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Brian bergeron

Artist Profile

Thursday November 10th - Yountville Wine Pavilion
Friday November 11th Film Industry Mixer
Sunday November 13th - St. Helena Wine Pavilion (w/Mr. Kind + Harvest Acoustic)

 
 

Brian Bergeron's musical fate has been intertwined with Ivy Hill Entertainment's since forming its current iteration in late 2014. The organization found its current private events focus due to Bergeron's own experience performing over 500 events throughout California, totaling hundreds of wineries, weddings, private events, and farmers markets, amassing a diverse repertoire, as both a live musician and a DJ/MC.

As an original songwriter, he fronts electro-acoustic band, Mr. Kind, which plans on releasing new recordings this fall. Brian also fronts the Harvest Acoustic, an acoustic guitar, upright bass, and violinist folk group that is one of IHE's most popular acts.


vandella

Website

Thursday November 10th - St. Helena Wine Pavilion
Friday November 11th - Yountville Wine Pavilion

 

Vandella's Newest Single, Couldn't Quit It

 

San Francisco's Vandella is a lovechild of rock & roll, roots & soul, helmed by two enigmatic frontpeople and distinct songwriters. A modern-day Buckingham-Nicks, vocalist Tracey Holland and guitarist Chris Tye mix up a potent potion of sexy, sweaty 70s-era rock & roll. 


Travis hayes

Website

Friday November 11th - Calistoga Wine Pavilion
Saturday November 12th - Yountville Wine Pavilion

"Towns Like These" by Travis Hayes and the Young Daze

 

Travis Hayes isn’t the type to wear emotions on his sleeve. He saves that for his songs- brutally honest most of the time, and endearingly heartfelt all the time. Hayes continues the timeless tradition of soul-bearing songwriting to interpret our shared human experience into music.


ari eisenberg

Saturday November 12th - Festival Gala
Sunday November 13th - Yountville Wine Pavilion

 

Ari Eisenberg performing Sam Smith's Lay Me Down.

 

Ari Eisenberg picked up a ukulele when he was 12 at the Uka-A- Palooza festival at the Oxbow Public Market and hasn’t stopped playing and performing since. The 16-year-old singer-songwriter, who also plays guitar, mandolin, violin and piano, was the youngest performer three years in a row at the Bottle Rock Music Festival and has performed at the Sonoma International Film Festival, City Winery, Silo’sNapa Porchfest, and various other venues in Napa and throughout the Bay Area where he has wowed audiences with his powerful and emotional interpretations of rock/pop covers and original songs.


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