2591 Main St,
Soquel, CA 95073


 
 





We are open for INDOOR and OUTDOOR dining 
 Live music has started up again 
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  for no cover shows 
Call (831) 479-9777 (EXT. 2) 









  

What a voice! 
Get ready for an great evening of super Soul and great Gospel Music

Sat. April 10
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm
   $45 for dinner and show  Seated <21  w/parent

An evening of music to enrich the soul and get your groove on featuring Tammi Brown, Otis Coen on keyboards, Ted Welty on guitar and vocals, Will Bates-Minou on drums and percussion and Jerry Whitney on bass. Tammi has performed with some of the most notable

Music Industry Icons known to the world including renowned Music Producer, Quincy Jones, Stanley Jordan, Dr. Maya Angelou, Joan Baez, Spyro Gyra, and Eric Bibb to name a few. Otis Coen local Santa Cruz musician and produced for over 50 years has opened for Les Dudec, Pat Travers, Buddy Miles, Red Hot Chilly Peppers, Lydia Pence & Cold Blood, Canned Heat, Robin Trower, and many others.  Ted Welty, another great local musician is the lead guitar player for Locomotive Breath, a very popular dance band.  Ted also performs solo and duo performances, playing original tunes as well as popular favorites.

Along with Ted, Will Bates-Minou drums for SambaDa'. Jerry Whitney is the bass player for The Ten O Clock Lunch Band, a local dance band, Now's The Time, a jazz/ pop band and performs with the Blues Mechanics. He has does also works extensively with Beatles cover groups in the Santa Cruz Area.

Artist sites and sounds:  www.tammibrown.com

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 


 



  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. April 11 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/




  

 

Wed. April 14 at 5pm
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent

HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week. Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive.  The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)

Artist sites and sounds:  www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/

Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)

 




  

Fusing elements of funk,
acid jazz and classic R&B
with their own signature groove

Fri. April 16 at 5pm
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent

Since their inception in 1990, The Joint Chiefs have built a loyal following based on their live performances as well as their wide range of styles and influences. Their sound fuses elements of funk, acid jazz and classic R&B with their own signature groove.  The Joint Chiefs Trio are Don Caruth – Guitar; Maurice Miles – Drums; Anthony Cannon - Keys / Kicking Bass 

BRING YOUR FACE MASK    

Artist sites and sounds: http://thejointchiefsband.com






  

Performing The Kinks masterpieces and deep cuts for an outstanding live listening experience

Sat. April 17
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm
   $45 for dinner and show  Seated <21 w/parent

 

The Village Green A Tribute to The Kinks are a group of Santa Cruz musicians who paying tribute to a classic rock band we all love: The Kinks.  This version of our band is specifically designed for Dinner and a Show.  We will not be using a drummer and so the volume will be more appropriate for a dinner show.  We will perform many of Ray and Dave Davies popular hits and a few deep cuts, for the hardcore fans.  We've recorded two tribute albums full of Kinks songs are recently released a new single, Little Bit of Emotion.  The Village Green is donating 10% of our proceeds to the Fund for Human Services. The Village Green are: John Michael – Vocals; Jeffery Ebbage - Electric Guitar, Vocals; Greg Brown - Guitar, Keyboard, Bass, Vocals; Rick Leroy Hoornbeck - Bass, Acoustic, Electric 12 string, Vocals, Co-production; Rob Vickers - Keyboards/Vocals

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds:  www.facebook.com/TheVillageGreenKinks/   and https://youtu.be/io3VMXLnEg0

View tonight's dinner menu: http://www.michaelsonmainmusic.com/dinner_and_a_show_menu.png

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number   




 


  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. April 18 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/





  

 

Wed. April 21 at 5pm
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent

HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week. Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive.  The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)

Artist sites and sounds:  www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/

Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)

 




  

 

 

Ted Welty of Locomotive Breath, Don Caruth of the Joint Chiefs and Jerry Whitney of the Ten O'Clock Lunch Band come together as a powerhouse trio.

