Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Bands, hypnotist perform throughout Dixon May Fair

A number of local and regional bands, and an entertaining hypnotist, will perform throughout this year’s Dixon May Fair. They are:

The Delta Rockets

Starting as a band in early 2007, The Delta Rockets have progressed quickly into a powerhouse musical ensemble capable of entertaining large crowds, small parties and events of nearly any size.

Their music style ranges from music you can dance to, including an entertaining mix of classic rock, old-time blues, Motown and even a sprinkle of country. The Delta Rockets were recently invited to participate and play a set at a benefit for Pepperbelly’s Comedy Club in Fairfield. Along with some other great local bands, the benefit took place at the beautiful Fairfield Center for Creative Arts on Texas Street.

The Delta Rockets return to the Dixon May Fair stage again this year from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. May 12, playing on the Leber Garden Stage, smack dab in the center of the May Fair. Bring the family and your friends out to listen to some great music that will get you moving!

The band is made up of Guyle Taber, drums and vocals; Rick Whedbee, bass and vocals; Mark Loustanou, guitar; Kevin Seeman, keyboard and vocals; Marla Harvey, lead vocals; Dan Palmer, lead vocals, harmonica and percussion; and Vern Dutton, bass and vocals.

BEAM

BEAM is a premier rock/classic rock band comprised by established musicians and vocalists from the Sacramento/Woodland/Vacaville area.

BEAM has captured a unique sound, focusing on favorite rock tunes and classic rock favorites. The band draws from influential artists such as Eric Clapton, Joe Walsh, the Doobie Brothers, Tom Petty, the Beatles, Spirit, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Creedence Clearwater, Peter Frampton and others. With its members individually playing with bands throughout the Sacramento area, BEAM was formed in order to stretch out and bring to audiences a unique mix of music, and traditional favorites, that they aren’t often exposed to.

BEAM includes guitarists, Ed Santos, Mark Crawford and Titus “Stretch” Gall; bassist Tony Maddux; and drummer Bob Martino. The band provides an exciting and creative approach to popular and roots music. BEAM has played many local fairs, festivals, charity events and private events.

Four Barrel

Four Barrel is a rock ‘n’ roll cover dance band known for its unique ability to wow audiences with an enthusiastic, high-energy stage show playing all your favorite rock classics from the 1960s to today. Four Barrel is Phillip Lovejoy on lead guitar, Kally Pile on lead vocals, Tim Peregoy on bass guitar and Scott Uhlenbrock on drums.

Four Barrel has been invited to entertain audiences all over California over the years for special events such as the Dixon May Fair, Yolo County Fair, Newman’s Hot Rod and Bike Show, Winter’s Earthquake Festival, City of Woodland’s Concert Series, City of West Sacramento’s Harmony on the River, Jingle Bell Bash and Arbor Day Celebration.

In addition to various private parties including birthdays, anniversaries, wedding receptions, fundraisers, holiday and business parties, the band also performs at bars and clubs including Laugh’s Unlimited, Crawdad’s, Swabbies in Sacramento, Big Mac Daddy’s in Woodland, Cheers and Stars in Vacaville, The Buckhorn Bar and Grill in Dixon, Creekside Country Club in Winters, Louie’s in Rancho Cordova and Jan’s Lounge in Orangevale. The diverse venues and settings allow the band to entertain people regularly.

Two Barrels Shy

Featuring Kally Pile on vocals and Phillip Lovejoy on guitar, Two Barrels Shy entertains audiences with a variety of music – rock, blues, a little folk, a little country and a little jazzy stuff. They play the songs you love – acoustically. As an offshoot of the local rock band Four Barrel, they have more than a decade of experience.

Kyle Bowen, Worship Arts Director

Kyle has loved God and music from a young age. He is passionate about lifting up Jesus and leading others in expressing their love for their Lord through song.

Rhythm Method

If you close your eyes, you will not believe the sound coming from this Vacaville-based three-piece band. A huge crowd favorite at last year’s fair, they are a must-see and they will delight you with classic rock hits. The band is well-known for its impeccable “Steely Dan” covers.

Chris Mabrey

At age 9, Chris witnessed his first hypnosis show on tour with his singer/songwriter dad. He became entranced and dedicated himself to learn all he could about hypnosis. He was trained by a world-renowned hypnotist and has learned every aspect of the industry.

Mabrey is a certified hypnotist with an incredible stage presence and energy that surpasses his peers on every level. His engaging style, coupled with his mastery of the art, will do nothing less than captivate and hold you transfixed in amazement and delight, as he works his wonders on stage.

Using comedy and music, Mabrey involves his audience and leaves them with great memories and stories they will talk about for time on end.

Check the schedule of events for performance times.

Daily Republic staff

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