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Court 'n' Disaster / Press

“Twin Oaks will offer music... at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 12, by the Court ‘n’ Disaster Band,... with no cover charge. The Twin Oaks Roadhouse in Penngrove, a Sonoma County tradition since 1924, is up and running under its new ownership. ...The tavern on Old Redwood Highway — now renamed a roadhouse — reopened quietly March 5 with a new maplewood dance floor, a new stage and new sound and lighting systems, said owner Dean Biersch. “We shored the place up to give it a future,” Biersch said. “We’ve improved the site. It was down for a bit, but now it’s back up.” In early December, it was... purchased by Dean Biersch, owner of three HopMonk Tavern venues and co-founder of Gordon Biersch Brewing Company. “The other thing we’ve done at Twin Oaks is adding craft beer,” Biersch said today. “That’s my background.” Twin Oaks was run by previous co-owner Sheila Groves-Tracey from 2013 until late last year, and she continues to book talent for the venue, Biersc”

“Friday Night Live at the Plaza, Cloverdale’s summer-long, free concert series has released the line-up of bands scheduled to appear every Friday from May 30 through Aug. 29, 2014. According to Mark Tharrington who books all the talent, there will be no Friday Night Live on July 4 because of the holiday. In addition, artists for the July 11 and Aug. 29 shows will not be announced until June. Tharrington says he has been trying to get some of these acts to Cloverdale for the last few years, but conflicting schedules and other things out of his control kept it from happening. “This year it just all came together,” he says, “and I couldn’t be more delighted.” May 30 CHUCK MEAD & HIS GRASSY KNOLL BOYS – Alternative Country Opening Act: Court ‘n’ Disaster Additional information about each show will be posted on the Cloverdale TOWNS site in advance of each performance. Produced by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, in partnership with the Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market, F”

“**** It’s a wrap! Court ‘n’ Disaster, the musical group billed as “just your ordinary courthouse band,” and featuring Cloverdale’s very own legal eagle, Jim DeMartini, has completed their first CD. “Guilty as Charged,” recorded at Prairie Sun Recording Studios in Petaluma, is due for release later this month. In the meantime, anyone wanting to purchase an advance copy can contact DeMartini’s law office at 894-5000.”

“Photos from the Red, White and Boom July 4th 2012 Event at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Photos of Court 'n' Disaster can be found in the Gallery!”

“There are a couple of sizzling new elements to this year’s Fourth of July fireworks show...at the county fairgrounds in Santa Rosa...One is that Sonoma County’s, Jim Bertoli, and his band – Court ‘n’ Disaster – will play the event, sharing the stage with Wonderbread 5 and the Pat Jordan Band...This will be the biggest gig yet for Court ‘n’ Disaster...Judge Bertoli said everybody in his band is so excited about the Independence Day gig, they’ve even practiced. “We’re just having a good time,” he said. ”We sure as heck aren’t going to retire on it.””

“Court 'n' Disaster will be performing at Doc Hollidays Saloon this Sunday! Court 'n' Disaster is a honky-tonk, Classic Country "courtroom" band that's either Courting Disaster or The Court In Disaster! This charity event, benefiting The Ceres Community Project, will include live country music, line dancing lessons and performers. Great food available for purchase and drink specials too! The Ceres Community Project gives teens experience growing and preparing healthy food, provides those facing cancer and other life-threatening illnesses with nourishing meals and educates the larger community about the connection between food, healing and wellness. Date: Sunday April 22, 2012 Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm Cost: $5 cover charge (100% to charity) Address: 138 Calistoga Road City: Santa Rosa State: California Zip: 95409 Phone number: (707) 537.0308 Web page: http://www.restaurantbarsantarosa.com/”

“We are very proud of our food, service and entertainment! It’s time to celebrate with some amazing live music and food & drink specials!” the Doc said on his Facebook page. Let’s just consider this the Grand Opening of a hellacious nightclub that’s increased its groove factor. 6 days of entertainment start on Tuesday 4/17... And Sunday 4/22 is a “Court ‘n’ Disaster” charity event with country music and line dancing starting at 7pm. And Doc’s will be unveiling a few new tidbits on the menu during the weeklong party.”

“They play honky-tonk music and, like other bands, have gigs, groupies and [are] number 6 on the local music country music charts. They perform at charitable events including the recent “Rock n Roll Detention,” the bar association picnic, 4-H events and take the occasional paid gig. Any fees received are evenly spit among the band members. Their busy lives translate to high name recognition. Court ‘n’ Disaster has real world groupies as well as Facebook fans. The name Court ‘n’ Disaster is broad enough to cover the two judges, two lawyers, court clerks, the wife of an attorney, a banker and anyone else who might be asked to join. The music may be the only thing that hasn’t changed with time. “We are focused on making some good music and having some fun. People say, ‘You really look like you’re having fun with it,’ and we are. It’s a great group of people to hang out with.” Court ‘n’ Disaster’s next confirmed appearance is July 4 at Santa Rosa’s “Red,”

“Rockin' out for a cause: A Rincon Valley rocker-dad and friends are taking to the stage this weekend all in the name of music education. Erickson, on Saturday, will unveil a live music event called “Rock and Roll Detention” that will raise money for the Rincon Valley Education Foundation Music Program. With The Coast Pilots, The Third Rail Band and Court ‘N’ Detention as headliners, the 21-and-over event will start at 7:30 p.m. at the Last Day Saloon, 120 Fifth St., and is for the 21-and-over crowd. The Rock and Roll Detention show starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4. Tickets are $20 at the Last Record Store and The Last Day Saloon box office, 120 5th Street. Information: LastDaySaloon.com and RVEF.org. Musicians and school music programs can reach Erickson at Info@TheCoastPilots.com.”

“The Rincon Valley Education Foundation is pleased to present "Rock & Roll Detention 2012" at The Last Day Saloon. Featuring performances by Santa Rosa's own The Coast Pilots, Third Rail Band, and Court 'N' Disaster. Enjoy a night of music and wine tasting. Court 'N' Disaster plays Honky Tonk, Classic Country, and Country Music with Sonoma County's own Judge Jim Bertoli and Judge DeMeo. ”

“A night of music & wine tasting to benefit Rincon Valley Education Foundation Saturday Feb 4th * The Last Day Saloon, Santa Rosa * Doors 7:30/Show 8:00 Featuring music by: The Coast Pilots http://www.thecoastpilots.com 3rd Rail Band http://thirdrailband.net/ Court ‘N’ Disaster http://www.reverbnation.com/courtndisaster ”