WIDE Open Mic
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Tuesday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Thursday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Jordan Wiegert Quartet with Lord Shambleton
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

Jordan Wiegert Quartet with Lord Shambleton

The Jordan Wiegert Jazz Quartet combines modern musical sensibilities with the tried and true style of the jazz tradition. The result is a noticeably “jazz” sound with a powerful groove permeating every layer of its music. Lead by Montana-born drummer Jordan Wiegert, this quartet aims to give everyone something to enjoy, whether you’re a jazz connoisseur or a pop aficionado.  

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Intrinsic Factor // Feeling People Feeling People // Rob Moura
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Intrinsic Factor // Feeling People Feeling People // Rob Moura

Begun as the solo recording project of Izzy Majcher, Intrinsic Factor now includes Eamon Gaffney on bass, Jack Noe on drums and Anthony Scanga on guitar. Based on organic rock songwriting, Intrinsic Factor brings in synthetic elements and samples to augment and decorate their songs, from the reversed synth intro of “Dominoes” to the recurring eerie howling and bubbling sounds of “Ghost Water”. Live, the band seeks to create a driving energy with guitar, drums and bass, but combined with other exciting colors including electric piano, harpsichord, synths and even glockenspiel.


Vocals, Guitar, Keyboard, Glockenspiel  / Izzy Majcher

Guitar, Synth / Anthony Scanga

Bass / Eamon Gaffney

Drums / Jack Noe

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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
26
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Tuesday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Roosevelt High Jam Session
Feb
27
7:30 PM19:30

Roosevelt High Jam Session

 

Led by Director Scott Brown, a dedicated educator and accomplished jazz artist, Roosevelt Jazz is considered one of the top high school jazz programs in the nation, consisting of four instrumental big bands and one vocal jazz group, all supported by the Roosevelt Jazz Booster Club.

Students from all ensembles come together for an afternoon of music and jazz jam. Hosted by our Jazz 2/4 director and trumpeter, Michael Van Bebber, and Jazz 3 director and saxophonist, Mark Taylor.

Open to the public.

Learn more about Roosevelt Jazz — www.rooseveltjazz.org

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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Thursday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Brendan McGovern Quartet
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

Brendan McGovern Quartet

Brendan McGovern is a multi instrumentalist born and raised in Seattle. He has played the saxophone and piano for over 12 years, clarinet for 7 years, and flute for 2 years. He played in the nationally acclaimed Roosevelt High School jazz band, and later graduated from UW with a BM in Jazz Performance. Brendan has always been interested in music that blends genres. That and his recent explorations into the flute have led him to prepare the Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio, by French pianist/composer Claude Bolling. In seven distinct movements, the suite draws inspiration primarily from the Baroque era of Classical music combined with swing and bebop from jazz. Brendan will be performing with a brand new band for the occasion, featuring Remy Morritt on drums, Marina Christopher on bass, and his one and only father, Monty McGovern on piano. This is Brendan’s first gig as a leader since returning from his travels in Southeast Asia and other places. He hopes you can make it out to enjoy this much beloved piece.


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Lisa Sanders with Karen "Brown Sugar" Hayes
Mar
6
6:00 PM18:00

Lisa Sanders with Karen "Brown Sugar" Hayes

Lisa Sanders is an electrifying harmonizer. Her heartfelt songs are genuine with deep meaning and conviction.  A musical style that can only be described as a soulful country blues, her genres include folk pop, gospel, rock and jazz. Writing, singing and producing from her heart in nearly every genre for over three decades, Sanders continues to make an impact in the musical world.

Sanders has worked with musical legends including the Truckee Brothers, Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Rait, Al Green, BB King and Babyface. Sanders continues to songwrite, produce and collaborate with artists from all over. She currently resides in San Diego as the founder of Star Woodwork by Lisa. Star Woodwork by Lisa specializes in handcrafted wooden materials into beautiful objects, structures and garden pieces.

