Welcome to the home of Mike Rufo's music, featuring the recently released CD - Nothin' But Now - songs from his 2012 CD - Streets of Plenty, videos,  RoofJamz House Concert and show updates, new releases, and his popular civil liberties parody -  Spyin' Eyes.

Vents Magazine - "While some new acts are all about blending different genres together in the search of a new sound, ...[Mike Rufo] is trying to bring back the pure days of folk music with its melodic and harmonious music reminiscent of acts such as Leonard Cohen, Simon & Garfunkel with some Beach Boys hints. Nothin’ But Now sees Rufo showcasing his continued growth as an artist while crafting a fresh modern sound that is entirely his own."

APRIL SHOWs w NPR Tiny Desk Winner Gaelynn Lea!  Santa Cruz, Nevada City, SF, Sonoma, Ashland, Seattle, and Vancouver, BC! See the Calendar for more info.

Mike has hosted and opened for some great performers at his RoofJamz house concert including The Real Sarahs, Jimbo Scott, Blue Summit, Heart Hunters, Graham Patzner, Madeline Tasquin, and LightWorkers Union (Robin Applewood/Chris Bryson).  See the Calendar tab on this website for more info/RSVP. 

 

I've had an incredible experience releasing Nothin' But Nowplaying lots of shows, and having the pleasure of performing with many great artists and for great causes, thank you everyone for being a part of these shows! 

In 2017, I was delighted to co-produce two Folk Fights Back shows which raised funds for the Ella Baker Center and Pacific Center for Human Growth.  Below I was punchy pleased to perform Darling Corey with the unbelievably talented fiddle master Brandon Godman and his bluegrass band (with my No Exit band mate, David Johnson, on the high harmony)!

Video: Story Behind New CD, Nothin' But Now, (Released: 7/15/16)

 

 Video for Night Birds, from the new CD Nothin' But Now

 

Mike also plays his rock tunes in the Bay Area band No Exit.  You can check out No Exit at:  https://www.facebook.com/NoExitBand.BayArea and http://www.reverbnation.com/noexitsf

 

Video of Can You See Me, rock & roll tune - inspired by the great Ursula K. Le Guin's short story - The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas - from my 2012 CD, Streets of Plenty, shot on a spectacular San Francisco rooftop.

 

 

Yoshi's Oakland

 

 

 

And now for something different, good times interview with the Big Cat - Tony King! Fun starts at minute 8:55.

 

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