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Swingnuts Jazz @ The Lights of Christmas

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

 

Fri, June 4, 2010

Kittyhawk

Pete's Grill & Pub

4640 Tolt Ave

Carnation, WA

9:00 PM

Wow. It's Kittyhawk folks, a band that has not played in "public" for 30 years! It's good ol' Southern Rock & stuff: The Amazing Rhythm Aces, The Allman Brothers, Little Feat, Lynyrd Skynrd, and a smattering of other material form various ages. The band has had an annual reunion for decades now, and in 2010, had their first-ever mid-year rehearsal in February, so hey, we're ready to rock!

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Sat, April 17, 2010

One Ton of Ducks

The Stanwood Hotel & Saloon

26926-102nd Ave NW

Stanwood 98292

8:30-11:30 PM

Another brief migratory rafting before the next inevitable flush.* The flock touches down Saturday night with original rock stories, performed live at Stanwood’s original entertainment center, the fabulous Stanwood Hotel & Saloon.  www.stanwoodhotel.net (A ton - or so - of ducks can be a flock anywhere, or they can be a raft if they are floating on the water; or a flush if they have just taken flight.)

 

Saturday, February 13, 2010

One Ton of Ducks

Leatherheads

Pub & Eatery

10209  270th St NW Stanwood, WA

8-11:00 PM

 

Saturday, November 14, 2009

One Ton of Ducks

The Stanwood-Camano Chili & Chowder Cookoff

3-7:00 PM

Come enjoy heartfelt rock, folk, and jazz-flavored original music, have a drink and a snack and some tasty music.

www.stanwoodhotel.net (Check the web site to read all about paranormal occurrences at the old Hotel.)

 

Saturday, October 17, 2009

One Ton of Ducks

The Stanwood Hotel & Saloon

26926-102nd Ave NW, Stanwood 98292

9:00 PM

 

Sept 13, 2008

4:00 PM

One Ton of Ducks

in concert

Art at The Plant Farm

The Plant Farm at Smokey Point

15022 Twin Lakes Avenue

Marysville, 98271 360.652.3351

Original Rock and Roots from Camano Island, live at the Arlington Arts Council's first annual Art at the Plant Farm event, featuring live music and 60+ artists booths, Saturday and Sunday Sept 13-14, 2008. OTOD takes the stage at 4:00 PM on Saturday.

 

July 19-20, 2008

Art by the Bay

Camano Island's Arts Festival

The festival will feature 6 hours of live performances each day. See www.stanwoodarts.com for details.

 

Saturday, July 19, 2008

11 to 1:00

Amber Darland

An outstanding singer/songwriter. memorable, heartfelt original songs well sung.

 

1 to 3:00

The South End String Band

Camano Island's own "fiddle tune big band," performing old-time music with down-home wit and wisdom.

 

3 to 5:00

Pocket Monkey

Eclectic polyrhythmic Original jazz rock, caught somewhere between Laurel Canyon and the Mediterranean.

 

Sunday, July 20, 2008

11 to 1:00

The Stilly River Band

Bluegrass for everyone! where else are you gonna you hear a Sam & Dave song played on a fiddle?

 

1 to 3:00

The Acoustic Detour

Featuring Selena Tibert

13-year old Selena, a Detour Daughter, is a prolific songwriter and emerging star.

 

3 to 5:00

One Ton of Ducks

Camano Island's own original coffeehouse rock and roots band.

 

One Ton of Ducks

In Concert at Espresso Americano

at the Everett Public Library

Fri. Feb 22, 2008

7:00 - 9:00 pm

Espresso Americano is located in the Everett Public Library, but it's OK to make noise there! In fact, this is one of the nicest places around to enjoy tasty live music and good treats. The Everett Public Library is located at 2702 Hoyt Avenue in Everett. Admission is free with the purchase of a beverage.

 

One Ton of Ducks

At the annual Stanwood-Camano

Chili & Chowder Cookoff

3:00 to 7:00 pm

Sat. November 10, 2007

At the Camano Island Senior & Community Center

606 Arrowhead Rd., Camano Island

Click here for a map

The Chili & Chowder Cookoff is quite the event around here. Dozens of local businesses, artists, restaurants, and individuals show up with gallons of their finest concoction, in hopes of snagging the title of the best chili or chowder in all of Camwoodland. Bragging rights are at stake, and you are the judge. The best part, and the reason so may people show up for this event, is that you get to eat a lot of great food. Folks go for the gold, dragging out the old family recipes or their own tried-and-true methods, and the results are generally outstanding. The Center is elbow-to-elbow with folks eager to weigh in on the quality of the entries. For just $10, you get 10 cups of chili and/or chowder (you probably won't need more, but you can buy more if you want), and there are usually plenty of crackers, breads, and other palette-cleansing munchies around, plus a full helping of live original rock and roots music in a room with a no-host beer and wine bar! With everybody cookin' for you (including us) how can you miss ...?

