Abby Gilbert
Mar
28
6:00 pm18:00

Abby Gilbert

Abby Gilbert is a young classical guitarist from the Seattle area who loves to interpret music by honoring the stories surrounding each piece. She has performed in both small coffee shop settings throughout Seattle and grand cathedrals in Spain. Abby has won the Washington Music Educator's Association solo guitar competition two years in a row and will be attending a classical guitar program in college this fall.

Nate Manuel // Wendy Bagnato // Humble Urchin
Mar
29
6:00 pm18:00

Nate Manuel // Wendy Bagnato // Humble Urchin

Nate Manuel

Doing his best to make his words as much of a priority as his music, every song by Nate Manuel has a line you wish you'd thought of. He has an enviable gift for metaphor and simile that is unforced and unpretentious. A poetic anti-poet. Wit, humor and self deprecation without excessive sorrow. Whether he is taking you on vacation or bringing you into the bedroom, every song is personal without feeling like you are hearing someone sing their diary to you. His music is a drive across the country, punk delivered softly, soul from an empty stomach, with a hint of twangless country. Catchy songs you can indulge in without feeling saturated in pop. Music that you would buy a soundtrack for just to have that one song.

Wendy Bagnato

Peeled and slapped on the bumper sticker from a van trekking its way to Washington with a California license plate, Wendy Bagnato takes in all she sees and details it into a very unique way into her music. She takes the very best of the 70s, 80s, and 90s and somehow blends it in a way to make it fit perfectly with all that she loves in todays music. Her lyrics have a subtle way of sticking to your head just long enough for you to want to dig deeper into the meaning of her songs. It's very hard to out her in a genre because she is able to mix jazz into alternative rock, but can still have an after taste of metal.

Humble Urchin

Bouncing between living in the neighboring countries of Canada and the United States for many years, Michael is no stranger to travel. With everything he's seen and done, there's no better way of reflecting these experiences than through his songwriting. With his melodic guitar work accompanied by poetic lyrics, what he's been through in life is felt in his music. Fans of artists like Elliot Smith, Iron & Wine, Mathew Good, R.E.M., and many others will find something they can enjoy in his songs. 

Open Mic Night
Mar
30
7:00 pm19:00

Open Mic Night

Come join us for Stone Way Cafe's  open mic! This is a true anything goes (well, almost anything!) open mic. Comedy, poetry, music, etc. all welcome! We're really looking forward to the opportunity to bring the Fremont/Wallingford community together and build an awesome weekly event!

Sign-ups are at 7, starts at 7:30 and time will be allotted based on number of performers! Looking forward to seeing everyone there.

Kathleen Parrish
Mar
31
7:00 pm19:00

Kathleen Parrish

Kathleen Parrish is an award nominated singer, songwriter, and visual artist from Seattle, Washington. With her intelligent and classically trained approach to her songwriting, it’s clear why Kathleen Parrish is one of Seattle’s next rising talents. Parrish's latest single, "Ghosts" explores her songwriting in a more progressive tone than her debut EP, Veins, which blends alternative rock with classical and jazz influences, demonstrating a fresh and interesting take on contemporary songwriting. Her lead single fromVeins, “Red Fleece Jacket” earned a nomination in the 2014 International Songwriting Contest. Aside from her music, Kathleen's journalism work has been featured on Sonicbids, To Write Love on Her Arms, Hello Giggles, ASCAP, The Free Woman and more.

"Parrish's Veins sounds like verbatim passages from her journal." - Seattle Weekly
 
"Parrish is a stunning talent and a refreshing brand of singer/songwriter for the modern day." 
 - The Equal Ground

 

The Brooders
Apr
1
7:00 pm19:00

The Brooders

Do you need a gluten-free full-fat badger milk split-shot triple-tall latte? Got a crush on your favorite barista? Then you'll LOVE these guys - they have a song for that!

The Brooders are Jay Waltmunson and Matt Galloway, a Seattle-based duo. Their upbeat original songs blend humor, acoustic guitar, sick drums, trucker hats, banter, and warm vocals.

It's fresh. It's alt-Americana. (Uh... think Violent Femmes crossed with the Barenaked Ladies.)

