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Congregation Beth Shalom Benefit Concert Iconic Fleetwood Macramé to Rock JaM Cellars Ballroom

By Lisa Adams Walter

L-R: Lindsey Everly, Tori Fulkerson-Jones, Linda Moody, Owen Adair, and Kelley Jai Bird

If you did not get enough of Stevie Nicks at BottleRock this year, a magical dose of the music of Fleetwood Mac will be played live at Napa’s JaM Cellars Ballroom by Fleetwood Macramé: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band on Saturday, June 15 to benefit Congregation Beth Shalom.

More than a tribute band, Fleetwood Macramé takes audiences on a musical journey flashing back to the late 60s and extending all the way to today. The original Fleetwood Mac band was a British-American rock band founded in 1967 in London. Together the members released a string of hits primarily in the late 70s and 80s. 

What had begun as a blues band, evolved into a folksy pop rock musical style. Their 1975 album Fleetwood Mac topped the Billboard 200 chart in the United States and then in 1977 the album Rumours featured four U.S. Top 10 singles and long-recognized tunes including Dreams, Go Your Own Way, The Chain, and You Make Loving Fun.

Fleetwood Macramé is comprised of a talented group of musicians that perform the beloved hits and deep cuts from the legendary band’s extensive musical history. The show will fill the JaM Cellars Ballroom with live music, to which fans typically sing and dance to all night long. 

The members of Fleetwood Macramé include Linda Moody, a multifaceted musician and singer who emulates Stevie Nicks. Joining her is drummer Jai Bird, bassist Tori Fulkerson-Jones, guitarist Owen Adair Kelley, and Lindsay Everly, an adventurous singer and songwriter, as well as dueling pianos entertainer. 

“We are thrilled to bring the timeless music of Fleetwood Mac to life with Fleetwood Macramé,” said Congregation Beth Shalom member, Maxine Miluso whose daughter-in-law Jai Bird is a member of the band. “This event is a celebration of the band’s incredible legacy and the profound impact their music has had on generations of fans. Get ready for an unforgettable night of nostalgia, passion, and pure rock-n-roll energy performed by an amazing tribute band. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit Congregation Beth Shalom’s operational, educational and social programs.”

Congregation Beth Shalom is a Jewish Reform synagogue that has been central to Jewish life in the Napa Valley for more than 70 years, and a participant in the Napa Interfaith Council. The congregation is producing this concert, building upon the success of a Jim Curry concert at JaM Cellars Ballroom held in the past, which was a tribute to the late John Denver, said Maura Sparks “We wanted to repeat the fun and excitement of offering another concert for the community.”

If you are local and haven’t yet been to the JaM Cellars Ballroom, it is a very historic and located upstairs in the Napa Valley Opera House. Once the main theatre, the room has been transformed, preserving the original stage, into a world-class performing arts venue with a dance hall sort of vibe. 

Tickets for Fleetwood Macramé: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band are available now and can be purchased online at or at the door on the day of the event.


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