Band and Rudy Colombini pay tribute to The Rolling Stones. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. A JOURNEY IN BLUES HISTORY The Rolling Stones were in the vanguard of the British Invasion bands that became popular in the US in 1964–65. At first noted for their longish hair as much as their music, the band are identified with the youthful and rebellious counterculture of the 1960s. Critic Sean Egan states that within a year of the release of their 1964 debut album, they “were being perceived by the youth of Britain and then the world... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the back bar for a $5 beer tasting flight. Read More
  • Taking their cues from Queen, Thin Lizzy, and The Rolling Stones, Pamela Parker & The Kings put their blood, sweat, and monster guitar riffs into their music. Signed by Moore Mapp Records and armed with her red Gibson SG and vintage Marshall half stack, Parker offers up heavy hooks and a live show that is nothing short of electrifying. She has opened for Heart and Big Brother & the Holding Company, and has played at Bay Vibes Summer Fest, Earth Day SF, Peace Day SF, and more festivals across the country. Read More
  • The James Moseley Band fronted by lead vocalist and guitarist James Moseley has been wowing audiences in the Bay Area for over ten years at a wide range of venues, festivals and special events. Their continually growing fan base, one of the most loyal in the Bay Area, is no doubt due to their high energy live performances that get everyone up and dancing with tunes by Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley and many more. The James Moseley Band showcases the very best in Motown, R&B, Jazz, Blues, Funk and Reggae.... Read More
  • Join us for Happy Hour from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm to celebrate San Rafael Sunset Criterium. Chef Gator will be serving up festive bar bites along with specialty cocktails! Now in its 17th year, the San Rafael Sunset Criterium is a critical mass that circles among crowds and riders, across announcer and DJ, and through the streets and community. See full course map. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Wall Street has been entertaining Bay Area music fans for over two decades. This multi-ethnic, eight-piece, high-energy party/dance band is composed of hand-picked stage and studio musicians whose eclectic styles combine elements of Motown, Rhythm & Blues, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk, Soul and spicy rhythms creating an electrifying dance adventure. The male and female vocalists of Wall Street Band put on an exciting stage show, encouraging audience participation. The rhythm section strikes their unique, signature groove topped with the soaring sounds of the horn section. Put it all together and you have the “can’t-stay-in-your-seat; get-up-and-dance” Wall Street Band experience. Streaming live... Read More
  • Misa Malone is an accomplished stage performer, most recently starring in the San Francisco-based musical, Beach Blanket Babylon. With strong vocal tone and creative lyricism, Malone is an exciting new face of Funk, R&B, and Neo-Soul. Her freshman album, Shades of Blue, reached international popularity, and she’s currently touring her sophomore album, Awaited. In respect to performance, she said: “Being in front of an audience—creating music, sharing emotion, and having it shared with you—there is nothing like it. It’s something that cannot be recreated in a studio, there is this energy that is tangible, almost touchable. It’s wonderful.” Streaming live... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Buddy Guy! Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Every fourth Wednesday, ladies get in for free. A JOURNEY IN BLUES HISTORY George “Buddy” Guy (born July 30, 1936[1]) is an American Chicago Blues and Electric Blues guitarist and singer. He is an exponent of the Chicago Blues and has influenced blues guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, John Mayer and Stevie Ray Vaughan. In the 1960s, Guy played with Muddy Waters as a house guitarist at Chess Records and began a musical partnership with harmonica player Junior... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the back bar for a $5 beer tasting flight. Read More
  • Join us for a night of fine dining and music with host and Wildlife Conservationist Chris Austria—50% of all ticket sales go to Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Uganda. Enjoy a presentation about the chimpanzees and a raffle. The cocktail reception and meet & greet with Chris Austria starts at 6:30 pm. 100% of all raffle proceeds and direct donations will go to the sanctuary. The evening will include musical performances by James Henry, Shaana Keller, Seven’s Fears, no:carrier, Bob Crane, Scotty O’Neill, Aoede, Two of Us, Katie Garibaldi, The Mercy Kit, Starr Saunders, Kevin Beadles, Mimi, Sage Waters, and... Read More
  • 1st Avenue Revue covers music from the Minneapolis Sound—Prince, The Time, Morris Day, Jesse Johnson—and spinoff artists like Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. Band members include Derek Clark (lead vocals), Robert Ferguson (bass, background vocals), Chris Bade (drums), Chris Meeks (guitar), Rick Dorer (keyboard, background vocals), and Christian Houston (keyboard, background vocals). Collectively, they have performed with Roy Ayers, Rick James’ Mary Jane Girls, Con Funk Shun’s bassist Eric EQ Young, and Janice Johnson of A Taste of Honey. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
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  • Steve Taylor-Ramírez is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter from Berkeley, CA. Named a “Critic’s Choice” by the East Bay Express, Bay Area News Group, and UC Berkeley, he plays a mix of Folk, Latin, and Blues. His music has aired on many Bay Area radio stations, and he appeared live on NPR’s KALW, as well as Pirate Cat Radio. A reviewer at Easy Bay Express said that Taylor-Ramírez is widely known for his “fancy finger picking, weathered vocals…charisma…[and] socially conscious originals.” That should come as no surprise, as his grandfather, Ignacio Ramírez, served as an education official for Mexico’s reformist president... Read More
