Upcoming Events

March 2024
March 3, 2024 6:00 PM
March 3, 2024 9:00 PM
Mar 3, 2024
Grateful Sundays with Matt Hartle & Friends
Starts:
6:00 pm
Ends:
9:00 pm
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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Doors 5pm // Show 6pm // Ages 21+ // $22 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

GRATEFUL SUNDAYS WITH MATT HARTLE & FRIENDS

Grateful Sundays will be at Felton Music Hall every Sunday from 6pm - 9pm. Join us to round out your weekend with great food and music! Will Call tickets will be available for purchase at the bar Thursday - Sunday, 4pm - 9pm as well as at the box office on any night there is a show.
March 2024
March 6, 2024 7:30 PM
March 7, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 6, 2024
Don Flynn's: Comedy Revue | Fully Seated
Starts:
7:30 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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Show 7:30pm // $10 General Admission

***This is a fully seated general admission show. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents Don Flynn's:
Comedy Revue 
with NIC TREVINO, NYOKI, MICHAEL BOOTH, SAM BORGO and DNA
March 2024
March 7, 2024 8:00 PM
March 8, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 7, 2024
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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33
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $33 Advance & $36 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

KARL DENSON'S TINY UNIVERSE

with MITCHUM YACOUB

In 2023, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band.  

KDTU has electrified audiences around the world from the fields of Naeba in Japan at the infamous Fuji Rock Festival to the hallowed stage of Madison Square Garden where they previously joined the Dave Matthews Band and The Godfather of Soul, James Brown.  From performing as Sexual Chocolate (Karl was in the original band in the movie Coming To America and its sequel) at the Outside Lands Music festival in San Francisco, to being the first late night act at the inaugural Bonnaroo festival, KDTU have been a dominating force in music for the past 25 years.  

All-night, sold-out concerts during Jazzfest in New Orleans have featured sit ins by everyone from Lenny Kravitz & Steve Winwood (with whom Karl has recorded and toured) to avant garde luminaries Marc Ribot & Boyfriend.  Chuck Leavell and Bernard Fowler (Karl’s bandmates in The Rolling Stones where Karl replaced the great Bobby Keys as saxophonist in 2014) have joined onstage and on record, as have Lukas Nelson, John Oates, Michael Franti, Warren Haynes, Ivan Neville, Anders Osborne, Big Daddy Kane, Roy Hargrove, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Joshua Redman, Marcus King, and Bernie Worrell, among others.  

Touring the country with the Allman Brothers, My Morning Jacket, D'Angelo, The Roots, Public Enemy, Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead, Parliament Funkadelic, Slightly Stoopid, Widespread Panic, very few concert goers have been untouched by the Tiny Universe live.  In addition to KDTU, Karl Denson aka “Diesel” is a founding member of the seminal groove act The Greyboy Allstars.

MITCHUM YACOUB

Mitchum Yacoub an Egyptian-American multi-instrumentalist, producer, and DJ based out of San Diego, CA. As a lifelong drummer that has supported many projects in the vein of Afrobeat, Soul, Funk, and Reggae, he's been slow-brewing a unique feel for roots and dance music. Inspired by artists like Fela Kuti, Dr. Dre, and James Brown, his music harkens back to Africa in the 70’s with the bass and drums turned up a notch. Strong, repetitive grooves layered with Afro-Latin percussion and vibrant, tightly executed horn lines that call all dancers to the floor. Since beginning his first live performances in late 2019, Yacoub has played alongside roots music heavies like The Wailers, Antibalas, Jungle Fire, and Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto. In 2022, his group supported Seun Kuti for six shows across the U.S., while he traded on percussion and drum kit for Kuti's band: Egypt 80 (formerly of Fela Kuti). The experience trained him well in the rhythmic strength of the music and earned him and his band a place in the global scene of Afrobeat. Originality, musicianship, and a massive sound are three marks keeping Yacoub’s band on the road and a fast-growing festival favorite. The highly acclaimed release of his debut album, “Living High in the Brass Empire”, (2023 All-Town Sound) brings the experience home as a showcase in his unique approach to roots music; forming explosive intersections of Afrobeat, Cumbia, and Soul that will lift you from your seat and leave you wanting more.

March 2024
March 8, 2024 8:00 PM
March 9, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 8, 2024
Rosebud & Brotherhood of Freaks
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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Show 8pm // General Admission Advance $17 // General Admission Day of Show $19 // General Admission 4 Pack $15

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

ROSEBUD & BROTHERHOOD OF FREAKS

March 2024
March 9, 2024 8:00 PM
March 10, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 9, 2024
Sarah Harmer
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm // Ages 21+ // $27 Advance // $32 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

SARAH HARMER
with PAT HULL
Sarah Harmer is a multiple award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter and environmental activist. Her solo music career launched with the now classic debut You Were Here (2000) and includes six critically acclaimed albums, including her latest, Are You Gone, released via Arts & Crafts. A deeply personal and political collection of songs motivated by the beauty of life, the urgency of the climate crisis, and the question of loss, Sarah called the album a spiritual successor of sorts to her acclaimed 2000 debut. Its simple title, Are You Gone, is a meditation on presence and a bookend to the questions posed on You Were Here - a sharpened, more electric confrontation with the realities of nature and human nature. Between co-founding the citizen’s organization PERL (Protecting Escarpment Rural Land) and leading the successful effort to prevent an open-pit gravel mine in a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve on the Niagara Escarpment, Sarah has become a fixture in local politics and advocacy. In 2022, Sarah helped launch the Reform Gravel Mining Coalition in her home province of Ontario to protect water, farmland, and biodiversity. She is currently writing songs for a new album. * * * * * “Are You Gone is the best album of Harmer’s career” – Globe and Mail “One of the most accomplished and affecting albums in her already remarkable catalogue" – Exclaim! 9/10 “Sarah’s voice remains as warm and wise as ever” – Paste “Are You Gone is a journey across time, place, learning, and loss that Sarah Harmer is an incredibly gracious guide to take us on” – Folk Alley “A folky, minor-key song about ice skating at night, with a gentle vocal and a sturdy melody, that maps a precarious relationship onto the wintry conditions.” (on St. Peter’s Bay) – The New York Times
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March 2024
March 10, 2024 6:00 PM
December 29, 2024 9:00 PM
Mar 10, 2024
Grateful Sundays with Matt Hartle & Friends
Starts:
6:00 pm
Ends:
9:00 pm
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
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21
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Doors 5pm // Show 6pm // Ages 21+ // $22 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

GRATEFUL SUNDAYS WITH MATT HARTLE & FRIENDS

Grateful Sundays will be at Felton Music Hall every Sunday from 6pm - 9pm. Join us to round out your weekend with great food and music! Will Call tickets will be available for purchase at the bar Thursday - Sunday, 4pm - 9pm as well as at the box office on any night there is a show.
March 2024
March 12, 2024 8:00 PM
March 13, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 12, 2024
Jess Williamson
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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27
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $27 Advance & $32 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

JESS WILLIAMSON

with ERIN RAE

Endless prairies and ocean waves; long drives and highway expanse; dancing, smoke, sex, and physical desire – the core images of Jess Williamson’s new album Time Ain’t Accidental revel in the earthly and the carnal. After a protracted breakup with a romantic partner and longtime musical collaborator who left Williamson and their home in Los Angeles at the start of the pandemic, the album’s reckoning with loss, isolation, romance, and personal reclamation signals a tectonic shift for Williamson as a person and as an artist: from someone who once accommodated and made herself small to a woman emboldened by her power as an individual.

A daringly personal but inevitable evolution for the Texas-born, Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Time Ain’t Accidental is evocative of iconic Western landscapes, tear-in-beer anthems, and a wholly modern take on country music that is completely her own. Above everything, sonically and thematically, this album is about Williamson’s voice, crystalline and acrobatic in its range, standing front and center. Think Linda Rondstadt turned minimalist, The Chicks gone indie or even Emmylou Harris’ work with Daniel Lanois. Ringing boldly and unobscured, it’s the sound of a woman running into her life and art head-on, unambiguously, and on her own terms for the first time.

Last year, Williamson and Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee released I Walked With You A Ways under the name Plains; a critically acclaimed record filled to the whiskey-barreled brim with feminine confidence, camaraderie, and straight-up country bangers and ballads. After past records Cosmic Wink (2018) and Sorceress (2020), both released on Mexican Summer, Williamson felt primed to shift in a new direction. Revisiting what she loved growing up, simplifying her process, and making music with a friend proved to be the best step forward for Williamson.

In early 2020, while getting used to the new estrangement and in quarantine with her thoughts, Williamson wrote and recorded the stripped-back standalone single “Pictures of Flowers” by herself at home. This experience became the foundation on which Time Ain’t Accidental was built. The song's lyrical themes were terrestrial and plain-spoken, with Williamson’s voice set against a drum machine and paired with textural guitar by her friend Meg Duffy (Hand Habits). Soon, Williamson realized that musically she was just as good—better, even—on her own. Tours with Weyes Blood, Kevin Morby and Hamilton Leithauser, and José González bolstered this newfound self-assurance, letting her voice ring out in rooms the size of which she hadn’t played before.

Amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic, Williamson began dating in Los Angeles and tracking demos centered on the realness of those experiences, filled with excitement, anxiety, and disappointment. The drum machine stuck around (this time in the form of an iPhone app), as did her determination to forge a new path as a truly solo singer and songwriter; as a woman finding the sound of herself without anyone else’s input. It was a lonely, but revelatory, period.

The core essence of that time is summed up in the opening line of “Hunter.” “I’ve been thrown to the wolves and they ate me raw,” Williamson sings, clear-eyed and with resolve, having come out the other side. Though tumultuous, the process of dating in LA revealed the album’s North Star, which anchors the song’s chorus and the album’s underlying sentiment more broadly: “I’m a hunter for the real thing.”

This theme comes up on the vivid torch song “Chasing Spirits,” when she sings, over whispers of steel guitar, that “the difference between us is when I sing it I really mean it.” The same energy resurfaces on “God in Everything”, with Williamson turning to the supernatural as a way of rising above the earthly realities of dating and rejection. “Being in lockdown alone, fresh out of a breakup, was a real hard time for me,” she remembers. “What I’m grateful for is having a period of stillness and desperation that forced me to turn inward and find comfort in a power greater than myself”.

In the album liner notes, Williamson too included a quote from Carl Jung that was sent to her by a close friend during this era of uncertainty and upheaval. It reads: “To this day God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my willful path violently and recklessly, all things which upset my subjective views, plans, and intentions, and change the course of my life for better or worse.”

After many months spent alone and searching, Williamson finally found the realness she’d been longing for. First came the idea of Plains and the subsequent writing and recording sessions. Then, on one of her regular drives between her adopted home in southern California and her native Texas, Williamson found and rescued her dog, Nana, who had been abandoned and was running alongside a desert highway in New Mexico.

But all good things come in threes, and she soon found new love with an old acquaintance in Marfa, Texas, addressed straightforwardly in the title track “Time Ain’t Accidental.” “We fell for each other when I was out in West Texas visiting a friend, but then I left to go back to LA,” Williamson explains. “I wasn’t sure if or when we’d see each other again, but I felt so full of love and I hadn’t felt that way in a very long time. I wrote this song the day I got back home. It’s really the story of a day together—we flirted by a hotel pool bar and went on a drive, we had a sweet night—and then I had to go, neither of us really knowing what, if anything, would come next.”

Williamson brought the suite of demos and her newfound assurance to Brad Cook (who’d produced Plains) in Durham, North Carolina. The familiar setting fostered a safe environment for the deeply personal material, and Williamson unleashed her voice with total unselfconsciousness. They tracked her vocals in just a couple of takes for each song. “I kept thinking, ‘my voice feels different now – it’s been liberated,’” Williamson reflects. Cook encouraged Williamson to keep the iPhone app drum machine beats she’d programmed for some of the demos, then married it with banjos and steel guitars for an evident sense of old-meets-new.

Williamson now splits her time between Marfa, Texas and Los Angeles. Time Ain’t Accidental, with its synthesis of traditional country instrumentation with digital effects and modern sounds, unequivocally embodies the energy of the two very different places that she calls home. The album’s artwork, subtly menacing and neon in awareness and strength, displays, in Williamson’s words, “that supernatural forces are acting all around us, that we can trust that we will be in the right place at the right time.”

While Time Ain’t Accidental is remarkable for its bare confidence born of searching and longing for something real, Williamson also recognizes the mysterious whims of time that bricked her path (and she memorialized them on the title track). Ultimately, these unseen forces lured the singer back into her own. The timing was, indeed, no accident.

ERIN RAE

Three years after the release of her critically acclaimed debut, Putting On Airs, Nashville-raised singer-songwriter Erin Rae shares an intimate, honest, and playful version of herself through her sophomore album Lighten Up. Produced by Jonathan Wilson, and recorded in the musically hallowed grounds of California’s Topanga Canyon, the album represents a sonic and inner shift for Rae. In it, she embraces more of her influences, like baroque-pop, cosmic country, and indie-folk songs while mirroring a more compassionate self-view she calls “accepting my humanness”. Although she grew up in a musically oriented family, Rae’s pursuit of music happened by accident. After being gifted a Martin acoustic guitar on her 18th birthday, Rae decided to drop out of college after just one semester. Her goal at the time had little to do with making music into a career, and everything to do with spending more time and energy with the community of musicians and writers she knew back home. Looking back on those days, she recalls the initial high of playing live at an open mic during winter break and realizing, “this is how I connect with people. I have to pursue this.” Rae has continued to connect with people through her music ever since, performing at mainstays like Newport Folk Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheater, and sharing stages with Father John Misty, Hiss Golden Messenger, Jenny Lewis, Jason Isbell, and Iron & Wine. The success of Putting On Airs also earned her a nomination for Emerging Act of The Year at the 2019 Americana Music Awards alongside other trailblazing artists like Yola, Jade Bird, and J.S. Ondara. When the Covid-19 pandemic called a halt to touring, Rae took advantage of the opportunity to revel in a wide range of musical influences she had absorbed since the making of Putting On Airs, sitting in an un-rushed space while deciding which direction she wanted to take her music next. Though Rae says the core of her work will always stem from the songwriting she was raised on, the making of Putting On Airs with collaborators Jerry Bernhardt, Dan Knobler, and Dominic Billett inspired her to deepen her music exploration outside the traditional Americana box and listen to records in a broader way. “It opened up a sonic world to me that I had always enjoyed, but that felt mysterious. The process of making my last record allowed me to visualize how recorded sounds come to be, so returning to recordings of beloved artists like Feist, Judee Sill, Wilco, became exciting all over again. I could suddenly imagine what was happening in the room to create what I was hearing on the recording.” This newfound excitement led Rae down many rabbit holes, particularly a deep-dive into English psych-folk artists like Kevin Ayers and Pete Dello And Friends, as well as songwriters like Gene Clark, Scott Walker, and Jesse Winchester. That expansive discovery of musicality led her to connect with Wilson, known for his work with artists like Father John Misty, Jenny O., and Roger Waters. Their shared love for the cinematic pop of the Walker Brothers, Bobbie Gentry, and the folk stylings of Margo Guryan created a solid foundation to create together, so Rae flew to Wilson's Five Star Studios in February 2021. Wilson called on musicians Jake Blanton (Bedouine, The Killers) and Drew Erickson (Weyesblood, Father John Misty) to contribute bass, keys, and string arrangements, and played drums and lead guitars himself. Erin invited friends Kevin Morby and Meg Duffy of Hand Habits to contribute, and Wilson's longtime friend Ny Oh to sing some of the background vocals. The result is a fresh, authentic, and singular collection of recordings that are clearly rooted in a classic "canyon" sound. Lighten Up also showcases a new level of personal growth for Rae, and invites listeners to share in the results of her work towards self-acceptance. “My last record was a lot of self-assessment and criticism, and trying to kick old habits and ways of relating to people,” Rae acknowledges. “This one is about blossoming, opening up, and living a little more in the present moment. Accepting what it is to be human.” In the lead single, “Modern Woman” Rae celebrates womanhood and femininity in all of its forms, countering outdated beliefs over driving drums and rocking guitars and inviting an inclusive perspective through her cheeky lyrics “come see a modern woman.” With “Lighten Up and Try” a song that embodies the album’s title, as well as its ethos, Rae dwells on the process of opening up to love and to life, and the vulnerability that comes with that process. Expounding on the song’s meaning, Rae shares, “This song for me just feels like celebrating the vulnerability of living. Saying yeah, ‘No one really knows what they’re doing. You just have to try.’” In the measured track, “Mind - Heart” Rae outlines the dangers of codependency, and through the straightforward lyrics, “the mind is fucked but the heart is pure,” she meditates on the unreliability of thoughts. “Both of my parents have practiced meditation throughout my life following different traditions. This song for me is essentially using mindfulness to detach from habitual patterns of thought and behavior, and reconnecting to the heart, the intuition.” In “True Love’s Face” she opens to the potential of love and the choice to not flee from it over retro melodies, affirming through her bell-like vocals, “I will know it when I see it / I will not turn it away.” And in the psychedelic “Candy + Curry” Rae balances awakening and being centered in the present moment, with a soundscape that invites the listener to relax and enjoy the ride. With Lighten Up, Rae hopes to give listeners the opportunity to borrow what she’s learned, that there can be a lightness when things feel heavy and that even our darkest corners can allow us to shine. “I hope this record encourages people to be a little softer towards themselves.” Rae shares. “If [Lighten Up] gives people listening the space to feel more tender towards themselves and move in the world from that place, that would be the dream for me.”

March 2024
March 13, 2024 7:30 PM
March 14, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 13, 2024
Americana Night with The Dirt Rakers & More!
Starts:
7:30 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
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FREE
10
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Show 7:30pm // $10 at the door

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. 

