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Live Music Livermore

Live Music Every Saturday Night!

9:30pm - 12:30am.  No Cover

2/2 – The Last Decade

The Last Decade bringing you the music of a decade ago to the fans who still remember it. From bands like Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters and Weezer we look to bring energy and fun memories to the fans that relish it the most.

The Last Decade is not your father's cover band. We bring high energy and modern classic songs to audiences, bringing back the fun days when the emo scene, post-hardcore and classic power chords were still on the radio. The Last Decade are from San Jose, Ca. If you are a fan of the 90’s sound, then this is a band you do not want to miss. 

2/9 – Mad Karma

Mad Karma focuses on delivering high-energy, live performances and throwing a memorable party for the weekend warrior in attendence. Mixing an array of danceable covers with a twist of catchy originals, the band does their best to leave it all on stage, every show. With the release of their self-titled, full-length debut album, the band is also busy introducing slices of their original material to an audience who likes their rock n' roll upbeat, straightforward and without gimmicks. Attendees can hear a wide array of songs by Cheap Trick, Guns and Roses, Fallout Boy, Queen, Kings of Leon, Tom Petty, Lenny Kravitz and Match Box 20 just to name a few.

The band consists of Dave Gold (guitars, backing vox, business stuff), Eric Woodman (lead guitar, talkbox), Ron Rubio (lead vocals, ambassador to the crowd), Bill Bledsoe (drums, backing vox), and Nick Decena (bass, vocals). "The band shares a deep knowledge, fascination and child-like enthusiasm for the truly great bands in music history", exclaims one avid band follower. "I've often heard the guys talking about band documentaries and laughing about the ones covering competely dysfunctional band experiences". Corroborating this quote, a few of the guys haromized ... "Yea, in this business you've got to have a sense of humor for the wacky family that is a band".  

2/15 – Spazmatics
If you want to be sent back to the 80’s, The Spazmatics are the ultimate experience. The band lends it’s geeky charm to performing 80’s hits complete with “geek choreography” and “spaztic” movements. They add a unique dimension to their performance, demonstrating the common ties between 80’s new wave and today’s popular music. In addition to a recently filmed national commercial for Comcast, The Spazmatics have been regularly featured at top nightclubs and perform for many of the highest level private events in the United States, including a performance at The White House for President George W. Bush, as well as for celebrity Jessica Simpson's recent birthday bash. 

2/16 – Spencer James Blues

The Spencer James Band is based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Backed by a collection of seasoned and skilled musicians, the band is fronted by Spencer James, a 21 year old guitar player, singer, and blues fanatic. The unusual and interesting thing about their shows is the setlists. In addition to their originals and a few early Rock 'n' Roll standards, they play a variety of blues from the early 20th century, getting to the roots of American music. Often times, they redevelop the songs with different tempos, lyrics, and feelings to fit whatever moves them. They believe it is essential to keep the music feeling fresh and inspired. They leave room to improvise on the spot, letting them showcase their love for the music, their experience, and their feeling in the moment. You may never see them play the same song the exact same way twice! It's a remix and a mashup of great Blues and Rock 'n' Roll that will move the audience, played in a passionate, open, and live setting.   

2/23- Tim Miller and the Adderall Cowboys

After finishing his 2nd studio album in 3 years, Southern California songwriter Tim Miller, formed The Adderall Cowboys to get back on the road again.  A five-piece band the feels at home behind chicken-wire playing Roadhouse music that’s a ‘lil bit Country and a lil’ bit Rock & Roll.  The new album, “A Place to Call Home” (Spring 2019), dives into Miller’s Montana roots and West Coast upbringing.   Different from his stripped-down, solo acoustic album “Madison River”, the new record offers more textures and landscapes with more instruments, musicians and vocalists, but still remains honest and direct – the poetry of old regrets and a freshly broken heart. 

Tour highlights include playing the Bay Area’s storied Terrapin Crossroads in 2018, an invitation to perform at SXSW in 2014, Belgium and the Netherlands in 2015, plus sharing the stage with Lucas Nelson & the Promise of the Real, Jackie Green, The Lone Bellow, & The Kin.