  • Mo Betta Jazz is Kymberly “Kj” Jackson, Tammy Lynne Hall-Hawkins, Leon Joyce Jr., and Kevin J Scott. Together, they push the limits of Jazz, bringing heavy influences from Funk, Soul, and R&B. Kymberly Jackson, also known as Kj, is a dynamic Jazz-Funk-R&B flutist, vocalist, composer, producer, and recording artist. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Jackson began classical training at 12. She received her Masters in Music from Mills College in Oakland, CA, and was afforded the opportunity to study under world-renowned Classical flutists, Angela Koregelos and Priscilla Call. Kj has recorded and performed with some of the most... Read More
  • Join us for an evening of inspiring original music. Listen to talented local songwriters, as they compete for Best Song or Best Performance. West Coast Songwriters members can perform and get feedback from industry professional judges. Members can sign up by emailing Co-Manager Bob Crane at craneco@gmail.com. West Coast Songwriters (WCS) was founded in 1979 by a few talented songwriters who decided that by joining forces they would be able to write stronger songs, and create more opportunities to market those songs. Since that time, WCS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, has grown into a regional force with a 1200+ membership and a... Read More
  • The Fenix Band pay tribute to five separate chapters in Blues history. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. No cover all night! HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Iranian composer and songwriter Farzad Arjmand has traveled the world and been influenced by the songs and sounds of many cultures. When exposed to Flamenco guitar in Spain, he was immediately intrigued and focused his energy on studying it and mastering it. He has taken all of these global styles of music, most prominently Flamenco and jazz, to create a new genre he calls “FAZZ” – his own unique vision of Persian-influenced Flamenco jazz. In his composition and playing, Arjmand creates a perfect harmony between poem and music. He is based in San Francisco and has performed in prestigious clubs... Read More
  • Enjoy a seasonally inspired five-course menu finely crafted by Chef Gator. Dishes like Sweet Potato Gnocchi & Wild Crawfish Tails, Creole-Style Ratatouille Pillow, and Cajun Crab & Spinach Lasagna are paired with Trapiche Wines. Music provided by Jason Wright. See full menu. Trapiche Wines is located in Mendoza, Argentina at the foothills of the Andes Mountains, and is Argentina’s largest exported premium wine brand. Trapiche represents “the richness of diversity” in Argentina. Throughout its history, it has understood the strength of the viticulture in Argentina and has specialized in obtaining the best from every vineyard to create unique wines. In its... Read More
  • The Fenix Band and special guest Honee Parkks play tribute to Etta James. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Join us for an evening of fine music to benefit Nepal FREED (Foundation for Rural Economic and Educational Development). The non-governmental organization (NGO), Nepal FREED, was founded by Mill Valley resident and Nepal native Jay Tamang. Raising money for rural educational and economic development since 2009, Mr. Tamang recently returned from a relief mission where he found his hometown and the school he built devastated by the April earthquake. His immediate goal is to raise enough funds to rebuild the school. Mr. Tamang will be present to speak and answer questions about Nepal FREED. Performers include Bryan Kehoe, Tal Morris,... Read More
  • Voted a Sonoma County fan-favorite and Best Rock Band in 2009, The Pulsators are a get-up-and-dance kind of band. Johnny Campbell, Douglas Ian McKenzie, Mick Whittington, Rick Clifford, and Glenn Sullivan make up the Pulsators, producing a spicy blend of driving blues, New Orleans funky R&B, rock-steady reggae, and rock-and roll. Their first album prompted a Northern California music magazine to call them “one killer band with irresistible hooks.” Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • Swing Fever is all about witty and romantic tunes from the 1930s and 1940s. Wild and rhythmic, individual members of Swing Fever have performed and recorded with Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, B.B. King, Rosemary Clooney, Stan Getz, Peggy Lee, Chet Baker, and many more. Streaming live in HD Tuesday through Sunday. Read More
  • A two-man trio? Absolutely! Two talented musicians playing three instruments: sax, piano, and bass—classic jazz trio instrumentation. Steve Schuster switches off between sax and bass, while Dick Bay plays piano. Even though a two-man jazz trio is something of a rarity, this is no novelty act. These veterans of the Bay Area music scene know how to make a whole room swing. They find magic in popular ’60s and ’70s rock tunes, in the Brazil rhythms, and in their own exceptional compositions. Schuster and Bay is innovative, but accessible, and relentlessly entertaining. Call it “jazz with a kick.” Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to The Woodstock Music & Art Fair. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight with Monticello Vineyards. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Tracy Blackman is soulful, stirring, and full of a dynamic power that transports listeners to sonic bliss. As a songwriter, Blackman pens intricate tracks that mesh aspects of Blues, Pop, Jazz, and Rock. Her latest album, Mercy, is an inspired collection that’s supported by iconic names like Bonnie Hayes, Carlos Santana, and Jimmy Dillon. Once considered one of the top 10 unsigned Bay Area artists by SF Weekly, Tracy Blackman is a true master of her craft and puts on a striking and skillful performance every single time. Read More