Felton Music Hall Presents:

AMERICANA NIGHT WITH THE DIRT RAKERS, FALSE BOTTOM BAND, AND ABIGAEL ELIZABETH

The Dirt Rakers are an Americana (Santa Cruz mountains honey jar Americana) band featuring Erik Rozite (guitar and vocals),  Jayne Williams (mandolin and vocals), Jay Hansen  (lead acoustic resonator guitar, slide), and Jojo Fox (bass and harmonies) Louisa Sandman (washboard).  We're a home-brewed group out of the redwoods in the Santa Cruz mountains, blending a high octane / cask-fermented feel, purdy harmonies, and a deep love of all rootsy genres of music. Rock, country, bluegrass, blues, jam band and folk all swirl together in our magical musical brew. We mix our original songs with some covers by anyone from Tom Petty, Wilco, Neil Young, and Devil Makes Three to old school tunes like Hank Williams, and The Carter Family … We're a bunch of good-time friends playing good-time music.

OUR  Album “FOGGY FOREST” can be found :

Dirtrakers.hearnow.com

Our website is dirtrakers,com where you can find out where we are playing and or have played (flyer section) we also have a few videos and pictures on our website for your viewing

FALSE BOTTOM BAND

False Bottom Band is a seven person string band out of Half Moon Bay, CA. Roots music is our muse. From Old-Timey and Bluegrass to Blues, Country, and beyond. False Bottom Band will take you from foot stompin’ euphoria to tear jerking, gospel-like harmonies and back again. We hail from a wide range of musical backgrounds and influences. Each member bringing something different to the table.  We blend it all together and let it simmer in a fresh, unique musical melting pot. 

We have been lucky enough to open for some incredible acts such as the Brothers Comatose, Yonder Mountain String Band, the Beaches, Wood Belly, and many more. 

https://www.falsebottomband.com/

ABIGAEL ELIZABETH:

Abigael Elizabeth is a Santa Cruz based singer songwriter, whose music emerges as a way for her to process the wild, beautiful, and sometimes painful experience of being human. Through vulnerable lyrics and enchanting melodies, Abigael weaves together a tapestry of intimate storytelling as both an offering to her listeners and a personal meditation.

March 2024
March 14, 2024 8:00 PM
March 15, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 14, 2024
Darren Kiely
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
Ages:
21
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $22 Advance & $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

DARREN KIELY

with NATHANIEL RILEY

Hailing from a quaint town in Co. Cork, Ireland, Darren Kiely’s folk-infused pop sound originates from his inherited love of traditional Irish music, intertwined with modern influences such as The Lumineers and Noah Kahan. At just five years old, Darren learned the tin whistle, and at eight years old he picked up the fiddle, eventually teaching himself to play guitar as well. Darren began singing in 2019, quickly garnering attention for his raw and fervent vocals and emotive delivery. After winning numerous honors at a national level in Irish traditional music, Darren found his way to New York in 2022 to continue developing his own music and sound. Since then, he has entered Ireland's top 50 viral charts on three separate occasions: with his debut single "How Could You Love Me,” followed by "Ella" and "Time To Leave.” The singer-songwriter recently added buzzworthy new track “Mom & Dad” to his repertoire, which debuted in the Top 40 on the Irish Singles Chart and also landed him in the Top 5 on the Irish Home Grown chart. With over 6.5 million total global streams under his belt, Kiely took his new music on the road in the fall, stopping for headlining shows in Boston and New York before bringing his THE ROAD HOME TOUR to his home country of Ireland in November. With stops in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick, the Irish leg of the tour sold out the same day it went on sale. Following his headline tour, Kiely toured across Europe with the 502s. Beginning in January 2024, Kiely will embark on a headline North American tour, THE LOST TOUR.

March 2024
March 15, 2024 8:00 PM
March 16, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 15, 2024
The Record Company - Roll With It Tour
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $31 Advance & $36 Day of Show / $98 General Admission 4-Pack

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

THE RECORD COMPANY - ROLL WITH IT TOUR

with SÁRAH ROGO

  1. “I ain’t ever givin’ up...”—DANCE ON MONDAYS
     
    At 2pm on December 19, 2022—the dreaded final day of the year in the music business—The Record Company got a telephone call from the, um, record company. It was the head of thelabel, who’d been sitting on their new demos for months, while the band satin limbo. It was ascene out of a movie about the bad luck bands sometimes have with big record labels: apleasant “hello” led to a Charlie Brown’s teacher murmur that amounted to “you’re dropped from the label, Happy Christmas, fellas.
    ”Apparently, the label was going “in a different direction”—Hollywood code for “The Record Company’s many radio hits and Grammy nomination are no guarantee that you’re going topush further into their idea of mainstream, or that you’re great at TikTok.”
    “It was tough to swallow,” says bassist Alex Stiff, “because we had already set out to write the most stripped-back and raw record we’d done in years, and they had demos of this new music,and ultimately dropped us. Combine that with some new economic realities, a canceled tour,and we really felt like everything was crashing down at once.”
    On The 4th Album, The Record Company see that rejection as a rite of renewal, a way to cleanse themselves, to start over. They head back to their roots: creating the raw, self-produced, blues-based music that in past years earned them multiple Billboard #1 AAA songs, aGrammy nomination, and brought them from playing small clubs to arena tours supporting John Mayer and Bob Seger.
    These “roots” would include half-working dumpster guitars, no-name drum sets from garagesales, no click tracks or studio tricks, all recorded in the bass player’s living room. “Almost everyband you love at some point tends to drift away from that raw spark that made them unique inthe first place,” says drummer Marc Cazorla. “They search for bigger sounds, bigger budgets,more expensive instruments, producers, mixers, etc. We’ve been subject to that as well, but now we’ve come back full circle to what matters most: making raw, honest music that moves peoples’ souls.
    ”The band titled the new collection “The4th Album” to signify the start of a new chapter. When the needle drops, we hear TRC lead singer Chris Vos spit out an offhanded quip: “I ain’t evergivin’ up, ”an impromptu line that is an instant touchstone for anyone who’s ever seen their dreams fading, and then been able to regain hope. That line quickly became a call-to-arms for the band and a rock-solid theme for this album.
    Says bassist Alex Stiff: “We all want to be moving on the steady rise forever, but then one day that momentum stops, and you’re not prepared for it. This song is very autobiographical as towhat we were going through. Finding the answer required a lot of soul searching, but ultimately we found it through the music. For us, it was saying: ‘I’m not doing a dance for anyone anymore.’”
    On The 4th Album, the band uses the same microphones that have been dropped at bar gigs a few too many times, and the same tarnished 2008 computer with recording software mostly laughed at by today’s standards. The album cover shows a hand-cut metal sign given to the band by a fan at a 2021 show in St Louis, Missouri. For the live show, the band is performing as a trio again, purposely scaling back bigger lineups they’ve used in the past. “We keep going back to a less-is-more philosophy with the new songs, and that translates to the show as well.The space between us is the 4th member,” says singer Chris Vos.
    On songs like “I Found Heaven (In My Darkest Days),”we hear Chris singing about walking a troubled path, but finding salvation in music, set to his harmonica and gospel roots wailing.“Talk To Me” displays a Motown-style drum and bass funk groove, while “Highway Lady” sets a 70’s smooth AM Radio backdrop, with the city views seemingly far behind in the rear view mirror, singing:“Highway Lady, where we gonna go today?
    The 4th Album finds the band at peace with themselves operating as outsiders in an ever-changing musical landscape. “You’re not going to find us posting goofy videos, salad recipes, ortelling the internet what every song is about,” says Chris. “We’ve had some ups and downs, but we’ve managed to find a way through it, and put it all back into the music.”
    The 4th Album is due for release September 15th, on Round Hill Records.
     
March 2024
March 16, 2024 8:00 PM
March 17, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 16, 2024
The Purple Ones - Insatiable Tribute to Prince
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
24
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $24 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

THE PURPLE ONES: INSATIABLE TRIBUTE TO PRINCE + DJ DEPOPE OF FUNK

Since 2012, Oakland California’s The Purple Ones treat the music and patented vibe of Prince’s legacy with the utmost respect. The musical dexterity of The Purple Ones – with 11-12 pieces on stage (including a 3-4 piece horn section and 3 vocalists that trade off lead vocals) – delivers their own spin on Prince’s (and other Prince related artists such as The Revolution, The New Power Generation, Sheila E., Morris Day & The Time and the general Minneapolis Sound) live onstage, as this funk machine, dance party has to be experienced to be believed!
The Purple Ones is a group of world-class musicians that carries out the Purple Legacy of the MUSIC. TPO brings the energy to the audience with the electricity Prince brought on his iconic live shows, something that no other Prince tribute out there can do. No karaoke studio arrangements here!  TPO is NOT a typical tribute band. There is no impersonator or look- a-like, nor do they dress up in goofy costumes or wigs. 
The Purple Ones has been packing venues, fairs, festivals and concert series up and down California, night after night, by speaking Prince’s musical language. energy, rhythm, creativity and of course…a serious dose of unadulterated funk. The Purple Ones tap into that soulful artistry like none other.
The Purple Ones is a labor of love that was born in 2012 when Bay Area based bandleader and founder, Morty Okin (“The New Morty Show”, co-founder of the Michael Jackson tribute “Foreverland” and Neil Diamond tribute “Super Diamond”,) decided to focus all of his energy on building the greatest Prince homage on the planet. 
The Purple Ones have been packing concert venues since their inception, growing a fan base over the years that includes long time Prince devotees and newbies that are just discovering the icon. Brown Mark and Matt “Doctor” Fink from The Revolution have performed with TPO onstage and is not uncommon for the band to be joined on stage by “Honorary Purple Ones” like celebrity “Super Fan,”  comedienne Margaret Cho and members of the artist’s extended musical family, including renowned percussionist (and brother of Sheila E,) Juan Escovedo who toured the world with Prince in the 80’s, as well as Sheila E’s longtime saxophonist Eddie M.
The Purple Ones’ Musical Director is Prince’s former Musical Director, bassist/guitarist and co-founder (and current member) of Prince’s “New Power Generation,” Levi Seacer Jr. Levi was with Prince for many years and is the only Prince band member to have played multiple instruments. Later, collaborating with Prince as a songwriter and Co-Producer on his projects. Now the lead guitarist and Musical Director of The Purple Ones, Seacer is determined to continue the musical legacy of his late friend and former band mate. He says one of the biggest keys to the authenticity is the ‘controlled chaos” that existed in Prince’s world that allowed for extreme creativity, “With Prince,” Levi says, “you tried everything. That’s the biggest thing I learned from him over all those years. If it doesn’t work you can always take it out, but if it does work…there’s no limit.”
 
