"Objects in the Mirror"
"Northern California's Electric Jazz"

"Sacramento's Electric Jazz"


FOR INFO ON ANY OF THESE Northern California GIGS, CONTACT PAT

SCHEDULE FOR 2005

January 8 2005 -- BY POPULAR DEMAND: The Center for the Arts, Grass Valley presents: "A COMMAND REPEAT PERFORMANCE -- Thousands of Fingers -- A tribute to Steely Dan" -- Featuring Objects in the Mirror, the Major Dudes Horn Section, with Grant Reeves and Lee Elderton, Paul Trethewey, Michael Bankston, Walter Webb and Glen Smith. Plus, the Babylon Sisters on vocals: Lorraine Gervais and Beth Moore Haines. Saul Rayo is the Emcee, with horn arrangements by Paul Trethewey, Glen Smith and Jerry Grant! Tunes from thirty years of Steely albums and CDs with a 13 piece concert band. Center For the Arts 530.274.8384 Info. Tickets for this show are $18.00. This is a concert not a dance party, meaning, seats on the dance floor right up to the stage, so only 300 seats available (350 SRO). The first show sold out standing-room-only and received standing ovations, so get your tickets fast! There will be dancing on the side, but not in front of the stage. http://www.thecenterforthearts.org and http://www.fruitcratelabels.com/steely.html

January 27, 2005 -- Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting at the Radisson, Sacramento Objects in the Mirror with Sacramento saxophonist Grant Reeves 5:30-6:30 http://www.sacasiancc.org for more information (All 800+ attendees will receive a FREE "Drive" CD!!)

March 4th -- Sacramento Magazine Singles Party, Sacto Convention Center (6-7+) In conjunction with KSSJ Smooth Jazz FM, We're expecting 6,000 people for one of the best formal events of the year in Sacramento. Sharing the bill with "Hip Service". 916.452.6200 for more info, www.sacmag.com

March 5th -- Miners Foundry, for Nevada City School for the Arts, A Matter of Taste Annual fund-raising auction and party 273.7736 for information and donations

March -- 18, 19 "Women of Heart and Mind -- A Tribute to Joni Mitchell" --- Featuring Saul Rayo & Cocina del Mundo, Objects in the Mirror, Lorraine Gervais, Gracie MacKenzie, Eleanore MacDonald, Beth Moore Haines, Elena Powell, Leah Hume, Heather Grove, Kate Fingerson, Dayna Jones, Simone Julian, Saul Rayo and Pat Jacobsen, with a star-studded cast of fine local musicians. The Center for the Arts, Grass Valley. Tickets $18.

March 27 -- Easter Day Celebration Concert, 6 hour jazz show! Radisson Hotel Sacramento, Grand Ballroom, 500 Leisure Lane, Sacramento, CA, 916.922.2020 for information. A family-oriented event.

April 1 -- Cooper's Saloon, Nevada City, 235 commercial st, 530 265.0116, 9:30- 1:00

April 24 -- Earth Day Celebration, Lake MacBoyle @ Loma Rica Ranch, 12190 Loma Rica Ranch Dr. (11-5) with Saul Rayo & Cocina del Mundo and Real Geirge. (Cancelled due to inclement weather)

May 8 -- Mother's Day Celebration Concert, Radisson Hotel Sacramento, Grand Ballroom, 500 Leisure Lane, Sacramento, CA, 916.922.2020 for information. A family-oriented event.

May 14 -- Empire Mine Jazz Festival, Grass Valley, 530.273.8522 (Headliner)

May 15 --Powerhouse Pub in Folsom, 614 Sutter Street. 916.355.8586 We will be headlining and afternoon of jazz-rock-fusion. We start at 5:00 pm, but there is music all after noon before we take the stage. For info: Call Preston Saunders -- 530.320.3309

May 22 -- Center for the Arts BEATLES show, a benefit for Jake Michaels' school choir to go to Spain next June, sponsored by Jenny Michaels and her son Jake, and the Center. "Objects" will be making a guest appearance at this Sunday afternoon event from 2-5 p.m.

May 28th -- Squaw Valley / Jazz Trax Jazz Festival / following Bobby Caldwell! 3-7:00 PM INFO 530-584.6269 (www.thevillageatsquaw.com)

June 5th -- Roland Musical Equipment digital recording Clinic, Foggy Mountain Music 30th Anniv. in Grass Valley, The Center for the Arts (clinic 1:00)

June 25th -- Objects in the Mirror, Penn Valley Amphitheater, Private Concert.

