Napa City Nights July 8th Concert

This week started with a literally bang with the Fourth of July and amazing concerts at the Napa Veteran’s Park and now it looks like this Friday Napa City Nights is upping the bar with:

Shelby Lanterman, Ordinary Sons & Jimmy Smith Band

Shelby Lanterman Shelby Lanterman Music 6:30pm

Shelby Lanterman is a singer-songwriter from Napa, CA. Practically from the day she was born, her father exposed her to all forms of rock & roll and other types of popular music, and she was quickly inspired to sing and play music herself.

After honing her skills throughout her youth, then 16 year old Shelby began to write and perform her own music. Her performance credits include Hollywood’s Roxy Theater, the Bottle Rock Festival, Sweetwater Music Hall, the Uptown Theater, Silo’s and many more. Most recently, she gained notoriety for her acclaimed Emerging Artist Series of shows hosted at City Winery, featuring several up and coming Bay Area musicians she personally selected. In addition, Shelby has had the opportunity to open for Bob Mould and Lisa Loeb, among many others.

www.shelbylantermanmusic.com
Ordinary SonsOrdinary Sons 7:15pm

A relatively new band on the Napa music scene they are a self professed Blues/Rock/Funk/Soul and good times band.  They have provided their energy at a number of local venues already and look to wow the crowd this Friday.

www.ordinarysons.com
Jimmy Smith BandJimmy Smith Band 8:30pm

Shortly after turning 5 years old, Jimmy met what would become his lifelong passion, the 88 keys of the piano. With little patience for lessons, he learned to play by listening to the radio. It was the ’50s and rock was stretching its legs along with Jimmy. With formal music at school and all manner of music at home, the garage was the stage in those days.

Bands with names like the Jaguars and the Viscounts fostered a love of performing. And then it happened— the Hammond organ rose up and it was love at first listen. There were many more bands and lots of different styles of music that followed.

Over the years, Jimmy’s keyboards have partnered with a diverse group of musicians and bands, including Doyle Bramhall III, Steve Kimock, Luther Tucker, Charlie Musslewhite, Nick Gravenites, Norton Buffalo, Larry Graham, Robert Palmer, Guitar Shorty, Little Jimmy Reed, Kenny Neal, Freddie Roulette, Sonny Rhodes, and Tia Carroll. Jimmy’s bands have opened for such greats as Bonnie Raitt, Tower of Power, Little Feat, and the Average White Band. Now, all those years of music combine to bring the Jimmy Smith Band to center stage.

www.jimmysmithband.com

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