• Meg Mackay & Billy Philadelphia - Saturday, September 20, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Meg Mackay & Billy Philadelphia - Saturday, September 20, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Caberet

    Meg and Billy have been making music together for 25 years. Bay Area audiences love Meg's sultry contralto voice and Billy's lively piano playing. This show titled "Two of a Kind" includes songs from Broadway, film and the Great American Songbook, plus unexpected, seldom-heard tunes.
    Always an enjoyable evening with these two!


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • No Concert, Sept 27, 2014 FOG FEST
    No Concert, Sept 27, 2014 FOG FEST

  • County Line Trio - Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    County Line Trio - Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Kingston Trio Tribute

    The County Line Trio performs their tribute to the famous Kingston Trio. Their shows are filled with the many hit songs of the Trio and a delightful helping of tongue-in-cheek humor that would make even the Smothers Brothers envious.

    With the original Kingston Trio constantly topping the charts with songs like "Tom Dooley," "Lemon Tree," "This Land is Your Land," "Scotch and Soda," and "A Worried Man— songs so timeless they literally travel the decades with new fans — it is no wonder why in 1969, three guys decided they were going to be a Kingston Trio tribute band. Original members of that band — Millbrae-raised Tod Brendlen on vocals, banjo and guitar, San Mateo-raised Dean Hammer on vocals, guitar and conga drum, and Fort Bragg-born Bud Olsen on vocals and guitar — were so good, the Kingston Trio were fans. In fact, they've been called the "museum version" of the Kingston Trio. Recently, Bob Lawrence, once an early part time member of the band, joined County Line as a regular member, playing guitar, banjo and joining in the vocals. This is a return engagement, and a word of advice to ticket buyers, last year's concert was packed!



    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • John Worley's Zooma Zooma -  - Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    John Worley's Zooma Zooma - - Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Musical Tribute to Vegas Icons, Louis Prima & Keely Smith

    "The Return of Zooma Zooma" :
    A musical tribute to Vegas icons, Louis Prima & Keely Smith

    A fun-filled gregarious 8 piece ensemble, Zooma Zooma, pays tribute to the music of Louis Prima and Keeley Smith and the days when swing was king in Vegas. Vocalists Vice Grip and Kat Parra, along with musical director/ trumpeter John Worley, join together to bring you tunes like "Ol’ Black Magic", "When You’re Smilin’", "Hey Boy, Hey Girl" and other hits.
    Vice Grip is a 30 year veteran of the swing and punk scene in SF. He’s fronted The Ambassadors of Swing, a big band playing the music of Cab Calloway; The New Morty Show and St. Vitus Dance. Vice posses a quick wit, sharp tongue and has entertained the public for the last 30 years with a vocal style uniquely his own.

    Kat Parra, an award-winning composer/vocalist, has released four critically acclaimed CDs. Invited to perform in Amsterdam, Brazil and Mexico as well as top-tier venues throughout the United States, she earned the designation “Best Latin Jazz Vocalist of 2010 and 2008” by Latin Jazz Corner, and received a 2008 nomination for “Latin Jazz Album of the Year” from the Jazz Journalists Association.

    Musical director John Worley -always looking for a new challenge - a new reason to bring together a band that swings, has had great success lately re-creating the magic of the bygone eras of jazz.


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • Pacifica Guitar Night - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Pacifica Guitar Night - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Guitar Night

    This is the night you've all been asking for! They're back - Pacifican guitarists, Chris Cobb, Jim Nichols and Mike Tyler return to our Hall with their wonderful talents and wide range of guitar styles to rock, roll, and mesmerize you! This is a very popular evening of music and virtuosity, from soup to nuts, so get your tickets now and plan on a great night of killer grooves and knock your socks off playing!

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    Chris Cobb


    http://www.mercurynews.com/pacifica/ci_18035720


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • Verismo Opera- Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Verismo Opera- Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Opera

    Giacomo Puccini's tragic love story "Tosca" is re-set by Verismo Opera Company to take place in 1944. It tells the tale of a beautiful celebrated singer, her lover--the painter, and the ruthless police chief who will stop at nothing to possess her. Fully staged and costumed with chorus and supertitles. A classic, beloved opera.


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • Hook-Slide -  - Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Hook-Slide - - Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    A Cappella
    the hard rockin' cool groovin' vocal revolution

    Hook-slide is a high energy mix of mind blowing vocal percussion, booming bass and screaming four-part harmony that is guaranteed to knock you out. No instruments? No Problem! Based in San Francisco, this CARA award-winning vocal group has traveled throughout the nation and has worked with groups from Kool and the Gang to Joan Rivers and Tower of Power! The group has had the same 4 members for 13 years and has visited cities from Anchorage to Albany and has recently performed on the Capitol Mall in Washington, DC and on stage at the Lincoln Center in New York City. These guys are unbelievable!

    http://www.hook-slide.com


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • David Grier - Saturday, November 8, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    David Grier - Saturday, November 8, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    $0.00

    Virtuoso Flat-Picking Guitarist

    The most award-winning guitarist in recent memory is David Grier. For the past several years, he has been voted by the members of the International Bluegrass Music Association as Best Guitar Player of the Year. He has also appeared on two Grammy- winning recordings: "True Life Blues-A Tribute to Bill Monroe" and "The Great Dobro Sessions." David is also included in the book, "1,000 Great Guitarists."