Come join the fun! Meet some new people.

http://thebrooders.com

Jane Addams Middle School Senior Jazz Band
Apr
2
5:00 pm17:00

Jane Addams Middle School Senior Jazz Band

This is likely to be a standing-room-only event as these award-winning
young musicians perform their Spring concert at Stone Way Cafe. Featuring a
range of styles from jazz standards to swing and Latin, these kids won’t
disappoint.

Learn more about the program and Jane Addams Middle school at
http://www.fojam.org/

Hannah Abrams // Jerrod Matthews
Apr
3
6:00 pm18:00

Hannah Abrams // Jerrod Matthews

Hannah Abrams is a singer-songwriter from Newark, Delaware. Often compared to Sara Bareilles and Fiona Apple, she performs piano-driven pop music, captivating audiences with her unique vocal quality and heartfelt storytelling. 

Jerrod Matthews is a 22 year old singer-songwriter originally from Madison Wisconsin. His music style is heavily influenced by his mother's New Orleans up bringing. His Americana style has heavy roots in blues and jazz with modern alternative and hip hop elements. 

The Singer and the Songwriter
Apr
5
6:00 pm18:00

The Singer and the Songwriter

The Singer and The Songwriter, the duo of Rachel Garcia and Thu Tran, create music as vibrant and diverse as their multiracial backgrounds.. Since 2012, they have released 2 critically acclaimed albums, charted on the CMJ Top 40 Radio charts, and toured nationally. Rachel Garcia's rich, powerful vocal delivery and Thu Tran's dynamic guitar arrangements provide the backbone for original songs that blend swinging jazz, soulful blues, heartfelt folk and modern, honest songwriting to create a unique and compelling sound.

“His guitar shimmies and swings like Django Reinhardt while her voice wraps around each note, swaying in unison like a modern-day Ella Fitzgerald.” - Nooga.com
“Garcia’s rich, warm voice wraps around you like the softest quilt and Tran’s subdued guitar shines at all the right moments”  -Bitch Media

 

H I V E   M I N D
Apr
7
7:00 pm19:00

H I V E M I N D

BRAINTHAW & Wall of Ears present
H•I•V•E•M•I•N•D

6:30 PM set up
7:00 PM eruption
FREEEEEEEEEEE

Hive Mind is a massive free-improvisation open to all musicians and non-musicians! At Hive Mind we believe collective improvisation is the purest form of spiritual transmission. Everyone in the room is invited to contribute to an organic blooming of spontaneous music, a gigantic wall of sound that will be holy and ugly and beautiful and cathartic all at the same time. Plz BYOI (bring your own instrument) or just bring your voicebox to transmit your third eye's murmurations! 

Synthesizers, acoustic instruments, brass and percussion are encouraged, but we do have a limited amount of electrical outlets. If you have any questions or want to let me know about any equipment you are bringing and want to share, plz contact Chris at wallofears@gmail.com 

There will be various mics for vocals, and a wall of surreal visuals for the sound mass to respond to. This will be a very magical night! A truly strange musical collobrations that we all make together. Plz invite any musicians or poetic weirdos that may be interested! 

Stone Way Cafe also has amazing beer, kombucha, caffinated fun, and food!!!

Alex Swenson
Apr
8
7:00 pm19:00

Alex Swenson

Alex Swenson is a professional singer/songwriter based in Seattle, Washington, best known for his smoky, captivating vocals. Combining soul, folk, pop americana, and everything in between, Alex draws from his personal life to write lyrics about moments we can all identify with. 

 

Max Lewis
Apr
10
6:00 pm18:00

Max Lewis

Soulful singer-songwriter with songs that incorporate a few different genres.

Paper Moon
Apr
12
6:00 pm18:00

Paper Moon

Paper Moon is a father and daughter acoustic duo from Seattle that can be heard all around the Puget Sound and at coffehouses and wineries up and down the west coast. Their shows combine American roots music with songs of 60s and 70s folk and their original works. Sometimes beautifully simplistic, sometimes featuring complex vocal harmonies with intricate guitar work, an evening of their music relaxes and delights. 

