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Apr 25 (Fri)
Grumpy Old Bear Music Showcase
Grumpy Old Bear Music Showcase

An evening of acoustic pop, featuring:

Arthur James
Andy Glover
B. Lorrekovich
Norm Bowler


Apr 26 (Sat)
William Pint and Felicia Dale
William Pint and Felicia Dale

Songs of the sea, traditional and modern, served up with tremendous energy and excitement on guitars, hurdy-gurdy, octave mandolin, fiddles, whistles and some dynamic harmonies. Pint & Dale have played festivals and concerts throughout the USA as well as the UK, and Europe. With nine CDs to their credit, they fill their performances with great music, humor and fun.


Apr 27 (Sun)
Matt Snyder Sunday Mornings
Matt Snyder Sunday Mornings

Matt Snyder provides the morning ambience, playing his laid back favorites inspired by the singer songwriters of the 1970′s.


Apr 30 (Wed)
The Tenants
The Tenants

The Tenants formed in early 2012 with husband-wife duo Mitchell and Allison Dorn. The couple released their first EP “Iron and Gold” in April of that year in Appleton, WI. Mitch and Ally played acoustic shows across northeast Wisconsin before moving cross-country to Tacoma, WA in October 2012. In May 2013 after playing local open mics, the duo connected with drummer Thene Singleton and formed the Americana Folk Rock three piece. The Tenants played summer shows in the Tacoma area through July and August, teaming up with Dave Hannon, The Frosted Hearts, and The Sherman Family. The trio hopes to release a full length album in early 2014.

www.reverbnation.com/thetenantswa


May 01 (Thu)
Jim Page
Jim Page

If Seattle’s radical past has survived to the present day, it’s reflected in the political songs of Jim Page. A modern successor to Woody Guthrie and Earl Robinson, Page has been writing and singing around here since the early 1970s. He developed his performing chops singing in the streets, and playing during the breaks in other musicians’ gigs at clubs and taverns like Pioneer Square’s Inside Passage.