    As a soloist, Grier’s guitar fills the sonic spectrum by itself. Using traditional flatpicking techniques like cross-picking and arpeggiated strums (à la Norman Blake) as well as a hybrid pick-and-fingers technique, Grier hews to each tune’s melody, filling it out with additional bass notes and extended chord tones while unraveling multifaceted variations with ease, but managing to find plenty of room for the sort of syncopated, off-the-cuff licks he’s known for in his band recordings.

    http://www.davidgrier.com


    General (Non-Member) - $20
    Member - $15
    Senior/Students - $17
    Senior/Student Members - $12

  • No Concert, November 29, 2014 Thanksgiving
    No Concert, November 29, 2014 Thanksgiving

  • Sean Weaver - Saturday, November 15, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Sean Weaver - Saturday, November 15, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    Blues, Rock, & Country

    This Nashville guitarist has payed with Vince Gill, Amy Grant, and the Everly Brothers. He took first place awards in the Jimi Hendrix Electric Guitar Competition, and Home of the Legends in Kentucky. Currently he is working with country legend Lee Ann Womack. He brings his versatile and stunning talent to our hall for a great night of music with the able accompaniment of The Nichols Trio, with Jim Nichols on guitar, John Nichols on bass, and David Rokeach on drums

    "About 10 years ago while doing a show in the state of Washington a young teenage guitar picker named Sean Weaver found his way to our sound check. I noticed he had his guitar so I asked him to play a tune with us. It was a great thrill to watch him just starting to find his way around a guitar. 10 years or so later this kid is a monster! All he needs is the chance to be heard 'cause he's got game!" - Vince Gill, Grammy award winning Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, and Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee.

  • Lavay Smith - Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Lavay Smith - Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    Big Band Swing/Jazz

    Nobody plays classic jump-blues and jazz with more punch and authority than Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers. Fronted by the sultry Smith, an alluring singer whose style draws on Dinah Washington and Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday and Little Esther Phillips, the band performs tasty arrangements of tunes from the 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s, as well as original numbers, for fans across the United States, Canada and Europe. The seven-piece Red Hot Skillet Lickers, led by arranger and pianist Chris Siebert, features a rogue’s gallery of robustly swinging soloists who cut their teeth with everyone from Big Joe Turner to Ray Charles. From Bessie Smith to Duke Ellington.

  • No Concert, Sept 29, 2014 Thanksgiving
    No Concert, Sept 29, 2014 Thanksgiving

  • Skyline Concert Choir - Friday, December 5, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Skyline Concert Choir - Friday, December 5, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    A Musical Feast for the Holidays

    Skyline College Concert Choir invites you to A Musical Feast for the Holidays - a choral concert about everyone’s favorites – food and drink! The program will feature musical selections celebrating the edible abundance of harvest time as well as the season’s plentiful libations. Excerpts from Purcell’s King Arthur and J.S. Bach’s Coffee Cantata will top our menu; these early music morsels of non-holiday fare will be served alongside savory courses of opera excerpts by Offenbach, Strauss Jr., and Gilbert and Sullivan, refreshing modern treats by Leonard Bernstein, and contemporary musical theater desserts. In addition to traditional carols and seasonal music, we will also offer our audience tasty holiday favorites such as Fruitcake, We Wish You A Merry Christmas (We won’t go until we get some figgy pudding…), and The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire…).

  • Curios - Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    Curios - Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    Original Alternative

    The Curios are back to present their 17th annual Winter Concert.
    Award winning singer/songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Nancy Hall and Lee Parvin are the creative core of their own band The Curios. Together with a stable of talented friends they build what Northern California Songwriter has called a “wonderfully eclectic, quirky and beautifully complex musical universe.” Don't miss this one of a kind musical evening.

    Be sure to buy your tickets in advance, as this show may sell out.

    Get 8 or more tickets to reserve a table.
    No free passes accepted for this show.

  • High Country - Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 7:30 pm
    High Country - Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    Bluegrass Holiday


    "...One of the lonesomest, hard-drivingest traditional bluegrass bands alive...High Country manages to be fresh and exciting without even the merest nod to modern music." -Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine

    Over the last forty years, High Country has earned its place as the West Coast's premier traditional bluegrass band. Strongly influenced by the classic styles of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and the Stanley Brothers, the band's blend of banjo, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, guitar, and bass delivers the upbeat excitement of true bluegrass music. High Country's show offers a vital mix of powerful originals and standards, from blues to breakdowns to gospels sung in close harmony. Even the songs and tunes written by band members themselves remain true to the genre, with careful attention paid to the nuances of the bluegrass style. With driving rhythm, skillful picking and soulful singing,