March 2024
March 20, 2024 8:00 PM
March 21, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 20, 2024
One Drop Wednesdays Hosted by Ancestree
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
10
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $10 at the door

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. 

Felton Music Hall Presents:

ONE DROP WEDNESDAYS HOSTED BY ANCESTREE & MICROTIGER
with special guest DJ SPLEECE
 
One Drop Wednesdays celebrates community coming together to honor, love, and respect, the deep African and Jamaican roots of reggae music with a live band featuring an ever-rotating cast of rising stars from the Santa Cruz roots scene.
 

Patrons can submit song requests ahead of time by emailing OneDropRhythm@gmail.com  

March 2024
March 27, 2024 8:00 PM
March 28, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 27, 2024
That 1 Guy
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
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FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $22 Advance $25 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

THAT 1 GUY

With an extensive and amazing track record of unique and imaginative performances featuring his curious instrument and copious amounts of originality, Mike Silverman, a/k/a That1Guy, has set himself apart as a true one-of-a-kind talent that rivals any other artist currently in the entertainment industry. Averaging 150-200 shows a year all over North America and Canada, he has been a consistent favorite at such festivals as: Wakarusa, Electric Forest, Big Day out, All Good Music Festival, Bella, High Sierra Music Festival, Summer Meltdown, Montreal Jazz Festival, and many more. He was also the ʻTap Water Award’ winner at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for best musical act. His legendary collaboration and multiple tours with Buckethead performing as The Frankenstein Brothers has further cemented his virtuoso story as a creative visionary.

His innovation continues to soar with his latest tour, That1Guy & The Magic Pipe Present: An Evening of Musical Magical Wonder... The Likes of Which Ye Haven't Yet Seen, which kicked off in 2014. Along with his pioneering main instrument, The Magic Pipe, a monstrosity of metal, strings, and electronics, he facilitates the dynamic live creation of music and magic in ways only That1Guy can conjure. You can also expect to see magic seamlessly integrated into the already clever performance. With the addition of magic in his live shows, he has legitimately achieved an all-inclusive audio/visual performance unlike anything experienced before. “So much of my music has miraculous qualities to it because it’s hard to tell what’s going on. There are lots of slights of hand and sonic misdirection. It feels like I was meant to do magic”.

Silverman’s back-story is similar to many musicians that have come before him. He grew up a self-proclaimed music geek, soaked in the influence of his jazz musician father, and enrolled in San Francisco Conservatory of Music before joining the local jazz scene himself as a sought-after percussive bassist. This is where the similarities end though and where That1Guy truly began. “In my case, being a bass player, I just felt very restricted by the instrument itself,” he says. “I’ve always wanted to sound different and have my own sound. I was headed that way on the bass, but for me to fully realize what I was hearing in my head sonically I was going to have to do it my way”. His influential and innovative double bass style eventually evolved into what we see today as That1Guy and The Magic Pipe.

As his story continues to develop, Billboard has famously noted, “In the case of Mike Silverman’s slamming, futuristic funk act... the normal rules of biology just don’t apply.” In addition, Silverman also has new music and videos in the works for 2015 that will further validate his status as an industry trailblazer. “I like being my own person”, he says. “I didn’t set out to be a weirdo, but I’m starting to embrace it”. Ultimately, his motivation can be encapsulated as this: “Human beings do our best work when we’re challenged and pushed up against the wall”. That1Guy goes on to further explain, “By nature, we’re hunters and gatherers, spending each day looking for their next meal. It’s easy to be lazy when you don’t have to come up with something creative right away.”

March 2024
March 28, 2024 9:00 PM
March 29, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 28, 2024
Drop It Like It's Yacht: Yacht Rock Dance Party
Starts:
9:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 9pm // $22 Advance // $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

DROP IT LIKE ITS YACHT - THE SMOOTHEST YACHT ROCK DANCE PARTY

All aboard for the smoothest party cruising your way. DROP IT LIKE IT’S YACHT. Nothing but the greatest yacht rock favorites that will have you longing for an Asti Spumante. Set sail and vibe to the music of Kenny Loggins, Steely Dan, Michael McDonald, Christopher Cross, The Doobie Brothers and so much more! Bring your sea legs as we navigate through yacht rock’s greatest hits while sipping your favorite signature cocktails. Care for a little “Sax on the Beach” anyone? Dress to impress! Grab your captains hat, throw on some shades, and pop on those boat shoes for the ride of your life.

March 2024
March 29, 2024 8:00 PM
March 30, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 29, 2024
Freestone Peaches: Tribute to the Allman Brothers
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // 21+ // $22 General Admission Advance / $26 General Admission Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. 

Felton Music Hall Presents:

FREESTONE PEACHES: A TRIBUTE TO THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
 
Freestone Peaches captures the feel, excitement and raw energy of the Allman Brothers Band live in concert.
In the spirit of the Allman Brothers' fabled Fillmore East concerts, Freestone Peaches' performances are filled with the energy and hard driving exploration of the genuine article.  Featuring high energy vocals combined with harmony lead guitars, tandem drums, Hammond organ and rock steady bass, listeners can close their eyes and be taken right back to Bill Graham's storied concert halls.
March 2024
March 30, 2024 8:00 PM
March 31, 2024 12:00 AM
Mar 30, 2024
Madi Diaz: The Weird Faith Tour
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
24.5
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $24.50 Advance & $28 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

