Seattle, Washington—Victory Music will hold its seasonal show and fundraiser, “Victory Music 2015: Spring Originals,” at Stone Way Café, 3510 Stone Way North, in Seattle, Washington on Saturday, June 6, 2015, 7-9 p.m. Cover is $10 general admission, $8 Victory Music members. The two-hour, all-acoustic show will include three short solo/duo acts and two longer combos.
This event is sponsored by Victory Music, one of four shows per year put on by this nonprofit music organization. The Stone Way Café is family-friendly and offers a grill menu along with snacks, beer and wine. Parking is reasonable in this trendy “East Fremont” neighborhood. The featured acts include Alice Howe, Jacob Greenleaf, Humor & Heart, Burgundy Pearl, and Silver Lining.
Alice Howe is a singer/songwriter and storyteller whose roots are in classic, emotive folk in the vein of Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, and Gillian Welch.
Folk/jazzist Jacob Greenleaf offers “insightful, deeply personal songs of discovery, recovery, relationship and personal growth” in a smooth, warm baritone.
The duo of Humor & Heart, Mark Iler and Jess McKeegan, play “everything from old pop and rock and folk classics to Celtic tunes and sea shanties.”
Acoustic vocal trio Burgundy Pearl—Ron Dalton, Peggy Sullivan, and Robin McGillveray—interweave harmonies and genres “from ‘20s-‘30s old-time blues to contemporary folk-pop with swing-jazz overtones.”
Silver Lining is the eclectic singer/songwriter duo of Paul Sandoval and Kathe Davis, with Kathe on Terz, mandolin, and guitar, Paul on guitar, and John Gustaveson on bass.
About Victory Music
Founded in 1969, Victory Music is a 501c 3 nonprofit organization in Washington State dedicated to promoting live acoustic music performances and educational events in the Puget Sound area. Open mic venues are all ages and allow performers from beginning to veteran an opportunity to play under professional standards in a supportive atmosphere.
In addition, since 1974, Victory Music publishes the Victory Review, an online magazine that contains music reviews of CDs from the world over, columns, and features on Pacific Northwest musicians, and a calendar of Northwest acoustic music events.
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