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First Friday Art Opening w/ Steve Schneider

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  1. Friday, July 11 5:00 PM (21+)

Photographer Steve Schneider will exhibit a group of his Rock and Roll photos at Seattle’s Triple Door Musiquarium, 216 Union Street, Seattle, for the month of July & August. A reception will be held on Thursday, July 10th from 5:30-7:30 PM. This exhibit is provided courtesy of Jeffrey Moose Gallery.

Steve Schneider has turned a fondness for Rock and Roll into a lifetime of concert documentation. Beginning with a 1973 shot of Neil Young and Graham Nash in Santa Barbara and continuing most recently with shots of Los Lobos at Seattle’s The Triple Door, his catalogue includes Rock legends from several decades frozen in revealing and dramatic action. Artists include Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Tom Petty, Merle Haggard, Kurt Cobain, Eddie Vedder, The Grateful Dead and many, many more.  Most were shot in the Northwest, Mr. Schneider's residence since 1979.  

His close association with The Grateful Dead goes back to the mid 70's when the band first allowed him stage access; his photos have been published on their CDs & DVDs.   

Mr. Schneider's career has included stints working for UPI, Gannett News Service, Reuters, and Sipa Press as well as long term commitments to corporate assignments and conventions. He also travels annually with several associations such as the National League of Cities, American Thoracic Society, and National Association for Independent Schools.  

His work has appeared in various publications including TIME magazine, which, after Jerry Garcia’s death in 1995, ran Mr. Schneider's shot of Garcia at his last Seattle concert. In Seattle, he is represented by Jeffrey Moose Gallery.  

Don't miss First Thursdays in the Musicquarium Lounge. Extend your experience beyond music and fine dining into the realm of visual art. This new series will bring color and texture to the Musicquarium walls, transforming the space into a gallery where one can view and purchase original pieces of art while enjoying dinner, happy hour, or live music within the venue.

New artists monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

First Thursday Art Opening w/ Heather Fitzpatrick (Mocha Charlie)

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I'm a wife & mother to three wonderful kids, who also have a love for music. I try to see at least 5 live shows per month, and I carry a camera with me to every show. Whether I have a photo pass or I'm only allowed to use my phone, I document each show so that I can share it with you. You may see me at a show with one (or more) of my kids, my husband, or one (or more) of the many friends I've met along this journey. We're all there to show our support, enjoy the music, and spread the word that the music that's coming out of our community is being brought to you by some amazing people.

http://www.254mochacharlie.com/

Don't miss First Thursdays in the Musicquarium Lounge. Extend your experience beyond music and fine dining into the realm of visual art. This new series will bring color and texture to the Musicquarium walls, transforming the space into a gallery where one can view and purchase original pieces of art while enjoying dinner, happy hour, or live music within the venue.

New artists monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

Live musical performance by James Redfern

www.jamesredfernmusic.com

www.facebook.com/JamesRedfernMusic


First Thursday Art Opening w/ Jason Tang

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Jason Tang has kept himself quite busy since his July 2013 exhibit in the Musicquarium Lounge. He has covered nearly 100 concerts, 5 major festivals, directed/produced his first full length music video, and was recently appointed interim editor/publisher of local music blog Guerrilla Candy. The collection on display highlights sixteen of his favorite musical moments from the last eight months.

To preview the photos and/or purchase prints, please visit http://thelasteightmonths.jktang.com/

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Don't miss First Thursdays in the Musicquarium Lounge. Extend your experience beyond music and fine dining into the realm of visual art. This new series will bring color and texture to the Musicquarium walls, transforming the space into a gallery where one can view and purchase original pieces of art while enjoying dinner, happy hour, or live music within the venue.

New artists monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

First Thursday Art Opening w/ Mike Klay aka Powerslide Design Co

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Powerslide Design Co. is the brainchild of Seattle-based graphic designer Mike Klay. A musician and an outdoorsman, his collection of manually screen-printed posters and tees evokes the beauty of nature and the energy of music.

Hailing from the South Bay Area in California, "I currently reside in Seattle where it doesn't rain as often as you think. The Pacific Northwest is a frequent backdrop for my art. What began as a silk-screened concert poster has turned into art prints, shirts and other various merchandise."

http://www.powerslidedesign.com

Don't miss First Thursdays in the Musicquarium Lounge. Extend your experience beyond music and fine dining into the realm of visual art. This new series will bring color and texture to the Musicquarium walls, transforming the space into a gallery where one can view and purchase original pieces of art while enjoying dinner, happy hour, or live music within the venue.

New artists monthly! Extended Happy Hour to 7pm!

Flamenco de Raiz

Genre: Flamenco

  1. Friday, June 06 8:00 PM (All ages)

Eric & Encarnación's

FLAMENCO DE RAIZ

AN INTIMATE EVENING OF PASSION & SOUL


with guest dancer/percussionist/singer

Manuel Gutierrez

and special guests

The artists will present traditional and original compositions & dance numbers including new, unreleased songs, rooted in the deep tradition of Andalusia, Spain; the centuries old art form known as FLAMENCO.

Audiences will no doubt feel the raw emotion of this nonstop presentation while experiencing the authentic depth and startling range of world class flamenco artists.

http://flamencoseattle.com/

Freedom Fantasia :: A liberty-encrusted, justice-soaked, apple-pie-scented pageant of patriotism!

