The first Sugar Pine Music Festival took place Oct. 19-22 at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, California.
Sugar Pine Music Festival returns to the Nevada County Fairgrounds Oct. 19-22 in Grass Valley, Calif.
The bluegrass Grammy-winning artist performed at the new Tahoe Blue Event Center.
There will be a CD release party at the Brewery Art Center’s Performance Hall at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23.
The trumpet player brings with him a skilled band to back him up as he shows off the modern New Orleans style.
The Celtic Rock band is known for blending Irish reels, Scottish ballads, Norwegian influences and other world music.
Coming from the heart of Creole country, Taylor has fused the flavors of his home with other genres to create a unique style of zydeco music.
The all-female band is known for its multicultural take on music that reflects the melting pot of its home in Los Angeles.
Mato Nanji fronts the band and he is known for his guitar style influenced by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana.
The Reno band takes the stage as part of the Brewery Art Center’s Levitt AMP Concert Series on Saturday.
The Plumas Sierra Fairgrounds were filled with colorful people and decorated camps and almost around-the-clock music.
The Gambler’s Run Music Festival begins Friday, July 14 and runs through Sunday, July 16.
Noah Vonne creates her original sound by blending rock, soul, blues and pop, but also focuses on her songwriting.
MarchFourth with opening band Spencer Kilpatrick & The Sand Gators will be at Brewery Art Center on Saturday.
The festival at the Plumas County Fairgrounds includes more than 50 bands playing over more than four stages.
The band, formed in Shanghai, China, and based in the Bay Area, visits Carson City on Saturday.
This will be the East Los Angeles band’s first time performing in Carson City.
The Backcountry music festival opened the Corley Ranch and the Carson Valley to many new people.
The weekend had 27 bands play over three days on three stages at the historic Corley Ranch.
More than 25 bands with Americana and country roots will perform with the Eastern Sierra backdrop and plenty of barbecue.
Ten concerts are scheduled for every Saturday from June 17-Aug. 19 in Carson City.
The Tap Shack on Rice Street has 13 events planned through Oct. 27.
A blizzard came in to close the festival while Trampled by Turtles played through the wind and flurries.
The music festival rooted in bluegrass and Americana brings a diverse lineup to the Sierra Nevada.
The modern rendition of the band brings the same jazzy, big band sound the original was known for.
The Carson City musician is known for his repertoire of songs. “Music is my heart, it’s where it’s always been."
The album shows Barnett’s songwriting capabilities as song after song tells a story.
The singer/songwriter said she has no plan to slow down.
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The spirit of Halloween will be in full force this weekend in Grass Valley with Hangtown Music Festival.
Michael Doucet and Tom Rigney will perform at the Nashville Social Club.
Carson Ridge Disc Golf and Interpretive Trails Park is ready to host its first big event.
Carson City is ending the Levitt AMP concert series on a classy note when High Step Society comes to town.
The five-piece band from Atlanta known for their retro soul music plays at the Levitt AMP Concert Series in Carson City on Saturday.
Danielle Nicole Schnebelen, nominated for the Grammy for Contemporary Blues Album in 2019, plays the Levitt AMP Concert Series on Saturday.
Bad Mother Nature comes to Carson City on Saturday for the Levitt AMP Concert Series.
The Vindys, from Youngstown, Ohio, are set to play the Levitt AMP show on Saturday at the Brewery Arts Center.
Tropa Magica brings psychedelic cumbia punk to Carson City on Saturday. The band evolved from Thee Commons, who came to the Levitt AMP series in 2017.
Execs of the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation visited Carson City on July 9 to meet Brewery Arts Center staff and see the Young Dubliners show.
Whitney Myer burst onto the scene 10 years ago when she performed Alicia Keys’ “No One” in front of Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton.
The Young Dubliners, playing Saturday in the Levitt AMP series, want to be the best band you see this summer.
This Saturday the Brewery Arts Center brings in two-time Grammy-nominated artist Rocky Dawuni for the Levitt AMP Concert Series.
1,000s of music fans will descend to the Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy for four nights of tunes, camping and more starting Thursday.
SambaDá brings some South American culture to Carson City as the first headliner of the Levitt AMP Concert Series on June 25.
The Beatles Flashback will be bringing the hits from one of music’s most iconic bands to Carson City for the Taste of Downtown.
The Carson Valley musician hopes to jump into a summer of big shows after putting out his first album “Battleborn” in April.
The steep grade of this trail gives it a more difficult rating, so make sure you know what you’re capable of before doing too much elevation.
The front of the store looks like an ordinary shop, but the back is lively with music when it hosts Open Mic Night every Friday and other shows.