Lisa Sanders and Karen "Brown Sugar" Hayes are a pair of electrifying, bodacious, harmonizing singers of genuine heartfelt songs. This country-bluesy duo have been performing there unique style of music for over ten years to enthusiastic fans across America. 

Lisa Sanders and Brown Sugar are set to tour in support of their 8th CD release Shiver, nominated for San Diego Music Awards Best Pop Album. Produced and recorded by Jeff Berkley of Berkley Hart. Recorded with the Lisa Sanders Band, led by Jeff Berkley. 

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Elliott Bay Blues Band with the Brendan McGovern Quartet
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Elliott Bay Blues Band with the Brendan McGovern Quartet

The Elliott Bay Blues Band brings classic blues, delta blues and southern rock, covering songs by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Tab Benoit, Ray Charles, The Beatles, Free, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Gary Clark Jr., Jonny Lang and more.

 

Brendan McGovern is a multi instrumentalist born and raised in Seattle. He has played the saxophone and piano for over 12 years, clarinet for 7 years, and flute for 2 years. He played in the nationally acclaimed Roosevelt High School jazz band, and later graduated from UW with a BM in Jazz Performance. Brendan has always been interested in music that blends genres. That and his recent explorations into the flute have led him to prepare the Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio, by French pianist/composer Claude Bolling. In seven distinct movements, the suite draws inspiration primarily from the Baroque era of Classical music combined with swing and bebop from jazz. Brendan will be performing with a brand new band for the occasion, featuring Remy Morritt on drums, Marina Christopher on bass, and his one and only father, Monty McGovern on piano. This is Brendan’s first gig as a leader since returning from his travels in Southeast Asia and other places. He hopes you can make it out to enjoy this much beloved piece.

 

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North Seattle Youth Jam
Mar
10
5:30 PM17:30

North Seattle Youth Jam

This is an all-ages open mic jam session geared towards the under 21 crowd.  Bring your Real Book, play jazz standards and work on improvisation in a fun and supportive environment.  Instrumentalists, vocalists, tap dancers and jazz fans welcome!  Professional host trio includes Cliff Swiggett-trombone, Nelda Swiggett-piano, Anna Doak-bass, Randy Doak-drums.    Table seating and full dinner menu available.  $10 donation

What to expect:  Drums, keyboard, upright bass, microphone, bass and guitar amps available for your use.  Participants will sign in on a clipboard at the door.  List your name, instrument and at least one jazz standard you know and would like to play.  If your piece is not in the Real Book bring 3 copies of it.  If you are a vocalist bring charts in your key.  Invite your friends, play music, order food, have fun!

Questions?  Contact Anna Doak, (206) 784-6626 or email thebasschurch@aol.com

Not sure what you want to play?  Here is a sample list of pieces from past sessions. 

All Blues, All Of Me, Autumn Leaves, Black Orpheus, Blue Bossa, Blues By Five, Body & Soul, C Jam Blues, Footprints, Cherokee, I Could Write A Book, My Funny Valentine, There Is No Greater Love, There Will Never Be Another You, Someday My Prince Will Come, Song For My Father, Stella by Starlight


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Craig Marker
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Craig Marker

Over the past few years, Craig Marker has been using his music to capture the stories of those around him. There is a certain honesty that accompanies his storytelling — one that preserves the underlying feelings of desperation, hope, and uncertainty as he translates story to song. These songs reflect experiences of the past, struggles of the present, and dreams of the future — asking, “what if dreams can come true...and what happens if they don't?" He explains, “I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I like to think that I’m starting to ask the right questions.” 

Rooted in acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals, he is simplistic yet purposeful in his style — forming a modern sound that is classically inspired.

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Lilac Season with Aester and Ian Hughes
Mar
18
6:30 PM18:30

Lilac Season with Aester and Ian Hughes

The poetic imagery and gritty rock edges of Seattle singer-songwriter Lynn Fahselt’s alternative folk tunes emerge from personal stories,  reaching out to connect us through the emotions we all share.  Images of Manta rays, chickadees, and cottonwood threads float throughout Lynn’s acoustic guitar compositions asking questions about love and identity.  