  1. MADI DIAZ - THE WEIRD FAITH TOUR
     
    with DANIEL NUNNELEE
     
    Madi Diaz has been making records and writing songs professionally since the late 2000s, but it wasn’t until she released 2021’s History Of A Feeling that she felt the glare of wider notoriety. It wasn’t her debut album, but it certainly felt like it. She made her daytime and nighttime television debuts, embarked on her first solo tour since 2014, supported Waxahatchee and Angel Olsen on tour, and collaborated with them on record. Harry Styles handpicked Diaz to open for him in arenas and stadiums in North America, and was so taken by her captivating live show, he asked her to be a member of his touring band, to sing alongside him all over Europe and the UK, as well as continuing to open the show in various cities. After three months on the road touring internationally, Diaz is back in Nashville and gearing up to release her new album, Weird Faith, perched on the precipice of her moment.
    On her last album, History of a Feeling, Diaz confronted the dissolution of a long relationship and a nuanced breakup. “Writing that record was like throwing a dart at an emotional dart board,” she says. “I was trying to get closer to the bullseye of the core of what I was feeling with no goal other than processing my own grief.” Though it was scary to put those feelings out there for mass consumption, Diaz found the process of bringing the record on tour strangely healing. Fans screamed along to her set, and the power of hearing her words echoed back to her at a place like Wembley Stadium was affirming. “It's so empowering to stand in a room hearing girls yelling as loud as they can possibly yell,” she says. While she penned songs for artists like Kesha, Little Big Town, and more, time on the road renewed Diaz’s excitement about her own project, her own story.
    On Weird Faith, Diaz once again examines a romantic partnership, but this time, her songs are about falling for someone and the endless self-questioning a new relationship inspires. “After being really burned by love – maybe relentlessly burned by it – the album is about being brave and trying again. Doing it differently,” she says. “It’s in our nature to try to be brave like that. You see the car crash coming. Maybe it won’t happen, but you're bracing for it anyway.” In the throes of new love, she repeatedly encountered the same questions: “Am I ready for this? Can I do this? Can I trust myself to know the good from the bad?”
    The album’s stirring closer “Obsessive Thoughts” is about exactly that. It opens with quivering strings, as if in mimicry of a nervous heartbeat, before the chorus crashes in like a gale force, toppling any sense of unease. “It’s a lot, it’s a lot/ Obsessive thoughts,” she howls. The song will vindicate anyone who’s ever struggled with the same and while Diaz might consider those obsessive thoughts an impediment, they’re also what makes her a bold, singular songwriter. The poetry in her lyrics don’t obfuscate the reality of what she’s singing about: trusting another person with your heart is hard.
    While writing Weird Faith, Diaz came up against a problem that has dogged songwriters since time immemorial. How do you write about romance, or love, without making it sentimental, schlocky, or fake? For Diaz, the answer was to explore how anxiety-inducing, if not downright humiliating falling in love can be. Weird Faith answers these questions bluntly, and Diaz says the record “chronicles a new relationship, but also a new relationship to myself.” This record exists between the time you say “I Love You” and the moment they say it back (or don’t). Album opener “Same Risk” acknowledges that feeling from the outset. “Do you think this could ruin your life? Cause I can see it ruining mine,” Diaz asks plainly. It’s a disarmingly honest moment, her barefaced and fearless lyrics becoming all the more impactful as the rhythm section briefly drops out of the mix. It’s but one of the breathtaking production choices Diaz made on the album with help from friends Sam Cohen and Konrad Syder. “Sam makes raw, grungy, rambunctious records, and I needed him to help me crack open the door and start sonically exploring what the record would be,” Diaz says about her time spent recording in Woodstock. “Later in Nashville, Konrad and I were able to push what we did even further, until it was beyond the sonic landscape of what I had set out to make.”
    Diaz’s collaborative spirit is the result of living in Nashville, where she moves in a tight-knit group of songwriters. “It’s the type of place where you get into deep conversations with people at 2AM then go to the gas station for a six pack because you’re not done talking yet,” she says. Kacey Musgraves is one of those friends and she accompanies Diaz on the devastating ballad “Don’t Do Me Good,” a song that mourns the end of a relationship before the inevitable end. It’s desperately lonely, a woman’s admission that peace eludes her, but Diaz is bolstered by Musgraves, as if to indicate that she’s never truly alone, that there is always a friend on the other end of the line waiting on your call.
    That difficulty of trusting someone with your heart comes to a head on “For Months Now,” which sounds like the hard-fought revelation at the end of a therapy session. “It’s about knowing a relationship is over, you just haven’t acknowledged it yet,” Diaz says. On “Hurting You,” she acknowledges it. “Hurting you is hurting me,” she fervently sings on the chorus, her stark words bolstered by the sparest production heard on the album. It’s a crushing song, but it’s also an auspicious one. When Diaz started writing Weird Faith, she knew it would be bigger than a love story. She didn’t yet know that she was rendering a self-portrait, one that captures the Madi Diaz of a fleeting moment in time, hungrily alive and forever searching. A search that has led to a record highlighting the human experience of spinning out on the fall into love, bold in its honesty, and matching the momentum of Madi Diaz.
April 2024
April 4, 2024 8:00 PM
April 5, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 4, 2024
Andy Frasco & The U.N.
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
24
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $24 Advance & $26 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

ANDY FRASCO & THE U.N.

with TV BROKEN 3RD EYE OPE ft. KATIE SKENE

 

Andy Frasco & The U.N. have long been the high-flying DIY renegades of the touring scene knownand loved for their kaleidoscopic musical fusion and one-of-a-kind onstage audacity. Nowcelebrating their longevity, the band is shaking things up withL’Optimist(Fun MachineRecords/Soundly), as its title suggests, Frasco’s most hopeful and enthusiastic collection thus far.A testament to Frasco’s wide-ranging influences and boundless energy, his band’s sixth releasedstudio album sees the magnetic frontman continuing to chart his path of self-exploration andpersonal discovery through increasingly introspective lyricism and musical adventure. Songs like“Everything Bagel (Feat. Artikal Sound System)” and the deeply moving “Iowa Moon” touch onmatters ofthe heart and mental health, emotional struggle and the sheer vulnerability of thehuman experience, all relayed through a wildly eclectic approach navigating funk, jazz, surf rock,blues, swing, gospel, reggae, exotica, and more with horn-blasted positivity and soulful power.“I fight depression every single day,” Frasco says, “and the only way to fight depression is throughoptimism. I try to write optimistic songs because optimism keeps me going. As humans, I don'tthink we're all that much different.Everyone needs a little optimism to keep going.”

April 2024
April 6, 2024 8:00 PM
April 7, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 6, 2024
Alborosie with special guests F.Y.A.H. and Jwadi
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
30
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $30 Advance & $35 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

Alborosie: For the Culture U.S. Tour with special guests F.Y.A.H. and Jwadi

“Music knows no boundaries,” announced David Rodigan on Alborosie's debut album. “Music is an international force, an international language. From Sicily to Kingston, Jamaica, this is Alborosie. Real, authentic reggae music.” 

Twelve years later and the Sicilian-born Alborosie headlines festivals around the world and has earned the respect of the entire reggae industry. A talented writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist who sings as well as deejays, he’s lived in Kingston for over a decade and is now a leading light of Jamaica's resurgent music scene thanks to a series of widely acclaimed albums on Greensleeves. 

The latest is Unbreakable: Alborosie Meets The Wailers United, released on June 29th and that's shared with members of Bob Marley's former backing band The Wailers. 

“Bob Marley was one of my idols," says Alborosie. "He was the greatest in terms of spirituality, musicality and everything else but this is about the Wailers, because they have a chemistry that goes beyond Bob. They are a legendary band and until the end of time their name will always be there. That's why I call the album Unbreakable because it's the sound of the musicians themselves and when they come together, it's just magic."

F.Y.A.H.

F.Y.A.H. is the latest project of Delroy "Pele" Hamilton, a co-founder, leader, and bassist of the popular Jamaican reggae band Raging Fyah. With three albums, including the GRAMMY-Nominated album "Everlasting" under his belt, Pele decided to dive deeper into music production when the pandemic hit and isolation became the new normal. “I challenged myself to become a better writer, musician, producer and this led to the birth of F.Y.A.H.

Pele's journey to F.Y.A.H has been long and winding, but these experiences have allowed him to create music that resonates deeply with people. "The power of music is when it comes straight from the heart. That's when it truly connects with people. They can feel that vibration," he says. While reggae still remains at the core of F.Y.A.H., Pele also incorporated other genres and influences to create a unique sound that reflects his personal journey and experiences. "I have a deep love for reggae music, but as a musician, I also appreciate other styles. You'll hear those influences in this new F.Y.A.H. project, but at the heart of it all, it's always reggae music. I'm not trying to change that," Pele explains.

Pele collaborated with talented musicians, including guitarist Nicolas Groskopf and vocalist Elton Earlington, to create F.Y.A.H.'s debut album, "Free Your Authentic Heart." This album features a dozen new tracks of roots reggae style with a message of hope, resilience, and love. "I poured my heart into these songs. This is me, not an act," Pele shares.

JWADI

Hailing from South Carolina and now living in Santa Barbara, California, JWADI is not just a music artist; he's a storyteller, a genre-blender, and a captivating performer. With a passion for crafting music that transcends boundaries, JWadi has carved out a unique niche in the music scene by fusing the rhythmic traditions of reggae with the edgy energy of rock, all while adding a touch of indie authenticity.

Jordan Miller aka JWADI is the co-founder and former lead singer of THE MOVEMENT.

ALL THAT GLITTERS dropped Sept 23, 2023. The album was primarily written and recorded during his time in a halfway house. 

April 2024
April 9, 2024 8:00 PM
April 10, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 9, 2024
KBong & Johnny Cosmic - Mountain High Spring Tour
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm // Ages 21+ // $22 Advance & $25 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

KBONG & JOHNNY COSMIC - MOUNTAIN HIGH SPRING TOUR

with BOOSTIVE

KBong is a Singer-songwriter inspired by traveling, hiking and spending time in tropical places 🌴☀️🌊 

Johnny Cosmic is a multi instrumentalist with over 20 years of experience in music production and live performance. 

They have been performing and writing music together for over 8 years. 

April 2024
April 11, 2024 8:00 PM
April 12, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 11, 2024
Saxsquatch presents Big Foot Rave
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
17
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm // Ages 21+ // GENERAL ADMISSION TIER 1 $17 / GENERAL ADMISSION TIER 2 $20 / GENERAL ADMISSION TIER 3 $22 / GENERAL ADMISSION TIER 4 $24/ GENERAL ADMISSION TIER 5 $27 / COSTUME ADD ON $5

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

SAXSQUATCH PRESENTS BIG FOOT RAVE
 
April 2024
April 12, 2024 8:00 PM
April 13, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 12, 2024
Lindsay Lou
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm // Ages 21+ // $22 Advance & $24 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

LINDSAY LOU

“Guided by life experiences, Lindsay Lou's sound and songwriting continues to evolve and intertwine her sturdy Bluegrass roots with progressive Americana and Folk.” – PBS

“I saw a literal manifestation of the sacred feminine, and had this profound sense that I was meant to embody it,” recalls celebrated singer-songwriter Lindsay Lou after journeying through a hallucinogenic ritual that would inform the way she processed waves of grief in the sea of change ahead of her. The loss of her grandmother, the end of her marriage, and the overwhelming turmoil of COVID lockdowns found the Nashville-based artist on a spiritual journey of self-knowledge and healing with this gift from the mystic swirl. On her new album Queen of Time (due September 29th from Kill Rock Stars), Lou explores that quest across ten tracks of tender, heartbreakingly beautiful music.

