Good Old Days Entertainment Schedule

2014 Good Old Days Music Festival Schedule

 

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Saturday, April 5

 

Crema Stage

13th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 481 Lighthouse Avenue

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Moonalice

Moonalice is San Francisco’s renowned Psychedelic Rock and Blues Jam band who opened for U2 in 2011! These seasoned musicians feel that live music should be a communal experience where the listener and musicians feed and derive inspiration from each other. Their songs try to speak to everyone, mixing a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration.

 

Chase Bank Stage

Forest Avenue and Lighthouse Avenue, 569 Lighthouse Avenue

All Day: DJ Wilfredo Prudencio

DJ Willi is a U.S. Navy Veteran, DJ, Dance Instructor, Artist, Event Designer, Graphic Designer, Soccer Player, Tri-Athlete. He has taught dancing for the past 10 years, but has focused on Salsa and Bachata for the past 6 years. DJ Willi has DJ’d since high school and carried it over into the military life, and later made it his own business in the civilian world. He has DJ’d in San Diego, LA, Las Vegas, San Jose, Salsa No Ka Oi Hawaii, Pacific Grove Good Old Days, Monterey Tequila and Mezcal Expo, Monterey Salsa, Salinas, Santa Cruz, Watsonville and many more. DJ Willi has danced on stage with Monterey Salsa to the live music of Fruko Y Sus Tesos and Buena Vista Social Club. His music library has something for everyone. Other services that he offers are weddings, birthdays, celebrations, corporate events, and private dance lessons. He has teamed up with Monterey Zumba Network, Latin Jazz Collective and others to bring you amazing Zumba Instructors, Live Music, Singers, Dance performers and more! www.djwillientertainment.com.

 

All Day: Monterey Zumba Network

Ditch the Workout, Join the Party! Monterey Zumba Network returns to The Latin Stage. Dance your way to fitness - EVERYONE can do it!!

 

11:30 am – 11:50 am: Jewel Capili

Jewel Capili has been singing since before she could talk. A straight-A student at PG middle, she enjoys the internet, her cat, and singing, in that order. Jewel regularly performs at various events and open mics around Monterey and is available for private events and bookings.

 

11:50 am – 12:00 pm: DJ Willi’s Beginner Bachata Dance Team

Established 2014, Composed of 6 beginner Dance students and choreography by Wilfredo Prudencio.

 

12:00 pm – 12:10 pm: Huli a hahai Mai la’u Salinas Hula Dance Team

Huli A Hahai Mai 'Ia U Hula group hails from the beautiful island of Salinas under the direction of Kapuakiele, Instructor & choreographer.  To simply translate the group's name, it is "Turn and Follow Me".  They have 2 small studios that they alternately use every Monday and Tuesday.  This hula group specializes in Auana (modern hula), Kahiko (traditional hula), Tahitian, Aparima. and Island Praise Hula.  They perform at churches, schools, hospitals, private birthdays, and weddings.  There is no age limit to join this group, so if you can swing your hips from age 3 to 90, see Kapuakiele for information.

 

12:10 pm – 1:00 pm: Animation Dance Community

Animation Dance Community established in April of 2013 is the continuation of JJs Dance Studio out of Hollister.  Under the direction of Sammy Ramirez of So You Think You Can Dance, dancers are trained in all styles of hip hop dance.  They are a family that train together, play together, and grow together. Enjoy their popping, locking, breaking, and animating.  It is art and passion.

 

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Latin Jazz Collective

The Latin Jazz Collective is a core group of six musicians put together by John Nava and Martin Binder. Their goal is to perform for and entertain music lovers of all types, regardless of their musical genre preference. With over fifty year of combined experience in the studio, on the stage, and in the classroom, the members of LJC maintain active performance schedules as band leaders, arrangers, and musical directors for other projects.

 

Bank of America Stage

16th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 601 Lighthouse Avenue

10:15 am – 11:00 am: Cypressaires

Established in the 1956, the Monterey Cypressaires are a men's A Capella chorus. They sing 20th century American standards and traditional songs with upbeat Barbershop harmonies.

