Events

April 2015
We are pleased to offer 4 set dates/times for our club members to use their Winemaker Dinner club benefit. Seating is limited and is available on a first come basis by contacting Dewey @ 209.418.5040 or email Dewey@BellaGraceVineyards.com.

Sunday, April 12th @ 12:00pm

May 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Legal Addiction
Friday, May 1; 2015, 6-9pm
Legal Addiction is led by singer/bassist Rod Marlin, who grew up playing rock n' roll & bluegrass, honing his guitar skills and developing his soulful voice. He teams up with drummer Randy Riche, Nina Shaull on saxophone and flute, and guitarist Dave Gateley. Legal Addiction is a talented cover band which, after hearing them, makes you want to go back home and listen to all of those classic songs again...and again..and again. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Food offerings this week include BLT Pizzetta & side salad - $8.00; Vegetarian Plate with Flatbread - $8.00; Chicken Ceaser Wrap with side salad - $11; Chicken Parmesan over Rigatoni with side salad - $11. As food quantities are limited, your preorder is welcome by calling us at 209.267.8053. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Herb Boxhorn, guitarist and vocalist, brings his own unique styles combining his background of folk, blues, finger-picking, Jazz and Latin into an eclectic mix truly his own. Performing regionally for over 30 years, Herb puts his signature on many Jazz standards and contemporary tunes. Enriching the sounds of this duo is saxophonist, Klaudia Promessi. Klaudia has toured and performed in Bay Area bands playing Latin Jazz, R and B, Soul and original music. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $10 for the music. Food offerings will be available for $10. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
An exciting trio just rolled into town, bringing a timeless blend of pop classics, and swinging standards that have audiences on their feet! Wanted up and down Northern California, The Shiloh and Mirian Trio has been seen singing Elvis, Louie Prima, the Beatles and even taking requests. Onlookers have appeared giddy, with many singing along with favorites they “haven’t heard in years.” Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Savor Amador 2015
May 16, 2015; 6-9pm
The Sutter Creek Elementary PTO will be hosting a fundraiser at BellaGrace's tasting room in Sutter Creek to benefit the school's art, music and other programs. Featuring farm to table tapas, wine tasting, live music, door prize, silent auction & raffle.
Music @ 73 Main - Over the Edge
Friday, May 22, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
A great way to begin the Memorial Day Weekend with Over the Edge. OTE is the dynamic trio of Dave Holob on electric violin and vocals, Adam Gottstein, guitar and vocals and Joe Bellamy on bass. Based in the western slope foothills of Amador County, east of Sacramento, they feature mostly original music with a strong emphasis on Latin-based rhythms while not ignoring our jazz, blues, rockabilly and traditional roots. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Darcel
May 29, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
Darcel's first love (musically) is the blues, but she has found it impossible to pigeonhole herself into just one style. Basically, it comes down to whether a song does it for her, and when she bring an original spin to it, her audience is entertained. Some of the songs are originals that Darcel's husband Pat and she wrote. Others are songs written by others that Darcel has found on her musical journey. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
June 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Aaron Gayden Band
Friday, June 5, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
The Aaron Gayden Band includes some of Sacramento’s best musicians who share a desire to play new music inspired by the sounds of Santana, and funk bands of the 70’s. The band features guitar, bass, vocals, keys, drums and percussion. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Midtown Jazz
Friday, June 12; 2015, 6-9pm
“Midtown Jazz” is a band-trio consisting of a saxophonist, guitarist (or keyboardist) and drummer. Some of the regular members include: accomplished guitarist Narci Gonzalez, Sacramento’s finest keyboard player Jim Wendt and dynamic drummers Alex Bessonov, Louie Jiminez, and Tony Galioto. Just three of us together pack quite a punch– playing a smooth mix of jazz, R&B, soft rock, and some Latin music. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Sanskrit for the Interconnections of All Things - Sambandha's sound will transport you to lands near and far, playing original tunes as well as tunes over 2000 years old. Acoustic or amplified, they specialize in music spanning the globe, including such diverse genres as Latin, Middle Eastern, Klezmer, African, European and Celtic. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Over the Edge
June 26, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
Over the Edge (voted "Best Band Amador County 2014" .. for the second year in a row) is the dynamic trio of Dave Holob on electric violin and vocals, Adam Gottstein, guitar and vocals and Joe Bellamy on bass. Based in the western slope foothills of Amador County, east of Sacramento, featuring mostly original music with a strong emphasis on Latin-based rhythms while not ignoring our jazz, blues, rockabilly and traditional roots. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
July 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Mariachi Mi Tierra
Friday, July 3; 2015, 6-8:15pm
Mariachi Mi Tierra was formed in 2001, and their mariachi music represents an important tradition of Mexico. Mexican mariachi music is made to move you. It is direct, driving, and designed to instill emotion. Happy, sad, proud, angry, desolate, romance-stricken, and rebellious are some of the moods inspired by its extroverted singers, suave harmonies, and romping rhythms. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - The Bad Catz Band
Friday, July 10, 2015, 6-9pm