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  • Caroluna and the Musical Art Quintet will perform an eclectic mix of grand arias, French songs, favorites from the Great American Songbook, and more! Avant-garde soprano, composer, and video artist, Caroluna performs Classical, Opera, Jazz, Cabaret, Electronica, and World Music. She has performed at the XX Olympic Winter Games in Turin, Italy, Grace Cathedral, Herbst Theater, The Fillmore, and the Contemporary Opera Marin. She produced and performed “Poems of Ecstasy,” a visual music program of 20th century French Classical music for the Oakland Lyric Opera. The Musical Art Quintet was formed in 2008 in the Mission district of San Francisco during... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute Detroit Blues and John Lee Hooker. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with you... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
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  • Tower of Power hits with a Funk and R&B spin. Soul Power consists of Tommy Banks as lead vocals, Ian Wilson on tenor sax, Glenn Appell on trumpet, Robert Todd on baritone sax, Patrick Malabuyo on trombone, Rick Bailey on drums, Peter Fujii on guitar, Loren Linnard on keys, Scott Willson on bass, Don Beck on trumpet, and Rich Martin on guitar. Collectively they have played with musicians like Bruce Conte, Lee Oskar, The Temptations, Bobby Freeman, and Linda Ronstadt. In an interview, Tommy said his vocal development was due to his mother. “My mama used to listen to those... Read More
  • House of Floyd has gained a strong following for their unique ability to enthuse both the early Pink Floyd loyalists and fans that enjoy their later songs and soundscapes. They capture each stage of the Pink Floyd progression, from the formative Syd Barrett days through the ’70s and post-Waters era. House of Floyd is a 7-piece band with two multi-instrumentalists—doubling on saxophone, keyboards, and guitar—and two female vocalists. In the Pink Floyd tradition, their concerts incorporate sound effects, projection mapping, lights, and state-of-the-art laser work. You may even see a giant inflatable pig! Read More
  • Tribe of The Red Horse delivers the guitar tone, harmonies, and raw energy that Neil Young and Crazy Horse are known for. According to lead singer and guitarist Wayne Whitzell, “We don’t play dress up. We play Rock & Roll.” Since forming in Summer 2011, Red Horse has performed at well-known venues like Sacramento Music Festival, Miner’s Foundry, Sutter Creek Theater—all the while steadily growing a fan base. When asked about the influx of cover bands and what differentiates him from the pack, Whitzell responded, “There are a lot of Neil Young tribute bands that have a guy dressed up... Read More
  • Join us for an evening of inspiring original music. Listen to talented local songwriters, as they compete for Best Song or Best Performance. West Coast Songwriters members can perform and get feedback from industry professional judges. Members can sign up by emailing Co-Manager Bob Crane at craneco@gmail.com. West Coast Songwriters (WCS) was founded in 1979 by a few talented songwriters who decided that by joining forces they would be able to write stronger songs, and create more opportunities to market those songs. Since that time, WCS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, has grown into a regional force with a 1200+ membership and a... Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Piano Blues with special guest Todd Morgan. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Make no mistake, Todd Morgan is not an impersonator or mere “tribute” artist to past pioneers. Morgan wisely makes no attempt to mimic the “Down Home Delta” or “Mississippi-to-Memphis” dialects of established artists. Comfortable in his own skin and sound, he employs his own fine tenor voice—aided by an impeccable ear and killer instrumentals—to capture the essence of that early, highly innovative era of nascent and eclectic Rock & Roll. Morgan simply “gets it,” and produces big... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Enjoy a seasonally inspired five-course menu finely crafted by Chef Gator. Dishes paired with a selected winery. Online reservation deadline is Thursday, 9/3. Call 415.813.1234 for availability past that date. Read More
  • The Fenix Band celebrates Motown! Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with you (family, friends, etc.), and we¹ll waive... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
  • Fenix has been reserved for a private event. Take-out service is still available. Ask us about hosting your next party at Fenix. Call 415.813.5600. Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to B.B. King. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying fans with you (family, friends, etc.),... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
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  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to a famous artist or genre. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion.... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
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  • Revolver is Michael Budash on guitars, keyboards and vocals, Barry Blum on bass guitar, guitars, keyboards and vocals, and Dan Durkin on drums, rhythm guitar, keyboards, harmonica and vocals. Read More
  • The Fenix Band plays tribute to Soul Train. Local talent and special guests are invited to join in. Remember, ladies get in for free! HOW TO SIGN UP Sign up via email–Contact us at info@fenixlive.com with your name and the night you’d like to attend. Email entries are taken up to 5:00 pm. Sign up in person – If slots are still open, you may sign up at the host stand on Wednesdays, after 5:00 pm. Musicians are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Max artists per night varies at Fenix discretion. SAVE $10 Bring three (3) paying... Read More
  • Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us at the wine bar for a $5 wine tasting flight. Complimentary Fenix glass included. Read More
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