Close

805.778.1100 sip@nabuwines.com

by

Jazz & Blues Night with Paul McCallum & Friends at NABU Wines

When:
December 13, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
2019-12-13T20:00:00-08:00
2019-12-13T23:00:00-08:00
Where:
NABU Wines
2649 Townsgate Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
USA
Jazz & Blues Night with Paul McCallum & Friends at NABU Wines @ NABU Wines | Thousand Oaks | California | United States

Sponsored by Conejo Valley Lifestyle Magazine.

50’s & 60’s Jazz & Blues Night at NABU Wines with Paul McCallum & Friends December 13th at NABU Wines at 8pm.

Happy Hour 5pm-7pm
$2 Off Glasses of wine and Wine flights

Guest Kitchen
Farm & Flame at 6pm
In the Back Lounge

THE BAND
Paul McCallum Guitar
Koji Ono Keys
Tom Buckner Sax
Rod Harbour Drums

Granville Young Bass
Granville James Young, known as “Danny,” is a third generation musician/bass player of vast experience. His father, Snooky Young, and a number of his peers like Gerald Wilson, Clark Terry, Thad Jones, Ray Brown, Ron Carter, John B. Williams and Al McKibbon have been the primary influences and teachers that inspired Granville to play and pursue a career in music. Granville’s biggest influence is his friend and mentor, world renowned bassist, Chuck Rainey.
Granville has played rock, pop, R&B, soul, jazz, fusion and country music over the years. He has had the honor of performing with ZZ Hill, Gray & Hanks, Jean Terrell, Ernie Andrews, Ray Charles, McCoo & Davis, John Debney and Lou Rawls, and Placido Domingo. Granville has also performed with members of the West Coast All Stars including Jonathan Butler, Everett Harp, Rick Braun, Bobby Lyle, Lalah Hathaway, Paul Jackson Jr. and others. In addition, he has appeared on numerous TV shows and movies such as Back to the Future, Colombo, Murder She Wrote, The White Shadow, The Lucas Tanner Show, The Man in the Santa Claus Suit, and most recently seen on Showtime’s Ray Donovan Show. Granville is a music teacher, a song writer, a lyricist, and singer; and enjoys writing and collaborating with other musicians and song writers.

• Free Parking (Parking in front and back of winery & street)
• Free Admission
• 21 Years and Over Only