Broken Shades

Thursday, 2/8, 5-7pm

Richie Cowan, Jewl Sandoval, and Terry Shields have played blues together for years. Richie Cowan is a mean guitar picker and vocalist. He’s been supplying his soulful and bluesy lead and slide guitar to various bands he’s played with over the years here in Santa Cruz.

Charged Particles

Thursday, 2/15, 5-7pm

Bay Area-based Charged Particles features pianist Greg Sankovich, bassist Fred Randolph, and drummer Jon Krosnick, and is celebrating their 32nd year of playing funky Latin jazz. The trio is just back from their fourth tour of the UK, this time with superstar trumpeter Randy Brecker and Bay Area saxophonist Tod Dickow, playing the acoustic jazz compositions of the late, great saxophonist Michael Brecker.

Poi Rogers

Thursday, 2/22, 5-7pm

Somewhere in-between the tropical lounges of 1930s Los Angeles and the honky tonk beer joints of rural 1950s California, you’ll find Poi Rogers. Hailing from Santa Cruz, CA, the duo performs original and vintage country & western swing, Hawaiian steel guitar ballads and cowboy tunes

Scott Cooper Trio

Thursday, 2/29, 5-7pm

Scott Cooper and Fred Rodriguez play a mix of Beatles, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, originals and more. Both guitarists play in the popular Santa Cruz band Rosebud, and Cooper also plays with the China Cats. Cooper’s original music can be heard regularly on Bay Area radio and his debut CD reached #5 nationally.

Simon Santiago

Thursday, 3/7, 5-7pm

Simon Santiago has been performing professionally and teaching private lesson for guitar, piano, bass, and ukulele for over 25 years.  He is the lead guitarist for The Silicon Valley Houserockers and lead vocalist/guitarist for The Breaux Show.  He also performs solo for private functions and corporate events.

Tom Duarte

Thursday, 3/14, 5-7pm

Tom Duarte is a multi-style guitarist who leans heavily in the Latin direction but has performed in almost every genre imaginable. Also playing electric guitar, he toured extensively with Jerry Garcia keyboardist Merl Saunders, sharing the stage with the likes of Ray Charles, B.B King, Bonnie Raitt, Los Lobos and Tower of Power vocalist Lenny William.

Dolce Musica

Thursday, 3/21, 5-7pm

Dolce Musica is a trio that performs a great variety of material with joy and passion. From seminal artists like Dylan to “old school” R&B and original material, the song selection pleases audiences wherever they play. The trio combines the expert guitar styling of Don Bill and smooth flugelhorn and bass accompaniment of Chris Vasquez.

Lavender Fields

Thursday, 3/28, 5-7pm

A little Pop and Soul. A bit Country and Rock. A touch of Folk and R&B. Lavender Fields Band brings music that is pleasing to the ear and soothing to the soul. Lavender Fields Band was born out of a desire to celebrate love and life. Bay Area vocalist Steve Haddad & guitarist Cory Gowan create music that cultivates emotional dynamics and soulful rhythms.

Elie Mabanza

Thursday, 4/4, 5-7pm

The music of Elie Mabanza originates from his roots in Congo Brazzaville, Africa. It is largely influenced by his love of rhythm and harmony, as well as a need to tell his stories through song. Elie sings stories of his life in Africa, as well as the universal truths of human existence. Many are sung in the Lari and Lingala languages of Congo, as well as French and English.

Paul Kent

Thursday, 4/11, 5-7pm

In his acoustic shows, Paul plays heartfelt classic rock, country, pop and folk favorites – with occasional surprises of acoustic takes on new music – that provide audiences with reflections from great American artists across genres and eras.

Lisa Marie Johnston

Thursday, 4/18, 5-7pm

Lisa Marie Johnston, is a singer/songwriter from Oakland, Ca. She blends country, americana, and blues into a unique style she calls “Stomp and Groove.” LMJ represents a new breed of independent artists as a fully self managed, self funded recording artist and self published songwriter.

Dr. Steelgood

Thursday, 4/25, 5-7pm

A longtime favorite at Testarossa Winery, Dr. Steelgood brings the smooth, uplifting sounds of the steelpan (steeldrums) to Winebar 107. Keep your ears open, as you may recognize occasional covers of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and other pop artists interpreted on the steelpans. Not to be missed!

  • Open Thursday – Friday 4pm – 8pm, Saturday – Sunday 1pm – 8 pm.
  • This area is not a wine tasting area and is only dedicated to food, bottles, and glasses of wine.
  • No outside alcohol and food are permitted.
  • Requests to sit near another group or at a specific table will try to be accommodated but are not guaranteed.

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