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Left Hand Smoke

Genre: Rock , Soul

Fronted by brothers Ben Mish, a piano phenom with a soulful voice and a raucous performance approach, and Will Mish, a guitar wizard who has earned critical nods for his unfathomable talent and innate sense of melody and blues, and flanked by Irish-born multi-talented rhythm guitarist Ronan O’Mahony, a childhood friend and co-songwriter, and the inimitable stick-man Andrew Cloutier on drums, Left Hand Smoke brews up a blend of neo-soul and rock that is steeped in tradition, yet entirely original and fresh.

Little Bill 75th Birthday tribute show!

Genre: Blues

75th Birthday Celebration & Tribute to LITTLE BILL ENGELHART


Featuring 14 Top NW Veteran Musicians

Little Bill Trio

Little Bill & The Bluenotes

Patti Allen

Jada Amy

Leanne Trevalyan

Heather Rayburn

Dick Powell

Billy Stapleton

Rod Cook

Billy Stoops

Mark Whitman

Bill Barner

Chris Leighton

Howard Hooper

Randy Oxford

MC: Tony Frederickson

Lowrider Band

Genre: Blues , Classic Rock , Funk , Pop , Rock

  1. Saturday, May 10 7:00 PM (All ages)
  2. Saturday, May 10 10:00 PM (21+)

Since 1962, members of Lowrider Band have compiled a tapestry of quintessential songs and live performances so musically infectious that its moniker traces from Los Angeles to Mexico City and from London to Copenhagen. And the genius of this Southern California troupe is captured in the musical medley of Hispanic, African-American, Asian and mainstream cultures, resulting in monster compositions such as “Slippin into Darkness,” “Low Rider,” “9 to 5 (Ordinary Man),” “All Day Music” and many other chart-toppers.

Comprising four prolific, multi-platinum singer-songwriters, Howard Scott (guitar), Harold Brown (drums), Lee Oskar (harmonica) and B.B. Dickerson (bass), this dynamic team of accomplished musicians is guilty of dishing up many of the greatest tunes to permeate airwaves since the dawn of radio: “The Cisco Kid,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “Spill the Wine” and “The World is a Ghetto” are a few more mega-hits from the band’s exhaustive discography.

Completing the seven-member posse and lending harmonious support to their distinctive sound are Lance Ellis on sax., Pete Cole on keyboards, and Chuk Barber on percussion. With more than 50 million albums sold that contain compositions from the original four, a plethora of these arias have been sampled and recorded by major artists, including the smash single “You” by singer Janet Jackson,

The Cisco Kid DVD by Los Lonely Boys featuring Willie Nelson and the chic jam “Low Rider” by rock group Korn. Their latest self-tiled disc, Lowrider Band, features eight superbly orchestrated songs, including a riveting live version of “Why Can’t We Be Friends.” It’ll conjure reminisces of back in the day when the gang began their musical conquests.

Lowrider Band and staff are thrilled to announce that band members Howard Scott, Harold Brown, Lee Oskar and B.B. Dickerson have been nominated two times for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

Mark Sexton Band

Genre: Funk , Soul

  1. Friday, May 09 9:00 PM (21+)

When it comes to Mark Sexton's music, it's all about the meaning of the soul. Every note from his jazz guitar screams passion, every lyric from the heart. Sexton is the walking, talking representation of a true artist, with resonating chords that strike deep in the hearts of his listeners. It's these qualities that are making him the new West-Coast breakout artist of 2013. After six years of relentless traveling, Mark Sexton Band is now a perfectly groomed national touring act. Joined by bassist Alex Korostinsky and drummer Dan Weiss, this power-trio is striking while the iron is hot.

Michael Nesmith of The Monkees!

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, May 06 8:00 PM (All ages)

American musician, songwriter, actor, producer, novelist, businessman, and philanthropist, best known as a member of The Monkees and co-star of The Monkees TV series (1966–1968). Nesmith is a songwriter, including "Different Drum" (sung by Linda Ronstadt with the Stone Poneys), and executive producer of the cult film Repo Man (1984). He also is credited with creating the genre of the music video. In 1981, Nesmith won the first Grammy Award given for Video of the Year for his hour-long television show, Elephant Parts.

Mycle Wastman w/ Jarod Lawson and Sonia Rao

Genre: Pop , R&B , Soul

  1. Friday, May 23 8:00 PM (All ages)

American soul-singer, Mycle Wastman, emerged as a stealth frontrunner on season 3 of NBC’s The Voice. Rightly so! He delivers a refreshing combination of an old soulful vibe, R&B sensibilities and a splash of pop. Wastman is a singer’s singer, interpreting from all of the greats that have gone before him while still firmly exerting a style of his own. He’s undeniably on par with the vocal legends of our time!