Thedrifterluke // The Landmarks // Manuel the Band. // Allen Morris
Apr
14
6:00 pm18:00

Thedrifterluke // The Landmarks // Manuel the Band. // Allen Morris

Thedrifterluke - Luke Abbott

Reminiscent of the great songwriters with a fresh and captivating perspective both lyrically and melodically, Thedrifterluke's songwriting draws you in with a clear expressive tone and thought provoking introspective lyrics. One listen through his catalog and you're sure to find a new classic. 

You can check them out at:

thedrifterluke.com or 

The Landmarks

Manuel the Band.

Allen Morris

Susan Carr Ensemble
Apr
21
7:00 pm19:00

Susan Carr Ensemble

The Susan Carr Ensemble meshes the percussive rhythms of Brazil and molds it with jazz, blues and rock of contemporary artists such as Sting, D'Angelo, The Beach Boys, Djavan and many others. The ensemble has played many exciting shows in Seattle, from Tula's to Bumbershoot to Live Music on Lopez to The Triple Door to the Anacortes Arts Festival. Susan Carr is also known for vocally training Seattle's most well known artists, such asMacklemore, The Head and the Heart,  Hey Marseilles, Pickwick, Motopony, Minus the Bear, Alice in Chains and new up and coming Earshot Jazz artists: Emi Meyers and Martine Bron.

Recently, Susan has been featured in SpinSeattle WeeklySeattle PI, Kiro TV, Komo TV, Evening MagazineSeattle Magazine, and Earshot Jazz. "She delivers her sets, carefully varied with songs from all over, qualities of assurance, delivery, and staging win through, Carr sells her songs..." --- Earshot Jazz

The Fabulous Juncos
Apr
28
7:00 pm19:00

The Fabulous Juncos

The Fabulous Juncos pull you on to the dance floor with a Neo-80s beat, and guitar work that alternate from blues to surfer rock to Neil Young Crazy Horse style thrashing.  Mixing original numbers with fresh interpretations of songs you love, this trio of seasoned musicians along with a talented Millennial vocalist will make you glad you got off the couch tonight.

Tim Sweeney, on air show host with KAOS, 89.3 FM Olympia, Host of Sweeney's GumboYaYa

www.sweeneygumbo.com

TuN
Apr
29
7:00 pm19:00

TuN

TuN is a five-piece group led by local composer, keyboardist, and vocalist, Chris Cootsona, featuring the voice of Seattle vocalist, Jen Trujillo, along with Will Bagby on Drums, Nick Fair on Guitar/vocals and Bill DeHart on Bass. The group performs blend of originals and covers rooted in the style of Funk, Blues, and Classic Rock. TuN's soulful and tasteful original music breathes new life with a modern edge into the old-school sounds of the '60s and '70s. Composing influences and artists covered include favorites such as: Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Elvis Costello, Bill Withers, Chaka Khan, and Bruno Mars. 

 

Complete band info and music samples available at tuntheband.com

Christopher Hill and The Stardust Crush
May
17
6:00 pm18:00

Christopher Hill and The Stardust Crush

Christopher Hill and The Stardust Crush: is a Seattle band (one-man) specializing in Meditative Rock/Ambient Pop. The best compliment he ever received was that he sounded like a "cross between Bob Dylan and Radiohead." Currently Christopher does a "One-Man-Band" set up with a Boss Octave Pedal for bass and a self designed "Foot Drum Kit" using electronic drum pads. The drums are played in real-time-they are not a drum machine. He plays finger style and does experimental guitar using harmonic finger tapping and echo effects powered by a Roland Space Delay unit.

Gaby DeSpain // MyEncore
May
24
6:00 pm18:00

Gaby DeSpain // MyEncore

Gaby DeSpain is an American/Icelandic Seattle based alternative pop artist. She is originally from Washington State and spent seven years living and growing up in India and Turkey. Traveling to over twenty different countries has shaped her songwriting into a luscious dark pop sound.

Jakob Singer
Jun
2
7:00 pm19:00

Jakob Singer

Jakob moved to Seattle in January of 2010; where he joined up with Jacob Yackshaw and Peter Reni and formed the Relentless Rhythm Machine. After playing to empty bars across Seattle for a year, the band joined forces with the very talented Tanner and Amy McInerney, and The Weatherside Whiskey Band was born. WWB's boot stomping rhythms, catchy melodies, and strong group of friends and family soon had them packing Seattle's most famous venues. Weatherside has put out two albums of original tunes and a series of music videos in the short time they have been together, with no plan of slowing till they reach the top.

