San Pedro Square Market Live Music: Join SPSM for live performances in Downtown San Jose the week of March 21st, 2016 featuring: Scott Cooper, Spill The Wine, RJ Haas Band, & Rich Kubec.
Scott Cooper Duo: Thursday March 24th @ 7pm
Multi-instrumentalist Scott Cooper is a veteran of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene. Though best known for playing rhythm guitar in the popular Grateful Dead tribute the China Cats, Scott is has his hands in multiple projects simultaneously. His own band Scotty & the Barrelmakers showcases his songwriting in a jam band setting. Scott's solo debut "A Leg Trick" (2012) reached #5 on the jam band radio charts, despite no label or publicity support. He has been playing bass with Bay Area jam band the Gary Gates Band for over decade and plays on Gary's heralded CD "San Gregorio General Store" produced by John Nowland (Neil Young, Jewel). Scott’s other current projects include bluegrass combo The Intangibillies, as well as performing solo and duo gigs. An in-demand sideman, Scott has also worked with the Banana Slug String Band, Stu Allen, Jim Lewin, as well as members of the Doobie Brothers, Jefferson Starship, David Grisman Quintet. Scott has performed with Donna Godchaux (former singer for the Grateful Dead) and Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band).
Spill The Wine: Friday March 25th @ 7pm
Party, Dance, Soul, Rock, Funk, R&B | The San Francisco Bay Area's favorite party band!
RJ Haas Band: Saturday March 26th @ 7pm
Coming out of the Bay Area, RJAE HAAS BAND is among the fastest rising Latin/Blues/Classic Rock bands in California today. Armed with genuine talent and a strong passion for great music and entertainment, five outstanding musicians came together to provide top-notch entertainment to folks in San Jose, the Bay Area, and other parts of California. The band is composed of Lead Guitar and Vocals RJae Haas who originally founded the band in 2008, Keyboard player Misael Flores, Drummer Devin Lesneski, and female vocalist Juzelie Gomez. Performing with three different genre's and a huge repertoire of songs this band is sure to deliver
Rich Kubec: Sunday March 27th @ 1pm
Rich began playing guitar and singing in middle school. He began writing and performing around the same time and continued in college, playing in a popular local band. He decided to make the move to LA and try to do what he always wanted to do; write, record, and perform his music. During his four years there he wrote two albums of material and became proficient at recording and producing. Upon moving back to his hometown, San Jose, he joined numerous bands and began playing out as a solo-artist. He currently gigs three to five times a week at wineries, bars, breweries, restaurants, private parties, weddings, and corporate and other events.