@ DRY CREEK KITCHEN 317 Healdsburg Avenue 7-10PM | Reservations Recommended 707.431.0330 | charliepalmer.com There must be something in wine country water that causes guitar prodigies to sprout. Julian Lage was the first. Now meet 18-year-old Kai Devitt-Lee, a Healdsburg-raised fret wonder who made his debut at the Healdsburg Jazz Festival last year. Now living in New York and studying at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Kai
@ BARNDIVA 231 Center Street Sponsors: JCB by Jean-Charles Boisset | Thomas Sparks Two shows 4pm & 7pm 707.431.0100 | www.barndiva.com Dedicated to the memory of David Dietz In a culture besotted with youth, some people haven’t figured out that musicians only improve with age. It’s not like sports, and in this, Freddy Cole’s life offers an object lesson. As a high-schooler in Chicago, Cole was a football star. But
Tasting Room | 113 Plaza Street 4-6pm 707.431.2222 seasonsofthevineyard.com Taste wine at Ferrari-Carano’s Seasons of the Vineyard, the jazz-friendly tasting room where the Benny Barth Trio will be spreading good vibes. Barth began playing in the bebop era and has worked in all the legendary San Francisco clubs of yore. Randy Vincent, guitar teacher to the stars, swings his ax, and local veteran Chris Amberger caresses the stand-up.
Mal Sharpe’s Big Money in Jazz Dixieland Band plus New Horizon Stompers led by Ned Walker with David Stare @ COSTEAUX BAKERY & CAFÉ 417 Healdsburg Avenue 7 PM | $25 includes light fare and dessert 707.433.1913 | costeaux.com Sorry, this event is sold out! Thanks for your support. Wine Sponsor: Dry Creek Vineyards Event Sponsors: Lee & David Stare, Dotty & Jim Walters, Julia & Bob Santos, Gay &
@ KRUG EVENT CENTER 1261 Grove Street(behind Dry Creek Inn) 7-9pm | $20 Sorry, this event is sold out! Thanks for your support. When it comes to laying down a groove, guitarist Calvin Keys is the undisputed master. He’s been entertaining Bay Area audiences consistently for decades with his Wes Montgomery-influenced hollow-body stylings, and at 68 he’s not slowing down. For Healdsburg this year, Keys will be bringing his Organ