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Live Streams by our Active Volunteers

We regularly share news from our community on our social media. During this time of shelter-in-place, we are also sharing live streams of our Bread & Roses volunteer performers on our Facebook page. Follow us to see the latest videos.

Though our daily institutional shows are on temporary hiatus, we are working remotely and doing all we can to support our volunteer performers. We are so grateful for our volunteer performers and their dedication to providing live music and the performing arts to our isolated audiences around the Bay Area. We do our best to recognize all our volunteers throughout the year, but is is now more important than ever to support our performers.

We encourage everyone to “Follow” these performers on their social channels to be in the loop of more live videos and donate to their “Digital Tip Jars” via Paypal and Venmo.

Email with your live streaming info if you would like us to share it with our community on Facebook during this time.


A Sampling of On-going Live Stream Concerts

Check Bread & Roses Facebook for Daily Additions

Tune in: Daily at 8 pm

Also streaming cello tutorials.

Tune in: Weekdays at 12:30pm

Talented duo Jaime Lee Hart and Eric Hart sing classic kids' songs, family favorites, sing-a-longs and original tunes.

Tune in: Weekdays at 3pm

"Jazz in the Afternoon" with legendary jazz pianist Mike Greensill. Music, history and a lot of entertainment.

Tune in: Monday and Thursday at 5pm

San Francisco concert promoter KC Turner is starting a new Live Podcast titled “KC Turner Presents: Talk to Me” where he interviews local musicians

Tune in: Mondays at 7:30 pm

Singer-songwriter/guitarist shares beloved covers and original tunes.

Tune in: Tuesday – Saturday at 6 pm

Enjoy their Song of the Day covers.

Tune in: Tuesday and and Thursday at 2:30 and 4:00 pm

Teaching donation based online magic classes.

Tune in: Wednesdays and Saturdays at 12:30 pm (previously daily)

Marla Fibish and Bruce Victor play their unique brand of Celtic Americana on multiple instruments with a twist.

Tune in: Wednesdays at noon on Magical Bridge

Enjoy music and magic for kids.

Tune in: Wednesday at 5pm

Award winning bassist plays smooth jazz and R&B.

Tune in: Fridays at 2pm

“T Sisters Variety Hour” features music and comedy for the whole family.

Tune in: Fridays at 6pm

They are donating 25% of proceeds to several causes they support.

Tune in: Fridays from 6-8pm

Deborah Crooks and Kwame Copeland present “Porch-stream” concerts of spirited original Americana music from their Alameda porch. If you’re local, stroll on by!

Tune in: Sundays at noon

Hear her atmospheric folk-pop.

"In the Meantime" Concert Series

Between their Sebastopol and Novato locations’ social media sites, HopMonk will host artists and acts performing live from their homes. Visit the Facebook pages of the HopMonk Sebastopol and HopMonk Novato locations for a full schedule and details.


Follow more of our volunteer performers so you don’t miss their often spontaneous and intimate concerts.

The Kate Wolf Music Festival is hosting a livestream the June 25-28 weekend with a series of live streaming and pre-recorded concert sets from acts that were scheduled to perform at this year’s festival, plus both a yoga and Pilates zoom class. The festival will benefit two charities close to the Black Oak Ranch Community.

We appreciate the power that music has to heal, like with Tom Prasada-Rao’s song “$20 Bill (for George Floyd).” As recently acknowledged by our friends at Acoustic Guitar magazine, the song has already been covered by over a hundred artists.

Irish powerhouse songster Hozier did a live video and raised money for the World Health Organization and Global Citizen to aid efforts in fighting the corona virus.

Enjoy Matt Jaffe’s “Beacon in the Night.” He is offering his music in new creative ways including personalized song videos in the grand tradition of singing telegrams. He is also giving virtual lessons in voice, piano or songwriting and his online store is open!

Bri Crabtree is hosting Silly Circus Shows for your kids who need a fun break or a special event like a birthday party.

Joan Baez is posting videos recorded from her kitchen with words of encouragement for us all.

Nic Bearde and friends recently broadcasted a live jazz concert from at Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland.

Wendi Gross is offering children’s shows online right now - info and booking can be found on her website.

