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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Join Baku for another evening of improvised “Jafro-Music” from 6:30-9:30pm on Saturday July 19 at The Timber Cove Inn's Sequoia Lounge.
Baku is an improvisational ensemble consisting of: Harrison Goldberg, saxophones/percussion accessories, Chris Doering, guitar synthesizer, Tim Mueller, guitar, David French, upright bass and Nancy Feehan, percussion.
Baku is dedicated to the art of spontaneous
The Finnaddicts returns to Timber Cove Inn's Sequoia Lounge, from 6:30-9:30pm on Saturday July 12th.
Wizened, mellow, rich, complex and full-bodied, The Finnaddicts serve up music and entertainment for most occasions with a robust repertoire of pop, rock, blues, jazz, R&B and country - something for everybody. A bouquet of boucoup hits from the 60's to the 90's
Hannah Jern-Miller will again perform her guitar, harmonica and tambourine skills, on Friday, July 11th, in Timber Cove Inn's Sequoia Lounge, from 6:30-9:30pm.
Hannah Jern-Miller has been bringing her sultry blend of folk, country, and vintage rock music to her native Sonoma County for over 10 years. Born into a musical family, singing came naturally, and she flourished in Petaluma'