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HWY 99 Blues Presents: Little Ray & The Uppercuts

Genre: Rockabilly , Blues

Little Ray & The Uppercuts has been rocking the Seattle area for 20 years, having played with the likes of Candye Kane, Lee Rocker, Slim Jim Phantom, Deke Dickerson, and the Paladins.

HWY 99 Blues Presents: Nate Burch Band

Genre: Blues , Classic Rock

Nate Burch was originally a sax player, but took up the electric guitar in college to pick up more gigs in the rhythm section of the band. When someone in a club told him, “You’re a pretty good sax player, but you can tell saxophone is your second instrument,” he knew he had found his true calling as a guitarist. As a result, the saxophones went into the closet to collect dust. Known as a solid player with great tone, Nate gigged throughout the 1980s with such bands as Chaser, Pranx, Suburbia, and Elle. After a brief 19-year stint as a family man, Nate is back in the Seattle music scene playing the Blues-Rock music he loves. The echoes of T-Bone Walker, Albert Collins, Albert King, Freddie King, and Otis Rush can be heard in his style, served up with a little Texas and West Coast attitude, and always played with passion and intensity. The current Nate Burch line-up includes Curtis Moore, Mike Mathis and Doug Cooper.

Ian Moore & Friends Birthday show!

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Friday, August 12 8:00 PM (All ages)

“I will carry on ...”

This may be a single off of the soon-to-be-released EP, "Strange Days", but it’s a theme that captures the storied career of Seattle based musician, Ian Moore.

Since his arrival as a solo artist in 1993, with his self-titled debut on Capricorn Records, Moore’s journey has been one of perpetual forward motion and constant change. The record included the hits, “Satisfied” and “Blue Sky”, and even featured the track, “Harlem”, in which he made a video with rap icon, Ice Cube. Coming out of Austin, Texas, growing up sharing the stage with the likes of Joe Ely, Willie Nelson, Albert King, Doug Sahm, Townes Van Zandt, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Charlie Sexton, and Doyle Bramhall II, his first three major label efforts placed him in the blues rock lane that over time and that label didn’t sit entirely well with an artist with such vast influences and creative ideas. Internally, Austin was open-minded and filled with big ideas, but outside of town people had a monochromatic view, and all musical roads led to Stevie Ray Vaughan at that point in time.

“Charlie, Doyle, and I were all tossed into the next Stevie Ray mixer, and it blunted some unique voices that were developing. My band and I were trying to take the blues rock and soul that was part of our sound and mix it with psychedelic music, gothic imagery, power pop,"mind soul" (Stevie Wonder's mid-70's stuff), and even psychedelic funk (Funkadelic; Sly Stone). Unfortunately there was no infrastructure in place for what we were doing. There was no underground scene for rootsier music like there was a few years later when bands like Gomez started to break. We were way too weird for mainstream culture and didn't have the right uniform for the unfolding indie culture that was championing more Anglicized bands like Pavement and MBV.” - Ian Moore

Moore recorded his second record with Mark Howard (Daniel Lanois’ engineer) and had Daniel was around for much of the making of the record. David Hickey of Art in America declared it one of the great art moments of '96.

“I don't consider Modernday Folklore to be a great record, but i do consider it to be really ambitious and ahead of its time. If you really give it a close listen you can see the breadth of what we were trying to do. We got a lot of flak from the record label and took a lot of heat from fans and music industry folks that thought we were losing our way.” - Ian Moore

“I’m sorry if I sound like my life’s unfair; sometimes I find it hard just to persevere …”

Moore supported The Rolling Stones on the Steel Wheels tour of North America, played two tours with Bob Dylan, and a tour with ZZ Top.

“I feel like the period around this record was the strongest musically for my first band, but the pressure of all the negativity around the release precipitated the breakup of the 'Ian Moore Band' and really made me double down on my effort to continue to refine what I wanted to say. I realized that I needed to make a really big statement of purpose at that point, and that led to putting down the electric guitar for a number of years and doing an extreme about face, leading to a very song oriented, psychedelic folk phase that garnered a new fan base. I like to think that while I was walking through the wilderness I was also doing a lot of homework, diving deeply into the catalogs of Harry Nilsson, Big Star, Emitt Rhodes, etc., while also falling in love with a lot of interesting contemporary underground rock. I lost track of what all the guitar players were doing, and lived in a world that was all songs and creative production.” - Ian Moore

“I will carry on ...”