Find Lynn’s EP, “4000” at lilacseason.bandcamp.com

Aester is an acoustic trio that performs original songs in search of the perfect 3-part vocal harmony. You can find them playing original, harmony-rich music at local house shows, open-mics, and DIY spaces.

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Roosevelt High School JAM Session
Mar
20
7:30 PM19:30

Roosevelt High School JAM Session

Led by Director Scott Brown, a dedicated educator and accomplished jazz artist, Roosevelt Jazz is considered one of the top high school jazz programs in the nation, consisting of four instrumental big bands and one vocal jazz group, all supported by the Roosevelt Jazz Booster Club.

Students from all ensembles come together for an afternoon of music and jazz jam. Hosted by our Jazz 2/4 director and trumpeter, Michael Van Bebber, and Jazz 3 director and saxophonist, Mark Taylor.

Open to the public.

Learn more about Roosevelt Jazz — www.rooseveltjazz.org


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Bug Hunter with Dravus House
Mar
29
7:00 PM19:00

Bug Hunter with Dravus House

John Wozniak of Marcy Playground says Bug Hunter is “Relentlessly Clever... AWESOME”

Focused on turning mundane moments into emotion-packed tunes, Bug Hunter’s style is often compared to 21 Pilots, Blink-182, and Death Cab For Cutie - but they have carved out a niche that fans can’t easily classify.

Dravus House is an alternative folk duo consisting of Elena Loper and Cooper Stoulil based in Seattle. In Dravus House’s music, Loper’s vocals, songwriting, and guitar playing weave together with Stoulil’s emotive electric guitar picking in the style of folk duos such as Gillian Welch/David Rawlings and the Milk Carton Kids. According to sound engineer Johnny Bregar, “Loper’s unique melodic sensibility is reminiscent of Joni Mitchell and trans-Atlantic modality”

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Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

Harris Face with Fond Farewell

Harris Face is a folk-rock-blues artist based in Seattle, WA.  Percussive guitar, harmonica, and emotive rock dominate his music, drawing comparisons with an acoustic Springsteen, the Counting Crows, and modern roots crusaders like William Elliott Whitmore.  Sprinkling light banter between his folk ramblings and blues confessionals, Harris Face has a voice that is at times nostalgic and hopeful, at times serious and ironic, but always full of the dreams and withdrawals of a DC political junkie.

Emerging from a bustling Washington, DC singer-songwriter scene, (and featuring at the Kennedy Center, the Capital City Showcase, and Rock & Roll Hotel) Harris has toured the east coast and Midwest with Adrian Krygowski and Amber Dutton, and shared the stage with Brothers Lazaroff and The Vespers.

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Fox and Bones
Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

Fox and Bones

Fox and Bones are the modern day Bonnie and Clyde, if Bonnie and Clyde had driven a Volvo and played folk-pop music. Based in Portland, OR, these internationally touring sweethearts aren't your average duo. Rather than simply documenting their experiences in song, Sarah Vitort and Scott Gilmore write from the perspective of quasi-fictional characters. There’s Fox, a down-and-out it girl, and Bones, a rootless orphan bad boy with a heart of gold. The two fall for each other, decide to hit the road, and never look back. The characters, as well as their real-life counterparts, use music as the canvas on which they paint a new life together that defies traditional relationship roles and life goals. Their music is ripe with vocal harmonies that pull at the heartstrings and a complex, at times metaphysical, lyrical landscape. Each element serves their stories of a life lived on the road, in pursuit of a dream that most never have the courage to chase. Live, they give audiences a peek into their world and challenge them to believe in life, adventure, and modern love.

