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Hari Kondabolu

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  1. Monday, December 05 7:30 PM (17+)
  2. Tuesday, December 06 7:30 PM (17+)
  3. Wednesday, December 07 7:30 PM (17+)


HWY 99 Blues Presents: Brett "Bad Blood" Benton

Genre: Blues , Guitarist

Alabama-born and Southern-raised, Brett "Bad Blood" Benton recently left the city of Pensacola, FL to perform his hill-country and delta style of blues around the country. Now living in in the Pacific Northwest, this 24-year-old artist has shared his soulful and southern style from Richmond, VA to Austin, TX and made it all the way up to Seattle, WA to make the same mark. Under his belt he can claim playing in a quickly-growing list of places ranging from Edgar Allen Poe's historic neighborhood alongside Richmond's own The Bush League, historic theaters, county fairs, restaurants, music venues, and of course good ole fashioned house parties (especially on the front porch!). He also lists among his accomplishments being featured as Artist of the Month in the Pensacola-based Po10tial Magazine, being featured two months in a row in the WA Blues Society's Bluesletter (June AND July), and a live interview/performance on Everett-based KSER Radio's Saturday night program "Audio Indigo". 

Although he has shared the stage with many musicians, from local spoon and harmonica players all the way to the likes of Grammy-Nominated Artist Cedric Burnside and very recently for a short beer-garden set at the Winthrop Rhythm and Blues Festival, his raw style is best heard paying homage to its roots: solo, acoustic slide guitar along with "foot stompin' and hollerin' " as Bad Blood himself would put it. His love and respect for this style of blues will make you feel like you are sitting on a southern porch with him in the dead middle of wet summer heat. Some of his biggest influences include (but are not limited to): Fred McDowell, Robert Johnson, R.L. Burnside, his grandson Cedric Burnside, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Junior Kimbrough, Skip James..and the list goes on. He has even traveled to the state of Mississippi itself to learn this particularly rhythmic, often hypnotic and intensely driving style of blues from its very source in Holly Springs. Although very recently moved from the South, he is already making headway in the Pacific Northwest blues scene, so stay tuned for his upcoming shows. 

HWY 99 Blues Presents: Paul Green Quartet

Genre: Blues , Jazz

Featuring Ed Weber - keys, Greg Feingold - bass, and Max Holmberg - drums.

http://paulgreenblues.com/

Iris Dement

Genre:

  1. Thursday, November 10 8:00 PM (All ages)


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)

Jelly Rollers

Genre: Americana , Blues , Everything , Roots Rock

In the beginning, there was the blues. Jake-legged, hurt-fed and liquored-up, the music crawled gimpy and beat and beautiful out of the deltas and valleys and dusty byways of the American continent, crooning a seminal lament that, like a wolf to prey, went straight for the guts of love, longing and all that time takes away. Without the blues, there is no nothing—no jazz, no hip hop, no pop, no rock-‘n’-roll. It’s the foundation for everything. This, then, is the tradition mined and then moved forward by Seattle outfit the Jelly Rollers, an agglomeration of talented musicians who, for the past 15 years or so, have been steadily building a body of work that is both achingly old-timey and somehow new, fresh, of-the moment. And yet, the band makes this history and this tradition and this music its own, by daring to take it seriously and to play it as though life depended on it.

Joe Doria Trio

Genre: Funk , Fusion , Jazz , Organist

NW raised Joe Doria has been composing and performing on Hammond Organ, piano, and varied vintage keys/synths since the 90’s. Steeped in Hammond tradition studying the giants of the instrument he also never limits himself to one style and can be seen working with new projects often. Featured in numerous bands and CD’s, Audiences are dazed with his ability to comp both the bass lines and the chordal structure of a song, while at the same time adding depth and dimension to every song he performs. At home and in touch with the Hammond, knowing the instrument and it’s history so well as to make it sing in any situation.

Johnny A

Genre:

  1. Saturday, November 19 8:00 PM (All ages)


Jonatha Brooke

Genre: Folk Rock , Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, October 04 7:30 PM (All ages)

Jonatha Brooke has written songs, made records and toured since her days in Boston with The Story. The Story released two albums, Grace in Gravity and The Angel in the House, on Elektra Records. In 1995, Jonatha released Plumb,  the first of two solo albums on MCA/Universal, followed by Ten Cent Wings in 1997.

In 1999 she started her own independent label, Bad Dog, and has since released six more albums. Her 2008 release, The Works, combined previously unheard, unpublished Woody Guthrie lyrics with her own music and arrangements. Recently, she’s co-written songs with Katy Perry and with The Courtyard Hounds. Jonatha has written for three Disney films and several television shows, and has composed the theme song for Joss Whedon’s, Dollhouse.

From 2010 to 2013, Jonatha took a touring hiatus, to write and develop her one-woman play, My Mother Has 4 Noses, a mother-daughter love story about her mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease. In 2014, ‘4 Noses played for ten weeks, at The Duke Theater on 42nd Street to rave reviews — “Devastating and gorgeous. A poignantly funny, beautifully created narrative” (New York Times). A ground-swell of social networking and community support followed. The newly released companion recording, of the same name, landed in the top 50 Albums of 2014 by ABC Entertainment.

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