The Bad Catz are an established Rockin’ Rhythm and Blues band from the Greater Sacramento area. The band features a wide variety of Rock, Rhythm and Blues music. The sound is upbeat, energetic and very danceable. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Jesse Hendricks has played music for over 20 years, and is a self-taught master of the Spanish guitar. Jesse writes on his website ... "I have always loved the sound of the nylon string guitar accompanied by the sounds of the flamenco music. There are several influential artists who have inspired me to study this fine music, including Jesse Cook, Ottmar Liebert, Govi, Strunz & Farah, Shanin & Shepir, Lara & Reyes and Gypsy Kings. Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets and enjoy a fun-filled evening of music. CCover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Peekablue
July 31, 6pm - 9pm
Peekablue is a soulful quartet that has gotten audiences moving in and around Sacramento. We're a fun, quirky foursome rocking americana, blues, boogie woogie with featuring different instrumentations like the ukulele, melodical, and a stand up bass. Known for revamping standards from Gershwin to modern acts such as Ben Harper, the Steeldrivers and J.J. Grey, Peekablue is quickly becoming a local favorite among audiences looking for a good time! Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
August 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Wicked Sisters in Concert
Friday, August 7, 2015; 6 - 9 pm
73 Main is hosting the Wicked Sisters Friday, August 7th from 6-9pm. Wicked Sisters - Kevin Wever, Anne Jeffries, Lynn Vasquez and Ken Custodio - are all Amador County teachers who share a kindred spirit in music. They play acoustic rock, folk, country and blues with sweet three-part harmonies. The Sisters play both originals and covers by the likes of KT Tunstall, Jem, Little Big Town and Sheryl Crow. Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets and enjoy a fun-filled evening of music. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Charged Particles
Friday, August 14, 2015, 6-9pm
Charged Particles' repertoire blends jazz styles with elements from Latin music, classical music, funk, and more. The group's original compositions are mixtures of elaborate orchestration and opportunities for creative improvised solos. And they bring a similar approach to playing arrangements of tunes by other jazz artists and traditional jazz standards, including favorites by Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Richard Rogers, and other composers of America's most popular songs from decades ago, each played with a new twist. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Dave Stamey
Friday, August 21, 2015, 6pm - 8:30pm
Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has been voted three times Entertainer of the Year, three times Male Performer of the Year and twice Songwriter of the Year by the Western Music Association, and received the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. He’s delighted audiences in twenty states, and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $25 in advance includes music ($20 for wine club members). Food offerings will be available from $10-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Over the Edge
Friday, August 28, 2015, 6-9pm
Over the Edge (Voted 'Best Band Amador County 2014" .. for seond year in a row) is the dynamic trio of Dave Holob on electric violin and vocals, Adam Gottstein, guitar and vocals and Joe Bellamy on bass. Based in the western slope foothills of Amador County, east of Sacramento, they feature mostly original music with a strong emphasis on Latin-based rhythms while not ignoring our jazz, blues, rockabilly and traditional roots. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
September 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Mariachi Mi Tierra
Friday, September 4; 2015, 6-9pm
Mariachi Mi Tierra was formed in 2001, and represents an important tradition of Mexico. Mexican mariachi music is made to move you. It is direct, driving, and designed to instill emotion. Happy, sad, proud, angry, desolate, romance-stricken, and rebellious are some of the moods inspired by its extroverted singers, suave harmonies, and romping rhythms. Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15 Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Midtown Jazz
Friday, September 11; 2015, 6-9pm
“Midtown Jazz” is a band-trio consisting of a saxophonist, guitarist (or keyboardist) and drummer. Some of the regular members include: accomplished guitarist Narci Gonzalez, Sacramento’s finest keyboard player Jim Wendt and dynamic drummers Alex Bessonov, Louie Jiminez, and Tony Galioto. Just three of us together pack quite a punch– playing a smooth mix of jazz, R&B, soft rock, and some Latin music. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Darcel
September 18, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
Darcel's first love (musically) is the blues, but she has found it impossible to pigeonhole herself into just one style. Basically, it comes down to whether a song does it for her, and when she bring an original spin to it, her audience is entertained. Some of the songs are originals that Darcel's husband Pat and she wrote. Others are songs written by others that Darcel has found on her musical journey. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
Music @ 73 Main - Legal Addiction
Friday, September 25; 2015, 6-9pm
Legal Addiction is led by singer/bassist Rod Marlin, who grew up playing rock n' roll & bluegrass, honing his guitar skills and developing his soulful voice. He teams up with drummer Randy Riche, Nina Shaull on saxophone and flute, and guitarist Dave Gateley. Legal Addiction is a talented cover band which, after hearing them, makes you want to go back home and listen to all of those classic songs again...and again..and again. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.
October 2015
Music @ 73 Main - Over the Edge
Friday, October 2, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
Over the Edge (Voted 'Best Band Amador County 2014' .. for seond year in a row) is the dynamic trio of Dave Holob on electric violin and vocals, Adam Gottstein, guitar and vocals and Joe Bellamy on bass. Based in the western slope foothills of Amador County, east of Sacramento, they feature mostly original music with a strong emphasis on Latin-based rhythms while not ignoring our jazz, blues, rockabilly and traditional roots. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the evening (6-9pm). Cover price of $15 for the music ($10 for wine club members). Optional food offerings are available from $6-$15. Beer and wine by glass/bottle are available. Please no outside alcoholic beverages.