Live music in Santa Cruz County for the week of Jan. 15, 2020
Local band Dub Congress brings feel-good “Cali-reggae” vibes
The Dreaming Ghosts give their debut album a proper physical release
Santa Cruz County live entertainment picks for the week of Jan.8
Heather Christie plays DiviniTree Yoga Saturday, Jan 11
Santa Cruz County live entertainment picks for the week of Jan. 1
Win free tickets to see Leif Vollebekk at Catalyst on Friday, Jan. 17
Mike Hadley Band plays Michael's On Main on Friday, Jan. 3
When Dave Holodiloff says his band plays all kinds of music, he’s not kidding
The White Album Ensemble will play the Rio at 8pm on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 27 & 28
Santa Cruz County live entertainment picks for the week of Dec. 18
Mike Renwick plays Felton Music Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 18.
The Cordovas play the Crepe Place on Thursday, Dec. 19.
John Michael and Will McDougal bring the Christmas music of Frank Sinatra to Michael's On Main
Former YouTubes ukulele sensation goes dark on new album
Santa Cruz County live entertainment picks for the week of Dec. 4
Local singer-songwriter and lap steel guitarist extraordinaire play vulnerable folk songs off recent record 'Family'
Kai Killion brings his Santa Cruz band to the Crepe Place on Saturday, Nov. 30
John Prine tribute duo plays Michael's On Main on Wednesday, Nov. 27
15-year-old singer-songwriter Morgen re-releases her first single, entitled "Try Again"
Santa Cruz County live entertainment picks for the week of Nov. 13
Old-time string band the Poor Carters plays the Blue Lagoon Friday, Nov. 15
Alt hip-hop artist Damien Gibson on pinatas, prison and his latest album, "Domenika"
Trio of brothers plays the Blue Lagoon on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Chill-pop-rocker Mellow Fellow comes to the Catalyst on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Louie The 1st plays the Catalyst on Saturday, November 2
Philly punk rockers play the Catalyst on Thursday, Oct. 24.
Reggae, hip-hop and rock form the three pillars of local group Harbor Patrol, playing Moe's Alley Friday, Oct. 25
Jamie Coffis of the Coffis Brothers plays a stripped down, vulnerable solo show at Lille Aeske on Thursday, Oct. 17
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