The Bob Jones Trio brings together three lifelong musicians with varied backgrounds in jazz, blues, R&B, jazz-fusion and progressive rock. The band is comprised of Bob Jones on keys and lead vocals, Marty Holland on bass and vocals and Guyle Taber on drums. Bob Jones, a world traveling jazz and blues artist, has played with renowned acts such as BB Coleman, Little Joe Blue, Chick Willis, and has opened up for James Brown, Wilson Pickett and War among others. Bassist-composer-producer Martin Holland, whose own music has been heard worldwide, has been associated with artists such as Melvin Seals, Stanley Turrentine, Joe Higgs, Buzzy Linhart, Henry Kaiser, Steve Kimock, Paul McCandleless, Warren Haynes, Kim Westin, Lenny Williams, Rodney Franklin and countless others in his nearly 40 years of work from performance to studio. Guyle Taber, a drummer for over 35 years, started early on as a snare drummer in drum & bugle corps, then on to numerous original material rock bands, fusion, progressive and techno style ensembles in addition to touring the northern CA, Oregon and Nevada areas as part of various cover bands playing dance club music.
Fun fact: The Bob Jones Trio had its start back in 1986 when Bob and Guyle played together in the initial version of the band."
Friday 6/27/2014 7pm-10pm
Copywritten Music Performed at Fuso Licensed by BMI
At Fuso's Italian Restaurant from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.
Robert “Hollywood” Jenkins has been well known as a San Francisco Bay area, Guitarist, Vocalist. Hollywood decided that playing music was the coolest thing that you could ever do. He moved to San Diego,Ca and started a band, Hollywood’s band opened for the legendary James Brown at the Convention Center. Thereafter, Hollywood moved to Oakland, California, in 1977, where he landed his first local gig with the Brummels Band. Soon after, Hollywood played as a side man for many musicians like the Monterey Blues Festival with Beverly Stovall, The Oakland Convention Center backing John Lee Hooker and at Yoshi’s Lounge with Ricardo Scales. Additionally, He has performed with Jimmy McCracklin, Kenny Neal, Zakiya Hooker, among others. Hollywood was featured at the KCSM Jazz on the Hill Festival, Polk Street Blues Festival, Guest performer on KGO News Talk Radio 810 AM.
Hollywood’s style has been influenced by many guitarists such as B B King, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Wes Montgomery, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Hollywood was voted “New Blues Artist of 2007“, by the Bay Area Blues Society and most recently played Guitar on Blues Legend’s Jimmy McCracklin’s Recording of “Hey Baby”. Hollywood's own CD: Robert “Hollywood” Jenkins, which airs on KPOO Radio 89.5 FM and KPFA 94.1 FM is available on Itunes, Amazon.com etc. He still believes that performing music is the coolest thing that you could ever do!
Grab your friends and family for dinner, drinks and the sounds of Latin/Flamenco/Fusion from David Correa and Cascada! Join us Saturday, June 7th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
The Spanish word for cascade or waterfall.
Since 1999 this Latin Guitar World Fusion band from the San Francisco Bay Area have built a substantial fan base entertaining fans in every corner of the Bay Area. Keeping true to Latin and Spanish guitar techniques David's music continues to be an original new sound. David’s Spanish Guitar music combines Latin folk and Rumba rhythms fused with middle eastern melodies, creating a distinctive style.
The rich experience of the band’s members give CASCADA depth and a unique sound gaining them wide acclaim and a huge following in the Bay Area, the Northwest, the Southwest, Southern California and building momentum throughout the rest of the country.
David Correa currently performs with guitarist Alfredo Caceres from Guatelmala City currently residing in Petaluma, percussionist Tim Bolling from Oakland and bassist Lee Howard from Vallejo who all bring years of songwriting, recording and performing power to the lineup.
Three years in a row (2005-2007) CASCADA was named Best Latin Band in the North Bay and received a NORBAY award. In 2006 David signed with prestigious Southern California BAJA/TSR Records and in 2007 released the highly acclaimed ”Rumba de la Selva” .
In January of 2009, The Best of New Flamenco compilation cd "Gypsy Spice" was released featuring a track from "Rumba de la Selva" entitled "Linda", alongside known artists such as Ottmar Liebert, Jesse Cook, Luis Villegas, Benise, Armik, Young and Rollins and others. CASCADA celebrated 10 years in 2009 with the release of ”The Best of Cascada with David Correa 1999-2009” on Zocalo Records.
Over the past decade Cascada has showered hearts & souls with the sweet rhythms and melodies of their brand of Latin Guitar World Fusion.
See and buy David Correa and Cascada's albums at CDBaby.com
"I Didn't Mean to Fall in Love," one of the singles on the upcoming album.
Whiskey & Honey are Phil Greene & Lisa Scott, a songwriting team from Vacaville, California. In addition to writing songs together, they sing and perform in a rockin' country band also called Whiskey & Honey.