Check them out here:

https://www.foxandbones.com/bio

https://www.facebook.com/FoxandBones/

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Flight Mongoose with The Imported
May
3
7:00 PM19:00

Flight Mongoose with The Imported

Flight Mongoose is a four-piece, high energy Indie Rock band from Sacramento California, formed in 2014. With influences that range from The Black Keys to The Beatles, Flight Mongoose’s music is driven by garage rock and bluesy punk, with a focus on captivating vocal melodies and face melting guitar riffs. Their debut EP, Peach Fuzz (2017) was released in June of this year initiating their first tour. They have played some pretty cool events and venues like Sacramento's The Boardwalk, Solano Stroll in Berkeley, 2017 California State Fair, Whiskey A Go-Go in Los Angeles and Kelly's Olympian in Portland.

Joining Flight Mongoose will be The Imported. The Imported hail from Sacramento, CA and formed in 2018. Nicolo Scozzari (vocals, guitar), Antonio Baldasari (vocals, guitar, violin), Benny Banach (drums), and Nick Beale (vocals, piano, violin) form a powerhouse that emanates the essence of Rock, Jazz and Blues. Although newly formed, they are currently working on an EP, available in March 2019. Their just released single, No Shame, can be found on SoundCloud. This is only the beginning.

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Balkan Night
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

Balkan Night

Come join Balkanarama for a fun night of lively Balkan dance music. This will be a benefit for the Deering family, truly the heart and soul of our PNW dance community. 100% of your donations will go to Tom and Sidney so please dig into your pockets and support them through this difficult time. (Though save a bit to enjoy the great food and drinks at Stone Way Cafe!) All-ages, and pay-what-you-can. If you can't make it in person you can still donate here: https://www.facebook.com/donate/783322475339646/

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Feb
15
7:00 PM19:00

GlobeMed Benefit Concert

GlobeMed at UW as a club has a primary goal to fundraise for our grassroots partner nonprofit NGO in Kenya called NECOFA (Network for Eco-Farming in Africa). NECOFA does amazing work with sustainable agriculture, women empowerment, and sustainable economic growth in communities that the government has overlooked (as well as so much more). All profits from the event would go straight to this partner. At the end of the year, four of our own club members will go and intern at NECOFA for the summer. There, they will help NECOFA run operations in a thoughtful way. Rather than instruct NECOFA on how to run their nonprofit, the interns involve the local community as much as possible, dialoguing with them about what issues they face and what they want to see happen in their community. With that information, the interns return to NECOFA with the information, assess current public health projects happening, brainstorm new project ideas with NECOFA, and work on implementing them in the communities.  Specifically, your donation will go to projects happening on Kokwa Island in Kenya such as vertical gardens, school supplies, reusable female sanitation kits, and more! Any contribution helps our cause, and we hope you join us for an evening filled with great music, great people, and a great cause! You can also donate online at: https://squareup.com/market/uw-globemed

Websites:

GlobeMed: http://uwglobemed.org 

NECOFA: http://www.necofakenya.or.ke


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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
14
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Thursday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Tuesday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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North Seattle Youth Jam
Feb
10
5:30 PM17:30

North Seattle Youth Jam

This is an all-ages open mic jam session geared towards the under 21 crowd.  Bring your Real Book, play jazz standards and work on improvisation in a fun and supportive environment.  Instrumentalists, vocalists, tap dancers and jazz fans welcome!  Professional host trio includes Cliff Swiggett-trombone, Nelda Swiggett-piano, Anna Doak-bass, Randy Doak-drums.    Table seating and full dinner menu available.  $10 donation

What to expect:  Drums, keyboard, upright bass, microphone, bass and guitar amps available for your use.  Participants will sign in on a clipboard at the door.  List your name, instrument and at least one jazz standard you know and would like to play.  If your piece is not in the Real Book bring 3 copies of it.  If you are a vocalist bring charts in your key.  Invite your friends, play music, order food, have fun!

Questions?  Contact Anna Doak, (206) 784-6626 or email thebasschurch@aol.com

Not sure what you want to play?  Here is a sample list of pieces from past sessions. 

