Live music will begin on Friday at 5 p.m. and last until midnight. It will start again on Saturday at noon and continue through midnight. Here's a schedule so you can plan your Carnevale weekend!


5 to 5:50 p.m.

Jeremy Price

Jeremy Price is a singer/songwriter from Ventura. He plays everything from rowdy rambling songs to touching love songs.

6 to 7:15 p.m.

Joseph Blythe Band

Joseph Blythe Band fuses guitar driven rock with the smoothness of brass and the sonic richness of three part harmonies to create a sound that is a unique twist to the Northern California sound.

7:45 to 9:15 p.m.


SlapShoeFly was founded in 2005 when Scott Valley musician Ariel Roumasset met West Virginia singer/songwriter Jason Conley in Nashville, TN, while they were both playing in the city’s famous Bluebird Cafe. The two songwriters started out playing open mics and street music in Nashville and soon after Conley moved to California with Roumasset to start SlapShoeFly Records and record their first album.

Their music is derived from early bluegrass, folk-rock and Americana influences from the past and present, 90s Seattle grunge and various Austin songwriters.

9:45 to 10:45 p.m.


Doublechief came together with musicians from all over North America who met up in Mount Shasta. Together they have a sound that covers many genres with a funk/reggae core. Doublechief’s sound ranges from guitar rich etheric landscapes to searing guitar solos played to funk, classic rock, and country. The rhythm section is carried by a bass sound that has a pillowy bottom end at times to a sharp funk bite. The drums keep the rhythm machine freight training along to keep people dancing all night.

11 to midnight


Oxprey is old school thrash metal from Mount Shasta featuring Ben’Jammin Lewis on vocals, Billy Truby on bass guitar, Brandon Truby on guitar, and Kaylon Forest on drums. Founding member Kevin Young was co-writer on current recordings.


Noon to 1:15 p.m.

Ryan Marchand

Ryan Marchand has toured the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Egypt. His songs cover a range of topics with heartfelt lyrics about travelling, growing up, and relationships. Ryan builds his songs layer by layer live with the technique of live-looping. His use of guitar chord inversions and rhythm and lead comping give him a style that is dynamic and broad, soulful and playful. Ryan has played in bands such as Surface Rising, The Lottery and Doublechief.

1:30 to 2:20 p.m.

Matt Kreizenbeck

“Matt Kreizenbeck is leaving Mount Shasta in a matter of weeks. He is, was, and will be, all that is filth.” His genre is sad, personal acoustic music.

2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Franke Antares

Singer/songwriter Frank Palmer resides in Mount Shasta. Working in the genre of Progressive Acoustic, he composes his songs in altered tunings on classical, 6 & 12 string acoustic guitars, piano, and fretless bass. Originally from the East coast, Frank majored in theater with a music minor at Southern Connecticut State U. in New Haven, CT.

More of a songwriter than a musician, Frank’s primary focus is on the creative process. His focus is on developing and mastering his original material, building up energy/chi and transmitting evolutionary frequencies through music and song, in the tradition of the Bard.

4 to 5:15 p.m.

3 On A Match

Jazz, Soul, Funk, Rock....the trio 3 On A Match plays it all featuring the guitar licks and rhythm of Bruce Anthony on guitar, jazzy keyboards from Dave Reynolds and the vocals of Genny Axtman. “We still have all of our songs from the days of Rockit and Class 6, plus lots of new material and originals. We’ve loved playing at Carnevale over the years and are looking forward to performing here once again.

5:45 to 7 p.m.

Ron Lovelace Band

The Ron Lovelace band was formed in 2008 from members of the Siskiyou Blues Society. In 2009 we were honored to open up for Charlie Musselwhite at the Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens. The band is committed to performing blues and rock music so that people within listening range will feel compelled to dance.

Ron Lovelace, the leader of the band, plays guitar and is the lead vocalist on most numbers. Larry Marks plays valved diatonic harmonicas and also sings leads. Keith Anderson, the newest member of our band, was born in Chicago’s southside and has been performing since 1959. David Walas plays drums and percussion.

7:15 to 8:15 p.m.

Djin Aquarian

Djin Aquarian composes and performs Humanitarian Folk Rock songs that are very ’60s with a universal message of love, justice and peace with a danceable beat.

8:30 to 9:15 p.m.


Michael and Matt were fourteen year old runaways when they became friends after a fight between rival biker gangs left them the only ones alive. Later, they bonded during an all night conversation in which they discovered that they were on the same level of an imported leather pyramid scheme in Fairfield, Iowa during the 1980s. The boys have been called innovators for their masterful combination of search engine keywords and "big" rhythms. Michael and Matt had a great 2006.

9:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Sister Chief

Sister Chief is a band that recently found its home in the Bay Area but hails from northern California. The project consists mainly of brothers Trevor Brooks and Joseph Shumake who write and record most of the songs in their studio in San Francisco. As a live act, they’re joined by bass player Kevin Oliver and drummer Paul Kreizenbeck. The sound is a collage of swift moving melodic lines, punchy fat grooves, swelling walls of rhythmic guitars, and catchy bass hooks.

11 to midnight

Blackwell Brothers

The Blackwell Brothers band features five seasoned musicians playing traditional and catchy original rock, blues, country, bluegrass and funky R&B. The band includes Harry Blackwell, left handed lead and vocals; Debbie Blackwell, rhythm guitar vocals; Marck Carnes, bass; Vanda Raven Moon, keys vocals; and Leroy Mathwig on drums. They have opened for such artists as Charlie Musselwhite, Watermelon Slim, Joanna Connor, Earl Thomas, Johnny Rawls, Guitar Shorty, Sue Foley and Big Brother and The Holding Co., as well as doin a stints as cabaret musicians at John Ascuagas Nugget, Horizon Casino Resort, and Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno and So. Lake Tahoe. The Blackwells are regulars at DC Minners Dusk Till Dawn Blues Festival in Rentiesville, Oklahoma.