Benefiting Mark Day School’s South African School Partnerships
Since making their live public debut in mid-2022, Walking Mirrors has taken the North Bay live rock n’ roll music scene by storm. After tearing down the house at all the major Marin venues (Sweetwater Music Hall, Hopmonk Novato and sold out Rancho Nicasio) the band “rockingly” returns to the iconic Sweetwater Music Hall for a second time.
Originally formed in 2019 by singer songwriter Mark Nelson and lead guitarist and producer Craig Bartock (Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Inductee band HEART), the band has assembled some of the top rock musicians in the North Bay (thirty-year Joe Satriani drummer Jeff Campitelli and ranked the 50th greatest drummer of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine, Bad ass bass player Angeline Saris (Todd Rundgren, Narada Michael Walden, Zepperella), and shredding guitarist Aidan Nelson (Deer Hollow, Berklee College of Music).
Delivering a classic but insanely original brand of reflective rock n roll, the band is led by Craig’s ripping guitar tones and overall musical direction, and Marks carefully crafted story-telling and raw vocals. The music is heavily influenced by the raw energy of the Rolling Stones and storytelling and approachability of Tom Petty. The band’s live sets include carefully selected songs from our twenty-six-piece original catalogue, and a host of synergistic cover songs that just make you feel the way you were meant to feel. Damn good
Walking Mirrors released their second studio album “Nothing Left for Gray” at the end of 2022,
three years after cutting their self-titled album back in 2019. Both albums are certain to “move you”
For the band, everything we do comes back to community connection and support…what can we do, as artists and musicians, to make the lives of others just a little bit better, and brighter.
In service to our mission, all WM ticket proceeds are donated to local not for profits. To date, beneficiaries included Bridge the Gap CollegePrep, Sweetwater Music Hall, Nicasio Volunteer Fire Department, and Redwood Credit Union Community Fund (Raised over $10,000 for this one event)