 

11:15 am – 12:00 pm: Touch'd Too Much

Touch’d Too Much is a Monterey Bay based band that recreates the energy and sound of Bon Scott era AC/DC. Over the past few years Touch’d Too Much has built a reputation as a must see band that continuously earns fans, and return engagements by consistently delivering nonstop, uncompromising, powerful performances, every time they hit the stage.

 

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm: The Snarky Cats

The San Francisco Bay Area based Snarky Cats Band play Psychedelic Blues Rock.  An exciting jambalaya of old and new musical influences that always changes and keeps shows fresh, entertaining and always full of surprises for the audience. 

 

1:30 pm – 2:15 pm: Linda Arceo Band

Linda is a local singer songwriter that will be performing original music at the festival for the 11th year in a row! She will be joined by Cheryl Tibbetts on bass, Jason Ruggles, electric guitar, and Todd Walsh on drums.   The band performs a high energy, fun, danceable show with music that has been described as a mix of straight-on rock, pop, Latin and  introspective ballads with countryish lament.

 

2:15 pm – 3:00 pm: The LightFighters

The LightFighters have been delivering their catchy blend of rock and roll, blues, and alternative music to the Central Coast since 2007.  The essence of the band lies in the deep respect for the fundamentals-a feel that's reminiscent of swinging juke joints, warm guitar fuzz, and old-school analog.  While the band has earned a solid reputation for it's live shows, it's the creative process that drives Jonathan Griffin (guitar, keyboards, and vocals), Savannah Keen (lead vocals), Eric Crago (drums and vocals), Chris Castillo (bass guitar), and Patrick Mcclusky (lead guitar and vocals). Look for their first full LP album scheduled for release this summer.  

 

3:15 pm – 4:00 pm: Mambo Wally

Layin' down the groove, that makes that body move! Mambo Wally is a local bunch that loves to entertain playing Punk to Funk with a solid Blue's foundation.

 

4:15 pm – 5:00 pm: The Pacific Grove Brazilian Drumming Class

Energetic, upbeat, and a must-see crowd pleaser best describe this local Brazilian percussion group that evolved from the Wednesday night drum and dance class at Chautauqua Hall in Pacific Grove. You will hear an arrangement of authentic Brazilian carnival beats and syncopated rhythms from all regions of Brazil that kicks off with the drummers parading to the stage.

 

5:15 pm – 7:00 pm: Slack

A new local band that plays rock and roll, but keeps it interesting with a few synthesizer sounds mixed in. Slack does everything themselves (writing, recording, photos, graphic design, etc) and loves to put on a show.

 

 

17th Street Grill Stage

17th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 617 Lighthouse Avenue

10:00 am – 10:45 am: ASha-Med

For the last 6 years straight, eclectic Bay Area alterna-punk rockers ASha-Med have graced the stage at Pacific Grove’s Good Old Days Celebration, offering a decidedly different flavor to the remainder of the entertainment lineup. This year, two thirds of ASha-Med have decided to use their powers to back up Genevieve Wolff, who took the San Francisco area by storm in 2008 when she switched from Punk Rock to solo acoustic alterna-folk. Wolff has been featured on countless compilations and made San Francisco’s list of top 10 folk artists. Armed with the extra edge of ASha-Med, Wolff and co will bring something brand new to the Good Old Days Celebration. And don’t worry — some ASha-Med favorites are slated for the set.

 

11:00 am – 11:45 am: Monterey Flute Choir

The Monterey Flute Choir was formed in the fall of 2010 by a group of flute enthusiasts who enjoy playing together and performing in their community.  The ensemble includes flutists from throughout Monterey County on Piccolo, C Flute, Alto Flute and Bass Flute.  All types of flute choir music is played by this fun-loving group, from classical to traditional folk music to ragtime and jazz.

 

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm: Hadi Hadi

Led by Sahin Gunsel on saz, Hadi Hadi is local a Turkish band formed to promote Turkish culture and to support other groups with their music.

 

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm: Terry Shehorn & The Hornets

Terry Shehorn & The Hornets do a 60's/70's presentation of 'dance-a-long' & 'sing-a-long'-songs. You'll hear Beatles, Neil Diamond, ZZTOP, Elvis, Lynyard Skynyard, plus various genres, as well, including country, jazz, surf, rhythm & blues, swing and classic rock.

