Due to a reporting error, Napa Patch on Saturday published a profile of the band Whiskey and Stitches indicating that the Sacramento trio would perform during Napa Porchfest.
Whiskey and Stitches is not among the more than 30 performing artists slated to play during Napa's first-ever community festival of music and porches, July 31 from 2 to 5 p.m.
The free, self-guided music tour, the first of its kind in Napa, is sponsored by Napa County Landmarks and Napa Patch.
Click the highlighted band names on the list for individual links to artist profiles, photos and videos, or click the "" tag below to see a complete list of articles.
446 South Jefferson: TBA; home of Heather Stanton
256 Franklin: (guitar duo); home of David Mahaffey and Linda Brown
266 Randolph: Napa Valley Ramblers (bluegrass), home of Lynn and Henry Michalski
411 Randolph: (jump blues), the
427 Even: Sharon Hedlund, Donovan Jurich; home of the Watter family
487 Jefferson: , jazzy accordion; home of Tom Collins and J. Panter
569 Randolph: Marie Ferrini-Cedric Curtis Blues Band,
576 Seminary: (harmony); home of Ernie Schlobom and Carol Lane
1043 Vallejo: John Kelly and Jennifer Jeckel (Irish/folk); home of Mike & Tracy Drash
1206 Oak: In the Know, Dan Grantham, Charlotte Watter; home of Lance and Miki Hsu Leavey
1326 Oak Street: (blues); home of Al Gillette
1339 C: Cliff Greenwood and the Monsters
1340 Fourth: Residual Sugar; COPE Family Center
1441 Center: Sow Belly Trio; home of Beverly Shotwell
1475 Fourth: (percussion) with Frank Hernandez and Richard Perot; Migliavacca Mansion
1607 Muller: Eloquence Strings, Trevor Lyon; home of the Humer family
1613 B: Chuck Mottern, Ron Bruder; home of Kara Brunzell
1629 Seminary: Rachel Sculley, Lessette Banda (singer-songwriters); home of Sarah Barry
1732 York: Melissa Phillips Band; home of Barbara O'Donnell
1907 Spencer: , Ove the Garden (alternative); home of Beth Schutz
2109 First: Anna Pfeifer, (jazz); home of Nina Jacobs
2133 First: Eight Hands Afoot (classical works arranged for two pianos and four performers); home of Juliana Inman and John Poole