All Blues, All Of Me, Autumn Leaves, Black Orpheus, Blue Bossa, Blues By Five, Body & Soul, C Jam Blues, Footprints, Cherokee, I Could Write A Book, My Funny Valentine, There Is No Greater Love, There Will Never Be Another You, Someday My Prince Will Come, Song For My Father, Stella by Starlight


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Cityscaper with Squirtgun Suicide
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Cityscaper with Squirtgun Suicide

Cityscaper is a young, up-and-coming band from Seattle, WA. Having recently released their debut album, Days Go By, they are striving to spread their message of thought and inspiration to everyone who can hear.

Their high-energy, yet introspective, set is both crowd-interactive and inward-looking, while keeping it clean. They are a great choice for any atmosphere, whether it is a full setup or an intimate acoustic set. 

Squirtgun Suicide is a five-piece punk-rock band out of the University of Washington around lead singer/rhythm guitarist JJ, singer Connor Everest, lead guitarist Mason Guiste, bassist Zale de Jong and drummer Zach Wildfang. The band has had a rotating lineup with the most recent coming together in the fall of 2018 and since then we have written five original songs and played a few shows in the Seattle area.

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WIDE Open Mic
Feb
7
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Thursday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Amateur Eyes// Ray Winston// The Portsiders
Feb
6
6:00 PM18:00

Amateur Eyes// Ray Winston// The Portsiders

amateur eyes debut album "i" available now everywhere

amateur eyes is a rock band founded in Saline, Michigan in 2012 by John Pederson. The name is a reference to the poem "When I Heard The Learn'd Astronomer" by Walt Whitman. during his time at the University of Michigan, John’s love for music made it difficult for him to care about school, and after earning grades that reflected that, he took an indefinite hiatus from academia do justice to the songs that had been trapped in his head for so long. amateur eyes’ debut album “i” was recorded in Cleveland, Ohio with Dave Douglas of Relient K and was released in Ann Arbor, MI on March 28th, 2015. "i" promises nostalgia and guitar centric, catchy tunes.

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Aaron Jones with Rio Devore and Luke Edstrom
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

Aaron Jones with Rio Devore and Luke Edstrom

Aaron Jones is a PNW based singer-songwriter. While living in Utah, Aaron fell in love with classics like the Byrds, Niel young and the Flatlanders.  Aaron's main inspirations are Gram Parsons, Conor Oberst. Aaron derives most of his lyrics from personal experiences as well as watching what others are going through. Along with writing music, Aaron is a published author, as well.. He published his first book in April, 2018 and has begun working on a second.


https://www.amazon.com/Wheels-Run-Dry-Losing-religion-ebook/dp/B07CBSQ54G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547062769&sr=8-1&keywords=wheels+run+dry

Rio Devore is an independent singer-songwriter originally from Redlands, CA who has recently relocated to Seattle, WA. Last spring, Rio released his first solo album, Learning to Laugh at the Sad Parts, that was produced and recorded in Salt Lake City, Utah by folk artist Joshua James and is available on all major streaming platforms. After the album release, Rio took to the road to play several weeks of shows up and down the West Coast. Currently, Rio is working on a new album that he will co-produce with Sound Engineer Brian Zieske. Rio is looking forward to collaborating with local artists and playing more shows in beautiful Seattle area.  


For booking: riodevore@gmail.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rio_devore/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riodevoremusic

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/797STHQcvRwmT0Fqx2bAVs

Luke Edstrom is an 18-year-old Singer/Songwriter from Kirkland. Inspired by the likes John Mayer, Elliott Smith, The Beatles, and Josh Homme, Luke has been writing his own music for the past 6 years. He has been made his way around the local open mics, establishing himself as a performer. Luke blends his lyrics with easy to follow chord progressions that makes the message a bit deeper and warmer.