 

2:00 pm – 2:45pm: Casey Frazier

Casey Frazier is a talented songwriter, singer and guitarist with an eclectic Americana sound with roots in country and 70s rock. He has shown incredible talent and growth as an artist, with upwards to 150 songs, two full-length albums, two EPs and another album on the way.

 

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm: Park Avenue Belly Dancers

The Park Avenue Dancers of Monterey present Classic American Belly Dance. Traditional styles with an upbeat American flare.

 

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Surf Riot

The music of Surf Riot, a band formed in 2013 in Long Beach, is infused with haunting harmonic melodies that invoke Pixies era Kim Deal, while delving into a world reminiscent of Blonde Redhead, or fuzzed out guitar of acts like Joy Division, The Strokes, and Interpol. A powerful juxtaposition of sultry vocals and big sound (heavy riffs), a sure recipe for a great band is at hand!

 

Goodies Stage

Fountain Avenue and Lighthouse Avenue, 518 Lighthouse Avenue

9:45 am – 10:30 am: Delaney Ann

Delaney is a 14 year- old singer, songwriter and guitar player from Argyle, Texas. She taught herself to play guitar when she was 10, the same year she wrote her first song, and amazed friends and family. She has written and recorded more than 60 original songs and performs them all over Texas, Nashville and California as a solo, acoustic artist.

 

10:45 am – 11:30 am: Retrospect

Retrospect is a Hollister, CA based group formed in late 2012 and began rehearsing in earnest in early 2013, made up of experienced musicians who have performed in various groups over the years, Retrospect is a classic rock band that plays quirky covers that people don't hear everyday.

 

11:45 am – 12:30 pm: King Tide

King Tide is composed of guitarist Patrick McCloskey, Keyboardist Bob Aquilar, drummer Luke Shenefield, Bassist Jon McClean and singer Scott Hawthorne.King Tide plays cover songs of classic-rock and Blues stalwarts like Queen, The Beatles, Credence and Steve Ray Von.

 

12:45 pm – 1:30 pm: Tommy Faia and the Juice

Tom Faia, who's releasing his 4th CD of original songs this summer, will be playing with his band the Juice, with Dave Evert on guitar, Scott Rudoni on bass and Bill Kucher on drums. The Juice play a mix of danceable Faia original songs and an eclectic blend of classic rock 'n' roll covers.  Listen to their music at tomfaia.com or iTunes.

 

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm: RockStar Dance Studio & PGHS Breaker Girls

Renowned director and choreographer Stevie McKim, owner of RockStar Dance Studio, brings in the RockStar Dance Team and the PGHS Breaker Dance Team in a great performance with today’s music and some oldies but goodies. These teams will also march in the parade on Saturday, April 5 at 10:00am.  

 

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm: Bay Belles

The Monterey Bay Belles Women’s Barbershop Chorus is dedicated to the craft of four-part a cappella harmony in the barbershop style.  The Chorus sings out several times a year including First Night Monterey, Pacific Grove Good Old Days, Feast of Lanterns, Local Authors Live, Singing Valentines, KSBW Share Your Holidays, retirement communities, hospitals, fund raisers, local businesses and our annual A Cappella Showcase, featuring local adult and student talent. 

 

3:45 pm – 4:30 pm: Uncle Ephus

Uncle Ephus is a family oriented, fun loving, "Old Time Music" band featuring the washboard and vocals of Doug Cornelius. Doug founded the Central Valley Bluegrass Association. Uncle Ephus plays Bluegrass Festivals and private parties up and down the State of California. Miss Linda livens up the band with corny jokes and lively vocals. 

 

4:45 pm – 5:30 pm: Ambage Road

Ambage Road is a collaboration of three seasoned musicians who create original Alternative Rock music for your enjoyment.

 

 

Jewell Park Stage

Central Avenue and Grand Avenue, 584 Central Avenue

8:00 am - 10:00 am: Monterey Bay Maple Leafs Club

The Monterey Maple Leaf Club returns to the Good Old Days during the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast where they will play their favorite rags, ragtime songs and sing-a-longs. 

