Line-Up

Main Stage

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Jay Allen 

A small town Iowa native, Jay Allen, made his move to Nashville in 2013 and very quickly gained attention from the country music industry. He signed his first publishing deal in2014, and then teamed with Sony/ATV in 2016.

In 2017, Jay was honored as “The Highway Find” on Sirius XM with his song “SoundsGood To Me”.In 2018, Jay wrote a song for his mother who recently passed away from Alzheimer’s atonly age 54, titled “Blank Stares”. A video of him performing the song live went viral withover 300 million views on Facebook, and has been featured on ABC World News,People TV, People Magazine, Pickler & Ben, Forbes, and Taste of Country amongothers. Jay has sincehelped raise $35 million to fight the disease and continues toperform at charity events across the country for the Alzheimer’s Association. 

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Presley & Taylor

Far from an overnight success, Presley & Taylor have honed their craft since their early teenage years, along the way performing a sold out show with Pam Tillis at the Grand Ole Opry, hitting sanctioned CMA Fest stages several years in a row, and opening for the likes of Martina McBride, Jimmie Allen and many more.

Their personalities and styles effortlessly complement each other. Presley has a cool, sexy style that’s reflected in her attitude on and off stage, while Taylor brings out the classy, bold taste that isn’t afraid to take risks. Together, they hit the mark of what’s trendy while staying true to themselves. Click here for more!

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Buck Ford

Buck is a local legend from the Colusa area, but has toured the US sharing his unique deep voice and original songs with fans all over. Listeners often swear that he's channeling a modern version of George Strait!  

Signed in Nashville with a new album coming out- Click here to get a preview!

Bluegrass Bar Stage

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Pleasant Valley Boys

Pickers of traditional-styled blue grass music are always paying tribute to their musical heroes. Whether it’s “here’s a lick I learned from so and so”, or just that they stay “within the rules”. Matt & George have tried to take this idea just a step further, in order to make this recording special. They have chosen songs learned from their (mostly early, local) blue grass heroes. It is, after all, the band’s 10th anniversary. With all original members, at that!

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Jimbo Trout &
the Fishpeople

JT&FP are the essence of the “bluegrassish sound”—a good-time gumbo of bluegrass, old-time, ragtime, blues, western-swing, rockabilly, honky-tonk, jug band, jazz, swing, Cowboy, rock+roll, New Orleans, and more. But they are not a band that would let tradition stand in the way of a good time. They are a fun, high-energy, danceable group if ever there was one!

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Stoney Mountain Ramblers

Pickin' their way from the Sonoma/Mendocino region, Stoney Mountain Ramblers are a hell of a good time and you'll find them entertaining in the Bluegrass Bar!

Riverfront Stage

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Dust in My Coffee

Hailing from the Northern California region, Dust in My Coffee brings that authentic Country sound with youthful vibe. They'll be playing at the Riverfront Stage, or listen to them now by clicking here

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Desert Moon 

Desert Moon is native to the Stockton region and regularly plays in the NorCal region delighting dancers and playing everyone's favorites to sing along to! You can find them on the Riverfront Stage near the venue entrance.