Jakob has been recording bands in makeshift bedroom studios for as long as he has been playing music. A little elbow grease and an unfinished basement in his West Seattle home provided the perfect opportunity to move the gear into a real studio. After a year of construction Ship Wreckords opened its doors in early 2014.


Caixa
Mar
26
4:00 pm16:00

Caixa

CAIXA – Samba & bossa w/ Southern European flair

 

CAIXA is a samba & bossa nova band that finds inspiration in the great Brazilian masters of the 20th century, especially their less well-known works. Our musical journey, which started in 2015 with a flamenco guitar, African drums and a pandeiro, has taken us to Brazilian folk/jazz via tango, fado, and folk tunes from Southern and Eastern Europe.

-About the band-

CAIXA is formed by Seva Rzhondkovsky (vocals and percussion), Onur Bakiner (guitar), David Geisen (percussion and guitar), Will MacArthur (percussion), and Renata Alves (vocals). 

Pisces Trio
Mar
25
7:00 pm19:00

Pisces Trio

PISCES Trio features songs from Brazil's best loved composers, including Tom Jobim, Djavan, & Ivan Lins: a mix of Brazilian bossas, sambas, choros, & mpb; alongside jazz standards from the likes of Chick Correa, Bill Evans & gems from the American Songbook. Pisces Trio has been performing for Pacific Northwest audiences since 2007 at clubs, cafes, wineries, coffeehouses, festivals, and private events. The Trio is: Sophia Smith: vocals; Jeff Olson: guitar, bass, & vocals; and Dinnen Cleary: keyboards & percussion. All studied classical music, but love for Brazilian and jazz music drew them together in this project. They especially enjoy sharing their music with others.

About You // Not Elephants
Mar
24
7:00 pm19:00

About You // Not Elephants

About You 

"Who is this really about?" - A three piece looking to change the course of western music. Melodic pop hooks woven through complex progressions and given to the listener in an uncommon song form. Quiet, catchy, loud, funky, swingin, rockin, lullaby-ish. Influences include Wilco, The Beatles, Elliott Smith, Father John Misty, The Band, Big Thief, Lizzy McGuire (early career).

Not Elephants

Sweet songs to sooth your soul and bring you closer to divinity. 4 piece out of Seattle that has shades of Bright Eyes and Milk Carton Kids.

 

 

WIDE Open Mic
Mar
23
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 - 11PM!

Madi Seasons
Mar
22
6:00 pm18:00

Madi Seasons

Madi Seasons is a singer songwriter from the Pacific Northwest. She self taught herself the keyboard at the age of nine, writing a simplistic 52 second love song that she hoped would change the world of music. Since then, Madi Seasons has written over 100 songs, explored a variety of genres of music, and created a sound to relate to the people. She has been compared to Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektor, and is working on promoting her EP, "All Good Things Come In Threes".

Kelvin Killmon
Mar
21
6:00 pm18:00

Kelvin Killmon

Indie-Acoustic / Alternative Rock

March 21st

KELVIN KILLMON is a Singer / Songwriter based in Seattle, WA, who mixes Indie-Acoustic and Alternative Rock to create addictively catchy songs with heartfelt and poetic lyrics. 

Kelvin holds a master's degree in Performance and Music Production from Berklee College of Music.

Kelvin has been involved in workshops with many innovative industry-leading artists including John Mayer, Paul Simon, Bela Fleck, Ben Folds, Pat Pattison, Sole Jimenez, Amanda Palmer and John Oates. His classmates and collaborators have included Julia Easterlin, Wyclef Jean, Betty Who and Grace Kelly.

Blueshift Dance: Blues and Lindy Partner Dance
Mar
20
7:00 pm19:00

Blueshift Dance: Blues and Lindy Partner Dance

Join us for slow Lindy and Blues partner dancing, every third Monday of the month, 7:30pm to 9:30pm. Not sure how? Come at 7:00pm for a mini-lesson! Absolutely free. No partner needed.

Come dance or watch or both. And eat and drink! We're happy to have you.

