Grapevine Live Acts


Every Friday & Saturday

9:00 PM to 1:30 AM



December 29th & 30th • Gotcha Covered

December 31st • New Years Eve : Power Play

December 31st • New Years Eve : Hannah Jane Kile – Twisted Vine Bar

January 5th & 6th • Easy Rider

January 12th & 13th • Ray Reynolds Jr.

January 19th & 20th • Thunder Cover

January 26th & 27th • Kid & Nic Show

February 2nd & 3rd • Tasche

February 9th & 10th • Branded

February 14th • Valentine’s Day : Matt Applin & the Midnite Band

February 16th • Eastern Ways Lion Dancers – On the Casino Floor

February 16th & 17th • Fast Times

February 23rd & 24th • Rockology




Gotcha CountryGotcha Covered

Friday & Saturday
December 29th & 30th
9:00 pm–1:30 am

Gotcha Covered is a band covering a wide variety of hit country music. Exploding vocals, combined with powerful harmonies, bring every song to life. They take the extra effort to make the songs sound like you’re listening to the original artists LIVE. Multiple keyboards and synthesizers make our song collection extraordinarily broader than any other band you’ve heard.


Power Play

December 31st
9:00 pm–1:30 am

Formerly Take Out, Power Play consists of six of the most talented musicians that Sacramento has to offer. They have a powerful lineup playing 1960s-Thru today Pop, Dance, Disco, 1980s Rock, Hip Hop, Rap, R&B, and Country, This band will keep you on the dance floor with a fantastic blend of dance songs.

Easy Rider

Friday & Saturday
January 5th & 6th
9:00 pm–1:30 am

Easy Rider plays the classic rock hits of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. You’ll hear songs from the 60’s, Steppin-Wolf and Rolling Stones as well as the 70’s with the Eagles CCR and Doobie Brothers classical rock at its best. Relive the 80’s from Van Halen, AC/DC, Robert Palmer, and Billy Idol. Then experience the 90’s with songs by Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, and Barenaked Ladies. This group is made up of guitars, bass, drums, and keys. When you listen to this group you want to get up, dance, and party the night away.







Ray Reynolds & the Country Time Band

Friday & Saturday
January 12th & 13th
9:00 pm–1:30 am
Country Time is a vision that started before I even knew it was there. From the time I was a little boy watching my daddy play guitar. I was set in the path of music for life. All I ever had passion for at that point was some day playing music full time and singing all the songs that I love dearly.
All members have a very long history of music. As for myself, country music has always been a part of my life. My father, Raymond A Reynolds Sr, was a guitar player and singer whom performed all over the valley and foothills. He taught me how to play guitar, sing, and write music well.
To this day, I too, have performed all around the valley and foothills for the last 24 years. I love country music and blues with some old time rock (my father’s favorite style to play). I’m inspired by artists such as Richie Valens, Buddy Holly, as well as many other great country music artists.



Thunder Cover

Friday & Saturday
January 19th & 20th
9:00 pm–1:30 am

Thunder Cover – Northern California’s best new cover band. Thunder Cover hails from Sacramento, CA and they play some of the biggest hits in music from the last 50 years of Rock, Pop, and Dance. Their special acoustic set features 3 of the main band’s members: Laith Kaos, Skyler Michael, and Alex Vincent. Their goal is to make you sing-a-long to the songs of your past.





 Kid and Nic Show

Friday & Saturday
January 26th & 27th

9:00 pm–1:30 am

The Kid and Nic Show is a fun, high energy, interactive, variety musical group! When Nicole (Nic) and Kirk (Kid) Tracy met, they had no idea that their partnership would soon include leading a band together.  Nicole was a busy actor who performed Shakespeare, Neil Simon, various musicals, and played a character on the television series Beverly Hills 90210.  Kirk was a working saxophonist who played live with The Shirelles, The Ink Spots, Dave Wakeling (The English Beat and General Public), and recorded the Epic Records debut release of the ska group Save Ferris.  Although, once they met everything changed.  A fun, high energy, interactive show was born that features a cool blend of a wide variety of different music.  Since the formation of this husband and wife led five piece band in 1997, The Kid and Nic Show has performed regularly from the House of Blues stages in Hollywood and Anaheim to clubs, casinos, theaters, festivals and special events across the country.  Past tours have taken the show to over 16 states.  The Kid and Nic Show has been featured on The Discovery Channel, The Food Networks “Bobby Flay’s Food Nation”, as well as morning news shows in Minnesota, South Dakota, Nevada and Arizona.  Their story has also been told in periodicals across the nation.  Songs from Kid and Nic’s last release Where You Are There You Is are enjoying regular rotation on radio stations across the nation and around the world!  Kid and Nic take their audiences on a trip across the landscape of American music and comedy for a show that provides a lot of laughs, great danceable music and a genuine feeling of joy!


