Local Musicians

Athena McIntyre –https://athenamcintyremusic.com/

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist – bluesy country

Music –https://athenamcintyremusic.com/music-merch

Lacy J Dalton –  https://www.lacyjdalton.org

American country singer and songwriter

Music – https://www.lacyjdalton.org/music-videos

Jakota Wass –  country guitarist



-professional cover and original band from the Reno-Tahoe area-presenting blues infected rock, pop, soul and variety music for every occasion. https://moniqueandthemotleyblues.com/about

Jazz guitarist, Robert Israel

(775) 265-2583

Krista Jenkins

Singer Songwriter


Pricilla Hawkins, classical and jazz celloist

40 years experience – was Principal cello of Tulare County Symphony, Sacramento Ballet and Bakersfield Symphony

also teaches private cello students.phawkins@dcn.org

Sierra Ringers

Carson Valley United Methodist Church, Gardnerville

(775) 782-4600


Mike O’Connell cowboy music.

(775) 265-2583


Jazzettes is a trio of talented women covering 100 years of music. The trio features Cami Thompson on percussion, Erika Paul on piano and Julie Machado on bass.  All of them sing and share an infectious sense of humor. Each are successful professional musicians with separate careers.

The Gardnervillains
Whether it’s smooth jazz for wine sipping 🎷🎵🎤🎹🎶 or rowdy blues for a dance party.  The Gardnervillains bring a great show that will get everyones toes a tappin

Acoustic Solution
ACOUSTI-CELTI-REGGA-MERICANA-GRASS “A potpourri of genres and instruments from a talented family band.”

Carson Valley Pops Orchestra

This Douglas County community orchestra annually performs Spring, Fourth of July,  Fall, and Winter concerts.  The Carson Valley Pops is an all-volunteer, non-profit orchestra.  The Pops is supported by donations from Douglas County, concert patrons, local business donations, and program advertising.


Rosebud Dance Band

Formed a few years ago as an affiliate of the Carson Valley Pops Orchestra, RoseBud’s Dance Band meets in Rich Sheldrew’s “Man Garage” with RoseBud, the Sheldrews’ rescue burro looking on.  Some of the approximately 20 musicians are members of the Carson Valley Pops Orchestra.  The band plays mostly Big Band era dance, jazz, and swing, with some modern pieces.


Todd Green


Todd now performs nationally as a multi-instrumental solo artist in the college and fine arts markets. Frequently, along with his concerts, Todd conducts college master classes and interactive school clinics and assemblies. His columns on improvisation have been published in Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine.