Fri Aug 9 2019

6:30 PM (Doors 5:00 PM)

Blue Note Napa

1030 Main Street Napa, CA 94559

Ages 8+

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Meet & Greet Experience Available!  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO THE SHOW.  M&G is sold separately. $100/person. Meet and Photo opportunity only. Does NOT include ticket for the show.
Meet & Greet is at 4:30 for early show and 8:45 pm for late show.

The Bacon Brothers, never content to be typecast, they’ve fiercely devoted themselves to the cause of making music, undeterred by fame, fortune or the pitfalls that frequently obstruct the path to success. Even from an early age (they cite such influences as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Motown, Led Zeppelin, Philly soul, and James Taylor, with mentions from Michael of Pete Seeger, Jimmy Rogers, Chet Atkins, and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, and additional kudos to Michael from Kevin for his input), the two siblings share a singular body of work that’s found them spending more than 20 years of working the road and paying their dues, resulting in seven albums -- spanning rock, soul, folk and Americana.

Ages 8+
BLUE NOTE NAPA is located on the 1st floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House at 1030 Main St. We are an intimate 144-seat Live Music club and Restaurant, where you can enjoy performances of world renowned and local Bay Area artists alike. We offer a full menu with an elegant wine and cocktail list. Enjoy fantastic main courses, sharing plates, and desserts while you take in a show.

  • All ticket prices are based on per person.
  • Dinner is served in all sections.
  • Your ticket is your dining reservation.
  • Every Ticket does get a seat in area purchased.
  • Our Seating Policy is  First Come, First Seated, not Reserved.
  • We recommend arriving before or close to door time
  • We do not have a standing room only section
  • Pairs are sat across from each other, not next to each other.
  • No Refunds. No professional cameras or outside food and drink.
  • Ear Plugs are available for free at the Box Office
  • Any special needs or accommodation requests, please call our Box Office.
  • A portion of all ticket fees goes to the historic preservation of the  Opera House.
  • Tickets are the same price whether purchased in person, over the phone or online


“Sapphire” Booth Seating: Booth seating for parties of 4, 5- 6 persons
Our premier level of seating! Booths are only sold as four, five or six and are not available as singles or pairs. You will be seated when you arrive. (Seating is dark blue color on map)

“Royal Blue” Center Table Seating: Seating in premier center table areas in front of stage: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Seating is light blue on map)

Standard Side Table Seating: Seating in side table areas left and right of center section: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Seating is yellow on map)

Bar Area Ticket Seating (only patrons 21+ or with 21+ may sit at bar):

Great View!! Bar Chairs are tall with backs and comfy padded seats. Purse hooks too. (Bar area is pink on map).

1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559

Box Office: 707.880.2300 Tues-Sat,2:30-9:30 pm

Blue Note Napa Presents
The Bacon Brothers: The Shaky Ground Tour

  • On sale soon
  • Fri Apr 19 2019
  • 10:00AM PDT
  • The Bacon Brothers

    The Bacon Brothers

    Pop Rock

    Most people would agree that there’s nothing stronger, more durable and occasionally, even more volatile, than the bond between brothers. And when that bond includes the common goal of making music, the results often offer reason for an audience to sit up and take notice. There have been any number of examples in music’s modern era -- the Everly Brothers, the Beach Boys, the Kinks and Oasis to name but a few. Not that it’s easy or even agreeable, but there is common cause, and that’s generally enough to ensure there’s passion and purpose in its creation.
    Just ask the Bacon Brothers. Fiercely devoted to making music, even from an early age (they cite such influences as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Motown, Led Zeppelin, Philly soul, and James Taylor, with mentions from Michael of Pete Seeger, Jimmy Rogers, Chet Atkins, and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, and additional kudos to Michael from Kevin for his input), the two siblings share a singular body of work that’s found them spending more than 20 years of working the road and paying their dues, resulting in nine albums – Forosoco (1997), Getting There (1999), Can’t Complain (2001), Live: The No Food Jokes Tour (2003), White Knuckles (2005), New Year’s Day (2009), Philadelphia Road (2011) 36 Cents (2014), and the eponymous, The Bacon Brothers (2018)-- spanning rock, soul, folk and Americana. Never content to be typecast, they’re fiercely devoted to the cause of making music, undeterred by fame, fortune or the pitfalls that frequently obstruct the path to success.
    It’s not that either brother lacks the means to steal the spotlight. Kevin Bacon is an award-winning actor with 80 films and dozens of television and stage credits to his name, resulting in numerous Emmy and Screen Actors Guild nominations cited in his resume. Older brother Michael initially began making music in their native Philadelphia before moving to Nashville where his songwriting career blossomed by leaps and bounds. An Emmy-winning composer, he most recently scored the documentary "That Way Madness Lies" currently on the festival circuit. Other recent works include the audiobook: "You Don't Look Your Age...And Other Fairytales" and the HBO documentary "RX: Early Detection with Sandra Lee” which premiered at Sundance last year.
    Still, while it’s clear that Michael and Kevin don’t view the band as simply a sideline, their commitment is clear. Indeed, the high points have been many. Kevin points to an opening slot for The Band at Carnegie Hall, surveying the Texas landscape in the midst of a lightning storm, rocking the Stone Pony on the Jersey Shore and Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa. For Michael, it’s been all about touring in Germany and Japan, and the fascination he feels performing for overseas audiences.
    So while casual observers may be awed by their Hollywood credentials, critics have been quick to note that the brothers - Michael on vocals, guitar and cello and Kevin on vocals, guitar and percussion -- along with the band that’s been with them since the beginning -- Paul Guzzone (bass, backing vocals), Joe Mennonna (keyboards, accordion), Tim Quick (lead guitar, mandolin and backing vocals) and Frank Vilardi (drums) -- eschew any hint of glitz and glamour in favor of an ethic gleaned from the hard lessons come as a result of determination and drive.
     
Blue Note Napa Presents

The Bacon Brothers: The Shaky Ground Tour

Fri Aug 9 2019 6:30 PM

(Doors 5:00 PM)

Blue Note Napa Napa CA
The Bacon Brothers: The Shaky Ground Tour
  • On sale soon
  • Fri Apr 19 2019
  • 10:00AM PDT

Ages 8+

Meet & Greet Experience Available!  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO THE SHOW.  M&G is sold separately. $100/person. Meet and Photo opportunity only. Does NOT include ticket for the show.
Meet & Greet is at 4:30 for early show and 8:45 pm for late show.

The Bacon Brothers, never content to be typecast, they’ve fiercely devoted themselves to the cause of making music, undeterred by fame, fortune or the pitfalls that frequently obstruct the path to success. Even from an early age (they cite such influences as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Motown, Led Zeppelin, Philly soul, and James Taylor, with mentions from Michael of Pete Seeger, Jimmy Rogers, Chet Atkins, and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, and additional kudos to Michael from Kevin for his input), the two siblings share a singular body of work that’s found them spending more than 20 years of working the road and paying their dues, resulting in seven albums -- spanning rock, soul, folk and Americana.

Ages 8+
BLUE NOTE NAPA is located on the 1st floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House at 1030 Main St. We are an intimate 144-seat Live Music club and Restaurant, where you can enjoy performances of world renowned and local Bay Area artists alike. We offer a full menu with an elegant wine and cocktail list. Enjoy fantastic main courses, sharing plates, and desserts while you take in a show.

