Live Music

What goes better with good wine, food, and company than live music! The Festival of Wine & Food provides several bands
throughout the event for your enjoyment.

 Saturday, May 27th



scott_taylor_band4-7pm: Scott Taylor Band

It’s all about the music,” says front man, Scott Taylor of The Scott Taylor Band.

Scott Taylor has been performing in the Texas club and dance hall scene with his brand of country music for over 15 years and knows a thing or two about what it takes to entertain the masses. His high-energy show “doesn’t slow down until they kick us out.” That’s what keeps the fans coming back for more, night after night.

Scott Taylor, formerly the lead singer of the well – known South Texas band, The Emotions, (The band that helped to launch Curb recording artist David Kersh’s career) has forged his own path to create country music with his own style and sound. “I grew up listening to, and learning from, songs and artist’s back in the good old dance hall days,” Scott says of his early days in the music business. Today, you can hear much of that influence in the bands set list and original recorded material.

The band members that Scott Taylor has been able to attract to his organization are top-notch musicians that gravitate toward a great show and great music. It’s no wonder they joined up to form The Scott Taylor Band.

Sammy Zamora: Drums
David Stockton: Bass Guitar
Billy Jo High: Lead Guitar
Wade Stockton: Fiddle
Mike Parker: Harmonica
Steve Carson: Lead Guitar

Over the years, Scott Taylor and the band have shared stages with artist’s such as Tracy Lawrence, Shenandoah, Rick Trevino, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen, SheDaisy, Big & Rich, David Kersh, Jason Boland, Reckless Kelly & Jack Ingram to name a few.

September 2012 saw the band back in the studio recording their second studio album, Beautiful Sin, which was released February 16, 2013. The first single, “I Hate You” spent approximately 18 weeks on the charts. “Marlboros & Merle”, the second single off the CD, was released to radio the week of August 26, 2013. The Scott Taylor Band is running full steam ahead with high expectations of their career’s success and look forward to what the future holds.

“My dream has always been to make a living in the music business and I will play music till the day I die.”
-Scott Taylor


7:30-11pm:  The Honeysuckle Roses


Band Members Include:

Cody Taylor
Kevin Garinger
Nate Vancil







Sunday, May 28th


2-4pm: The Raven Cliff Band








4-7pm: The Mojo Faction










Band pic

7:30 – 10pm: Another Level

Another Level started in Victoria, TX in April 2003. The band brought their flavor of old school variety to Port O’Connor, Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, Ingleside, and eventually to Corpus Christi.  By 2005, the band moved to the Corpus Christi area and by this time had a loyal following for the variety of old school music and style of high energy performances they provide.

Their song list takes people to “back in the day” with tunes from Boz Scaggs, Isley Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Lakeside, Steely Dan, Santana, and Sade just to name a few.  Another Level not only headlines festivals and events; but also performs as the opening act for an array of artists.

Their niche is their awareness that although not all audiences are willing to dance they are willing to listen to a variety of music and to be entertained if it is performed with the same level of passion and creativity as the original artists.

Another Level’s motto is:


The current lineup for the band is

Cheryl Navarre – Lead Vocals/Drums

Jesse Mesa – BGV/Percussion

Joel Silva – BGV/Keyboard

Pete Barrientes – Bass

Joe Trigo – Guitar


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