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Mare Island Brewing Co.

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Come taste “Strait” from the tap.

Live Music Every Saturday

Ferry Taproom 7-9pm

January 2019
Pat Hull
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Jan 26, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Pat Hull is a singer-songwriter from Connecticut currently based out of Chico, CA. His music intertwines a melodic, soulful, counter-tenor vocal range with a unique finger picking style, creating a dreamy landscape with unpredictable hooks and turns. Pat’s newest releases, ‘Origami Sessions,' ‘Marrow,’ and 'Denmark Sessions' showcase his delicate yet raw ability to compose, sing, write, and perform. 


February 2019
Jimbo Scott
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Feb 2, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Jimbo Scott (Poor Man’s Whiskey, Freight, The Jimbo Scott Band) is a songwriter who was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and raised in Oakland, California. Steeped in traditions of folk, roots, country, bluegrass and rock, Jimbo is most well known for his rich voice.  In his most recent releases, “The Parklands” and “Good and Kind”, Jimbo focuses on sharing his perspectives on relationships with nature and community. His keen sense of introspection makes his songs both revealing and resonant.


Nathan Ignacio
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Feb 16, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Nathan Ignacio is a very talented multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. His extensive repertoire includes guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, harmonica, piano, and bass, playing many of these simultaneously during his one-man-band shows. Ignacio’s style is primarily born of the rock,blues, bluegrass, and Americana genres and last year, he released the solo album, titled “A Step Behind,” and is following up with his second album "Time & Place consisting mostly of original compositions. Both in recording and in live performance, he demonstrates his knack for variety, by using carefully selected cover songs to broaden his musical story.



March 2019
Charles Henry Paul
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Mar 2, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

There is something instantly recognizable in Charles Henry Paul’s songwriting. Blending the themes and traditions of old time american music into carefully crafted songs, Charles Henry Paul has a voice all his own. Originally from Washington, DC, Charles Henry Paul first came to the Bay Area the late 1990’s singing his own version of the American Songbook. As a lifelong student of music and musical traditions, Charles Henry Paul treats his music like a living, breathing history of America. His concerts showcase a timeline of traditional American music, blending acoustic guitar, old-time banjo, and mandolin together to paint a portrait of an America seldom seen in popular music today. His songwriting is steeped in tradition, strong roots, and nature, yet brings a modern take on common themes. It is both easily relatable and recognizable. He has quickly gained a cult following with his down home songs, and laid back style.

Hannah Jern Miller
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Mar 9, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Hannah Jern-Miller is a Northern California based guitar/harmonica player and singer with over 15 years experience performing worldwide. Her soulful blend of folk, blues, bluegrass, and vintage rock music will warm your heart and have you singing along in no time.

Meshach Jackson
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Mar 16, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Bay Area-based and Bayou-reared Meshach Jackson delivers his soulful lyrics with an emotional intensity that can only come from someone who was raised on equal parts gospel and grunge.  Meshach draws the audience in with his emotionally raw, intimately truthful lyrics and impassioned stage presence.



Zak Fennie
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Mar 23, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Zak Fennie is a contemporary americana singer-songwriter based out of the Napa Valley with over a decade's worth of experience singing and performing in professional environments. He has won several awards from the West Coast Songwriters Organization and other songwriting competitions for his original music. Zak is influenced by a wide range of musicians including Dashboard Confessional, Elliot Smith, The Police, The Killers, Johnny Cash, and Death Cab For Cutie.



April 2019
Grover Anderson
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM     Sat, Apr 27, 2019
Venue: Ferry Taproom

Grover was raised in the historic gold rush town of Murphys, CA. The rich culture of the area (along with lifelong immersion in fiction, theater and 90’s country music) instilled a storytelling nature that is evident in Grover’s writing. After extended stays in Santa Barbara, LA, and Oakland, Grover and his family returned to Murphys to reconnect with the small mountain atmosphere that provided such inspiration as a youth. Living in California’s vastly varying environments provided ample material for his three self-produced albums: Tourniquet (2011), The Optimist (2014), and From the Pink Room (2017), was named the #2 album of the year by music site Independent Clauses.