Miracle bread 5
Catch Wonderbread 5 at the Mystic Theater in Petaluma on September 16. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. and doors open at 8:30 p.m. With a special tribute to Olivia Newton John, Wonderbread 5 honors the one many have loved over the years. Featuring special guest Callie Watts, the $32 show at 23 Petaluma Blvd N. is sure to please. Wear your best 50s clothes and get ready for a Grease party.
From the small Ukrainian village of Stratolonia, along the coast of Marshallburg, emerge the Aesop brothers. The group includes twin brothers Jorge and Josef Aesop, as well as their cousins Yosh Yepovich and BucKduo. From Ukrainian potato farmers to hard rockers, the Aesop Brothers deliver unique and shocking music to their audience. Catch them September 16 at the Big Easy from 7-10 p.m. The free show is at 128 American Alley, call (707) 776-7163 with questions.
The Rivertown Trio has been playing music throughout the Bay Area since 2014, wowing audiences with their unique take on country rock and well-chosen American melodies with stunning three-part harmonies. They are an exquisite example of how fate, chemistry and veteran musicianship can come together. Friday, September 9, 5:30-8 p.m. Grab dinner and drinks and soak up the music at 224 B St. in Petaluma. Dial (707) 347-5147.
Catch the Grateful Dead tribute band, Dead Roses, on September 17 at the Brewsters Beer Garden in Petaluma. 5-8 p.m. at 229 Water St. in Petaluma. The band brings a soulful approach to the legacy of Grateful Dead music. The band includes Preston Barnes on drums, Tim Baker on bass, Nate Beltz on rhythm guitar, James Miller on keyboards and Todd Bugbee on lead guitar. Don’t miss a night of all-time favorite songs.
Group of friends
Come to the Brewsters Beer Garden in Petaluma to see the Band of Friends. A band with multiple influences that define their unique style. From old classic country to blues, R&B, rock ‘n roll, British Invasion, Tex-Mex and even originals, this band does a bit of everything. Each band member is a vocalist; come have fun! September 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. at 229 Water St. in Petaluma.