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Elizabeth Boaz Quartet with Justin Moran
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Elizabeth Boaz Quartet with Justin Moran

Elizabeth Boaz is a 19 year old singer/songwriter who has performed with her quartet around Northern CA for over four years, and has recently starting performing in Seattle, WA as well. Elizabeth brings a unique perspective of life into her music, spinning poignant lyrics that are both worldly but innocent, and looking at everyday events through an honest eye, filled with raw emotion and depth. Drawing on inspirations ranging from cameras to relationships and even her puppy, her music recalls classic singer songwriters while bringing her distinct personality to the forefront. 

Justin Moran is a Seattle based singer-songwriter. On his first EP “Blurry,” Justin creates haunted, minimalistic, indie rock. Reserved to electric guitar and vocals, space is given to tune into the lyrics.

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WIDE Open Mic
Jan
31
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Tuesday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Kyle Gresham with Pebble n the Crick
Jan
30
6:00 PM18:00

Kyle Gresham with Pebble n the Crick

The eldest son of two college teachers, Kyle grew up in North Dakota where books, music, and athletics were all encouraged (along with a healthy respect for cold weather). Seeking adventure, he attended the Air Force Academy and then spent 23 years as an Air Force officer and scientist. Now living in Seattle, he is writes original songs that promote progressive values while keeping everyone's feet tapping.

Check him out at:

www.kylegresham.com

Based in Seattle, Pebble n the Crick is a folk/country/pop band focused on music that tells stories and paints pictures. Described as a 'folksy, acoustic duo with intricate melodic harmonies, fun takes on cover songs, and passionately written original songs.'

Check them out at:

www.pebblenthecrick.com

Vocals, Guitar / Derek Eisel

Vocals, Guitar / Stacy Hoffman Smedley

Guitar / Lisa Gemme
Electric Guitar, Harmonica / Rick Krejci 

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Eclectrick with Huey and the Inflowentials
Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

Eclectrick with Huey and the Inflowentials

Hailing from the drizzy city of Seattle, ECLECTRICK will take you on a genre-bending trip through funky grooves, reggae riddims, bluegrass twang, rockin drops, and everything in between.

Their booty-shaking shows are something like you’ve never seen.

Growing up in a tiny town with nothing better to do, guitarist Sky Stahl and bassist Taylor Dumas formed a metal band in middle school and began building their powerhouse sound.

Big city adventures brought dummer TJ Orgovan and keyboardist Scott Anders into the mix, thus completing the funk rock quartet that would become ECLECTRICK.

This squadron of funk bois is here to shred and have a really good time!

http://www.eclectrickmusic.com/

Huey and the Inflowentials

From your first encounter with their fresh take on jazz and hip-hop, it’s easy to see why Huey and the InFLOWentials are quickly rising to the top of both respective scenes in their hometown of Seattle. Thoughtful lyrics paint poetic portraits over a backdrop of nuanced instrumental grooves, pioneering new sounds that won’t get out of your head. They have shared the stage with notables including Robert Glasper and Gifted Gab, and rocked iconic venues including the Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theater's, so you can be sure their shows aren’t ones to miss!

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North Seattle Youth Jam
Jan
13
5:30 PM17:30

North Seattle Youth Jam

This is an all-ages open mic jam session geared towards the under 21 crowd.  Bring your Real Book, play jazz standards and work on improvisation in a fun and supportive environment.  Instrumentalists, vocalists, tap dancers and jazz fans welcome!  Professional host trio includes Cliff Swiggett-trombone, Nelda Swiggett-piano, Anna Doak-bass, Randy Doak-drums.    Table seating and full dinner menu available.  $10 cover

WATCH VIDEO of Jan 2018 Youth Jam

What to expect:  Drums, keyboard, upright bass, microphone, bass and guitar amps available for your use.  Participants will sign in on a clipboard at the door.  List your name, instrument and at least one jazz standard you know and would like to play.  If your piece is not in the Real Book bring 3 copies of it.  If you are a vocalist bring charts in your key.  Invite your friends, play music, order food, have fun!