 

10:15 am – 11:00 am: Eric O’Callaghan

Pacific Grove local since 1970’s. Singer, songwriter and guitarist playing blues, folk, bluegrass, originals songs and covers.

 

11:15 am – 12:00 pm: Rose Merrill

Folk rock, country, singer songwriter from Carmel Valley with a voice that will wrap around you like a warm blanket playing a mix of her originals, and covers inspired by Stevie Nicks.

 

12:15 pm – 12:45 pm: Grumbling Ginger

Grumbling Ginger was formed in California in 2000 and is described by the press as “indie folk?rock with a Celtic twist”. The group brings something of this tradition to its live performances, with songs, storytelling, humor and an array of acoustic instruments including guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, doumbek and bodhran. Check out their new album “Smooth The Rough”, released in December of 2013.

 

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm: Million Dollar Ticket

From jazz to classic rock, from country to contemporary hits, from songs in other languages to original tunes, Million Dollar Ticket is the Duo that Does it All!  With Robert McNamara on guitar, Christine Hart on bass and vocals, and a drum backdrop, Million Dollar Ticket is a little band with a big sound!

 

2:00 pm – 2:45 pm: Richard McLaughlin

Singer/songwriter living in Prunedale that specializes in what he calls "modern" Americana; songs about contemporary issues, not copper kettles and long black veils. Songs you can't dance to. Think James Taylor with a drop of venom.

 

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm: Joseph Lucido

Recognized as the “Peninsula’s Premier Jazz-Pop Guitarist,” Joseph Lucido's music is an electric blend of Jazz, R&B, and World Beat Influences representing the essence of "Smooth Jazz". Combining a Santana~Jazz style guitar sound with percussion, his music is both romantic and passionate.

 

4:00 pm – 4:45 pm: Alex Schumacher

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Alex Schumacher remains true to the spirit of the classic country and blues music that has influenced him growing up in the Salinas Valley. Writing and playing everything from rowdy stompers to heartfelt ballads and always influenced by life and the experiences he has had, Alex is set to release his first EP titled "Day By Day".

 

Carmel Valley Coffee Roasting Co.

Between 14th & 15th, 510 Lighthouse Avenue

10:00 am – 1:00 pm: Joseph Lucido

Recognized as the “Peninsula’s Premier Jazz-Pop Guitarist,” Joseph Lucido's music is an electric blend of Jazz, R&B, and World Beat Influences representing the essence of "Smooth Jazz". Combining a Santana~Jazz style guitar sound with percussion, his music is both romantic and passionate.

 

Sunday, April 6

 

Crema Stage

13th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 481 Lighthouse Avenue

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Moonalice

Moonalice is San Francisco’s renowned Psychedelic Rock and Blues Jam band who opened for U2 in 2011! These seasoned musicians feel that live music should be a communal experience where the listener and musicians feed and derive inspiration from each other. Their songs try to speak to everyone, mixing a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration.

 

Chase Bank Stage

Forest Avenue and Lighthouse Avenue, 569 Lighthouse Avenue

All Day: DJ Wilfredo Prudencio

DJ Willi is a U.S. Navy Veteran, DJ, Dance Instructor, Artist, Event Designer, Graphic Designer, Soccer Player, Tri-Athlete. He has taught dancing for the past 10 years, but has focused on Salsa and Bachata for the past 6 years. DJ Willi has DJ’d since high school and carried it over into the military life, and later made it his own business in the civilian world. He has DJ’d in San Diego, LA, Las Vegas, San Jose, Salsa No Ka Oi Hawaii, Pacific Grove Good Old Days, Monterey Tequila and Mezcal Expo, Monterey Salsa, Salinas, Santa Cruz, Watsonville and many more. DJ Willi has danced on stage with Monterey Salsa to the live music of Fruko Y Sus Tesos and Buena Vista Social Club. His music library has something for everyone. Other services that he offers are weddings, birthdays, celebrations, corporate events, and private dance lessons. He has teamed up with Monterey Zumba Network, Latin Jazz Collective and others to bring you amazing Zumba Instructors, Live Music, Singers, Dance performers and more! www.djwillientertainment.com.

