The Druthers
Feb
28
6:00 PM18:00

The Druthers

The Druthers a re a duo in Golden Valley, AZ. Fred Zinn plays guitar and sings . Tracey Wiebeck plays bass and sings. They perform covers and originals that encompass Blues, Jazz, Country, Folk, and Classic Rock.

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Open Mic Night
Mar
4
6:00 PM18:00

Open Mic Night

Come down and join us for open mic night at the wine bar! 

***Poetry, Slam Poetry and comedy is more than welcomed! Same rules apply

For those playing, come down and get your name on the sign up sheet. Each musician or act will have 15 minutes, or 3 songs to perform. You need only bring a guitar and/or your voice! PA system and mic will be provided. 



Local musicians are encouraged to come down and join in if you can!

*The bar is open for beverages with proof of ID

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El Jefe
Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

El Jefe

This Duo is straight from Vegas! Just relocated to the Kingman area, they are fun, entertaining, and ready to mingle with all who come to experience their show. Variety?, yes, everything from Crosby Stills and Nash to Bruno Mars and then some. " Music Is The Voice Of The Soul ". Come see us, you won't be disappointed. Love El Jefe and Laurie.


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GOODHEART
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

GOODHEART

Chris and Jennifer are a talented and entertaining couple.

This Duo comes to us from Orange County, CA and consists of veteran musicians Chris Guitar & Vocals and Jennifer Buoncuore vocals, mandolin, harmonica, percussion & vocals,

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CHERYL ROTH
Feb
15
7:00 PM19:00

CHERYL ROTH

CHERYL ROTH – Biography

Cheryl Roth a French Canadian born in Detroit, Michigan where she started her career. She grew

up in the 60’s with the Motown sound influence along with singing and playing country and blues

music. She has often been told she sounds like Bonnie Raitt, Ann Murray and Patsy Cline.

She started performing in the Detroit area and moved to Chicago in the mid 70,s to be the opening

act for Steve Goodman. He was a recording artist/song writer of “City of New Orleans” recorded

by Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, John Denver, Willie Nelson, Judy Collins. It received a Grammy for

best country song in 1985.

Cheryl left Chicago in the 80’s and went on the road for over five years performing across Canada.

She performed with Frankie Lane, Dennis Day, opening act for the Alan Sisters, celebrities from

the Tommy Hunter television show. While in Toronto, Canada she was a back up singer recording

in Gordon Lightfoot’s studio. She also recorded a vinyl LP record of original music,

“A Matter of Time.”

After leaving Canada Cheryl relocated to Southern California where she performed singing,

playing guitar, bass, keyboards, for over twenty five years during the late 80’s-2010. She recorded

an original CD, “Too Much Water Under The Bridge” on West Records label, Studio City, CA.

While in California Cheryl and her band backed up country celebrities, Kay Austin known

worldwide as “Country Fox” and Sonny Martin with his hit single “Six Days On The Road.” She

also had the opportunity to sing and yodel with Patsy Montana who was the first female vocalist to

have a hit single with her song, “She Taught Me How To Yodel.”

Cheryl had two cable TV shows, “California Country” and “Working Women In The Arts”

With production and film assistance from Hollywood stunt woman for Charlie’s Angels,

Julie Ann Johnson.

Cheryl continues to perform as a Single, Duo, Trio, Band in Bullhead City, AZ, Laughlin, NV,

Lake Havasu City, AZ, Las Vegas, NV.

She has played bass in other groups such as Catbone Blues Band and David Kane Band.

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Feb 10th at 1pm
Feb
10
5:30 PM17:30

Feb 10th at 1pm

Join us each month for our Art Uncorked event! A ticket to this event allows you to be a guest to our private painting class instructed by professional art instructor Kathy Hutchings. Brunch with dessert will be included and catered by Siren's Cafe.   A complimentary drink will be included with the purchase of your $45 ticket. 