Questions?  Contact Anna Doak, (206) 784-6626 or email thebasschurch@aol.com

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5 Feet Up!
Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

5 Feet Up!

5 Feet Up is a jazz quintet of young musicians coming from the Seattle area’s successful high school jazz programs. Bell Thompson will be returning from Temple University in Philadelphia, where she studies jazz performance, and Marco Thompson will be returning from Whitman college. We play fresh takes on standards, with original arrangements and compositions. Having previously played on KNKX, we are thrilled to show more of our work to a greater audience. Come see us for a fun and exciting concert of your favorite jazz tunes! The band will feature Bell Thompson (trumpet), Aidan Siemann (tenor saxophone), Marco Thompson (bass), Jacob Linden (piano), and Kevin Murphy (drums).


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WIDE Open Mic
Jan
10
7:00 PM19:00

WIDE Open Mic

Thursday Nites in Fremont express your interior in its vibrant fullness at WIDEopen Mic at Stone Way Café. It's FREE and Fun and Full of immense treasures, oddities & tongue-whirling concoctions. Come check it out and perform some new work or just soak up Seattle's underground artistic scene. Music + Art + Poetry! All creative forms welcome! Performers, arrive by 6:45 to sign up • 7 - 10PM!

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Luke Edstrom
Jan
7
6:30 PM18:30

Luke Edstrom

"Luke Edstrom is an 18-year-old Singer/Songwriter from Kirkland. Inspired by the likes John Mayer, Elliott Smith, The Beatles, and Josh Homme, Luke has been writing his own music for the past 6 years. He has been made his way around the local open mics, establishing himself as a performer; he is excited to debut as a solo performer this upcoming Monday at our very Stone Way Café."

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Jessie Thorenson with Jesse Gallaway
Jan
4
7:00 PM19:00

Jessie Thorenson with Jesse Gallaway

Jessie Thoreson hails from the west coast of Washington, she writes original songs about life's funny contradictions, tender moments and lessons learned through experience. Sweet alto vocals with steel-string finger-picking guitar. This January 4th, she will be joined by bassist Sam Fair and drummer Adam Amr." www.jessiethoreson.com

Jesse Gallaway’s style sits between upbeat soul-pop and cosmic ambience. He hopes to apply what he’s learned in his time playing bass for several bands in the Seattle music scene to his own original project.

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Sara Neal with Claire McHale
Jan
2
6:00 PM18:00

Sara Neal with Claire McHale

Sara Neal is a singer-songwriter from Seattle, WA, who moved to New York City in 2015 to attend The New School, and has turned her experiences into a sonic timeline through her series of albums titled “Book of Dreams,” “Book of Voices,” and most recently, "Book of Entropy." While she was originally interested in solely composition, she started performing around a year ago, with her first show at a Laundry Mat in Brooklyn, and decided to try out performance. She's slowly worked her way up, and recently headlined at the Cutting Room in November. This past summer, she worked with Major Stage as a performing artist, and has most recently performed at DROM, The Delancey, and Bowery Electric with her band, and Berlin as a soloist. She has also been working with Stew Stewert on composition and management since April. Sara is so excited to finally be playing a show in her home city and is joined by Aaron Kawaguchi. 

https://soundcloud.com/saraneal

Claire McHale is an up and coming singer songwriter based in her hometown of Seattle Washington. Her music is a blend of edgy, acoustic, haunting melodies mixed with a raw, soulful voice like no other. She released her first single Closer to Home in August of 2015 and jumped right into her next project shortly after, recording her first full length album titled Bones in 2016. Summer Rain is her second full length album and the first album in which she composed, recorded, mixed and mastered all the songs herself. Claire McHale has played in numerous venues such as The Vera Project, North City Bistro, Tulas, The Rendezvous, The Royal Room and has plans to perform in many more venues to come. Claire McHale has a unique voice and musical style and is definitely someone to watch in the years to come.


https://clairemchale.bandcamp.com/

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