Fri. April 23 at 5pm
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Ted Welty of Locomotive Breath, Don Caruth of the Joint Chiefs and Jerry Whitney of the Ten O'Clock Lunch Band come together as a powerhouse trio.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: https://garyblackburnmusic.com

 

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)





  

Cosmic Honky-Tonk Americana Jamband Musical Adventurers

Sat. April 24
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm 
$45 for dinner and show   Seated <21 w/parent

Musical adventurers Edge Of The West have been steadily touring the Western US, Alaska and Hawaii since 2016, exploring the deep American outback, exciting audiences and rocking their Americana-outlaw hippie jamband blend of originals and rootsy covers. Their energetic and danceable sound appeals to a wide variety of music fans, lighting up rooms and festival grounds. The four accomplished musicians, singers and writers in the group bring a bounty of songs of their own plus a deep repertoire of covers in many genres, often leaning toward the 70's sounds of country, rock and the Grateful Dead. Their eponymous first record received enthusiastic airplay and reviews, with the next one in process for release this year.  Featuring familiar musicians who've also played with the New Riders of the Purple Sage, Todd Snider, Cake, David Nelson Band, Great American Taxi, Stu Allen, Jefferson Starship, Johnny Paycheck and more, Edge Of The West brings some serious cred, history, family ties and deep musical roots to the table. And they know how to show ‘em a good time. That's what they do. Guitar, Vocals: Jim Lewin, Bass, Vocals:  Bill Laymon, Keyboards, Vocals: Ken Margolis Drums, Vocals:  Marty Carpenter

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: http://www.edgeofthewest.band and  https://www.facebook.com/edgeofthewestband/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number


 


  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. April 25 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/



  

Wed. April 28 at 5pm
HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week.
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent


Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive. The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK    RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) Artist sites and sounds:   www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/ Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

Original Americana music, rich with harmonies and playfully delivered

Fri. April 30 at 5pm  
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Bonny June & Bonfire is a trio that sing together like birds in a field of wildflowers. Bonny writes tunes that showcase a varied cast of characters playing out stories of villains and heroines, lovers and longing, comedy and tragedy. In Bonfire, Bonny borrows Ken Kraft (White Album Ensemble) and Craig Owens (Lacy J. Dalton) of SNAIL band fame, and submits them to long, torturous sessions of harmonic creation and woodshedding to bring these stories to life. The result is a highly entertaining show for the listener to join in, to sing and sway along with, laugh, cry, and drink. 

BRING YOUR FACE MASK 

Artist sites and sounds: https://www.facebook.com/MoonPearlsMusic/   and www.BonnyJuneTunes.com

Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

Much-anticipated reunion of 3 of Santa Cruz's favorite songwriters and performers.

Sat. May 1
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm 
  $45 for dinner and show   Seated <21 w/parent

Anthony Arya is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter raised in Santa Cruz, California. In Fall 2018, at age 15, Anthony was on Season 15 of NBC's The Voice. Shortly after he released his debut album Going To California, and his songs are regularly played on roots radio station KPIG. Arya's music is rock with a touch of jazz and blues. Anthony has performed hundreds of shows around the Bay Area and folks say you're likely to walk away humming one of his tunes for days after a performance. In May 2020, Arya released his second original album, The Road which is currently receiving airplay nationwide .

Taylor Rae is a guitarist/singer/songwriter born and raised in the mountains of Santa Cruz, California. She modernizes her unique 60s & 70's inspired sound while blending r&b, jazz, funk and blues/rock into a beautiful melting pot of organic music she calls "Soul and Roll". In 2017 she was awarded the Santa Cruz NEXTies "Musician of the Year."

Lindsey Wall was recently selected as 2020 Musician of the Year by the Santa Cruz Nexties. Her emotional performances of Americana and Folk music keeps audiences coming back and bringing along new friends. She frequently teams up with other locals and her voice always adds a special sound to the mix. Her original song “Honey” caught the ear of the American Idol scouts in 2017 and she was invited to audition. Lindsey progressed through multiple levels including the coveted Hollywood ticket. Her EP is available on Spotify.

