Lucas Sanchez Band with opener Jack Quigley and $2 Oyster Deal

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Lucas Sanchez Band with opener Jack Quigley and $2 Oyster Deal

PLEASE NOTE THE CORRECTED DATE - Bay Area singer-songwriter offers energetic guitar work and a carefully crafted cocktail of genres.

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Almost Famous Wine Lounge 2271 S. Vasco Suite D Livermore, CA 94550

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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Please note the corrected date. This show is happening December 16th, not November 6th.

21+ Doors at 6 pm. Show at 6:30 pm. Main act starts at 8 pm. Please keep reading for more details about food, drink, seating and refunds at our venue.

Bay Area guitarist and singer-songwriter Lucas Sanchez offers energetic & distinctive guitar work, and a carefully crafted cocktail of rock, blues, funk, pop, and jazz. In addition to playing the Livermore Wine Country scene, he has played Freight & Salvage, TedXLivermore, Hotel Utah and Alameda County Fair, both solo and with his band Sugar Bear.

See them live at Almost Famous Wine Lounge, an award-winning, new tasting room and venue located on Vasco Road in the heart of Livermore's wine, spirits and brewery district. Almost Famous Wine makes fifteen wines in diverse styles, and earned 34 top industry awards since our debut last year.

There is a two drink minimum for each guest.

Ticket prices are subject to change, and sales are final. While we do not offer refunds, we are happy to apply the full credit of your purchase to another show.

Table seats cannot be claimed first come, first served until 7:45pm. Upgraded seating must otherwise be purchased. Outside food is welcome, but please bus your table of any food items when you are finished. No outside beverages, including non-alcoholic beverages. With a menu of 15 wines in diverse styles, a water station, and sophisticated non-alcoholic options, there's something for everyone.


Born and raised in the musically-rich San Francisco Bay Area, Lucas Sanchez is an up and coming guitarist, singer/songwriter, and composer, whose music is assured to grab your attention. His music is a carefully crafted cocktail of sounds that draw inspiration from rock, blues, funk, pop, jazz, and more. Lucas’s guitar work is energetic and distinct with underlying tones of Hendrix, Clapton, Satriani, and Stevie Ray Vaughan; while his songwriting is influenced by masters like Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, Sting, and Dave Matthews.

Lucas plays routinely around the Bay Area as a solo artist and a member of the band Sugar Bear. Some of the venues Lucas has played at in the past include Blacksmith Square, Wente Vineyards, Freight and Salvage, Yoshi's, Las Positas College (for TEDxLivermore), DNA Lounge, Hotel Utah, Darcie Kent Vineyards, and the Alameda County Fair; just to name a few.

Lucas’ educational background started when he began attending Las Positas College (which he later earned his music degree from) where he studied classical music, jazz, voice, guitar, and composition. After his time as Las Positas, he earned a scholarship to attend the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley where he spent his time studying various forms of jazz improvisation and composition.

In 2020 Lucas released his very first original work. He released a six-track EP of all original music to showcase his musical abilities. This self-titled EP is available on all streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal, etc.). Lucas also collaborates with artists through studio work and song writing. So far his main collaborations include Moonlight Jack and DELE. Lucas’ music is impossible to classify under one genre. He draws influence from many styles of music, new and old, all while making it, unmistakably, his own.

“I play music because I love music, and I feel strongly that creating and playing music is what I was born to do. Music is a gift to everyone and a force of nature that can change the world. I wish to use music to spread peace, understanding, love, acceptance, and diversity throughout the world, and to help abolish as much hatred in the world as I can. I hope to inspire people to pick up an instrument themselves or to, at least, venture out and experience more live music, so that they too can find their love of music and discover the extraordinary healing properties that music possesses.” - Lucas Sanchez