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  • September 26, 2016

    "Songs To Fill The Air" ft. Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Jason Crosby & Alex Koford

    Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Jason Crosby & Alex Koford will perform in the Backyard at Terrapin Crossroads, as a part of our “Songs To Fill The Air” outdoor concert series, beginning at 4pm.  No cover charge, all ages welcomed.

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  • September 26, 2016

    Grateful Monday: ft. Greg Loiacono, Grahame Lesh, Jason Crosby, Brian Rashap, & Alex Koford

    Greg Loiacono (The Mother Hips), Grahame Lesh, Jason Crosby, Brian Rashap, & Alex Koford perform Grateful Dead songs that were on either; studio albums, or part of their live repertoire.RiG6yG9oT

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  • September 27, 2016

    "Songs To Fill The Air" ft. Phil Lesh, Jason Crosby, Alex Koford & Cmac

    Phil Lesh, Jason Crosby, Alex Koford, and Cmac will perform in the Backyard at Terrapin Crossroads, as a part of our “Songs To Fill The Air” outdoor concert series, beginning at 4:30pm.  No cover charge, all ages welcomed.

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  • September 27, 2016

    Colonel & The Mermaids with special guest Jason Crosby

    Terrapin All-Star, Alex Koford leads his own original music project.

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  • September 28, 2016

    Happy Hour: ft. The Incubators

    Singer/Songwriters Katie Freeman and Chris Chappell have nested down, in the rich musical heritage that defines the Sonoma region, and brought to roost some of its finest musicians. “Organic home gown grooves from the heart of Petaluma ‘ our nations egg basket!”

    – The Incubators fold sweet seamless harmonies into their omelet of rock, country, jam and American roots music.

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  • September 28, 2016

    CMac & The Casual Coalition with special guest Lebo!

    CMac, Lebo, Brian Rashap, Scott Guberman & Danny Luehring

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  • September 29, 2016

    Happy Hour: ft. The Rowan Brothers

    Brothers Chris and Lorin Rowan perform acoustic music with their signature hauntingly beautiful vocal harmonies.11043368_10205131459219154_2388864857104744473_o

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  • September 29, 2016

    Victoria George Band

    Terrapin Crossroads is excited to have local singer-songwriter, Victoria George and her band, return to the bar stage.

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    California Country.

    Yes, California Country is a thing. It’s a beautiful thing, actually. It’s the gift Victoria George gives her growing legion of fans everyday, and it’s worth knowing intimately.
    California Country happens when places like Northern California’s Marin County and country music meccas like Nashville collide. The result in Victoria George’s case is rather fascinating — a sound that’s part San Francisco folk, part Nashville/bluegrass twang, all heart and revelations and smarty-pants yarn-spinnin’. Gather round, Victoria beckons.
    Victoria is by now a confident mid-career singer-songwriter who knows what and who she is. She comes from a family of artists and herself has a background in theater. And, well, she’s lovely. So it’s not all that surprising she commands a stage with the zeal of an Allison Krauss or Bonnie Raitt, artists who check their pretention at the door and prefer honest-to-goodness stories.
    Music biz folks have indeed taken notice throughout the years. Victoria has worked in and outside of Nashville’s finest publishing houses and shared bills with the likes of Brandi Carlisle, the Doobie Brothers, Steve Earle, Delta Rae and other industry names that speak for themselves.
    To a person, she’ll say she’s never fit cleanly into the San Francisco or Nashville Venn diagram. Ambitious as she is, Victoria really doesn’t care much for catering her sound to fit mainstream country conventions. She writes songs the way chefs surprise regulars — love songs turn dark and drinking songs morph into existential mediations with regularity (related warning: the song “Sweet Amnesia” should only be consumed right before happy hours). Defining tracks like “Letters” and “Tables are Turning” smack listeners in the face with street-philosopher smarts. Nothing quite like it in Nashville, California or anywhere radios hold court.
    But she embraces her place in the lineage of folk artists primarily concerned with crafting songs to make people think and feel something meaningful. That’s the California Country way, and the Victoria George creed.

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  • September 30, 2016

    Happy Hour: ft. Greg Loiacono & Michael LaMacchia

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  • September 30, 2016

    Top 40 Friday, "Movie Soundtracks" ft: The Terrapin All-Stars

    Every Friday in September, Terrapin Crossroads will feature “Top 40 Fridays, A Live Music Dance Party.”  This week features Stu Allen, Jeannette Ferber, Jordan Feinstein, Eric DiBerardino, & Danny Luehring performing Top 40 songs that were part of movie soundtracks.Rock Nost

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