Mycle had a rather difficult childhood since both of his parents struggled with addiction. He moved in with his grandparents and his passion for music was instilled in him when his grandmother, who sang background vocals for Frank Sinatra, sang to him as a child. He also plays guitar, bass and drums, and considers himself a versatile musician playing everything from Zeppelin to Al Green.

Wastman was an Army private a little over 20 years ago, later serving in the Army Reserves as a chaplain’s assistant at Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis. He then worked construction jobs in Seattle, but by the time he turned 30, he decided to return to his first love. He writes his own music and has released two albums: I’m All Over It (2011) and The Beautiful Stay (2008).

On The Voice three judges turned their chairs hoping to have Mycle on their team after he performed Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together”. Wisely Mycle went with Cee Lo Green who said, “You got the whole spectrum, man, you are the total package”.

Nearly Dan featuring Tom Scott

Genre: Classic Rock

  1. Thursday, October 09 7:30 PM (All ages)
  2. Friday, October 10 7:30 PM (All ages)

Nearly Dan is made up of 12 national musicians who share a distinctive passion for the music of Steely Dan —revered for inventive music-making, jazz-infected lush harmonies and their own lyrical color.

Tom Scott is American saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor and bandleader of the west coast jazz/jazz fusion ensemble the L.A. Express.


Genre: Folk , Middle Eastern , Modern , World

  1. Thursday, June 12 7:30 PM (All ages)

A journey to the heart of the unmistakable voice of Azam Ali, the refined acoustic/electronic instrumentation of Loga Ramin Torkian, and the cutting-edge electronic artistry of two-time Grammy nominee producer-remixer Carmen Rizzo. NIYAZ defines the best in contemporary world music by effortlessly marrying rich Sufi mystical poetry and folk songs from the Middle East, masterful acoustic intrumentation, with modern electronics. Based in Montreal, NIYAZ is considered by critics to be one of the most groundbreaking groups of its time. Since the release of their debut successful album in 2005, Niyaz have performed in many prominent festivals and concerts around the world. As individual artists as well as collectively they have also contributed to some of the biggest soundtracks of major Hollywood films. Their latest album entitled Sumud  which will be released in May 2012, further defines the sound that the group have received acclaim for. Sumud, an Arabic word which means “steadfastness”, offers a philosophical quest into the human depths, a message of hope against the injustice and oppression of ethnic and religious minority groups, a universal tribute to beauty, cultural and spiritual diversity, freedom and dignity for all.

Occidental Gypsy

Genre: Gypsy Jazz , World

  1. Wednesday, July 23 8:30 PM (21+)

Occidental Gypsy delivers an exhilarating blend of gypsy swing, jazz and world music with a roaring room acoustic sound.

Nationally recognized Occidental Gypsy plays a dynamic, multi-genre mix of original vocal and instrumental pieces along with many notable covers (don't miss the "gypsyfied" take of Michael Jackson's Thriller). The Boston Globe has named them a "Best Bet for Weekend Entertainment," and musician David Bromberg said of the quintet, "great singing, fantastic guitar and violin work, with high energy originals that leave the crowd crazy. An awesome band." 

Occidental Gypsy has played legendary venues such as Nighttown in Cleveland, the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Blue Wisp in Cincinnati and the World Cafe, among others.  They have shared the stage with such greats as Rikki Lee Jones, Jorma Kaukenen, Stanley Jordan, Joe Sample, Tony Rice, and David Bromberg, and band members have participated in side projects that have brought them around the world alongside legends.

Coming off a recent tour with Wynton Marsalis, Occidental's violinist Eli Bishop rouses audiences with his expert, lightning-fast violin, while lead guitarist Brett Feldman drives the sound with masterful gypsy swing guitar. Frontman Jonathan Hurley brings an eclectic flavor and cinematic flair to the front of the stage (he has written and arranged film scores, played Italian opera in China and also has supported several country/rock groups hailing from Nashville), which fits perfectly with the band's latest story-based approach to composition.   Guatemalan percussionist Erick "Banny" Cifuentes and bassist Jeff Feldman round out the band's rich sound with an oft-danceable rhythm.

The band welcomes you to to hear their unique, appealing sound on their summer Stories, Walks & Rhythms Tour. Catch Occidental Gypsy's classics and soaring new compositions that transport the listener into a musical space that is wide, wild and timeless.

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