Saturday, October 24 – 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
(Fairfield, CA) – The Suisun Valley will come alive with the music from one of the most iconic of american bands, the Eagles, when Eagles tribute The Boys Of Summer perform in concert at Vezer Family Vineyard, 2522 Mankas Corner Rd., Saturday, October 24. Showtime: 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Admission: $19.99. Must be 21 and over. Info: (888) 823-8463 or www.vezerfamilyvineyard.com. Vezer Family Vineyard – three unique Fairfield Suisun Valley wineries – offers three unique wine experiences and exquisite award-winning wines, all in the “Petite Sirah Capital of the World”.
BOYS OF SUMMER HELPING OUT THOSE IN NEED (VALLEY FIRE)
In lieu of the recent Valley Fire devastation, The Boys of Summer donated part of their ticket sales from both early-October shows in Napa to the Bradshaw Family Fund, Valley Fire, as well as 100% of the proceeds from a separate “Donation Box”. Two members of the Boys of Summer – Jimmy Williamson and Darrel Monson – went to school with Amanda Bradshaw at Verdugo High School in Sunland, CA.
The Boys of Summer are James Williamson, drums-vocals; Darrel Monson, guitar/vocals; Craig T. Fall, guitar/vocals; Chris Turbis, keyboards/saxophones/acoustic guitar/vocals; and Bill Winkler, bass/vocals, five hardworking musicians and lifelong friends, who play and channel some of the greatest music ever created and produced on the West Coast, that being from legendary rock group, the Eagles. With each band-member possessing many decades of professional experience, TBOS play the true musical heart and soul of the Eagle’s music – recreating the sounds, harmonies, and most important, the feel.
“An Army Of Air-Guitar Players”: “It’s the songs,” said TBOS’ Jimmy Williamson, when interviewed by Stockton Record entertainment writer Tony Sauro about what makes the band’s vision (and version) of Eagles’ songs so special. “Everybody knows every record. Every song. Every guitar lick. And then he adds: “There’s just an army of air-guitar players out there doing “Hotel California” when we play. Everybody knows every bit.” Check out the interview here: