Another great event! Thanks to everyone that attended our event at the Vacaville Jazz Festival last night. The rain did not stop the event! As a matter of fact, the skies were clear by the time we started playing. It was a great event in addition to Damon Rentie doing […]
Everyone is invited! Please join 2nd Planet for a free concert performance at the Nut Tree Village on Saturday September 21, 2013, beginning at 6:45 PM to 8:15 PM. 2nd Planet will be performing on Stage A and of course we will be performing music from our latest CD release […]
Thanks to all who attended the Cha-Am event on Saturday September 7, 2013. It was a fun and relaxing evening! Thanks again, to the Ch-Am establishment and their committment to host live music every Friday and Saturday nights! We look forward to our return performance on December 7, 2013.
Thanks to all who attended the Sticky Rice event on September 14,2013. Everyone had a great time and you all chose to spend your evening with us. Thanks again, to the Sticky Rice establishment and their committment to host live music every Saturday night! We look forward to our return […]
Thanks to all who attended the Sticky Rice event on 7/20/2013. Everyone had a great time! Thanks again, to the Sticky Rice establishment and their committment to host live music every Saturday night! We look forward to our return performance on September 14, 2013.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Orphan Relief Network event on 6/29/2013. It was a wonderful event for a very worthy cause. Please visit www.orphanreliefnetwork.org
Reservations are strongly recommended! On Saturday July 20, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM, join 2nd Planet as we provide the music for your relaxing enjoyment at the Sticky Rice Bistro located in Fairfield’s beautiful Green Valley area, which offers a menu suffused in the sophistication of contemporary cooking […]
BY AMY MAGINNIS-HONEY DAILY REPUBLIC FAIRFIELD - Ray Obiedo started playing drums in the eighth grade. As he neared high school graduation, he saw Jimi Hendrix at the Fillmore. And, soon after that, Eric Clapton with Cream. Obiedo came to the realization the guitarist is more important than the drummer. After all, the guitarist stood at the front of the stage.
BY RICHARD BAMMER MEDIANEWS GROUP - The Clarence Williams biography, especially his life in music, reads like a story of "firsts": a first toy guitar, first acoustic guitar, first electric guitar, first garage band, first high school band, first professional jazz band, first CD. Next week the amiable Fairfield resident can add his first Vacaville Jazz Festival to the saga.