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HWY 99 Blues Presents: Tetrabox

Genre: Jazz , Latin Jazz , World

  1. Sunday, May 18 8:00 PM (21+)

Tetrabox is a part of a new trend in music celebrating the diversity of rhythmic, melodic and harmonic influences in the world today. They encompass everything from aggressive and hypnotic electronic music to the funky rhythms of soul and motown with influences in world, latin and jazz. You can expect to hear an eclectic mix of vibes in one sitting that will move your body and soul to another plain. Currently, Tetrabox is finishing up their first album release in the studio and in the process of booking shows in Seattle and the surrounding area.

www.reverbnation.com/Tetrabox

HWY 99 Blues Presents: The Mac Daddy Band

Genre: Everything

  1. Sunday, June 08 8:00 PM (21+)

Fiftys, 60s, & 70s old time rock n roll band. Duel keyboard player Randy Mac (blind from birth), Harmonica Mike mentored by Hall Of fame winner Daryl Mansfield, Tim Ogard formerly in the band Mungo Jerry, Leslie Eggerling on vocals, Chris McMillan on vocals, bass and flute plus Gary Requa on drums make up our all star 6 person band.

www.facebook.com/TheMacDaddyBand

Jack Jones

Genre: Jazz , Pop

  1. Tuesday, June 10 7:30 PM (All ages)
  2. Wednesday, June 11 7:30 PM (All ages)

An American jazz and pop singer popular during the 1960s. Jones was primarily a straight pop singer whose ventures in the direction of jazz were mostly of the big band/swing variety. Jones has won two Grammy Awards. He continues to perform concerts around the world and remains popular in Las Vegas. Jones is widely known for his recordings of "Wives and Lovers", "The Race Is On", "Lollipops and Roses", "The Impossible Dream", "Call Me Irresponsible", "Lady", and "The Love Boat Theme".

www.jackjones.org/


 

Jay Farrar

Genre: Alt Country

  1. Thursday, August 07 7:30 PM (All ages)

As a founder of alternative country pioneers Uncle Tupelo, as a solo artist, and as the leader of Son Volt, Jay Farrar’s work often seeks out the ghosts of America’s discordant or forgotten past, converses at length with them, and writes songs that stake a claim to a better future. Most recently, Farrar has added One Fast Move Or I’m Gone: Music From Kerouac’s Big Sur (F-Stop/Atlantic), a collaboration project with Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie, to his long list of critically acclaimed albums.

For many years, Farrar’s songwriting has been inspired and influenced by Kerouac’s compositional style. He called upon this inspiration when writing the songs for One Fast Move Or I’m Gone by pulling passages directly from the Kerouac’s Big Sur and putting them to music with Gibbard. These songs were then used in the documentary about Kerouac of the same name.

Son Volt’s most recent release, American Central Dust (Rounder), marks the apotheosis of both the Son Volt dynamic and the rigorous aesthetic that distinguishes Farrar’s entire body of work, in which classic and contemporary elements are fashioned into arresting new shapes. In the classic sense, the new album exhilaratingly carries on the tradition of the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Little Feat circa Sailin’ Shoes, the Rolling Stones of Exile on Main Street and early R.E.M.

“The approach was to get back to more fundamental themes, both lyrically and musically, to make a more focused record,” Farrar explains. “The Search was more about expanding the scope in terms of song structures and instrumentation. This time around, I was going for a kind of simplicity, even in the structure of the songs. I probably learned that from listening to Tom Waits, where simplicity can be a virtue.”

These songs are the modern-day aural equivalent of the photographs of Walker Evans, Robert Frank and William Eggleston: sharply observed yet compassionate images of the telling details of everyday life during hard times. Several of them play out as psychological travelogues, as Farrar captures moods in motion. “I suppose I gather ideas for my songs while on the road,” he says, “but there’s also always the consciousness there that the songs are gonna be played on the road, so it’s intertwined.”

http://www.jayfarrar.net/




JD Hobson

Genre: Americana , Roots Rock

  1. Friday, April 25 8:30 PM (21+)

Imagine a new sound, a cross between American country outlaw roots and the old-school country blues. This is what JD Hobson has done in his most recent album, “Where the Sun Don’t Shine.” This album takes you back and rocks at the same time. Soulful – yet edgy – a whole new take on roots.

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

JD Hobson began as a solo artist performing his large repertoire of upbeat Americana and Country Blues in the Seattle area. What drew JD Hobson to old-style blues and Americana? It started with a father who came to the Northwest from Virginia with a passion for the blues. JD’s exposure started early and the music was on the radio every night. The depth and meaning of these traditional musical styles is engrained in his DNA.

www.jdhobson.com

Jelly Rollers

Genre: Americana , Blues

Primal Blues and Americana. The group originally formed as an acoustic duo with Darren Loucas on guitar and Sean Divine on harp, singing and playing in the tradition of Terry & McGhee and Cephas & Wiggins. Performers: Darren Loucas - guitar/vocals Sean Divine - harmonica/vocals Rebecca Young - bass Aaron O'Neil - drums

myspace.com/jellyrollers/music/songs

Jelly Rollers

Genre: Americana , Blues

  1. Saturday, May 10 9:00 PM (21+)

Primal Blues and Americana. The group originally formed as an acoustic duo with Darren Loucas on guitar and Sean Divine on harp, singing and playing in the tradition of Terry & McGhee and Cephas & Wiggins. Performers: Darren Loucas - guitar/vocals Sean Divine - harmonica/vocals Rebecca Young - bass Aaron O'Neil - drums

myspace.com/jellyrollers/music/songs

Jessica Fichot Quartet

Genre: Folk , Gypsy Jazz , World

Drawing from her French/Chinese/American heritage and her youth in Paris, chanteuse and songwriter Jessica Fichot performs original French chanson, gypsy jazz and international folk. Following the release of two acclaimed albums "Le Chemin" and "Le Secret", she has toured throughout the U.S., China, Mexico, Canada and western Europe - backed by her fiery band (clarinet, guitar and upright bass), and armed with her accordion, toy piano and beautiful multilingual vocals.

www.jessicasongs.com/

www.facebook.com/jessicafichotmusic

Joe Doria/Brad Gibson

Genre: Jazz , Organist

  1. Saturday, May 17 10:00 PM (21+)

Groovy, Funky, Jazzy music, perfect for your night out on the town.

bradgibson.com/

www.joedoriamusic.com/

Joe Ely w/ David Ramirez

Genre: Country Rock , Singer-songwriter

Joe Ely is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist whose music touches on honky-tonk, Texas Country, Tex-Mex and rock and roll.

He has had a genre-crossing career, performing with Bruce Springsteen, Uncle Tupelo, Los Super Seven, The Chieftains and James McMurtry in addition to his early work with The Clash and more recent acoustic tours with Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, and Guy Clark.

www.ely.com/

www.davidramirezmusic.com/

 

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