It was in 2000 that Moore picked up his old friend, that electric guitar once again, and embraced psychedelic rock and roll. This journey evolved through the years to the forming of Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils, and even time playing in Roky Erickson’s band and supporting Paul Weller.

Moore states, “The lineage of modern pop culture is rich and long, and people that speak in terms of 'vintage' and 'contemporary' are myopic in view. There is a vast array of culture to pick from, much like thrift stores, pre-EBay. You can basically find the things that turn you on and go from there.”

Some things that turn Moore on:

Flannery O’Conner, Spiritualized, Vietnamese food, Dylan, Rivers, Social trends, the hope and ambition of the late 60's, Faulkner, cookbooks, hiking, B-movie magazines, Neutral Milk Hotel, long-term friendships, the architecture of ideas, psychedelic soul, Borges, city planning, every wave of British Rock, underdogs, Joyce, Texas, tacos, Nick Fucking Lowe!, compassion, Big Sur, connection, vintage guitars, Peter Sellers,  Aaron Neville, great old record labels, anachronisms, wordplay, Maxfield Parrish, outmoded electronics, Mohammed Ali, Murakami, my family, Jimi!!!, Sly!!!, Curtis!!!, Stevie!!!, seasons, ambition, late nights, simplicity, Tom Petty, Don Dileo, great songwriting teams, communion, debating, recording, the passage of time, progressive thought, Ella!, Hindustani music, the Blues!, mentors, the possibility in change, my band, style, local culture, Townes, DIY culture, the blind bravado of youth, the unveiling of time, Van Gogh, Bill Hicks, Bruce Lee, The Beach boys vs. the Beatles vs. the Stones, meditation, coffee, touring, the Apollo 2500, my studio, Obama, wine, Jared Diamond, comparative religion, my amazing artistic friends, and analog synths.

“Carrying my message to the people I’ve known …”

The “Strange Days” EP was birthed from Moore channeling all the influences of his childhood, soul and blues, while carrying forward all the hard-earned life lessons acquired on his journey to infuse these seven songs with a depth that only comes from years and miles. Moore’s ability to straddle genres like a Neil Young or a Jack White is obvious.

Paying tribute to such luminaries as Curtis Mayfield, Otis Redding, Aaron Neville (even covering “Hercules”), and Sly Stone, Moore offers music politically charged at times, as well as heartfelt love songs filled with purpose. Collaborating with the likes of Adrian Quesada (Grupo Fantasma, Brownout, The Sword) in Austin, Texas, and Jim Greer (Galactic, Handsome Boy Modeling School, Macy Gray) in his birthplace, Berkeley, California, the “Strange Days” EP is set for a Spring 2016 release.

Iron Butterfly

Genre: Classic Rock

  1. Tuesday, September 20 7:30 PM (All ages)

The Los Angeles music climate of the late sixties and seventies was characterized by the heavy sounds and sentiments that reflected the revolutionary attitudes of the generation. Bursting onto that scene was Iron Butterfly, whose sound not only epitomized the hard attitudes of the youth with its heavy drumming and bass lines, but also embraced more delicate aspirations through its intricate guitar and keyboard overlays.

Iron Butterfly was signed to ATCO records (a division of Atlantic Records) and released their first album, aptly titled “Heavy”.  While the band was on the road with the likes of: The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, Traffic, The Who, and Cream, their impressive debut stayed on Billboard’s album charts for almost a year!

They followed up with the monumental LP, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”, featuring the 17:05 minute side-long track that shook the entire music industry with its phenomenal reception. ‘Vida outsold every record in the history of recorded music within the first year of its release and therefore outgrew and outsold the standard of the music industry’s “Gold Album” award.

For this achievement, Iron Butterfly was subsequently awarded: The Industry’s Very First “Platinum Album”!   “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” stayed on thecharts for 140 weeks, with 81 weeks in the Top Ten! To date the album has sold in excess of 30 million copies and remains an undisputed classic in the archives of rock with DJ’s and audiophiles worldwide!

Within a year of releasing “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”, Iron Butterfly had charted a third album, “Ball”, – which surpassed “Vida” (still in Billboard’s Top 10) turning “Gold”, and climbed to No.#1. “Ball” remained on the charts for 44 weeks, followed by two more album releases – “Live”, and“Metamorphosis”,  each charting respectably in the Top 20!