 

All Day: Monterey Zumba Network

Ditch the Workout, Join the Party! Monterey Zumba Network returns to The Latin Stage. Dance your way to fitness - EVERYONE can do it!!

 

11:30 am – 11:45 am: Janessa Ozaeta

Janessa Ozaeta graduated from Monterey Bay Academy this past June, and is currently studying for a Major in Law at Monterey Peninsula College. She grew up in Seaside, California her whole life, attending the Seventh Day Adventist Church there. She is the second oldest of the four girls and two boys of Martha and Sheldon Ozaeta. Musical talent, in particular singing, was recognized by her parents at the age of five when she began harmonizing to the small praise songs at church. Right now she is saving up to start recording her own music.

 

11:45 am – 12:30 pm: Jewel Capili

Jewel Capili has been singing since before she could talk. A straight-A student at PG middle, she enjoys the internet, her cat, and singing, in that order. Jewel regularly performs at various events and open mics around Monterey and is available for private events and bookings.

 

 

12:30 pm – 1:00 pm: Oceloyotl Aztec Dance Group of Castroville

Oceloytl is an Aztec Dance group from Castroville. Oceloytl means: the essence of the jaguar and focuses on teaching children and young adults the ancestry and culture of danza --every movement has a purpose and a story to be told. If you would like to join the group, you are welcome to attend the free practices starting at 6:30 p.m. every Monday at the North County Parks and Recreation Community Center in Castroville.
 

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: University of California Santa Cruz Sabrosura Dance Troupe

Sabrosura is the student-run Latin American dance troupe at the UCSC campus. They choreograph their own routines and put together their own performance music mixes. Sabrosura performs around the UCSC campus and outside the campus by popular demand and brings people the Latin American culture through dance.

 

 

Bank of America Stage

16th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 601 Lighthouse Avenue

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Rayburn Brothers

Singer Songwriter Craig and Keith Rayburn have created a brand of California roots rock that is mellow, energetic and utterly accessible. The Rayburn Brothers sing from the soul, touching in their audiences a chord of the human experience that connects us all.  They recently released their second album, “Back to California” which is currently getting airplay on KPIG Radio.

 

11:15 am – 12:00 pm: Firefly

Firefly is a classic rock band based out of Pacific Grove, CA. Formed in 2004, the focal point of the band is the classically trained sultry vocals of Kate Daniel.  The band’s dance rock repertoire spans three decades and includes hits from Van Morrison, the Doobie Brothers and James Brown.

 

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm: Culann's Hounds

For 15 years, Culann's Hounds (fronted by Pacific Grove natives Mike Kelleher and Steve Gardner) have been delivering high energy Irish dance music across the Bay Area, the country and in Europe. Expect hard driving Celtic dance music and rebel songs!

 

1:15 pm – 2:15 pm: Ho'omana

Ho'omana in Hawaiian means to Worship. The group began in 2003 and the name was selected because two members of the band were worship leaders with local congregations.  Ho'omana's musical genre is versatile and includes Hawaiian and a little Country, Reggae, Calypso, Oldies and Rock n Roll. Members of the group include Manley Bush from Waimanalo, HI on vocals, Slack-key guitar & Ukulele, Robert Uncangco from Nanakuli, HI on vocals and Rhythm Guitar, Edward Navarro from Manila, PI on vocals and Bass.

 

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm: The Roomshakers!

The Roomshakers! are a 7-piece party band currently shakin’ the clubs around Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay.  With an emphasis on high energy danceable tunes, their music consists of popular R&B, soul and funk tunes that consistently get the room shakin’ and keep the crowd on the dance floor!

 

3:45 pm – 4:45 pm: Stu Heydon Blues Band

Stu was taught by John L. Hooker and has toured for over 30 years all over North America. For the past 20 years, Stu has taught blues and recorded most musicians in Monterey and continues to teach and record at Carmel Recording Studio in the barnyard. Stu will be inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame this September and already has a Lifetime Achievement Award, Best Guitarist Award, and a Paul Harris Award from the Carmel Rotary.