Cello Joe participated in a live stream of the musicians that were booked to perform on the Dusty Barrel stage at Lucidity Festival. With Covid-19 cancelling many festivals, it's one of the new ways of supporting the featured artists.

Join Living Jazz for their Campfire Concert Series every Sunday April 19-May 17 at 7 pm for live concerts featuring some Bread & Roses volunteers. Each week’s concert will highlight one of their signature programs.

Judi Jaeger & Bob Reid performed a beautiful original song “Town Made of Tents” which Judi wrote about the poignant challenges of the homeless during this time of Shelter-in-place.

Susan Zelinsky shared a new original song “These Days.” It gives us hope that what we experience in the natural world and in our relationships with those closest to us can carry us through as we shelter-in-place.

Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir is one of our all-time beloved performers of holiday concerts for our isolated audiences. This year they took their annual spring concert on April 25 online. Follow them for more updates about shows and vocal classes.

Americana folk-rock performer David Luning live streamed a special tribute to John Prine.

“Music for Medicine” Tom Finch shares lively “love-stream” concerts with Kimi Keating. Follow for spontaneous live shows and new tunes posted regularly.

The Musers, a talented trio of singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, performed a Flatbed COUCH Concert live from Sebastopol hosted by Flatbed Music Festival.

Former board member Greg Beattie and his wife Victoria Crebbin Blythe streamed a beautiful version of Caren Armstrong’s “I Feel Your Light.” This song has an apt message for our times “I don’t have to see your face because I feel your light...”

Phil Bearce and daughter Chelsea gave gratitude to our essential first responders with an original song.

Jesse Brewster wrote a new song “Close to Home” with the refrain “Staying in to make it out” and has submitted it to win a grant from The Music Relief Project.

Youth In Arts’ a capella teen ensemble 'Til Dawn with their music director Austin Willacy recorded a fun rendition of “Love’s In Need of Love Today.”

Watch The Doobie Brothers sing "Black Water (Live in Isolation)" which was recently featured in Rolling Stone.

Here’s a soulful rendition of James Taylor’s “Close Your Eyes” performed by Amy Wigton, Tommy Rox Music and Dallis Kraft.

Kyle Alden Thayer and Rory McNamara bring the spirit of the Celtic Isles in an Americana style with original songs and classic acoustic-based tunes in a recent livestream.

Thanks to the Ace of Cups for their beautiful collaboration with Jackson Browne, Bob Weir and David Freiberg on this song “Made for Love.”

Kathleen and Henry Salvia of The Flying Salvias with Sheryl Thirlwall and Kerry Carranza of the Keller Sisters and Ken Buschke collaborated on a cover of Neil Young’s “After the Gold Rush.”

Thanks to The Well Known Strangers for this cover of "Fighting For Me" (original song by Riley Clemmons) as a tribute to all the COVID-19 front-line workers.

The Fillmore shared a live show with Con Brio, dubbed one of the most energetic acts in town. Enjoy soul, funk, and R&B by this seven-piece band, including heart-full vocalist Ezekiel McCarter and his band-mate the intuitive guitarist Benjamin Andrews who joined us at our 2018 Fall Benefit Concert.

Enjoy high energy and upbeat music by Spike Sikes, a talented multi-instrumentalist, vocalist.

For Petaluma’s virtual Rivertown Festival, Ismay shared “Songs and Stories from Sonoma Mountain.”

Speakeasē with Daniel Erik and Adrienne Wickham-Gilbert, have dedicated a large part of their artistic talents to creating and sharing music for healing.

Steve Earle debuted his new album “Ghosts of West Virginia” in its entirety, plus a Q&A for the “hardworking, never give up, one day longer sisters and brothers in the Labor Movement.”


By Marian Hubler, Communications Manager/Producer

Photo/Video Credits:

1) Circle of Advisors member Bruce Victor and Marla Fibish of Noctambule via their livestream

2) T Sisters Variety Hour "Down the Rabbit Hole"

3) Joan Baez sings a song for John and Fiona Prine.

4) Susan Zelinsky sings "These Days."

5) Doobie Brothers sing "Black Water: Live In Isolation." 

6) Con Brio performs "Honey" for the Fillmore's Sunday Serenade.

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