Genre: Cabaret , Theater

  1. Wednesday, July 02 7:30 PM (17+)
  2. Wednesday, July 02 10:30 PM (21+)
  3. Thursday, July 03 7:30 PM (17+)
  4. Thursday, July 03 10:30 PM (21+)

https://www.facebook.com/pages/DeLouRue-Presents/130888353683241


Gauthier, Gilkyson, Miles – Three Women & the Truth

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Wednesday, June 25 7:30 PM (All ages)

Three women, three guitars and the words, music, and hard-won wisdom from three lifetimes spent in pursuit of the song. Three Women and The Truth is a trio of accomplished, richly talented, multiple award winning female songwriters, whose songs cut through the murky layers of life's complexities and bring clarity to many of the challenges we all long to make sense of. Writing from their life’s experience, these songwriters are skilled in balancing personal tales with classic underpinnings, which hint at the evocative idea that all our lives are full of events and incidents that touch on the mythic and the timeless.

http://www.marygauthier.com/

http://elizagilkyson.com/

http://www.lynnmilesmusic.com

Grant Lee Phillips and Howe Gelb

Genre: Americana , Multi-Instrumentalist , Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, May 13 7:30 PM (All ages)

After spending his formative years in Stockton, CA, Grant-Lee Phillips headed to Los Angeles to study film. Finding himself beneath the spell cast by local bands like the Rain Parade and the Dream Syndicate, Phillips soon partnered with Stockton acquaintance Jeff Clark to form Shiva Burlesque. The band dissolved after two critically acclaimed records, and Phillips began writing and demoing under the Grant Lee Buffalo alias. Following several solo performances, he invited former bandmates Joey Peters and Paul Kimble to join him, and the trio signed to the Warner Bros subsidiary Slash Records in 1992.

Phillips' golden, honey-soaked voice had largely gone to waste in Shiva Burlesque, but the new band enabled him to step out as a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Grant Lee Buffalo went on to release four very different LPs, although a cult following, several successful tours, and across-the-board critical acclaim (Phillips was voted Rolling Stone's Male Vocalist of the Year following the second LP) didn't translate into strong sales. Frustrated with his label's dead-on-arrival promotion, Phillips asked for his band to be released from their contract, and he was obliged. (It was erroneously reported that GLP had been dropped.) Phillips dissolved his band, anxious to forge a new path.

www.grantleephillips.com/site/index.html

Howe Gelb has traveled many a long and dusty mile to get to his place of prominence as an elder statesman of freewheeling Americana and "Erosion Rock"; A brand of music changing with the elements on a daily basis as nature intended, like giant sand, believing that continuous evolution should be a palpable element in music, as when when songs were first handed over again and again, before the frozen capture of a recording studio.

Howe Gelb's Giant Sand is the most resilient and consistently inventive American band of the last two decades--part of the well spring of the Tucson musical dynasty. Most artists who have amassed a body of work as enormous and varied as Howe Gelb have made some impression in the collective consciousness, but he continues to reside in a dimly lit corner of the rock circus. Out in the Arizona desert, Gelb painstakingly cuts and pastes home recordings into heart-renderingly intimate solo albums and rushes into spare studios for hurried jam sessions with itinerant musicians of all generations.

Giant Sand is an American rock band, based in Tucson, Arizona. Overseen by singer-songwriter Howe Gelb, its membership has shifted over the years—at times with each album. For a long while Giant Sand's rhythm section consisted of John Convertino and Joey Burns of the band Calexico.

Other members have included keyboardist Chris Cacavas (of Green on Red), bassist Paula Jean Brown (who was briefly a member of The Go-Go's and married to Gelb at the time) and drummer Tom Larkins (afterward a Jonathan Richman sideman).

Guest artists have included Victoria Williams, Neko Case, Lucinda Williams, Chan Marshall, Juliana Hatfield, PJ Harvey, Vic Chesnutt, Steve Wynn, Vicki Peterson, Rainer Ptacek, nearly all of Poi Dog Pondering and regular cameos from Gelb and Brown's daughter, Indiosa Patsy Jean.

howegelb.com/

Gypsy Soul

Genre: Blues , Gospel , Rock , World

  1. Friday, May 30 8:00 PM (All ages)

Ten albums and half a million miles later, the two have forged a musical career that has taken them all over the world, building up a loyal audience that has enabled them to sell 1.5 million downloads internationally, 120,000 CDs in the U.S. alone.  They've had their songs licensed in numerous TV shows and feature films, which have aired globally.

Anchored by lyricist Swann’s crystal-clear and expressive vocals and composer/arranger Morykit’s multi-instrumental musical ability, with a sound that ranges from full-on Americana heartland rock to country, blues, R&B, world beat and Gospel, Gypsy Soul have graduated from playing arts and wine festivals throughout the western states to headlining the prestigious 2,200-seat Britt Festival in their current home of Jacksonville in beautiful southern Oregon. They have had a Top 40 hit at AC radio in “Silent Tears,” scored a Top 5 on the International New Age and Folk charts and have won numerous independent music awards along the way, including honors at the Lilith Fair, Independent Music Awards and Just Plain Folks.

"Cilette Swann's voice is haunting and Roman Morykit's musicianship is superb. Their music stirs the soul and moves the spirit." - Monica Rizzo, PEOPLE Magazine

”Four stars.” “...Catchy, folk-based pop/rock songs with inventive arrangements suggested what a second Buckingham Nicks LP might have sounded like if Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks had not joined Fleetwood Mac.” - ALL MUSIC GUIDE

http://www.gypsysoul.com/

Happy Hour: Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers”

Genre: Gypsy Jazz

Seattle Gypsy Jazz band Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their unique twist on gypsy jazz.  “At the heart of their sound is Ranger Sciacca's sweet violin playing… his sense of melody and daring improvisations” (World Rhythm Webzine). Their tight rhythm section features a hand drummer, giving the music a bouncy swing and accentuating the joyful interplay between the two soloists. The band’s repertoire includes swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, the music of Django & Grappelli, Brazilian choros, and Ranger's unique originals.

rangerswings.com/

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