Our DJed music is a mix of jazz and blues, by the excellent John Lozano. Questions? Drop a note to blueshiftdance@gmail.com or join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/blueshiftdance/.

Balkan Dance
Mar
18
7:00 pm19:00

Balkan Dance

Balkan Dance Cafe brings live music for line dancing to energetic tunes from the Balkans- all are welcome, no partner necessary! The band this month is M9, so bring a friend and come dance! Brought to you by Balkan Night Northwest.

Video of a performance here

Fiere Warning
Mar
17
7:00 pm19:00

Fiere Warning

A St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza!

Eclectic electric acoustic Celtic, traditional and contemporary.

WIDE Open Mic
Mar
16
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!

The Daphnes
Mar
15
6:00 pm18:00

The Daphnes

The Daphnes play mesmerizing compositions infused with classical, Celtic and jazz origins. Schley’s music has been described as being "rich” and her "playing is intricate and determined." -- Jon Rooney, Ball of Wax Quarterly. This unconventional group draws sounds from neo-folkster M. Ward, 90’s alternative bands Mazzy Star and Cowboy Junkies, and jazz musicians Pharaoh Sanders and Alice Coltrane.

Tyler Rogers
Mar
13
6:00 pm18:00

Tyler Rogers

Tyler Rogers is a FTM transgender singer-songwriter. Having first picked up the piano at age 6, he now plays a total of ten instruments. He started writing songs at the tender age of seven and has been in countless bands but always found himself back to being a solo artist. Tyler has taken advantage of that opportunity by writing and recording every instrument on each song. Tyler now does the music for the video game, Marble Blast Stop and Marble Blast Stop II, the newest editions to Marble Blast's collection of games. Tyler Rogers' main material falls under the genre of Alternative Rock with its catchy sound and use of basic Rock instruments.

 

Fine Company CD Release Party
Mar
11
7:00 pm19:00

Fine Company CD Release Party

“In Fine Company” – a great place to be. It warms the heart and in this case, the ears as well.   Fine Company’s debut album says, “We’re glad you’re here. Come stay a while.”  The enticements are crisp string work on guitar, banjo, and bass along with vocal harmonies that say synergy, which is a fancy word when applied to folk music. But it aptly fits Fine Company.  It is clear from the songs on In Fine Company that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.  

Bill Murlin, Jim Portillo, and Ron Dalton are talented Northwest musicians who love what they do – sing and play together. Folk Icon, Tom Paxton says, it shows. “Fine Company is fine company, indeed. This is what happens when three friends who love music get out the instruments and decide to enjoy themselves. We are privileged to sit and listen and if we just can’t help joining in, nobody will mind.” Indeed. 

 Take an old Carter Family standard – Dixie Darling. Fine Company keeps that old timey feel with banjo, guitar and bass yet there’s something different – that harmony. Tom Paxton’s Last Thing On My Mind is the perfect song for that rich harmony.  Synergy.

Ron’s original Backroad Country Ride, puts listeners in the car to enjoy some scenery and silliness as well.  And the tightly timed guitars in Bill’s instrumental Cascade Creek transport the listener to an idyllic mountain stream. Each song creates anticipation for what’s next and Fine Company does not disappoint. 

One of the leading ladies of bluegrass, Laurie Lewis says, “Fine Company has a welcome air of love and dedication in their thoughtful arrangements and choice of songs. These are songs that beg to be sung, and Jim, Bill and Ron join their voices with obvious and infectious delight.”

Bringing these three together blends the love of the folk tradition with a fresh perspective on how music connects us. So come stay a while.  You’re with Fine Company.  

Los Buhos
Mar
10
7:00 pm19:00

Los Buhos

Latin music from around the western hemisphere - guitar, voice, trombone & percussion with Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, and Bruce Barnard. son, bossa, rhumba, bolero and more in a unique setting! 

WIDE Open Mic
Mar
9
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!

