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The Redwood Mountain Faire is an all-day, family event with music on two stages, arts, crafts and more. The purpose of the Faire is to bring people together in the beautiful San Lorenzo Valley to celebrate community, showcase arts and music, and raise funds for diverse local non-profits and service organizations. Utilizing over 350 volunteers annually, the event has no paid staff. All proceeds are focused back into the community. Since its revival in 2010, the Redwood Mountain Faire has raised over $139,000 for non-profit organizations throughout Santa Cruz County.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Ben Harper, John Butler Trio, Dumpstaphunk, G. Love & Special Sauce, Robert Randolph & the Family Band
Bio: Jelly Bread’s musical alchemy blends a dash of alt-rock with soul and funk, yet is thoroughly steeped in Rock-Americana. The band’s chameleonic playlist is highlighted by dual vocals, four part harmonies, in-the-pocket drum and bass grooves, swampy lap steel guitar, dirt under the fingernails gui...See Full Bio
“Jelly Bread is rising. The Reno quartet solidified its lineup last spring, recorded an album and donned dapper, three-piece suits for a CD-release party. “We wanted to make an impression,” bandleader Dave Berry said. “We wanted to show up to a gig looking like we had a job.” Jelly Bread has received plenty of job offers ever since, steadily performing at clubs and venues throughout the West. And today it adds an accolade to its résumé: Lake Tahoe Action 2012 Band of the Year. The band sounds like Tower of Power or Dumpstaphunk with a Southern drawl. It plays a combination of R&B, gospel, funk and pop with frolicsome instrumentation accouterments like a lap steel guitar and an organ talk box. Drummer Cliff Porter has a name for it: “feel-good music.” ”