 

 

17th Street Grill Stage

17th Street and Lighthouse Avenue, 617 Lighthouse Avenue

10:00 am – 10:45 am: Groove Like BollyWorld Dance

Groove Like BollyWorld is a dance class led by Ash, who has been dancing and choreographing for over ten years. These dance classes offer light hip-hop, Bhangra, classical Indian, and modern movements. Come dance along with Bollywood movie music.

 

11:00 am – 11:45 am: Anomalous Peach

Anomalous Peach is a harmony and guitar driven modern Rock n Roll band. The band was formed nearing the end of 2013, by lead singer Brett "Ashe" Freshour, guitarist William "Sully" Sullivan, and Rachael "Peach" Williams. Soon after initiating this contemporary twist on new original music influenced by all of the greatest rock n roll bands ranging from classics to modern day, lead singer Brett recruited family, long time friends and ex band mates, Branden "Gunner" Aguon, Brandon "Sparke" Freshour and Jon Rarup to form a Love themed cosmic Rock n Roll band. Unique and distinct, their sound is continually gaining notoriety due to their complex vocal harmonies and powerful spiritually driven message. 

 

11:45 am – 12:00 pm: Rosita Feist

Rosita is a local belly dancer that has previously performed at Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce Wine, Art, & Music Walks. Rosita is also a member of the Park Avenue Belly Dancers.

 

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm: Rollin' & Tumblin'

Rollin’ & Tumblin’ is one of the Premiere Bands in the Monterey Bay Area playing Rockin’ Blues & Classic Rock at Local Venues, Festivals, Private Parties and Charitable Events. 

 

12:45 am – 1:00 pm: Rosita Feist

Rosita is a local belly dancer that has previously performed at Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce Wine, Art, & Music Walks. Rosita is also a member of the Park Avenue Belly Dancers.

 

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm: Alli Clarke Haylings

A talented young singer/songwriter who performs self-penned songs known for insightful lyrics with a youthful take on her country roots and retro rock style.

 

2:00 pm – 2:45 pm: High School Chorus Club

The Chorus Club at Pacific Grove High School is a group of nearly 20 girls who are dedicated to choral music. Since the school does not offer a class, the club meets on Saturday morning each week. They are directed by Michelle Boulware, who also conducts the PG Middle School chorus. The choir club recently returned from a Music in the Parks competition in Disneyland where they received a first place trophy and an excellent rating.

 

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Terrie Londee & B-4 Dawn Band

Terrie Londee and B-4 Dawn Band Is an energetic, Top 40, R&B, Funky Band, playing all genres and styles of music. Their first CD, entitled 'TAKE IT PERSONAL' is on sale now. The band is currently gearing up for Summer and Spring Tour.

 

4:15 pm – 5:00 pm: Abdoulaye Diallo

Abdoulaye Diallo is a drummer and drum maker from Senegal, a region of West Africa rich with artists. He has been playing drums for more than 30 years, and has taught and performed throughout Monterey County. He teaches the traditional rhythms that he learned from his elders in an effort to expose the community to this important part of West African culture. 

Goodies Stage

Fountain Avenue and Lighthouse Avenue, 518 Lighthouse Avenue

9:30 am – 10:15 am: Leanne Tallis

Leanne Tallis is a native Californian hailing from Los Angeles. After a brief stunt in London studying musical theatre, she was called back home to San Francisco, where she now resides, to follow her passion for holistic healing and folk music. She sings the old time folk traditionals, and has an unyielding love for Joni Mitchell.  

 

10:30 am – 11:30 am: Dave Muldawer

From the Santa Cruz area, Dave Muldawer plays original acoustic rock, classic rock and 80's covers.

 

11:45 am – 12:30 pm: Sierra Silverstrings

The Sierra Silverstrings are a Reno kids' fiddle band (ages 7-15) who play, sing, and dance to Americana music. The energetic youth band has performed 150 times in 2 years; notably at Reno the Rodeo, Lyon County Fair, 2013 Good Old Days Music festival, Calaveras County Fair, the Western Heritage Festival in Sparks, the Ukiah Pumpkinfest and the Reno Celtic Festival. Our playlist celebrates our nation's history with songs like Yankee Doodle, Arkansas Traveler, Cripple Creek, Buffalo Gals, Soldier's Joy, and Oh Susanna. 