  • All ticket prices are based on per person.
  • Dinner is served in all sections.
  • Your ticket is your dining reservation.
  • Every Ticket does get a seat in area purchased.
  • Our Seating Policy is  First Come, First Seated, not Reserved.
  • We recommend arriving before or close to door time
  • We do not have a standing room only section
  • Pairs are sat across from each other, not next to each other.
  • No Refunds. No professional cameras or outside food and drink.
  • Ear Plugs are available for free at the Box Office
  • Any special needs or accommodation requests, please call our Box Office.
  • A portion of all ticket fees goes to the historic preservation of the  Opera House.
  • Tickets are the same price whether purchased in person, over the phone or online


“Sapphire” Booth Seating: Booth seating for parties of 4, 5- 6 persons
Our premier level of seating! Booths are only sold as four, five or six and are not available as singles or pairs. You will be seated when you arrive. (Seating is dark blue color on map)

“Royal Blue” Center Table Seating: Seating in premier center table areas in front of stage: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Seating is light blue on map)

Standard Side Table Seating: Seating in side table areas left and right of center section: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Seating is yellow on map)

Bar Area Ticket Seating (only patrons 21+ or with 21+ may sit at bar):

Great View!! Bar Chairs are tall with backs and comfy padded seats. Purse hooks too. (Bar area is pink on map).

1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559

Box Office: 707.880.2300 Tues-Sat,2:30-9:30 pm

The Bacon Brothers

The Bacon Brothers

Pop Rock

Most people would agree that there’s nothing stronger, more durable and occasionally, even more volatile, than the bond between brothers. And when that bond includes the common goal of making music, the results often offer reason for an audience to sit up and take notice. There have been any number of examples in music’s modern era -- the Everly Brothers, the Beach Boys, the Kinks and Oasis to name but a few. Not that it’s easy or even agreeable, but there is common cause, and that’s generally enough to ensure there’s passion and purpose in its creation.
Just ask the Bacon Brothers. Fiercely devoted to making music, even from an early age (they cite such influences as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Motown, Led Zeppelin, Philly soul, and James Taylor, with mentions from Michael of Pete Seeger, Jimmy Rogers, Chet Atkins, and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, and additional kudos to Michael from Kevin for his input), the two siblings share a singular body of work that’s found them spending more than 20 years of working the road and paying their dues, resulting in nine albums – Forosoco (1997), Getting There (1999), Can’t Complain (2001), Live: The No Food Jokes Tour (2003), White Knuckles (2005), New Year’s Day (2009), Philadelphia Road (2011) 36 Cents (2014), and the eponymous, The Bacon Brothers (2018)-- spanning rock, soul, folk and Americana. Never content to be typecast, they’re fiercely devoted to the cause of making music, undeterred by fame, fortune or the pitfalls that frequently obstruct the path to success.
It’s not that either brother lacks the means to steal the spotlight. Kevin Bacon is an award-winning actor with 80 films and dozens of television and stage credits to his name, resulting in numerous Emmy and Screen Actors Guild nominations cited in his resume. Older brother Michael initially began making music in their native Philadelphia before moving to Nashville where his songwriting career blossomed by leaps and bounds. An Emmy-winning composer, he most recently scored the documentary "That Way Madness Lies" currently on the festival circuit. Other recent works include the audiobook: "You Don't Look Your Age...And Other Fairytales" and the HBO documentary "RX: Early Detection with Sandra Lee” which premiered at Sundance last year.
Still, while it’s clear that Michael and Kevin don’t view the band as simply a sideline, their commitment is clear. Indeed, the high points have been many. Kevin points to an opening slot for The Band at Carnegie Hall, surveying the Texas landscape in the midst of a lightning storm, rocking the Stone Pony on the Jersey Shore and Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa. For Michael, it’s been all about touring in Germany and Japan, and the fascination he feels performing for overseas audiences.
So while casual observers may be awed by their Hollywood credentials, critics have been quick to note that the brothers - Michael on vocals, guitar and cello and Kevin on vocals, guitar and percussion -- along with the band that’s been with them since the beginning -- Paul Guzzone (bass, backing vocals), Joe Mennonna (keyboards, accordion), Tim Quick (lead guitar, mandolin and backing vocals) and Frank Vilardi (drums) -- eschew any hint of glitz and glamour in favor of an ethic gleaned from the hard lessons come as a result of determination and drive.