San Pedro Square Market Live Music: Join SPSM for live performances in Downtown San Jose the week of January 15th, 2018 featuring: Chaz, Rockin' Regi, Harold Fethe, Bob Gonzalez Band, Johnny Neri, and Joice Walton.
Chaz Solo: Monday, January 15th @ 6:00pm
CLASSICAL-NEW AGE-JAZZ-FUNK-ROCK-LATIN-COUNTRY-R&B-50’S OLDIES-REGGAE-CARIBBEAN-BRAZILIAN-MOTOWN-TOP-40-DANCE-HIP HOP & RAP
Rockin' Regi: Tuesday, January 16th @ 6:00pm
Variety • Wide-Appeal • Surf & Fun • 50's Sock Hop
Psychadelic 70's • Modern Rock • 80's • Gatsby
Harold Fethe: Wednesday, January 17th @ 6:00pm
Harold Fethe is a jazz and rock guitarist with skill, soul, and versatility. He was a founding member of Indigo Swing, a swing revival band that played top San Francisco venues during their mid-1990s heyday, and also appeared with his acoustic-rock band at the legendary Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, sharing bills with Boz Scaggs, John Lee Hooker, Maria Muldaur and others.
Bob Gonzalez Band: Thursday, January 18th @ 6:00pm
"Rock, roll, rhythm, and blues is what we started with in the early 60’s......we listened to and played it all. Music was not so focused as it is today. People danced and enjoyed it; musicians experimented. Call it what you like, it’s me and my friends doing what we do......”
Rockin' Regi 4-piece: Friday, January 19th @ 7:00pm
Johnny Neri Band: Saturday, January 20th @ 7:00pm
JOHNNY NERI BAND is a five piece band that pays tribute to the greatest Rock and Roll bands ever by performing popular, vintage, anthem like Classic Rock and Soul hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80's and 90’s. Since its inception in 2010, The Johnny Neri Band has rapidly grown in popularity after exploding on the music scene. Incredible four-part harmony from amazing musicians who each play many instruments.
Joice Walton: Sunday, January 21st @ 2:00pm
Throughout her simultaneous careers as a boldly eclectic, international-touring blues singer, and procurement agent for Silicon Valley hi-tech firms, Joice Walton has held a number of strong political views. She kept them largely to herself and her circle of friends -- until now.