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September Live Music

You know the electric feeling that wells up inside as soon as you hear the music playing? Yep, we love it, too. Soak up that vibe every Thursday (5 – 8 PM) and Sundays (11:30 AM – 2:30 PM) with some of the valley’s most beloved local, national and international performers.


9.01 — James Patrick Regan
James Patrick Regan is a vocalist and guitarist known for his solid chops, musicality and engaging, powerful performances. He is most recognizable as the leader and singer-guitarist for the Deadlies.

9.05 — Michelle Lambert
Hailing from the Bay Area, singer-songwriter Michelle Lambert began learning violin at age 2 and has continued making music ever since. A pop, folk pop and hip-hop artist whose career has taken her across the U.S. and abroad, she is influenced by her studies in Celtic music. Female empowerment is a recurring theme in her music.

9.08 & 9.29 — Nick Foxer
Born and raised in Sebastopol, pianist and vocalist Nick Foxer's career includes playing keyboards for The All-American Rejects and Selena Gomez and songwriting in Nashville.  He specializes in classic pop and rock songs spanning the last 5+ decades.

9.12 — Jacob Phillip Benning
A Sonoma County native, Jacob Phillip Benning has musical roots that stem from an eclectic background. Striving to honor these influences, he creates a recipe that appeals to the groovers and the shakers, the mindful musicians and the lyric lovers.

9.15 & 9.26 — Cincinnati Ambassadors
The Napa-based music trio plays an eclectic blend of blues and American roots music, spreading joy up and down the valley. Sky & Vine is proud to call them Thursday evening “regulars.”

9.19 & 9.22 — Smorgy
Napa native Jeffrey Fetters plays a smorgasbord of music — think country-western, classic and new rock, Motown, golden oldies and original tunes. He’s played across the U.S. and throughout Europe, the U.K., the Caribbean and Central America. His ’60s tribute band opened for such legendary acts as The Turtles and Paul Revere and the Raiders. Smorgy’s show promises to be a “fun sing-along time.”