Bruno Grossi & Rob Ranford and CW Bayer at the Hollywood Room at Napa Valley Distillery

Bruno Grossi and Rob Ranford with CW Bayer come to the Hollywood Room at Napa Valley Distillery on Friday, May 17, from 7 to 10 p.m. Singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer Bruno Grossi has performed throughout Europe, Argentina, Peru, the Pacific Northwest and in Nashville. His original songs include ballads, blues, acoustic rock, contemporary folk and finger picking instrumentals. Born in California during the early ‘70s, CW Bayer joined an outlaw band and escaped to northern Nevada. While living in the desert writing cowboy songs, he wrote his first book, The Celtic Harp at Stonehenge. He did school assemblies, puppet shows, played in an Irish session band, gave talks on Gold Rush music, played fiddle at dances and wrote a number of books. Today, he plays old time banjo in the park and sings honky tonk swing songs in cafés and saloons. Admission is $5 at the door Napa Valley Distillery, 2485 Stockton St., Napa,


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