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Open Mic Night
Jan
21
6:00 PM18:00

Open Mic Night

Come down and join us for open mic night at the wine bar! 

***Poetry, Slam Poetry and comedy is more than welcomed! Same rules apply

For those playing, come down and get your name on the sign up sheet. Each musician or act will have 15 minutes, or 3 songs to perform. You need only bring a guitar and/or your voice! PA system and mic will be provided. 



Local musicians are encouraged to come down and join in if you can!

*The bar is open for beverages with proof of ID

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Neil Gregory Johnson
Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Neil Gregory Johnson

Neil Gregory Johnson is a singer-songwriter from the Northwestern, United States.

Raised up from either a pack of wolves or a family of traveling musicians (no one really knows), Neil has developed a passion for the pick-up gig; The "show up-and-blow doors" mentality; The "where in the hell did this guy come from?!" league; and it has gotten him into the hearts of many who have had the pleasure of watching his performance.

Whether it be folk songs and coffee shops, ambient jazz guitar and fancy restaurants, outlaw country covers and swampy blues at the honky-tonks, or downright dirty rock n' roll in the nightclubs; for those familiar with his work, he remains an enigmatic and driving force determined to expand his own brand of singer-songwriter.

Neil Gregory Johnson is set to release his self-titled 5 song E.P. (March of 2018) In hopes of bringing his energetic display of ringing guitar licks, howling vocal lines, and lyrical storytelling to a wider audience.


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 The Parade of Lights and The Strykers
Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

The Parade of Lights and The Strykers

Stephanie & Russell Stryker

Are an extremely talented duo that will keep you entertained all night long with Classic Hits from many eras.

THE PARADE OF LIGHTS

Kingman tradition kicking off the Christmas season with brilliantly lighted floats, candy for the kids and maybe an appearance from the “Jolly Ole Elf” himself,… “Santa Clause”!

Line up and stage your entry (Float, Group, ect...) for the parade at Lee Williams High School parking lot . The parade will embark down Oak St. down to 5th St., turning right down to Beale St. and turn right down to and end Locomotive park. Entries that want to take part in the tree lighting will stay there. All other floats will return to Lee Williams.

The parade will start at 7:00pm.

For more information contact for 928-715-2394 or email to: kingmandowntownmerchantsassoc@gmail.com

Register for the parade or for more information go to the Kingman Downtown Merchants Association website at: www.kingmandowntownmerchantsassociation.com/

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Beaujolais Nouveau
Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Beaujolais Nouveau

ITS ALMOST 
BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU TIME
Tickets are Now on Sale at the Cellar. $55 
4 Courses
Champagne 
Gourmet Cheese and Fruits

4 Beaujolais Wine Tastings

We will be serving you a lovely green salad with Dried Cherries, Bacon and Goat Cheese

For our main course we will present Gougeres 
Coq au Vin
Haricot Verts

Just when you think "That was oh so perfect and delicious" you will then be served Verrines of Strawberries and Vanilla Custard.

What a delicious evening.
This Event Sales Out Every Year...
Get your tickets now...
Available at the Cellar Door

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DANGEROUS CURVES
Oct
6
7:30 PM19:30

DANGEROUS CURVES

This Duo comes to us from Orange County, CA and consists of veteran musicians Chris Guitar & Vocals and Jennifer Buoncuore vocals, mandolin, harmonica, percussion & vocals,

.

Dangerous Curves is really about not wanting to confirm to one style of music, but they just want to enjoy playing what they like and that means taking some unexpected turns.

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 Shelby  Texas
Oct
3
7:30 PM19:30

Shelby Texas

Shelby, Texas is a Bay Area country/rock band bringing their own west coast country charm wherever they roam.

Their debut album, We Are Shelby, Texas, introduces a new breed of country bringing together classic storytelling and a concrete sense of self. Songs like "Tennessee", "Glory" and the award-winning "Home" show you exactly who Shelby, Texas is and just what they have to bring to the future of country music.


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