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The Ben Rice Band – August 29th

August 29th

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Ben Rice has been leaving huge impressions on audiences around the Northwest and winning awards for his vocals and guitar playing for the last seven years. […]

Blair Crimmins and the Hookers – September 26th

September 26th

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Blair Crimmins began his current music career in Atlanta, Georgia, with a determination to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to new audiences. While […]

The Dustbowl Revival – September 12th

September 12th

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Over the past few years, The Dustbowl Revival has been making a name for itself with a vibrant mix of vintage Americana sounds. Critics have […]

Brewers Grade – August 22nd

August 22nd

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Brewer’s Grade has been delivering solid performances of 100% ORIGINAL Northwest Country music since 2013, but that is not where their journey began. Members […]

Royal Jelly Jive – September 5th

September 5th

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Few bands have the ability to evoke an old-school throwback vibe and yet sound entirely fresh and new at the same time. Royal Jelly Jive is […]

Toyz – September 19th

September 19th

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Formed in the early 90’s, Toyz is a polished rock act who melds genres of music melded by bands who melded previous genres of music. […]

The Blind Spots – August 23rd

This all original, female-fronted, five-piece moxy rock band from Ithaca, NY is driving hard at bigger things and has been busy building an airtight justification for all the buzz surrounding it, both throughout their hometown region and along the east coast as they’ve begun to tour nationally. The band gets better and better, with its solid-as-a-rock rhythm section, eclectic library of vintage keyboard sounds, bold and inventive electric guitar stylings, electrifying lead vocals from force of nature Maddy Walsh, and uplifting, infectious songs that leave audiences humming for days.

Jones and Fischer – August 30th

Darin Jones (29) and Caleb Fischer(27) are the namesakes and front men of the Pacific North West based five-piece group: Jones & Fischer, and have started something truly unique in country music that has captured thousands of fans across the US and Canada. The two have blended their different styles and influences from each of their own hometowns; Seattle, Washington and San Antonio Texas, and it’s made for a fiery new sound that is all their own amongst the wave of overly processed, lyrically cliché’ and substance-less songs currently emanating from the country genre. They are going against the proverbial ‘industry grain’ by pursuing a career in country music while not living in Nashville, and not being signed to a major label or booking agency. They are completely independent, building their fan base like a band should: hitting the road and paying their dues one show at a time, playing the songs they wrote.

The JuneBugs – September 6th

Imagine if you put R. Kelly through a banjo.

Led by front man and beard enthusiast Moses Barrett, The Junebugs combine high-energy pop with Pacific Northwest folksy goodness to create a genre-bending sound you can kick up your heels to.

The Social Animals – September 13th

The Social Animals are a full time, van-living, beer-drinking young band. Experts across the globe have called them “The Opposite Of Toby Keith”. They speak through elegantly sarcastic and thoughtful lyrics splattered across a canvas of indie rock/Americana instrumentation. They don’t do backflips at their live shows or slide across their knees into guitar solos. Instead, they play their music passionately and honestly, leaving room for a shirt-staining dance party in a crowded club, or one too many glasses of wine and a cab ride home from a listening room. Between songs, their dry commentary on the status of their lives and the world around them often causes people to look up from their phone screens, an action known to be scary and difficult for people throughout the nation.