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Live Music Livermore

Live Music Every Saturday Night!

9:30pm - 12:30am.  No Cover

4/6 – The Midnites

Funky Grooves and stylized vocals make up mostly what you’ll hear; from The Midnites.  Spontaneous combustion meets eargasm truth when they perform live. The Midnites are an R&B/Soul/Blues group formed in 2017 in Livermore, CA. They play a mix of covers and originals. You must check them out! Artists the band likes: Leon Bridges, Gary Clark Jr., Bill Withers, John Mayer, Alabama Shakes, and the list goes on forever; you can talk to them about it in person when you come see them live! 

4/12 – 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. 

4/13 – Meshach Jackson Trio

Bay Area-based and Bayou-reared Meshach Jackson delivers his soulful lyrics with an emotional intensity that can only come from someone who was raised on equal parts gospel and grunge. Meshach draws the audience in with his emotionally raw, intimately truthful lyrics and impassioned stage presence. Having shared the stage with diverse acts such as Switchfoot, Damien Rice, Mute Math, and Earth Wind & Fire, Meshach’s original work follows in this trend. He draws influence from everything from Delta Blues artists of the 1930s and 1940s to Tom Waits and Jack White; Bjork to Beck; Radiohead to Bonnie Raitt. Inspired by the authentic and searching for the heart of American music, Meshach’s work is largely influenced by his childhood as the son of a southern preacher who ran a boys home for troubled teens; becoming an ordained minister himself at the age of 18; leaving the ministry to pursue a career as a songwriter at 21 

4/20 – Jeffrey Halford and the Healers
Based in San Francisco over the last 15 years, Halford and the Healers have been touring the country with his band, the Healers. They have played shows with some of the most acclaimed artists and songwriters, including Taj Mahal, Los Lobos, Etta James, The Radiators, Robert Earl Keen, John Hammond, Augie Meyers, Dave Alvin, Guy Clark, and Chuck Prophet, among others. His newest and sixth CD, Rainmaker is the real follow-up to the critically acclaimed Hunkpapa. His original roots rock n roll songs etch a uniquely American, and specifically California, landscape. Halford's recent release, "Rainmaker," includes "some great organic guitar tones," he said. "It's a better 'rootsy' vibe. We were able to paint some great cinematic pictures. It's a nice stew of blues, rock 'n roll, country gospel. The whole package. It really translates live."

The reviews for Rainmaker encapsulate what makes Halford so distinctive and compelling:


4/27 – Sebastian St. James and The Forever Young

Sebastian is an award-winning American Rock-Folk/Blues influenced singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer from Northern California.

While co-creating and fronting 2 award winning bands Sebastian has written and released 3 DIY albums. Been voted People's Choice Best Performer in Sonoma County, has received 3 North Bay Music Awards and an award from the West Coast Songwriters Association.  He's currently in the studio working on a new record and performing whenever possible with the many talented musicians who travel in his orbit.