 

12:45 pm – 1:30 pm: 3 Lucky Bums

3 Lucky Bums are three volunteer guitar instructors with the Guitars Not Guns Monterey County program who got together to play their favorite songs. These songs are mainly country/folk/rock from the 1970s along with a couple of original creations.  The 3 Lucky Bums are Joe Braun, Tim Patchin and Ed Tobin. 

 

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm: Del Monte Brass Band

The Del Monte Brass is an all volunteer brass and percussion ensemble. It was founded in 2003 by retired Navy Captain Carol O’Neal at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). Its membership is comprised entirely of volunteers representing the NPS staff, faculty, students, spouses, military members and retirees from the local area.

 

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm: DiFranco Dance Project

The DiFranco Dance Project is a youth dance company based in the Afro-Latin Jazz dance classes that director Dianne Lyle, teaches in Pacific Grove's Chautauqua Hall.  Our performers, ages 7-16, who hail from all parts of the Peninsula, look forward to their annual participation in the Good Old Days, as a treasured tradition.  During this weekend, our older dancers will also be performing with our local Brazilian drum bateria.

 

3:45 pm – 4:30 pm: Sierra Silverstrings

The Sierra Silverstrings are a Reno kids' fiddle band (ages 7-15) who play, sing, and dance to Americana music. The energetic youth band has performed 150 times in 2 years; notably at Reno the Rodeo, Lyon County Fair, 2013 Good Old Days Music festival, Calaveras County Fair, the Western Heritage Festival in Sparks, the Ukiah Pumpkinfest and the Reno Celtic Festival. Our playlist celebrates our nation's history with songs like Yankee Doodle, Arkansas Traveler, Cripple Creek, Buffalo Gals, Soldier's Joy, and Oh Susanna. 

 

Jewell Park Stage

Central Avenue and Grand Avenue, 584 Central Avenue

9:15 am – 11:15 am: Sean Ryan

Inspired by music of the past, Sean Ryan performs memorable cover tunes and successful originals with a contemporary sound that has been compared to artist such as "John Mayer", "Cat Stevens" and "Eric Clapton."

 

11:30 am – 12:30 pm: Million Dollar Ticket

From jazz to classic rock, from country to contemporary hits, from songs in other languages to original tunes, Million Dollar Ticket is the Duo that Does it All!  With Robert McNamara on guitar, Christine Hart on bass and vocals, and a drum backdrop, Million Dollar Ticket is a little band with a big sound!

 

12:45 pm – 1:30 pm: Joseph Mortela

Alternative Rock musician Joseph Mortela and his band, Ember Years, perform together on Saturday April 5th and an acoustic solo performance is on Sunday the 6th at the Pacific Grove Good Old Days celebration 2014. Joseph Mortela's music can be found on iTunes, CD Baby and other national media outlets.

 

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm: Dusty Moon

Dusty Moon, the musical duo of Linda Maki and Rick Merritt, features an eclectic mix of acoustic originals and covers, warm harmonies and a dollop of banjo. Expect a couple toe tappers among a set of mainly sweet and slow ballads, hopefully one of which will make you reach over and give your sweetie’s hand a squeeze.

 

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm: James Woolwine

James Woolwine is a multi-talented musician/songwriter who plays original music on guitar and piano.  He transitions between catchy rock/folk songs and impressive instrumental compositions which combine Classical and Jazz influences.

 

3:45 pm – 4:30 pm: El Camino Sutra

A new local band led by guitarist Keith Damron, formerly of Bogie & the Turtles.

 

Carmel Valley Coffee Roasting Co.

Between 14th & 15th, 510 Lighthouse Avenue

10:00 am – 1:00 pm: Joseph Lucido

Recognized as the “Peninsula’s Premier Jazz-Pop Guitarist,” Joseph Lucido's music is an electric blend of Jazz, R&B, and World Beat Influences representing the essence of "Smooth Jazz". Combining a Santana~Jazz style guitar sound with percussion, his music is both romantic and passionate.