Artist sites and sounds: www.anthonyarya.com www.taylorraemusic.com/  and www.facebook.com/LindseyWallMusic

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 


 

  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. May 2 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/



  

 

Wed. May 5 at 5pm
HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week.
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent


Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive. The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK    RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) Artist sites and sounds:   www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/ Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

Bruno and Nick of Soulwise team with Shawn Yanez to create the feel-good sounds of Santa Cruda

Fri. May 7 at 5pm  
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

'Santa Cruz eagerly welcomes the new soul-reggae trio 'SANTA CRUDA.'  Where Bruno Proal & Nick Disalvo from Soulwise & Thrive combine powers with our local gem Shawn Yanez to deliver the sweet sounds of feel good music. Playing original music to covers from Sublime, Bob Marley, UB40, classic hip hop artists and many more. For those who don't know 'Santa Cruda' means 'Holy Hangover' in Spanish so be sure you will have a great time listening and hanging out with us!'

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds:   www.instagram.com/santa_cruda831/

Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 




  

Western Music Hall of Fame Artist

Sat. May 8
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm 
  $45 for dinner and show   Seated <21 w/parent

Dave Stamey: Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called him “the Charley Russell of Western Music.”  Western Horseman Magazine  has declared his “Vaquero Song” to be one of the greatest Western songs of all time.  In 2010 True West Magazine named  him Best Living Western Solo Musician. Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today.  He has been voted three times Entertainer of the Year, three times Male Performer of the Year and twice Songwriter of the Year by the Western Music Association, and received the Will Rogers Award  from the Academy of Western Artists. He's delighted audiences in twenty states, and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses. 

In November of 2016 Dave was inducted into the Western Music Hall of Fame.

Dave is joined by cowgirl vocalist Annie Lydon.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: www.davestamey.com

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number

 

  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. May 9 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

 



  

 

Wed. May 12 at 5pm
HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week.
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent


Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive. The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK    RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) Artist sites and sounds:   www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/ Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

 

 

Ted Welty of Locomotive Breath, Don Caruth of the Joint Chiefs and Jerry Whitney of the Ten O'Clock Lunch Band come together as a powerhouse trio.

Fri. May 14 at 5pm
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Ted Welty of Locomotive Breath, Don Caruth of the Joint Chiefs and Jerry Whitney of the Ten O'Clock Lunch Band come together as a powerhouse trio.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: https://garyblackburnmusic.com

 

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)





  

"The group seamlessly careens from blues to bluegrass and rock in a way that really shouldn't make sense but somehow does." LA Times

Sat. May. 15
Dinner starts at 6:30
and Showtime 8pm

   $45 for dinner and show   Seated <21 w/parent

From China to Iceland, and all over the U.S., Dirty Cello brings the world a high energy and unique spin on blues and bluegrass. Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you've never heard before. From down home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin' bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping! “When lead guitar is replaced by the sound of hot licks on a cello, blues, rock and bluegrass rise to a new dimension. Dirty Cello — a four-piece band from San Francisco — makes its style of string music to inspire audiences to swing, sway and dance.” Ashland Daily Tidings. "Dirty Cello's music is all over the map: funky, carnival, romantic, sexy, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical." Oakland Magazine.  "The band plays every style imaginable, and does some fantastic covers. (Their rendition of “Purple Haze” is incredible.) But what is most spectacular about them is hearing the depth of soul in Roudman's playing—it goes beyond what most people would expect from the instrument. She plays it with so much heart, you'll wonder why more bands don't have a cellist." Good Times Santa Cruz.  "A five-piece string ensemble that truly pushes the envelope and breaks the barriers, they blend blues, bluegrass and world music sounds with roots in the world of European classical music in a style that is unique and refreshing." Cloverdale Reveille

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds:  www.dirtycello.com

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number   


 

  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. May 16 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/





  

 

Wed. May 19 at 5pm
HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week.
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent


Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive. The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK    RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) Artist sites and sounds:   www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/ Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

Drew Harrison of the Sun Kings, Jerry Whitney, Glenn MacPherson

Thu. May 20
Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm 
$45 for dinner and show   Seated <21 w/parent

On February 9, 1964 the Beatles invaded America and have occupied the hearts and souls of generations ever since. They truly have been the songbook of our lives. The memories created by the Beatles are unparalleled. So many of us can flash back to a moment in time that a Beatles song helped create  unforgettable moments in our lives. Get your ticket to ride and to enjoy and sing music from the Beatles songbook with Drew, Jerry and Glenn.

