At Fattoria e Mare, we are proud to feature some of the 
best talent of the Bay Area! 

There is never a cover charge.
This is American jazz at its finest. Mia and her jazz combo band regularly play at different Bay Area jazz clubs, special events, and of course, restaurants. Visit us when she’s playing and you’ll be swinging through the night! 
Though she’s performed all over Europe and Asia, jazz vocalist and pianist Sharman Duran is proud to call San Francisco home. She plays a mix of the standards and her original compositions, with fresh harmonies and plainspoken lyrics. See if you can spot her influences Irene Kral, Stevie Wonder, Lucy Reed, Chaka Khan, George Duke and Nancy Wilson, plus pianists Bill Evans and Chick Corea as she delivers the standards with a new twist.
Enjoy an evening with “San Francisco’s First Couple of Instrumental Jazz.” Madeline (saxophone) and Eddie (jazz guitar) have been playing together throughout their 20-plus year marriage. Eddie’s unique approach has allowed him to play with everyone from George Shearing to Charlie Parker and Stan Getz, and Madeline’s lyrical style complements his perfectly.
Forget the brass section: it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that string! String quartet Le Jazz Hot is carrying on the tradition established by the Hot Club de France, playing jazz standards with a violin, bass, and guitar. Superb lead guitarist Paul Mehling arranges the work of a number of different Jazz Age greats into something new and different. The group also features two-time Grammy® Award winning violinist Evan Price, French guitarist Isabelle Fontaine, guitarist Jeff Magidson, bassist Sam Rocha, and one-man rhythm section Clint Baker.
Vocalist Amy Glynn is one of the Bay Area’s best kept jazz secrets. She’s performed at the St. Louis Jazz Festival and has sung the national anthem at UC Berkeley. Her resume includes movie roles, voice work, and more. Today, she graces the patrons of Fattoria e Mare and other area venues with her interpretations of the best from American Songbook heavyweights.
With over twelve years of history performing together, Leon Williams (tenor sax) and Dave Prieto (jazz guitar) always produce a great show for Fattoria e Mare. Both artists have toured extensively with expert musicians, and they’re now bringing their years of talent and practice back home to San Francisco.
Vocalist and guitarist Brian Wachhorst has a storied history in San Francisco. As the lead singer and founder of The Aftershocks, he enjoyed being a part of one of the ten most popular bands in the Bay Area in 1993. He’s performed in many other bands, sharing concert space with groups like Train. Today he helps other artists find gigs through the San Francisco Booking Agency (which he founded) and continues to offer his solo acoustic show to Fattoria e Mare.
The Moonglow Trio ensemble mixes & mashes the Great American Songbook, Gypsy Jazz, Vintage & Contemporary Pop, Classical Music, Latin & Country & Western to create a soulful, relaxed, alfresco atmosphere.  The Moonglow's sound combines the sweet timbres of acoustic strings with the smooth warmth of baritone vocals.

Enjoy this folk-rock-cello-gypsy-jazz band from the Bay Area. This band has been described as “creaky blues, pre-war jazz, show tunes and folk – even finding room for hints of ska and western soundtrack.” Devon tours the US regularly & performs as a Cellist with Bay Area favorite, The Sam Chase Band.
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