Jane Lynch “See Jane Sing”

Genre: Cabaret , Comedy

  1. Friday, June 03 7:00 PM (All ages)
  2. Friday, June 03 9:30 PM (21+)
  3. Saturday, June 04 7:00 PM (All ages)
  4. Saturday, June 04 9:30 PM (21+)

"The show, cabaret in style, features her singing abilities and comedic wit that were on display in "Glee," without the villainy of her character.” – Los Angeles Times

Following rave reviews and sold out shows, Jane Lynch will be taking her musical comedy, “See Jane Sing” on the road this summer. The cabaret tour, which kicks off at the Newmark Theatre in Portland, OR on June 1st will bring the star to many cities throughout the U.S. including Chicago, Seattle and Dallas.                  

Not your typical Broadway narrative, Lynch, accompanied by a five-piece band, builds the evening around her musical chops and comedic wit and charm. Joining her on stage for a portion of the show are special guests Kate Flannery of “The Office,” who plays Lynch’s mischievous vocal partner and Tim Davis, Glee’s former vocal arranger. During the live performance, the Emmy and Golden Globe winner takes audiences on a musical journey through a world of songs from Broadway to cabaret with new takes on “If Wishes Were Rainbows”, “Mr. Monotony”, and “Far From the Home I Love.” New to this tour is Lynch’s epic take on Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” and a medley of songs that made her cry as a child including “Puff the Magic Dragon.”

“See Jane Sing is one of the most joyous experiences of my career,” says Jane Lynch. “I love everything about theatre and performing in front of a live audience is so rewarding.”

Lynch first cut her theatrical teeth at The Second City, Steppenwolf Theatre and in many church basements all over the greater Chicagoland area. In addition to hosting Hollywood Game Night, Jane’s recent film and television credits include A.C.O.D, Three Stooges, Wreck-It Ralph, Julie & Julia, Shrek Forever After, The Post Grad Survival Guide, Paul and Brownie Masters, Glee, Angel from Hell.

Javier Anderson Band

Genre: Guitarist , Latin Jazz

From the funky-chic seaside chiringitos along Barcelona's Mediterranean coast to the rooftop jam-sessions perched high above a crumbling & ever elegant Habana Vieja, to Buenos Aires and its animated Sunday afternoon tertulias in so many atmospheric cafes & leafy plazas, over the course of many years Seattle native Javier Anderson has lived something akin to a gypsy existence, seeking out life for months and years at a time in these and other locales, with an eye on performing and refining & humbly studying his craft, creating lasting friendships along the way & emanating musical inspiration for all to enjoy.

Jazz In The City at The Triple Door: Christian McBride Trio

Genre: Bassist , Jazz

Bassist extraodinaire, composer, arranger, educator, curator and administrator, Christian McBride, has been one of the most important and most omnipresent figures in the jazz world for 20 years. Sometimes hard to believe considering this man is barely in his 40’s.

For over 20 years, McBride has appeared in numerous musical settings with just about any musician imaginable in the jazz as well as R&B and pop worlds. From playing with the likes of Milt Jackson, Roy Haynes, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and Pat Metheny; to playing with and/or arranging for the likes of Isaac Hayes, Chaka Khan, Lalah Hathaway, Sting and the legendary James Brown—what has always been unique about McBride is his versatility.

JD Hobson

Genre: Americana , Blues , Roots Rock

When Outlaw Country and Americana meet the Delta Blues you get a whole new genre. JD Hobson takes his Virginia Appalachian blues roots and combines it with Seattle’s Americana and rock scene, and a sound is created that has gotten people standing up to take notice.

 “Hobson's brand of bluesy Americana is steeped in rich outlaw tradition.” (Seattle Weekly Reverb Magazine)

Jeffery Austin w/ Whitney Monge

Genre: Pop

Jeffery Austin is an up-and-coming pop singer and Finalist on season 9 of NBC's The Voice.

Following high school Jeffery gave up his musical aspirations to pursue a degree and career in public relations. After two years working in the corporate world and a six year hiatus from music, Jeffery took a chance and auditioned for season 9 of The Voice, landing a Blind Audition and a spot on Gwen Stefani's team. Working together with Gwen, Jeffery advanced all the way to the finale as one of the final four contestants for the season, the first ever contestant on Team Gwen to do so.

During his time on The Voice, Jeffery learned from top industry professionals to hone his craft as an artist and performer working with artists such as Gwen Stefani, Selena Gomez, Rihanna and Tori Kelly throughout the competition. Four of Jeffery's iTunes recordings ended in the Top 10 on the overall iTunes chart, accompanying millions of views on his YouTube performances.

In his time following the show, Jeffery Austin is pursuing a career in music, booking shows and writing songs in to eventually record an album.

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