Empress Theatre Vallejo
Empress Theatre Vallejo
Empress Theatre Vallejo

Empress Theatre Vallejo

The Empress Theatre is a gorgeous live music venue in Vallejo, California. Tectonic Audio Lab sound system, Midas console, huge stage, and plush velvet seats!

Jeff Berkley created a bare-handed style of percussion that has become uniquely his own and highly regarded. He helped define the sound of the Joel Rafael Band, of which he's a founding member, and has played with Jackson Browne, Ben Harper, and David Crosby among others. His skills on the guitar developed as well and he is well-known for his stylish riffs. Playing with some of the best singer-songwriters has not been lost on Berkley...

Brian Travis is a native California songwriter who songwriting style and live presentation has been compared to Tom Petty, Neil Young, Oasis and REM. He has toured extensively in the US, UK and Europe and has released 6 CD's of original Americana-tinged folk rock

Empress Theatre VJS PamelaRose Wayne De La Cruz June 14

Tommy Castro's music is “fiery and soul-drenched.” Tommy Castro introduced The Painkillers in 2012, creating a lean, mean four-piece band. See Tommy Castro

The Kai Eckhardt Band comes to the Empress Theatre. Kai Eckhardt is best known for his work with John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham and Garaj Mahal.

Will Russ Jr., is bringing his band for this special tribute to the music of "Sam Cooke". His voice is as soothing as a cool summer breeze. Will Russ Jr

Tower Of Power - Down To The Nightclub - Live And In Living Color (1976) Ahhh, the band from my home town of Oakland Ca baby!

George Clinton's band performs at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. Photography by Rebecca Wilkowski Photography. www.RebeccaWilkowski.com

TRAIN Train is an American pop rock band from San Francisco, California. The band currently consists of a core trio of Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford, and Scott Underwood

Tommy Castro - Sho' Enough ... HOT DAMN, THIS IS GOOD!!!!

Bay Area Music Awards: Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, Huey Lewis and Johnny Colla

Neil at the Bay Area Music Awards (1990).

This house which was originally built by a scion of the Spreckels sugar fortune, was owned by Graham Nash of Crosby Stills & Nash. The house had a small recording studio in it where many of the early bay area rockers recorded demos and honed their craft. Quicksilver Messenger Service and the Steve Miller band made early recordings here.