Drew Harrison is the leader of the Sun Kings, a hugely popular Beatles tribute band.  He also the star of the one man show In The Sprit of Lennon , a remarkable John Lennon tribute.

Jerry Whitney of the Beatles trio Come Together has always been influence by Paul McCartney and Motown.  Tonight it is all about the Beatles.  Jerry anchors the Santa Cruz Beatles Jam group with 400 members.

Glenn MacPherson is an Americana Singer Songwriter & Guitarist

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: http://thesunkings.com

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number


 


  

Masterful Guitarist / Vocalist from the Congo enchants with his uplifting world music sound!

Fri. May 21 at 5pm  
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Elie Mabanza is a masterful guitarist, vocalist, & songwriter from Brazzaville, Congo, whose acoustic musical style blends his native African rhythms with world music influences from around the globe. The beauty and depth of his musical gifts are truly irresistible to the ear and the heart. Elie will be accompanied by some special guests for this concert including Ryan Price on Bass, Spencer Peterson on Keys, Drew Pieros on Percussion, and possibly some extra special guests as well! More info and samples of Elie's music can be found on his web site.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds:   www.eliemabanza.com

Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

A Very Unique and exciting Co-Bill
with two powerhouse duos

Sat. May 22

Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm  
$50 for dinner and show  Seated <21 w/parent

Matt Hartle and Larry Graff A special Duo show, members of Painted Mandolin, have an energy that's been described as Fire and Air. Together, that creates Hot Jams and Soulful Songs. Expect original material, from the upcoming Painted Mandolin album, and beloved covers from Garcia, Dylan and Neil. Each Duo will do their own set, but expect lots of collaboration between the groups.  Rita and Larry co-wrote one of the songs on the new Painted Mandolin Album, and Sean, Larry, Matt and Rita have jammed on stage many times. A Very Unique and exciting Co-Bill!

Rita Hosking and Sean Feder: Northern California's Rita Hosking sings of forest fires, culture clash, dishes, rivers, black holes and hope.  An award-winning and prolific songwriter characterized as "here and now" by The Observer, her stories, songs and soul-stirring, country-folk voice are partnered with longtime collaborator and multi-instrumentalist Sean Feder on dobro, banjo, guitar and vocals. Together, they deliver what Acoustic Magazine calls “timeless, unhurried elegance."

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: http://matthartlemusic.com/painted-mandolin and www.ritahosking.com and www.facebook.com/RitaHoskingMusic

View tonight's dinner menu: http://www.michaelsonmainmusic.com/dinner_and_a_show_menu.png

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

 





  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. May 23 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/





  

 

Wed. May 26 at 5pm
HUMP DAY happens every Wednesday and features TED WELTY and Ted's SPECIAL GUEST of the week.
No Cover Seated <21 w/parent


Native Santa Cruz musician Ted Welty, a guitarist and singer/songwriter, is best known as co-founder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive. The group was signed in 1994 by indie label, Maddog Records, and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997. Ted is currently a member of the popular bands Locomotive Breath and Spun.


BRING YOUR FACE MASK    RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) Artist sites and sounds:   www.facebook.com/T.Rollin.music/ Reservations Recommended: Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) 





  

Americana and
Folk Rockin' Favorites

Fri. May 28 at 5pm
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Americana and Folk Rockin' Favorites.  Drew Janecki on guitar & vocals, Donna Seda (of Simple Dreams) on vocals and Ron Work (of Space Heater) on guitar

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: https://garyblackburnmusic.com

 

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)





  

CD Release for “Good at Being Lonely” Hank and Ella with The Fine Country Band's sophomore album

Sat. May 29 Dinner starts
at 6:30 and Showtime 8pm  

$45 for dinner and show  Seated <21 w/parent

PRESENTED WITH SNAZZY PRODUCTIONS

Good at Being Lonely is Hank and Ella with The Fine Country Band's sophomore album.  The album has a range of feelings from lonesome honky tonk scenes to feel-good classic-country anthems.  The band continues to highlight the California country sound while adding its own influences and experiences, With 13 original country songs, “Good at Being Lonely” is new while reaching back to the roots of country music.  We are excited to release our new music for the world to hear. At live shows people always leave feeling uplifted by their high energy performances, and great stage presence. One listen and you can tell this band has a bright future. Like Hank says in one of his songs, whether it be a setting sun or a rain filled cloud, the good old days are now.”

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: www.thefinecountryband.com

View tonight's dinner menu: http://www.michaelsonmainmusic.com/dinner_and_a_show_menu.png

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 






  

 

Dance to Grateful Dead tunes with Matt Hartle and Friends

Sun. May 30 at 5:30pm 
  $15 Seated <21 w/parent


BRING YOUR FACE MASKS

We really need everyone to help us all stay safe. We are asking that everyone hang at their tables. Masks are required at all times unless you are seated at your table. Socially distanced dancing will be allowed at your tables only, not in the spaces between the tables.

 

Artist sites and sounds:    www.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 

New weekly link to Grateful Sundays live online can be found every Sunday at   https://m.facebook.com/GratefulSundays/





  

Roy Zimmerman returns to live performance with songs for this moment - absurd, tragic, hilarious and inspiring.

Sat. June 12
Dinner starts at 6:30
and Showtime 8pm  

$50 for dinner and show  Seated <21 w/parent

PRESENTED WITH SNAZZY PRODUCTIONS

Roy Zimmerman's signature blend of heart and hilarity has never been more necessary. In a career spanning more than thirty years, Roy's songs have been heard on HBO and Showtime, and his videos have garnered hundreds of millions of views. For years, Roy and his wife and co-writer Melanie Harby toured the country. Their “Satire Delivery Service,” as they called it, brought laughter and encouragement to the “Blue Dots” - the most progressive people in some of the least progressive places in the nation. “Satire empowers people,” says Roy. “To laugh is to fight back. To hope is to fight back.”

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: www.royzimmerman.com

Purchase your tickets now:  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2) / If off hours, leave name, number of tickets and phone number 






  

Enjoy Grateful Dead, JGB, Old & In the Way, Kingfish & Dylan tunes

Fri. June 18 at 5pm
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Rosebud is an all-star ensemble of Grateful Dead musicians who have found the sum to be greater than the parts. Scott Cooper (from the China Cats), Fred Rodriguez and Lachlann Kane blend their velvety three-part harmony vocals on top pristine instrumental passages. The band is rounded out by drummer Mark Corsolini and bassist Andy Birchett. Rosebud has been playing together consistently since 2017 and it shows in their tight arrangements yet loose jamming. In addition to Dead material, the band includes lots of JGB, Old & In the Way, Kingfish, Dylan, originals and a lot more material that fits right in with the Dead vibe; stuff Jerry could have done.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: www.facebook.com/rosebudsantacruz/

 

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)





  

Channeling the spirit of the Grateful Dead and like-minded music

Fri. July 9 at 5pm
No Cover  Seated <21 w/parent

Aardvark is a jam band indigenous to the Bay Area that has been channeling the spirit of the Grateful Dead and like-minded music with choice songs, sweet vocals and transcendent jams since 2011.   Over a century of collective immersion in the music of the Grateful Dead culminates in faithful renditions interspersed with untethered psychedelic improvisation.  Hailing from the San Francisco Peninsula, Aardvark continues gathering faithful fans with performances at clubs, festivals, and private parties all around Northern California.  Aardvark members are Greg Gavalakis, Ben Hollin, Paul Kelly, Robert Parker, and Jon “Skippy” Sherred.

BRING YOUR FACE MASK

Artist sites and sounds: www.facebook.com/AardvarkTheBand

 

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED  Call (831) 479-9777 (ext. 2)











LOCATION:
2591 Main St, Soquel, CA 95073
Hours of Operation
Tue- Thu 8am-10pm
Fri & Sat- 8am-11:30pm
Sun 8am-10pm
Closed Monday
Phone: (831) 479-9777
Fax : (831) 479 9773
EMAIL: info@michaelsonmain.net