Friday & Saturday
February 2nd & 3rd
9:00 pm–1:30 am

TASCHE is internationally represented and known for his Soul/Rock style, but he’s a man of many talents – Music Director, Vocalist, and Keyboardist. He has toured and played with Tony! Toni! Tone!, Kenny Lattimore, Michelle Shocked, Howard Hewitt and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members of Sly & The Family Stone.
TASCHE started his solo career with the release of his debut album ‘From the Soul’, in March 2008. Soon after he struck a deal with Disk Union USA. His latest release, ‘A Love Worth Fighting For’, creates a renewed hype and attention to the Soul/Rock sounds. Listen and experience what this world traveled soul performer has to offer.


Friday & Saturday
February 9th & 10th
9:00 pm–1:30 am

Consumed by smoke, lights and lasers, it doesn’t take long to realize that Branded isn’t your typical “Country” band. Branded is a Sacramento, CA based Country Party Band with an emphasis on stage performance and putting on the best show possible. Branded goes all out to give the audience the ultimate local music experience. Named the “Biggest Small Brand” in Sacramento by Sacramento Magazine. Branded comes equipped with a professional sound engineer and full lightning crew to ensure the highest quality of show.



Matt Applin and The Midnite Band

February 14th – Valentine’s Day!

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Matt Applin is a seasoned, versatile entertainer with over 25 years experience in the music and performance arena. His repertoire runs the gamut from R&B, Motown, Jazz, Blues and Standards. He is a charismatic singer with excellent range and a commanding stage presence as well as audience appeal. Matt is known throughout the Bay Area and Solano County for both his professionalism and his showmanship. When Matt performs the audience is guaranteed not just a good time but also a Night to Remember!
The Midnite Band provides the beautiful music and backing power that allows Matt Applin’s vocals to shine! These amazing musicians have the chemistry that comes only from years of performing together, and they never miss a beat! Dion Duncan sets the time on the Drums. Charles Quinn lays down fat grooves on the Bass. Johnny Ramos funks it up on the Guitar and Keyboards. Archie White brings the smooth flavor on the Keyboards.

Eastern Ways Lion Dancers

February 16th – Chinese New Year!
On the Casino Floor!

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Lion Dance is one of China’s oldest and most unique cultural arts. Exciting to watch and difficult to perform, lion dance captivate audiences of all ages. Lion dancing requires coordination between 2 performers: the Head and the Tail.
The Head controls the movements of the lion head: the eyes, the mouth, the ears. The Head also raises the lion up and lowers it down. This makes the Head responsible for most of the expression of the lion and for directing the Tail.
The Tail controls the movements of the body, making the lion look alive and animated. The Tail also has to be very strong, in order to maintain the Tail position throughout a performance. When the lion is doing jumps or lifts, the Tail has to be able to lift the Head and hold her upright.
To prepare for the lion dance, performers have to practice the lion dance regularly. In traditional Southern Shaolin Kung Fu, lion dancing provided an excellent way to condition the body and improve flexibility and strength. At Eastern Ways, lion dancers are all Kung Fu students, keeping this tradition alive.

Fast Times

Friday & Saturday
February 16th & 17th!

9:00 pm – 1:30 am

Bay area based cover band, Fast Times, performs music from the ultimate decade of decadence, the 80s!!!! From A-Ha to The Cure, from Madonna to Young MC, every song is an instantly recognizable hit guaranteed to get audiences on their feet and dancing. From new wave and synth-pop to arena rock and hair metal, Fast Times plays every song entirely live, with a dance beat that you cannot resist.
Since 1999, Fast Times has performed the high-energy hits at numerous venues including AT&T Park, Great America, Bimbo’s 365, Great American Music Hall, Slim’s, Red Devil Lounge, Pier 39’s Fleet Week Celebration and the PGA Tour Stonebrae Classic. Fast Times has performed for companies of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500s.