Doug Adamz & Bravo

Bluegrass /Country & Western
Bay Music and Entertainment performer Doug Adamz & Bravo

Doug Adamz is from West Texas and is known throughout Northern California for his musical performances including bluegrass, country and western and down home blues.

Doug is well known for his fine fiddling, guitar playing, and harmonic vocals. His country folk roots and his ensemble of outstanding musicians and entertainers put on an authentic boot tapping, foot stomping, rocking down home country show that is sure to have all your guests on the dance floor!

Bravo! performs at Marin ‘s showcase nightclub, Rancho Nicasio, in Yountville at the Pacific Blues Cafe and at the Station House Cafe in Pt. Reyes. They perform throughout the Wine Country and Northern California for events and festivals and in Reno and Lake Tahoe.

In April of 2006, Doug performed for President George W. Bush at a private home in Palo Alto for members of the Hoover Institution. Doug commented that President Bush was personable and charming. He made a special point of meeting us and having his photographer take a picture with us. He complimented our band and showed us a great deal of respect.

Bravo! has performed for hundreds of shows and have opened for and performed with Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Lee, Dottie West, Ricky Scaggs, Huey Lewis, The New Riders, Nick Gravenites, Joan Baez, Ramblin’Jack Elliot and many other notable artists. During the Persian Gulf War, Bravo! performed two overseas tours for U.S. troops. Bravo! provides a lively mix of country, bluegrass, country rock and blues.

“Doug Adams and the Bravo guys are all terrific. What a great group of guys and what a show they put on!!!!! Everybody was very happy – especially me. They were here right on time, set up and had a good time with the crowd. The group kept the people involved and up and dancing to the music, clapping after every number. I was really impressed.” Margie Crowell, Concannon Vineyard Quartet: Guitar/Fiddle/Harmonica/Doug A. w/ banjo, mandolin (or drums), & string bass.

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