Sonoma County Musicians Videos!

Live music performances are limited for awhile due to COVID-19 restrictions, but enjoy these online performances featuring some of your favorite local artists!

Enjoy this celebration by the Rainbow Girls

“Dancing In the Street” by Martha Reeves & the Vandellas!
Catch the Rainbow Girls *Live At Five* every Monday on Facebook– and send them some ❤️ in the form of $$ CREDIT CARD: VENMO: @RainbowGirlsColumn 1/3



Can’t Hold Me Down by Sebastian Saint James

This video was created and tracked separately by musicians who had never played together before from their home studios while sheltering in place. Download on Bandcamp – All proceeds donated to NAACP.

Featuring: Emily V-Fiddle, Tru Lyric-Vocals, Shawna Herve-Vocals, Cory Herve-Vocals, Francesco Echo- Vocals/Synth, Adam Bernie-Organ / E. Piano, Taylor James-Bass, Josh Yenne-Pedal Steel, Ryan Weiss-Guitar Solo, Eric Butterfield-Classical Guitar/Percussion, Chris Hoogewurff-sax, Dan Curry-Vocals. Written and Produced by Sebastian Saint James – Vocals/Guitar/Drums. Mixed by Nigel Wolovick, Mastered by Bill Palmer. Additional lyrics by Heather Gallagher.

Rivertown Revival Living Room Live

Aired Sat, June 13. Featuring Stella Heath, Sierra Camille, Tru Lyric, Solo Rio, Levi Lloyd, My Town is Magical. A benefit for Friends of the Petaluma River.

Somewhere Over The Rainbow (with Verse)

Stella & Ian Duo played this song as part of Occidental Center for the Arts Virtual Variety Show!A tune by Harold Arlen famously sung by Judy Garland

Posted by Stella & Ian Duo on Sunday, May 17, 2020

Stella Heath and Ian Scherer Duo played this song as part of Occidental Center for the Arts Virtual Variety Show!

The Musers in the Birch Grove

Thank you all for joining us on the Flatbed Live Tour and helping us support our local musicians!Please join us in backing them by contributing to The Musers tip jar at: us live every Friday at 7pm!

Posted by Flatbed Music Festival on Friday, May 15, 2020

The Musers – Flatbed Music Festival

Arts In Our Hearts: Occidental Center for the Arts“Arts in Our Hearts” variety show presented by Occidental Center for the Arts

Western Swing CaravanKevin Russell’s “Western Swing Caravan” at Redwood Cafe

Sam Chase
The Sam Chase – Live From the Bunker

Here is one of my very favorite favorite Django songs that I LOVE to play! Django’s Castle. With Kevin Russell.

Posted by Candy Girard on Sunday, May 17, 2020

Candy Girard with Kevin Russell

B and the Hive Jason Baldwin

B and the Hive, video by Jason Baldwin

Here's a short clip of one of my favorite Bill Withers tunes….

A clip of my livestream couch concerts. Hope to see ya at the next one!

Posted by Nate Lopez – 8-string guitarist on Monday, April 13, 2020

Nate Lopez – 8-string guitarist.

Dirty Cello bandDirty Cello live on Facebook

Burnside band at the MysticBurnside performing at The Mystic


Posted by HopMonk Tavern Sebastopol on Saturday, June 13, 2020

Royal Jelly Jive “In The Meantime” at Hopmonk LIVE stream

(Aired Sat, June 13)

Francesco Echo

Francesco Echo is a Multi Instrumentalist, Singer, Songwriter

Foxes in the Henhouse, video by Randy Teaford and Redwood Café

The Highway Poets

The Highway Poets

Attila Viola and the Bakersfield Boys…twangin Lagunitas Brewery in Petaluma late Friday afternoon.

Posted by Jason Baldwin on Saturday, November 30, 2019

Attila Viola and the Bakersfield Boys, video by Jason Baldwin

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