With this new vision of womanhood in mind, Lou began to see a throughline from her grandmother, to herself, to the art she was creating. Her 2018 release, Southland (recorded with her former band, The Flatbellys), felt like the first chapter to a greater story that was unfolding; with this release, the theme deepened. “It started with my grandma. She was the unattainable woman in a way,” Lou explains. “She had 12 kids and ran homeless shelters and was always taking people in. She felt that her calling was to be a mother to everyone – this communal caregiver – but it also meant that in belonging to everyone, she also belonged to no one. I realized that this is the catch-22 of anyone who is a woman unto herself. Women, first and foremost, belong to themselves, so nobody can really have them; but, there's also this element of self-sacrificing and giving to the idea of the feminine.”

Lou’s vocals are a powerful companion to her songwriting. “In an era when style and trends can become genericana, [Lou] focuses on the song,” said No Depression. “It is infectious and joyful, soulful even.” The undeniable centerpiece throughout Queen of Time, Lou’s voice is a molasses-sweet instrument equally capable of clarion ache, slicing deep into the soul. The daughter of a literal coal-miner and millwright, and the granddaughter of a teacher gone Rainbow Gathering healer, Lou honed her honest and resonant style with her bluegrass-inspired band, Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys, and Michigan supergroup, Sweet Water Warblers (Rachael Davis, May Erlewine), excavating elements of bluegrass, folk, Americana, and soulful pop for their emotional depths. The Warblers’ debut album, The Dream That Holds This Child (2020), was dubbed “a testament to the trio’s range” by Billboard, running the gamut of blues, gospel, soul, and Appalachian folk.

On this latest record, Lou has refined those gemstones to a brilliant luster, holding the listener’s hand on the path filled with heartbreak, discovery, and resilience. On “Nothing Else Matters” (co-written by Nashville musicians Maya de Vitry and Phoebe Hunt), Lou blends those emotions into one vibrant present. The track features GRAMMY® Award winner Jerry Douglas, his immediately recognizable dobro work helping Lou tap into her bluegrass roots while she unravels this new vision of the world. “There is something incredibly iconic to Jerry’s playing; it’s unmistakable,” says Lou. “Like every touch of his bar to the string speaks exactly to the heart of the song. I feel really honored to have his musical voice among the players.”

Lou explores the continued theme of duality on lead single and album namesake “Queen of Time”, her limber, golden vocals backed by a suite of acoustic guitar, psychedelic synth and an energetic rhythm section. The song’s lyrics play out like zen koans. “I’ve spent years at this point, listening and reflecting on this record. ‘Queen of Time’ seems to embody the entire work’s theme of self-discovery in a way that almost feels like a wake up slap in the face; like if it was a snake, it would have bit me,” says Lou. “And I think that’s kinda the nature of self-discovery. It’s discovering something you knew all along.”

On the radiant “On Your Side (Starman)”, Lou sings to a loved one through rose-colored glasses, as if they were her hero. “You can be the starman/ The lightning in the sky/ I will be a shelter/ ‘Cause I am on your side,'' she sings, a lithe mandolin bolstering her serene offer of support. Bathed in harmonies and supported by a honeyed troupe of pedal steel, guitars, and a splashy percussion section, Lou sounds like a heroine herself, a gleaming bastion of strength and love. 

Elsewhere, “Nothing’s Working” finds Lou dueting with GRAMMY®-winning guitar virtuoso Billy Strings on their co-write. (You can hear String’s version of it, accompanying Lou, on his 2020 release Renewal). “This was another track that came together over the course of a few years; it lived as the first verse alone for a long time,” recalls Lou. “A suicide in our community stirred me to finish the lyrics, and pandemic gave Billy and I some extra time at home to flush it out.”

The message comes through in the lyrics as Lou sings, “Take time to listen to the quiet ones/ Watch how the rain gives up a chance to swim/ Burn the broken bridges and build them up again,” the duo crying out for change in the face of the endless pain and violence in personal lives and spread across the media. String’s flat-picked guitar ripples and writhes, a deep purple smoke pervading the track. 

“I’ve been fortunate to have spent formative years surrounded by immensely talented friends and collaborators, who, like Billy, feel more like family at this point.” explains Lou. “Having them lend their voices to this record is very special to me.”

Lou’s devotion to understanding where she came from plays a central role not only in the ethos of Queen of Time, but in its sound. “I have 27 hours of conversations that I recorded with my grandma, her telling me her story and explaining how she developed her unorthodox, somewhat radical, somewhat fringe philosophy,” Lou says with a wistful smile. Snippets of those recordings are infused into the album, as in the delightfully Calypso-flecked “Love Calls”. And as the album nears its end, another call to grandma helps exorcize the pain of death. “Nothing can stay bad forever,” Grandma Nancy reminds us, and you can feel the tears being wiped aside and replaced by something new—hope and resilience.

Named among NPR’s “12 Best Live Performances” in 2015, Lou has long been beloved as a live performer, from Telluride Bluegrass Festival to Stagecoach, Celtic Connections to Australia’s National Folk Festival, and a “Can’t Miss Act” at AmericanaFest—not to mention acclaim from PBS, No Depression, Billboard, Holler, Paste, and The Bluegrass Situation, among other outlets. But on Queen of Time, Lou captures a new arc of haloed beauty, becoming unattainable in her own way—a vibrant, powerful woman who can share herself with the world, and yet define a mystic sense of inner self as well.

April 2024
April 13, 2024 7:30 PM
April 14, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 13, 2024
Gone Gone Beyond
Starts:
7:30 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
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27
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Show 7:30pm // $27 General Admission / $32 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

GONE GONE BEYOND

with DANIEL RODRIGUEZ and TAYLOR RAE

April 2024
April 18, 2024 8:00 PM
April 19, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 18, 2024
Moonalice
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
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22
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21
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $22 Advance & $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

MOONALICE

Moonalice is an exuberant Bay Area ten-piece known for delivering a unique brand of psychedelic soul and rock-tinged Americana. With an unparalleled list of collaborations with some of the biggest names in music, the family tree of Moonalice has touchedevery corner of rock and roll history. Led by vocalist Lester Chambers, who co-founded pioneering '60s psychedelic soul group The Chambers Brothers; bassist Pete Sears, a founding member of Jefferson Starship who has played with everyone from Rod Stewart to Jimi Hendrix, and guitarist Roger McNamee, who was an advisor to Grateful Dead and U2 and fights against entrenched power in the tech industry - their incredible chemistry shines through in their live performances and the recent release of the Chambers Brothers classic, "Time Has Come Today." Moonalice also features esteemed members Barry Sless (lead guitar and pedal steel), Jason Crosby (keyboards), Grammy winner John Molo (drums), along with the next generation of legends including Lester's son Dylan Chambers, and Erika, Rachel, and Chloe Tietjen of acclaimed Americana band the T Sisters. Moonalice has a renegade spirit and an ethos of love, peace, and happiness that permeates everything they do.

April 2024
April 20, 2024 7:00 PM
April 21, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 20, 2024
Shemekia Copeland
Starts:
7:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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29.5
Ages:
21
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About the Show and the Artist:

Show 7pm // $29.50 Advance / $32 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

