Brad Wilson established the Rhythm Drivers in 2004 with an intent to play blues infused with a vintage rock edge. His vocals and blues harp lead the band and define the sound with influences of Texas, west coast, swamp, and Chicago style blues. Brad is committed to the tradition and has been influenced by his older brother Kim Wilson, James Cotton, Otis Rush, Sonny Boy
Swingfish is Northern California’s premier “chamber swing” trio—three master musicians celebrating the romance of the Great American Songbook. Hailed by Washington DC bandleader and jazz historian Tom Cunningham as “one of the greatest living big band rhythm guitarists, with a right hand like a steam hammer,” Scott Foster leads the trio with a broad repertoire
3/7/15 6:30-9:30pm at The Timber Cove Inn's Sequoia Lounge
Sassy. Soulful. Swinging. Jazz Habit’s Tribute to Songbirds of Yesteryear - Mae West meets Maria Muldaur - honors legendary chanteuses decade to decade: Bessie Smith, Peggy Lee, Nina Simone, Sarah Vaughan to Rickie Lee Jones, Bonnie Raitt and more!
Enjoy an evening of music at Timber Cove Inn with local favorites Mike and Sylvia. They will be joined by their friend and long-time bass player Chris. Performing Saturday, February 21 in the Sequoia Lounge from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Beautiful sunset views and toe tapping favorites for your weekend!
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The interesting thing about our vineyards on the wild and woolly Sonoma Coast is that we like them tucked away, our little secret. Not along some busy roads like SOME wineries we know. Our Wild Hog Vineyard is a small family owned and operated winery and vineyard (sadly no tasting room) in the hills between Cazadero and Fort Ross, in the new Fort Ross
Don’t let the winter blues keep you from going outside especially with this unusually mild winter we are having. If you have not hiked the Northern Sonoma coast you will be pleasantly surprised at the myriad of flora, fauna, trails and seaview vistas! TAKE A HIKE with our friend, Margaret Lindgren, master hiker, blogger and owner of “Unbeaten Path Hiking
If you haven’t noticed, we are now officially knee-deep into the holidays with Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us (phew!). This means we are fully into the festive season of holiday parties, hats & mittens, shopping, decorating, family, celebrating, shopping and even more shopping! A whirlwind of activities surround most of us this time of year and dare we suggest that
By now you know that the Sonoma coast offers some of the most eye-popping scenery in the world. You may have even discovered some favorite hiking trails, hidden tasting rooms and tucked-away eateries along the beaten path. But, you MAY not know that world-class artists call the Sonoma Coast their home. I was fortunate to meet Bruce Johnson recently at his "studio" not
New Executive Chef William Oliver is busily updating our menu in Alexander's and being his creative culinary self these days. When I asked for a recipe he commented that when he designs recipes he uses Whole Foods as a reference: if you can't buy it there, then the recipe is no-go. He wanted people
To those of you who who attended the first Annual Vintage + Vino event held at Timber Cove Inn on Sunday June 30th, lucky you! Picture perfect weather, vintage cars with a dramatic Pacific Ocean backdrop and wine pourings from wineries in the Fort Ross Seaview AVA including Annapolis, Flowers, Fort Ross, Hirsch and Wild Hog. Hopefully you had a chance to visit with
I was treated to an amazing thunder and lightning storm show at Timber Cove Inn during my last visit. An amazing flashing, cracking lightshow over the ocean that was worth a few hours of lost sleep. My biggest concern was a 9:30 appointment that morning for a hike with my new friend Margaret Lindgren, hiker extraordinaire with "Unbeaten Path Hiking Tours". Not wanting
As most origins of cocktails go, there are a few versions of how the Sidecar came into being. One story, as told by David Embury in The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks (1948), says that it was developed in a Parisian bistro during World War I by a friend who rode to the favorite bar in the sidecar of a motorcycle. Which bar this was