Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Narayan & Janet this Friday Night at Fuso's!


Live Entertainment at Fuso Resturant Lounge in Vacaville 

Join us this Friday night for music by Narayan and Janet! 
 Friday, June 22, 2017 6:30 - 9:30pm

Narayan & Janet's Vision Statement

Our music is the expression of love! Our business is love in action! Our life's-work is to create and offer music & lyrics that promote love and compassion.

Our intention is to bring self-awareness, happiness and fun, enriching the lives of our listeners with our music.

We are bringing this music to mainstream audiences of all ages. This is our service to this wonderful world we live in.

History of Narayan & Janet

  • Writing and performing uplifting, energy-transforming music together since 2003
  • As a duo recorded and produced 3 CD’s of original music (number 4 is on the way) and have appeared on numerous studio recordings released by other artists
  • Have provided their energy-transforming music for business conferences from the Seattle Sheraton to the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles
  • N&J hosted Living Music Radio on KKNW in 2005-6 which featured the duos music and interviews with prominent musicians, healers, authors and teachers such as Jonathan Goldman, Don Campbell and Deva Premal and Miten.
  • N&J opened for Don Miguel Ruiz (Four Agreements), Joe Dispenza (What the Bleep) and other prominent speakers.
  • N&J were featured Performers with the Spencer Davis All-Star band which also included Alan White (Yes) and Roger Fischer (Heart)
  • In their early years together spent four years going deep into the teachings of kriya yoga meditation at the Ananda Spiritual Community which they continue to practice
  • Each has had a lifetime of diverse musical experiences:


Janet Baltzos’ (formerly Janet Foos) career began with playing in the bands of Albert Collins, James Cotton and Merrilee Rush. Janet won a NY Film Festival award with her “Back Street Boy” video featured on MTV and hosted two music television series Janet toured internationally and recorded with New Age artists Dave Lanz and Paul Speer, and performed 6 nights a week as a solo act at the famous Edgewater Inn in Seattle for 2 years running

Narayan’s (formerly Norm Baltzo) background includes years of international touring as a featured trumpet soloist. As a freelance trumpeter Narayan was showcased in big bands (the Harry James Band and others), musical revues, R&B, jazz and world-music acts. Narayan also studied instrumental and vocal music in India as well as tabla drumming.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Come in for Sunday Brunch Today from 10am - 2pm!


Fuso Italian Restaurant's Sunday Brunch

10:00 am to 2:00 pm 
$16.95 

All Specials are served with assorted breakfast breads, fresh fruit cup and a glass of champagne 

Choose from the following: 

Smoked Salmon Benedict 
Traditional Eggs Benedict 
California Omelet 
Steak and Eggs 
Italian Scramble 
Blueberry Pancakes

Kids Eggs $8.95

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Special Dinner & 50 Years of Neil Diamond Hits with Bob Green Show Tomorrow Night at Fuso's


Don't miss Fuso Italian Restaurant's "Cabaret Sunday Night" every Sunday in June! 

$50.00 plus tax & tip – Includes dinner, dessert and the show.

50 Years of Hits - A Concert Celebrating the Music of Neil Diamond
Performed by Bob Green

There is limited seating - Be sure to buy your tickets in advance! 

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Ron Park and Friends Tomorrow Night at Fuso's!


Live Entertainment at Fuso Resturant Lounge in Vacaville

Join us tomorrow night for Ron Park and Friends! 

Friday, June 16, 2017 
6:30 - 9:30pm

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Special Dinner & 50 Years of Neil Diamond Hits with Bob Green Show Tonight at Fuso's

Bob Green will perform Neil Diamond hits for four consecutive Sunday's at Fuso's in Vacaville. (Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic)
By Amy Maginnis-Honey

VACAVILLE — Neil Diamond’s “Song Sung Blue” is about to get a new hue – green.

Bob Green is bringing the singer-songwriter’s hits to Fuso Italian Restaurant for a series of cabaret-style dinner shows all four Sundays in June. Green and Diamond launched their musical careers about the same time.

“I have been singing Neil Diamond as long as Neil Diamond has,” Green said.

He promises the 90-minutes Fuso shows will include every Diamond hit . . . and more. Green is also very knowledgeable about all things Diamond such as “Up on the Roof: Songs from the Brill Building.”

The 16 tunes, including “Love Potion No. 9” and “Spanish Harlem,” were all penned by other artists. Green puts them in a medley for the discerning Diamond fan.

Green began performing music as a member of the United States Coast Guard. When the British invasion hit, he covered the tunes with Jolly Green & The Giants. Naturally, they sang The Kingsmen’s “Jolly Green Giant” song. The Kingsmen were best known for their hit “Louie Louie.”

Next up was Wolfgang Green & The Infections. The moniker garnered a lot of attention, Green said.

Music was on every corner and Green thought it was the perfect job – no heavy lifting and a lot of chicks.

The more he listed to Diamond, the more Green felt that was the ideal place in his vocal range. He’s fine-tuned it over the years to sound like Diamond, he said.

“I do the music people want to hear live like they heard it on the radio,” he said.

Green also worked as a disc jockey and did voiceover work.

He and his wife, Emma, moved to Vacaville about 20 years ago. Green had done other Diamond shows in Vacaville, including one in 2015.

A new venue was needed and Green approached the owner of Fuso to pitch the intimate concerts.

“The closeness for me as a performer is really cool,” Green said of the setting.

He’s got a shiny red jacket he may or may not wear. It was purchased in Las Vegas.

Green has seen Diamond three times. There’s a chance to make it four when Diamond stops in Sacramento on Aug. 2.

“I’m not going to see him,” Green said, with a chuckle. “He’s not coming to see me.”

Cabaret Supper Club with Bob Green and the music of Neil Diamond

  • 5:45 p.m. dinner, 7 p.m. show
  • June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25
  • Fuso Italian Restaurant, 535A Main St., Vacaville
  • 447-5560

Friday, June 9, 2017

Johnny Ramos and Friends Tonight at Fuso Italian Restaurant


Don't miss Johnny Ramos and Friends tonight! 
Friday, June 9, 2017 
6:30 - 9:30 pm

Johnny Ramos has been a sideman musician for years working with Martha Reeves to Blues Man Bobby Rush to R&B artists, "Envogue".

Also a sideman for local talent such as Alvon Johnson, Darryl Edwards, the late Sean McGroaty, Project 4 Band, Carlos Reyes and Matt Applin...just to name a few!

Johnny sings, plays guitar, piano and entertainer as well.

Platinum producer, musician, and recording engineer, James Earley has collaborated with David Bowie, Cheap Trick, Mark Wahlberg,  and Rage Against the Machine. Find James "Jae-E" Earley on Facebook for more info!

Danielle Wansley is a young, in demand, gospel, R&B, Rock and Blues drummer known throughout the Bay Area.

From the American Songbook of rock, blues, soul R&B and Jazz this "Variety Show" is one Vacaville should not miss!

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Happy Hour at Fuso Italian Restaurant


After your hard day at work, come relax at Fuso Italian Restaurant for Happy Hour! Have fun talking with friends while sipping on a margarita, mojitio or whatever your favorite drink may be. We have a full bar to accommodate your every need. 

Happy Hour is every day from 3:30 - 6:30 pm