SHEMEKIA COPELAND

with PREACHER BOY

Award-winning blues, soul and Americana singer Shemekia Copeland possesses one of the most instantly recognizable and deeply soulful roots music voices of our time. She is beloved worldwide for the fearlessness, honesty and humor of her revelatory music, as well as for delivering each song she performs with unmatched passion. Copeland — winner of the 2021 Blues Music Award for B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year— connects with her audience on an intensely personal level, taking them with her on what The Wall Street Journal calls “a consequential ride” of “bold and timely blues.” NPR Music says Shemekia sings with “punchy defiance and potent conviction.” The Houston Chronicle describes her songs as “resilient pleas for a kinder tomorrow.”
On her new Alligator album, Done Come Too Far, Copeland continues the story she began telling on 2018’s groundbreaking America’s Child and 2020’s Grammy-nominated Uncivil War, reflecting her vision of America’s past, present and future. On Done Come Too Far, she delivers her hard-hitting musical truths through her eyes, those of a young American Black woman, a mother, and a wife. But she likes to have a good time too, and her music reflects that, at times putting her sly sense of humor front and center. “This album was made by all sides of me — happy, sad, silly, irate — they’re all a part who I am and who we all are. I’m not political. I’m just talking about what’s happening in this country.”
And she doesn’t hold back. Recorded in Nashville and produced by multi-instrumentalist/songwriter Will Kimbrough (who also produced her previous two albums), Done Come Too Far is Copeland at her charismatic, passionate, confrontational best. With singular purpose and simmering power, Copeland unleashes the searing, history-fueled tracks Too Far To Be Gone (featuring Sonny Landreth on scorching slide guitar) and Done Come Too Far (with Grammy-winner Cedric Burnside duetting and playing Mississippi Hill Country blues guitar). “If you think we’re stopping,” she sings in both songs, “you got it wrong.” On The Talk, Copeland shares the brutally honest, harrowing reality of a Black mother talking with her son about surviving an encounter with the police (with the great Charles Hodges of the famed Hi Rhythm Section on pulsating B-3 organ). On the all-t00-timely Pink Turns To Red (written and recorded prior to the May 2022 Uvalde, Texas school shooting), Copeland decries America’s gun violence epidemic.
Done Come Too Far’s better times and brighter days come on just as strong in the fun and swampy Fried Catfish And Bibles and the boot-kickin’, semi-autobiographical Fell In Love With A Honky. Spirits get lifted in Copeland’s celebratory interpretation of Ray Wylie Hubbard’s Barefoot In Heaven, before closing the set with the heartfelt love song, Nobody But You, written by her renowned father, the late Texas bluesman Johnny Clyde Copeland.
Copeland is used to the spotlight. Born and raised in Harlem, New York in 1979, she first stepped on stage with her famous father at New York’s Cotton Club when she was eight. As soon as Copeland released her Alligator Records debut Turn The Heat Up in 1998 at age 18, she instantly became a blues and R&B force to be reckoned with. The New York Times and CNN, among many others, praised her talent, larger-than-life personality, dynamic, authoritative voice and true star power. With each subsequent release, Copeland’s music continued to evolve. From her debut through 2005’s The Soul Truth, Shemekia earned eight Blues Music Awards and a host of Living Blues Awards. 2000’s Wicked received the first of her four Grammy nominations. After two successful releases on Telarc (including 2012’s Grammy-nominated 33 1/3), Copeland returned to Alligator Records in 2015 with the Grammy-nominated, Blues Music Award-winning Outskirts Of Love, melding blues with more rootsy, Americana sounds. With 2018’s America’s Child, Copeland, now the mother of a baby boy, sang about the blessings and curses of the world around her. MOJO magazine named America’s Child the #1 blues release of 2018. It won both the Blues Music Award and the Living Blues Award for Album Of The Year. AllMusic said,Witty and sincere…Shemekia Copeland is one of the best singers in contemporary blues, not just for her voice but for her courage to use it to say something about American culture…showing good times and a social conscience can co-exist.”In addition to earning a Grammy Award nomination (her fourth), Copeland’s groundbreaking 2020 release Uncivil War was named the 2020 Blues Album Of The Year by DownBeat, MOJO and Living Blues magazines. The album, like its predecessor, looked at the hardships and happiness people encounter, seeking common ground, demanding change and still finding ways to have a good time. “Shemekia Copeland is a powerhouse,” said Rolling Stone. “She can do no wrong.”
Copeland has performed thousands of gigs at clubs, festivals and concert halls all over the world, and has appeared in films, on national television, NPR, and has been the subject of major feature stories in hundreds of magazines, newspapers and internet publications. She’s sung with Bonnie Raitt, Keith Richards, Carlos Santana, Dr. John, James Cotton and many others, and has shared a bill with The Rolling Stones. She entertained U.S. troops in Iraq and Kuwait in 2008, a trip she says, “that opened my eyes to the larger world around me and my place in it.” In 2012, she performed with B.B. King, Mick Jagger, Buddy Guy, Trombone Shorty, Gary Clark, Jr. and others at the White House for President and Mrs. Obama. She has showcased on PBS’s Austin City Limits and was the subject of a six-minute feature on the PBS News Hour.
Copeland was the subject of a recent Washington Post Sunday magazine story and appeared on both NPR’s Weekend Edition and Here And Now. And NPR’s Jazz Night In America recently aired an hour-long program featuring Copeland. In April 2022, she performed at the United Nations General Assembly Hall to a worldwide audience of millions as part of International Jazz Day celebrations. Copeland continues to host her own popular daily blues radio show on SiriusXM’s Bluesville.
But it’s not just press and radio singing Copeland’s praises. She is beloved by her fellow musicians across genres and demographics. Jeff Beck called her “amazing.” Carlos Santana said, “She’s incandescent…a diamond.” Bonnie Raitt told BBC radio, “Shemekia always knocks me out.” The late John Prine said, “She doesn’t sound like anybody else.” Mary Gauthier declared, “Shemekia is one of the great singers of our time. Her voice is nothing short of magic.” As for the continuing evolution of her music, Copeland is very clear. “Once my son was born,” she says, “I became even more committed to making the world a better place. On America’s Child, Uncivil War and now Done Come Too Far, I’ve been trying to put the ‘United’ back into United States. Friends, family and home, these things we all value.”
With Done Come Too Far, Copeland hits harder than ever with musically and lyrically adventurous songs and jaw-dropping performances that are at once timely and timeless. The Chicago Tribune’s famed jazz critic Howard Reich said, “Shemekia Copeland is the greatest female blues vocalist working today. She pushes the genre forward, confronting racism, hate, xenophobia and other perils of our time. Regardless of subject matter, though, there’s no mistaking the majesty of Copeland’s instrument, nor the ferocity of her delivery. Copeland reaffirms the relevance of the blues.”

April 2024
April 25, 2024 8:00 PM
April 26, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 25, 2024
William Tyler & The Impossible Truth
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $22 Advance // $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

  1. WILLIAM TYLER & THE IMPOSSIBLE TRUTH
  2.  
  3. On January 25, William Tyler returns with Goes West, his follow-up to 2016’s Modern Country. Listen to first single “Fail Safe” now, and pre-order Goes West on CD, LP, and limited-edition translucent green Peak Vinyl, the latter of which includes a 24” × 36” full-color foldout poster of the Robert Beatty cover art. All pre-orders will receive Dispatches from Echo Magic, an 8-song bonus CD available only in the Merge store or with the purchase of Goes West at your local independent record store, while supplies last. Recorded with Scott Hirsch at Echo Magic West in Ojai, CA, the CD features early versions of five songs from Goes West plus three other tracks from the session that are only available here.

    Listen to & share William Tyler’s “Fail Safe” now

    An excerpt from the M.C. Taylor-penned bio:

    William and I bonded early in our relationship over Barry Hannah, a hellraising writer from Mississippi who practically reinvented the way that words could be assembled on a page. Like Hannah, William Tyler knows the South—as a crucible of American histories and cultures, an entity capable of expansive beauty and incomprehensible violence, often in the same beat—as his native place, the place that holds him and that he runs from. In the music of William Tyler, the South is not apart from America; the South is America condensed. And like Hannah—and this part is important—William moved to California, where Goes West was written. We don’t know how long William will stay—Hannah lasted just a couple of years, writing in the employ of director Robert Altman—but the change of scenery seems to suit him.

    Goes West marks a sort of narrowing of focus for William’s music; it sounds as though he found a way to point himself directly towards the rich and bittersweet emotional center of his music without being distracted by side trips. Perhaps this is down to the fact that William only plays acoustic guitar on the album, a clear and conscious decision considering that he is one of Nashville’s great electric guitarists. The band that performs Goes West alongside William—including guitarists Meg Duffy and Bill Frisell, bassist and producer Brad Cook, keyboardist James Wallace, drummer Griffin Goldsmith, and engineer Tucker Martine—is the best and most sympathetic group of players that William could have assembled to play these songs.

    William Tyler is currently performing solo sets on tour with Ty Segall. Stay tuned for more Goes West news by following Tyler on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

April 2024
April 26, 2024 8:00 PM
April 27, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 26, 2024
Foreverland
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
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FREE
26
Ages:
21
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All
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Show 8pm // $26 General Admission & $22 General Admission 4 Packs

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

FOREVERLAND - THE ELECTRIFYING TRIBUTE TO MICHAEL JACKSON

Since 2009, Foreverland has been mesmerizing audiences around the country with their larger-than-life tribute to the one and only Michael Jackson.
Featuring three dynamic vocalists, a powerhouse rhythm section, and the hardest working horn section in the biz, Foreverland recreates hits from the Jackson 5 era through the end of Michael’s incredible career in a way that honors the King of Pop’s musical genius and legendary showmanship like no other tribute band has ever done.

April 2024
April 27, 2024 8:00 PM
April 28, 2024 12:00 AM
Apr 27, 2024
The Polish Ambassador
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
37
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $37 Advance $42 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

THE POLISH AMBASSADOR

with MORILLO and GRANDFATHER GOLD

Musician. Producer. Beatsmith. Recording artist. Composer. Dance-floor general. Label-head. A mystery man of many hats, The Polish Ambassador rocks more than just a trademark jumpsuit, authoring sublime, intentional artistic works, animated safaris in technicolor sound.  At first breath, The Polish Ambassador was an experiment, David Sugalski’s sound-art passion project that came to life. An inventive, imaginary character bor Bold Keyboard shortcut Command+Bn of humble, humorous beginnings, he found his first audiences through the support of primitive digital radio stations. Today, TPA is among the premier EDM/live crossover artists in the country with millions of listeners around the world; he’s consistently in-demand at the live music-focused gatherings and boutique electronic festivals from coast to coast. Founder of independent label Jumpsuit Records, an environmentalist and early progenitor of the permaculture action movement, the world’s funkiest diplomat is here to party with a purpose. 

MORILLO

Zach Morillo is a walking, living, breathing beat machine. Since age 7 when he first sat down at a set of drums and stepped into the world of making music, he has been fiercely dedicated to perfecting his passion for captivating audiences with infectiously deep, funky beats. Now having produced for and performed live with multiple international artists such as Childish Gambino, Kat Deluna, Rhye, Jahfe, and Sounduo, Zach has mastered his ability to captivate audiences on massive stages around the world.