Like our page on Facebook!

www.facebook.com/WideOpenMicStoneWay/

Roosevelt High Jam
Mar
8
7:30 pm19:30

Roosevelt High Jam

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 a night 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

Jack Symes // Nat Letkoff
Mar
7
6:00 pm18:00

Jack Symes // Nat Letkoff

Jack Symes is a singer-songwriter from the LA area but has been living in and performing around the Bay for the last 5 years. A solo act, his music embodies a folky, relaxed tone packed with emotional lyrics and a shaky moustache. Jack recently released his debut EP titled “Gargoyles EP” this past December which you can find on Spotify, iTunes, and all those other places.


Born and raised in Davis, California, Nat has since toured up and down the West Coast throughout his high school and college careers with a variety of groups and venues. A recent graduate of the Evergreen State College, Nat focuses heavily on lyrics and melody as he composes with the goal of creating music that speaks to the experience of being human and interacting with the changing world around us.

 

Noah Byrd
Mar
6
6:00 pm18:00

Noah Byrd

Local singer-songwriter with a voice compared Brandon Flowers and Elliot Smith; he writes introspective folk songs inspired by new places, conversations, and his own memories. Even though he describes himself as an indie artist, his latest EP 'Feathers' carries undertones of 90s rock.

Schuyler Asplin Quartet
Mar
4
7:00 pm19:00

Schuyler Asplin Quartet

I'm proud to present two sets of song-based jazz improvisation, with a group that makes music from a space in which listening is prioritized above contribution and receptivity above personal agenda. Our hope is to create a relaxing, rejuvenating, and thought-provoking environment where people can connect and be with one another (and with themselves, too). we look forward to sharing this evening with you!

Alex Oliverio: Guitar

Tony Lefaive:  Bass

Schuyler Asplin: Trumpet

Mike Gebhart: Drums

 

The Landmarks
Mar
3
7:00 pm19:00

The Landmarks

The Landmarks are an Indie Pop Psych-Rock group from Ann Arbor. Comprised of sweet soulful melodies, soaring synths, colorful bass lines, driving rhythm, and screaming guitar tones, occasionally accompanied and reigned via soothing string arrangements. Official

Website: thelandmarksband.com

WIDE Open Mic Night
Mar
2
7:00 pm19:00

WIDE Open Mic Night

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!

Like our page on Facebook!

www.facebook.com/WideOpenMicStoneWay/

Gabrielle Torres
Mar
1
6:00 pm18:00

Gabrielle Torres

Hailing from the Asian-Pacific islands, Gabes Torres hopes to blend culture, a love for wisdom, togetherness and hope in one sound and one message.

Since 17, Gabes has toured, busked, and been featured on the radio from Southeast Asia, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle and so forth. She independently produced 3 albums of original music--one of which its proceeds were used to sustain a child protection center in the Philippines, and another towards funding for graduate school. 

Here's to discovering more: https://www.facebook.com/gabestorres/ and https://www.freedomrepertoire.com

Django Night
Feb
28
6:00 pm18:00

Django Night

We play music inspired by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli.

String jazz with violin and guitar, upbeat swing, and Gypsy Bossa.

Hal Merrill Trio
Feb
27
6:00 pm18:00

Hal Merrill Trio

"Pedal Steel Guitarist Hal Merrill not only brings an entirely new voice into the jazz realm but also introduces new compositions as well.  A neoteric balance between Hal’s fresh approach to composition and the jazz standards that he plays is achieved with pleasing results.  In this trio, Hal is joined by Bruce Barnard on guitar and John English on Acoustic Bass."

Los Buhos
Feb
25
7:00 pm19:00

Los Buhos

Latin music from around the western hemisphere - guitar, voice, trombone & percussion with Laura Oviedo, Marc Smason, and Bruce Barnard. son, bossa, rhumba, bolero and more in a unique setting! 

Wide Open Mic
Feb
23
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 - 11PM!

Like our page on Facebook! 

https://www.facebook.com/WideOpenMicStoneWay/

Elsa Hay / Honeyville Rascals
Feb
22
6:00 pm18:00

Elsa Hay / Honeyville Rascals

Come out and hear some great original music. First up will be Elsa Hay a singer-songwriter on clawhammer banjo with "an astute eye for the reality of modern life". Followed by the Honeyville Rascals who play original and vintage tunes presented with beautiful vocal harmonies accompanied by ukulele and banjo. Also enjoy yummy dinner and/or drinks from Stone Way's large tap selection... yes, they even have kumbucha on tap.