December 31

A New York New Year's Eve 

Imperial Hotel - Amador City

Celebrate your New Year's Eve with us at the historic Imperial Hotel.

Happy Hour at 5:00 p.m.  Enjoy a special menu for this evening in their elegant restaurant. Music starts around 6:00 p.m. 

The best place to make your resolutions!

For reservations contact the Imperial at  209-267-9172 or info@imperialamador.com

Mokelumne Crossing

Americana with a Foothills Twist

About the Band

2020 T.G.I.F. Free summer Concerts Series TBA

These concerts are held in various venues in Amador County and always are a rich community driven experience!

Sample our music.

Mokelumne Crossing

Updated  December 4, 2019

Demo credits:1. Cry of My Own Baby written by Patricia Jackson  (c) 2008 2. Knocking on Heaven's Door by Bob Dylan, sung by Gil Vanover (demo only) 3.Open D Blues (c)1985 written by Patricia Jackson 4. Plant the Seed (c) 2008 written by Patricia Jackson 5.Route 66 (1946) by Bobby Troup, sung by Jonathan Lack (demo only)  6. Waterbound (1870-1900) sung by John Hoffman (demo only)


We are now taking bookings, please contact 209-267-8056 for availability. 

December 7 

Imperial Hotel & Restaurant

Amador City

The Annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Amador City is this weekend, Dec. 7th.

Christmas Tree Lighting at 4:00 p.m.

Mokelumne Crossing's music

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Merry Christmas from the band!

 Dinner reservations -  info@imperialamador or call  209-267-9172

Mokelumne Crossing

What's on your calendar?

In the winter of 2008 Mokelumne Crossing began as a collaborative acoustic ensemble comprising singer/songwriter, and recording artist, Patricia Jackson; guitarist/ harmonic and vocals, Gil Vanover and multi-instrumentalist/ vocalist, Jonathan Lack.


The band began performing together locally in 2009, and quickly became an integral part of the music scene in Amador, Calaveras County and Stockton area.


Summer of 2011 John Hoffman joined the band introducing a solid articulated bass and vocals. January 2017 Doug Spainhower joined as our drummer and added a fifth vocal harmony. He is a shining example of rhythm keeping, solid rock to jazz grooves.


Mokelumne Crossing has a refreshing variety of styles: Celtic/Irish standards, rhythm and blues, toe-tapping country, soft rock and oldies, as well as a unique collection of Jackson’s acoustically driven originals.