In 2008, a group of some of the most talented musicians in Northern California came together to pay tribute to the band Boston, one of the most recognizable recording artists of the classic rock era. The band, now known as Long Time, delivers high energy performances that capture the layered guitar harmonies and powerful vocals that make up the Boston sound. At a Long Time show, you will experience all of the most memorable Boston hits such as “More Than a Feeling,” “Piece of Mind,” “Smokin’,” “Amanda” and “Don’t Look Back,” as well as the biggest songs from legendary bands including Journey, Foreigner, Styx, Kansas, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, and Deep Purple. Long Time is a must see live act that has been captivating audiences at festivals, corporate events, private parties and special occasions.
“Cherry Bomb” is a powerful 6 piece band dedicated to the music of “heartland rocker” John Mellencamp.
Take the Money and Run is the Sacramento region’s only tribute band dedicated to the music of the Steve Miller Band.
The Zach Waters Band is a rock/blues trio based out of Sacramento, CA.
The band consists of drummer Lou Wallace, bassist/keyboards Roger (the mudshark) Shimoff, and lead guitarist/vocalist Zach Waters.
Zach Waters is just 18 years old, but do not let the age fool you. Playing since the age of 10 years old, he is a well versed player in various genres. The Zach Waters Band is very energetic and can move any crowd, for their energy is highly infectious.
Playing both covers and original music, The Zach Waters Band appeals to a large group of audiences, and is becoming a crowd favorite.
Come see why RIFF RAFF is the premiere AC/DC tribute band! Combining all of the elements that make AC/DC one of rock music’s greatest bands, RIFF RAFF hits the stage with all the bombast and energy of the world renowned Aussie band. RIFF RAFF’s collective talent allows them to perform songs of the entire AC/DC catalog with an overall production and performance true to the nature and legacy of AC/DC. RIFF RAFF’s blistering performances have garnered praise from the fans of Sacramento’s classic rock station, 96.9 The Eagle, and endorsements from legendary classic rock radio host Tom Nakashima.