San Pedro Square Market Live Music: Join SPSM for live performances in Downtown San Jose the week of December 24th, 2018 featuring: Reggie Rockinelli, Primary Colors, Harold Fethe, 7th Wave, Reggie Trio, Jeramy Noris, Bob Gonzales, and Chaz.
Reggi Rockinelli: Monday, December 24th @ 6:00pm
Regi has taught and performed professionally for over 30 years, and currently works with the oldies group Daddy-O. Regi teaches rock, boogie-woogie, ragtime, blues, country, and New Orleans styles, emphasizing technique, theory, performance, chords, improvisation, music history. Regi prefers the folk teaching method as opposed to reading music, only so the student will learn the components of playing songs and learn to play without just memorizing notes. Boogie-woogie is a style of piano-based blues that became popular in the late 1930s and early 1940s, but originated much earlier, and was extended from piano, and country and western music, and even gospel.
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Primary Colors: Wednesday, December 26th @ 6:00pm
They magically combine southern soul and classic jazz styles with the grooves and blues – performing their originals and favorites from Jimmie Davis and Nat King Cole to Al Green and Marvin Gaye. Their treatments are so unique that you feel you are hearing even classic songs for the first time. While they impress hard-core jazz lovers, they tap into the souls of anyone who loves the great vibes and surprises that come with every jam session.
Harold Fethe: Thursday, December 27th @ 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.
7th Wave: Friday, December 28th @ 6:00pm
7th Wave is a very musical, acoustic band composed of three lead singers. Each member is vocally featured and backed up to create very melodic three part harmonies.
Cynthia Larson gifts the trio with her elegant voice and rhythms on percussion and guitar. Her voice has been featured on stage with the likes of Neil Young and members of the Doobie Brothers.
Deenie Rose brings aural dimension to the group with flute, vocals and guitar. Her music has taken her to London and Australia plus a performance at the White House.
Stephen Krilanovich is a world class guitar player, arranger, lead singer, and teacher of music. In addition, he is lead guitar player in the famed White Album Ensemble.
Reggi Rockinelli: Friday, December 28th @ 9:00pm
Jeramy Norris: Saturday, December 29th @ 6:00pm
Jeramy Norris is an emerging blues phenomenon taking the world by storm.
Jeramy has consistently been amazing audiences with his soulful vocals and supernatural guitar skills. Hailed as a messenger with an old soul, Jeramy delivers riffs and vibe beyond his years. Audiences are eager anywhere he plays. Jeramy plays with pure passion that draws people in, and makes them feel good.
Norris is an accomplished singer/songwriter with modern and vintage influences. His influences include Jonny Lang, Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, BB King, Albert Collins, Muddy Waters, and Johnny Winter to name a few. He is backed by a world class band named "The Dangerous Mood", Peter Hackett on drums and Chip Yeager on bass. They deliver scorching grooves that ignite Jeramy's virtuoso guitar playing.
Expect riveting original songs alongside powerfully recharged classic Blues favorites.
Bob Gonzales: Saturday, December 29th @ 9:00pm
"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......”
Do you like the Blues? Do you like old school R&B? Do you like real Rock? You will love the Bob Gonzalez Band!
Chaz: Sunday, December 30th @ 2:00pm
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