Napa City Nights
Downtown, free! Bring food and wine and have a good time!
Serf and James 6:30 One Sharp Mind 7:15 The Deadlies 8:15
Serf and James, The Fixins, Zak Fennie
9pm-10pm Serf and James - Napa, CA https://serfandjames.com/
"Most unusual...great ideas...lots of promise," --Ray Manzarek, The Doors. "With a voice that soars and contracts over such well-written songs...." --Gabe Meline, Bohemian. Serf and James are an Alt Rock, Blue Pop, Semi-Soul band hailing from Napa, CA. Known for their spontaneous songs, and the passion and prowess of their live show.
They began as a duo back in 2005. From musicals, to open mics, to a full band. Their full sound has been described as a mix between Radiohead, Bruno Mars, and Hozier. Fresh of the BottleRock 2017 stage and with a second EP on the horizon, they may one day be a household name. So far they have a stronghold on just the bathrooms, but pretty soon, the whole house...trust me.
8pm 9pm / The Fixins - SF, CA https://www.facebook.com/thefixins/
A grooving folk-rock jam band with funk and blues influences....spreading good vibes and having good times. The Fixins believe in music as a powerful connecting force and strive to achieve a raw musical experience that transcends us as individuals. We hope to have you along for the experience.
7pm- 8pm / Zak Fennie - Napa, CA http://zakfennie.com/
Zak Fennie is a performing singer-songwriter and resident busker based out of the Napa Valley. At 24 years old, he has over a decade's worth of experience singing and performing in a professional environment and has won several awards from the West Coast Songwriters Organization for his original music.
“Most unusual....Great ideas....Lots of promise....”
Ray Manzarek - Battle of the Bands
“The young group is catchy and engaging enough to garner admiration from both teenaged screamo fans and older college-rock aficionados. ...[with such] well-written songs that it’s a wonder [t]his band is still playing local shows.”
Gabe Meline - The Bohemian
“Wav is a good first record full of well-crafted songs that vary in genre but in that magical way sound like they’re still being played by the same band. It’s an EP that has peaked my interest and leaves me wondering what they have up their sleeves for a full length.”
--Jamie Robash, No More Division