July 10 -- Library Garden Theater Summer Music Series, Auburn Library Amphitheater, 360 Nevada Street, Auburn, Free to Public, 7-8:30 530.885.6825 for info

July 13 -- Hot Summer Nights Nevada City Street Fair , 431 Broad Street, 265.2692 (6-9)

July 15th weekend -- (To Be Announced) California World Music Festival, Nevada County Fairgrounds (watch for update)

August 19 -- Grass Valley Market Night, 5-9, Downtown Grass Valley (6-9:30)

August 27 -- Bella Vista Restaurant, Nevada City Call (530) 265.3445 for Info. (Tickets at door only)

September 15 -- Crocker Art Museum's Third Thursday at the Crocker Jazz 5:30 to 8:00 www.crockerartmuseum.org, 216 "O" Street, Sacramento, (916) 264.5423 Sponsored by KSSJ 94.7 FM, hosted by Maria Lopez

 

SCHEDULE FOR 2004

January 9 & 10 & 11 -- Tribute to the History of Paul Simon: Featuring Saul Rayo & Cocina del Mundo, Objects in the Mirror, Brass Akwards Horn Section, Earth Rhythm Dancers and Drummers, and a star-studded cast of fine local musicians. Northern California Center for the Arts, Grass Valley. [All shows sold out three nights!!]

January 17-- A Matter of Taste Food and Wine Festival, NCSA School of Arts, Nevada City

February 6 -- Pistol Petes, Auburn , CD Contemplation Party

March (All Month) -- Original CD Recording at Flying Whale Studio, Grass Valley.

April 15 -- Auburn JazzFest Presents Cabin Fever Concert Series & Chamber Mixer, Shiloh Center, Auburn -- Mike Manring & Danny Heinse (www.auburnjazzfest.com) 885.7103

May 2 -- Earth Day Celebration, Lake MacBoyle @ Loma Rica Ranch, 12190 Loma Rica Ranch Dr. (11-5)
Info: 274.0360 or 277.0610 < http://www.yubanet.com/artman/publish/article_9242.shtml >

May 12 --- KVMR Afternoon Show -4-6

May 20 -- Objects in the Mirror CD Release Party -- Center for the Arts Benifit, Grass Valley 274.8384

May 22 -- Broad Street Books CD Signing Party, Nevada City Jazz Festival 5-8:30

June 12 -- Auburn JazzFest 2004 -- (http://www.auburnjazzfest.com) Objects in the Mirror, Lorraine Gervais &
Friends, Ray Obiedo, Pete Escovedo, Frank Martin, Rhiannon, Abe Laborial, Marc Russo, William Kennedy, Michael Manring, Incendio, Grant Reeves, Carol J. Toca, also Bob Madsen's World Machine.

June 16 -- Objects in the Mirror -- Auburn Market Night & Street Fair 885-5616

July 4 -- July Fourth Post parade Show, Nevada County Fairgrounds, Pine Creek Stage.6:00 to 8:00p.m. 272.8315

July 8 -- The Village at Squaw Valley, (www.thevillageatsquaw.com) 5-7 p.m. 530-584.6269

July 14 -- Hot Summer Nights Nevada City Street Fair , 431 Broad Street, 265.2692 (6-9) Performing with: Tom MacDonald, Stephen Holland, Jim Bratt & Jonathan Merideth, and Jim Lowe. (Meanwhile the Sammie Awards will be held in Sacramento).

July 30 -- Channel 18 (Roseville) Live T.V Broadcast 7:00-8:00 PM "Original Friday Night Live" Program (Now in it's 10th year!!)

August 15 -- Nevada County Fair, KVMR Silver Stage / Live Broadcast 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

August 20 -- Cooper's saloon, Nevada City, 235 commercial st, 530 265.0116, 8:30- 12:00

Aug 26 -- The Village at Squaw Valley, (www.thevillageatsquaw.com) 5-7 p.m. 530-584.6269

August 28 -- Old Sierra City Hotel, Sierra City, 862.1300, Main Street, 8-12

September 5 -- Squaw Valley Alpen WineFest, (www.thevillageatsquaw.com) 2-5 p.m. 530-584.6269

September 17 -- Auburn Black & White Ball Party at Pistol Petes , 140 Harrison, Auburn, 8:00 to 1:00 $5.00

September 18 -- Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau "Grape Escape" WineFest in Crocker Park (Daytime event) www.cityofsacramento.org for more info

October 6 -- Objects in the Mirror on Jenny Michaels' KVMR show between 4:00 and 6:00 PM. www.kvmr.org

October 17 -- Lucchesi Winery, 11-5:00 PM as part of the Nevada County Wine Trail all day event. For tickets call 273.1596

October 23 -- "Thousands of Fingers -- A tribute to Steely Dan" Musical Costume Halloween Show -- Featuring Objects in the Mirror, Major Dudes Horn Section, with Grant Reeves and Lee Elderton, plus the Babylon Sisters on vocals: Lorraine Gervais and Beth Moore-Haines; Saul Rayo is the Emcee, Jerry Grant our talented arranger, and other local artists will be in attendance! Tunes from thirty years of Steely albums and CDs with a 13 piece concert band. This will be a big, fun show and only for the one night. Center For the Arts 530.274.8384 Info. Only 300 seats available so get your tickets fast! [*This 3 hour show sold out to SRO guests.]

November 11 -- Best of Sacramento, sponsored by Sacramento Magazine, a Benefit for the March of Dimes at the Sacto. Convention Center (4:00 - 0n) We're expecting 6,000 people for one of the best formal events of the year in Sacramento. Sharing the bill with Mick Martin and the Blues Rockers and Pablo Cruise. 916.452.6200 for more info, www.sacmag.com

November 20 -- Mountain Mandrin Festival, Gold Country Fairgrounds, Auburn, Saturday afternoon show 2-4 http://www.mandarinfestival.com

December 3 -- Channel 18 (Roseville) Live T.V Broadcast 7:00-8:00 PM "Original Friday Night Live" Program

December 5 -- California International Marathon (26K run in Sacramento) Finish-Line Stage! with Sacramento saxophonist Grant Reeves, 9:00 AM to noon. Sacramento Convention and Visitor's Bureau 916.264.8982 www.runcim.org

December 16 -- Crocker Art Museum Sacramento, Third Thursday at the Crocker Jazz Series Christmas Party 5:30 to 8:00 www.crockerartmuseum.org 216 "O" Street, (916) 264.5423

December 21 -- Studio 131, Improv Jazz Night, 131 Richardson St., Grass Valley, 530 272.1680

CALENDAR FOR 2003

January 3,4 -- Main Street Cafe
February 1 -- Main Street
February 7,8 -- Kirby's Creeksde
February 27 -- Constable Jack's
March 8 -- Main Street Cafe
March 18 -- Miner's Foundry w/ Saul Rayo Reunion -- Benefit Concert
May 2 -- Pistol Pete's, Auburn
June 21 -- Medical Transplant Benefit Concert, Cedar Ridge
July 5 --- Motherlode Reunion outdoor festival, Nevada City Pioneer Park, 10-10p.m. (5:00 - 6:00)
July 11 -- Pistol Pete's, Auburn , 140 harrison, 530-885-5093, 8-12
July 16 -- Old Brewery, Nevada City, Hot Summer Nights , 107 sacramento st, -8-12
July 17 -- Constable Jack's, Newcastle, 515 main st, 916.663.9385 7:30-10:00
July 18 -- Cooper's, Nevada City, 235 commercial st, 8:30- 12:00
July 20 -- Tahoe City-Tahoma Concert Series, Sluchak Park, Tahoma, 530.583.3796, 1:00-4:00pm
July 23 -- Hot Summer Nights Nevada City Street Fair , Broad Street, 530-272-8315 (6-9)
July 25 -- Old Sierra City Hotel, Sierra City, 862.1300, Main Street, 8-12
August 13 -- Truckee Amphitheater Evening Festival Concert Series, Truckee regional park, 530-582.7720. 6:30-8:30
August 29 -- Foggy Mountain Music Company Stage, Market Night, Grass Valley, 104 w. main, 530-273.6676 5-9
August 31 -- Kentucky Mine Series, Sierra City, Sierra City amphitheater, 530.862.1300, 6-10
September 13 -- Iron Mountain Winery Concert, Penn Valley, 16510 southridge rd, penn valley, 530-478-9450 7-11
September 20 -- Pistol Pete's along-side Auburn Black and White Ball street Fair, 140 harrison, 530-885-5093, 8-1
October 25 -- Crepe Vine -- Mombo Hernandez Jazz Series (Lodi) 114 w. pine st, lodi, 209.334.0887 6:-9:

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Fall 2002
Band started January 2002 and rehearsed nine months before taking our first gig.

September 13, 14 -- Main Street Cafe (Our First gig as a band)
September 21 -- Iron Mountain Winery Concert, Penn Valley
September 27, 28 -- Kirby's Creekside
October 11 -- Main Street Cafe
November 2 -- Brown's Valley (private party)
November 15, 16 -- Main Street Cafe
December 14 -- Main Street Cafe

Dec 2001: Mark and Perry and Pat start new group in Mark's garage, to later be named Objects in the Mirror. Pat begins managing band in January 2002.

 

ADDITIONAL LINKS:

Pat Jacobsen's music resume and contact information: http://www.fruitcratelabels.com/musresume.html

Pat's CD project as "Hasbeenwannabees"http://www.fruitcratelabels.com/hasbeens.html

Co-Founder www.extremeaudio.com - CD site for Independent musicians http://www.extremeaudio.com

(Last update: 6/15/05 )