GRANDFATHER GOLD

Raised in a remote ocean cove by sirens and sea lions, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Brian Parks a.k.a. Grandfather Gold developed a taste for music of all kinds. His self-titled release ‘Grandfather Gold’ conjures colorful imagery, desert landscapes, lush harmonies, and soothing folk sounds that feel timeless. You can feel the tides of the ocean in his music. His forthcoming album, FutureGeeGee Vol. 1 is the first in a series of genre bending indie dance music. Think Bonobo meets Neil Young, with some sugar and spice sprinkled on top.

May 2024
May 4, 2024 8:00 PM
May 5, 2024 12:00 AM
May 4, 2024
Grahame Lesh & Friends
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
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Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // 21+ // $22 Advance // $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. 

Felton Music Hall Presents:

GRAHAME LESH & FRIENDS

May 2024
May 10, 2024 8:00 PM
May 11, 2024 12:00 AM
May 10, 2024
Fleetwood Macramé
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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25
Ages:
21
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About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $25 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

FLEETWOOD MACRAMÉ

Fleetwood Macramé has become one of the Bay Area's most exciting tribute bands. What began as a simple exercise in fun has turned into an awe inspiring live experience complete with show stopping renditions of Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits. Audience participation is encouraged, and Bay Area crowds are coming in droves to sing along with Fleetwood Macramé. What's more, they sound so much like Fleetwood Mac, if you closed your eyes, you would think it was the real thing. Only it's better, because you are in the front row!

May 2024
May 18, 2024 8:00 PM
May 19, 2024 12:00 AM
May 18, 2024
Fruition - Hard To Make Money Tour
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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FREE
22
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $22 Advance / $25 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

FRUITION - HARD TO MAKE MONEY TOUR

Fruition's three-part harmonies and impromptu performances captivated crowds on street corners and in campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest initially, but their remarkable 15-year journey has seen them emerge as a singular force in the world of Americana on some of the nation's biggest stages. Channeling the delicate, playful, and honest focus on songcraft and vocal harmony of groups like the Beatles and CSNY, the band continues to create timeless and genuine folk, roots, and rock 'n roll.

Distinguished by three accomplished songwriters and a rhythm section that serves each song with a finely tuned attention to detail and aesthetic, Fruition manages to consistently release a body of work that is both uniquely their own and instantly familiar. 2024 will see them release a brand new studio album, while preparing a 2nd album for 2025 and a full complement of festival and headline touring.

May 2024
May 29, 2024 8:00 PM
May 30, 2024 12:00 AM
May 29, 2024
Colby Acuff
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
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22
Ages:
21
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About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $22 Advance & $27 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

COLBY ACUFF

Sometimes it seems like country has forgotten its wild roots – or least outgrown them, changing
as it has to reflect an ever-evolving world. Then there’s a guy like Colby Acuff.
A fourth generation Idaho native with a rugged spirit true to his mountain home, honest-to-a-fault
lyrics and a sound as raw as the remote wilderness, Acuff’s untamed brand of country stands
proudly apart in today’s format, pure and untouched by modern gimmicks.
Self-taught and largely self-contained, he’s already used it to find success on his own terms. Just
don’t expect him to follow the pack.
“If you wanna do something right, you’ve gotta do it yourself,” Acuff says, speaking with the
hardscrabble charm of an old-soul troubadour.
Hailing from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, a Rocky Mountain oasis near the very top of the continental
U.S., that proudly-independent attitude forms the heart of Acuff’s outgoing personality – and a
creative drive stretching all the way back.
Growing up, Acuff was always busy with three things – fishing, duck hunting and making music –
and it was music that captured his imagination. He learned piano at 5, drums at 9 and guitar at 11,
took the stage for the first time at 12 and was even writing songs by 15 – and even those early
efforts were unique, inspired by bold artistic outliers.
Favorites included bluegrass trailblazers like Flatt & Scruggs, who broke away from the great Bill
Monroe to go their own way, plus country “outlaws” like Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson –
some of the first to successfully buck the Nashville system. Even modern-day mavericks like
Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers have his admiration, although Acuff has always followed his
own winding path. So winding, in fact, he eventually wondered what else he could do ... and with
typical go-your-own-way flair, went and found out.
Studying economics in college, Acuff excelled in finance, sold real estate for rent money and was
even offered a job as a junior stockbroker – a cushy opportunity for any recent graduate. But he
turned it down cold. He could have worked 15 years and been handed a successful business,
Acuff explains. But that wasn’t him. As much as he bristled at the thought of office life, even
worse would be following a course he didn’t chart himself.
Instead, Acuff became a fly-fishing guide, spending days on the river and selling out bars each
night. The hometown hero traveled the Northwest releasing three independent albums from 2020
through 2022, including the “life changing” If I Were the Devil.
From two-stepping honky tonk anthems with a frontier philosopher's eye, to serene campfire
confessions, full of spiritual scar tissue and road-weary wisdom, each one was written solo and
pulled straight from the life he actually lived – and because of that, none were your “typical”
country song.
“I’ve never written for radio, I’ve never written for anything other than me and my fans – and I

don’t write love songs,” Acuff says with a laugh. “My girlfriend hates that about me.”
Working with acclaimed producer/engineer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Cody Jinks),
Acuff’s released his major label debut, Western White Pines, in 2023. Another batch of gritty,
solo-written songs – plus the first ever cowrites of a promising career – it introduced a country
talent as wild and free as the Idaho mountains themselves. The collection was regarded as one of
the year’s best albums by Saving Country Music, Whiskey Riff, All Country News, Country Chord,
and more.
He’s on the road with Flatland Cavalry and 49 Winchester throughout the spring and will join
Luke Combs for stadium dates across the country this summer. But despite this new chapter, he’s
got no plans of taming down.
“You’ve got two options: you can make music for you and the people who are gonna hear it, or
you can make music for the people who are gonna pay for it,” Acuff says. “And I always lean
toward making music for you and your fans.”

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June 2024
June 13, 2024 8:00 PM
June 14, 2024 12:00 AM
Jun 13, 2024
Couch
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
25
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $25 Advance $30 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

COUCH

with SOPHIA JAMES

Boston-based band Couch infuses pop with funk, rock, and R&B/soul. Their vibrant sound is further defined by the members’ backgrounds in jazz, a cappella, and musical theater. 

Until Spring 2021, Couch members were scattered across the country at various universities; they tackled the challenges of being a “long-distance” band, writing and even recording virtually for three years. Despite these challenges, they celebrated the release of their debut EP, “COUCH,” in February 2021 as well as three new singles and a headline tour in 2022.

In 2023, Couch released their sophomore EP, Sunshower, accompanied by an eponymous 20-city national tour, performances at Boston Calling and Levitate, and a sold-out UK tour.

Couch injects each project with their signature flavor: expressive horns, warm vocals, and bubbling synths—crafting an oasis of joy for musicians and non-musicians alike. Stay up to date on their activity by following them on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.

SOPHIA JAMES

Sophia James is a once in a generation vocal talent, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. Born into a family of famous touring musicians, Sophia’s life has been spent performing, creating and breathing music. As a new artist with over 23 million streams from independent releases, Sophia can be described as “timeless authenticity”, in an age characterized by of-the-moment trends. Since graduating from UCLA music school in 2022, Sophia has been writing, releasing, and performing her own music. Equally confident with a full band, solo, or with a looping machine, she has toured extensively, and has recently opened for acts such as Eloise, Jensen McRae, Cannons and Couch. Her third EP “Clockwork” is set to release on April 1st.

August 2024
August 17, 2024 8:00 PM
August 18, 2024 12:00 AM
Aug 17, 2024
Rash: A Tribute to Rush
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
31
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Show 8pm // $31 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

RASH: A TRIBUTE TO RUSH

Since 2010, Rash: A Tribute to Rush has recreated the energy, the sound – the whole spectacle – of Rush live and in their prime. Seasoned performers all, this group of Rush fans came together with single-minded intent to perform their favorite Rush music and to sound as much like Rush as possible. Performing greatest hits and deep cuts with tremendous attention to detail, Rash will please the hardcore fan and casual listener alike.

September 2024
September 26, 2024 7:30 PM
September 27, 2024 12:00 AM
Sep 26, 2024
Hoodoo Gurus
Starts:
7:30 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
32
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 6:30pm // Show 7:30pm // Ages 21+ // $32 Advance & $37 Day of Show

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

HOODOO GURUS

November 2024
November 9, 2024 8:00 PM
November 10, 2024 12:00 AM
Nov 9, 2024
You Should Be Dancing - A Tribute to the Bee Gees
Starts:
8:00 pm
Ends:
12:00 am
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to show start time.
Entry Fee:
$
DONATION BASED
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
FREE
32
Ages:
21
+
All
About the Show and the Artist:

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // $32 General Admission

***This is a standing room general admissions show. There will be a limited number of chairs located in the back of the concert hall. Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm.

Felton Music Hall Presents:

YOU SHOULD BE DANCIN' - A TRIBUTE TO THE BEE GEES