 

This is the official debut performance of One Ton of Ducks, a band of seasoned musicians performing finely-crafted original rock and roots music as well as a few carefully-selected songs written by others. The band includes members of local favorites Steve Harris & Friends (minus Steve this time), plus Roger Ludwick of Big Quack Records recording artists Giza. All the band members are songwriters and top-notch musicians: Mark Dodge sings and plays guitar, keyboards, ukulele, and bass; Roger Ludwick sings and plays acoustic guitar and keyboards; Wende Hilyard sings and plays percussion; Patrick Donicht plays bass, percussion, and keyboards; and Thomas Kemper plays the crap out of the drums. The band plays songs by several Big Quack Records artists, including Giza, Steve Harris, Bob Christensen, and Mark Dodge (whose CD is due out in mid- 2008).

 

Sponsored by the Camano Island Chamber of Commerce www.camanoisland.org The Center is located at 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island, WA.

 

Steve Harris & Friends

with Special Guest Roger Ludwick

At Brindles on Camano "no ferries" Island

6:30 to 8:30 pm

Sat. September 8, 2007

Brindles Marketplace

848 North Sunrise Blvd., Camano Island

Click here for a map

Come for an early evening of original folk and rock with Steve Harris & Friends, along with special guest Roger Ludwick of the Big Quack Records' band Giza, live at Brindles on Camano Island, Saturday, September 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Steve Harris - guitar and vocals; Mark Dodge - guitar, bass, electric tenor ukulele, keys, and vocals; Wende Hilyard - vocals percussion; Thomas Kemper - drums and percussion; Patrick Donicht - bass, percussion, and keys, and ...

 

Mark Dodge & Friends - A New Beginning: Mark Dodge & Friends

Joining us for a few tunes at Brindles this time will be Roger Ludwick from Giza. Roger is the newest member of the band, which is undergoing somewhat of a metamorphosis. Steve's personal life and his good work with the American Cancer Society has become more demanding (and rewarding), but will be taking him away from the Northwest more and more frequently. So after this weekend, Steve will play with us when he is available. It's really the same band plus Roger and sometimes minus Steve (but not this time). We're working on a lot of new material: a bunch of Mark's originals, and songs written by Roger and Mark in collaboration during the Giza project. We're excited about the new direction of the band, so stay tuned for news about our "coming out" performance later this year.

 

The new CD from Steve Harris & Friends

is due out on March 30 2007:

here on island time

CD Release Party

- with cupcakes -

at the FLOYD!

 

    Espresso Americano

    Friday, March 30

    7-9pm - Everett Pub Library

    Performance

    The FLOYD

    Saturday, March 31

    7-9pm - Stanwood

    CD Release Party

 

We'll officially release the new CD on Friday. March 30 at Espresso Americano in Everett. But we’re planning a great party for all our friends on Saturday March 31 at the Floyd in Stanwood. It’ll be an evening of ‘Island Time’ that shouldn’t be missed, with stupid party favors, wacky door prizes, Vicki's fabulous gourmet cupcakes, munchies, local artwork, and lots of great live local original music. Thanks for your support!

 

GIG DETAILS: Espresso Americano (click here for directions) is located in the Everett Public Library (but it's OK for us to make noise there!) at 2702 Hoyt Avenue. Admission is free with the purchase of a beverage. The Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center (click here for directions) is located at 27108 - 102nd Ave NW, in beautiful downtown West Stanwood. Admission to the CD release party is free.

 

About the CD, Here on Island Time

Steve Harris & Friends: Well-crafted original folk-rock pop country jazz tunes with big fat harmonies and sometimes a ukulele. Steve Harris plays guitar, Mark Dodge plays guitar, bass, ukulele, harmonica and marimba, Wende Hilyard adds soaring harmonies and percussion, and the redoubtable Thomas Kemper keeps all four limbs moving at all times on drums.

 

Steve Harris & Friends

Fridays at Brindles:

Fri. Nov. 10 & Fri. Dec. 8, 2006, 7-9 PM

Also appearing at

The Camano Island Chili & Chowder Cook-Off

Camano Island Senior & Community Center

Sat. Nov. 11, 2006, 3-7 PM

 

Brindles Marketplace

848 North Sunrise Blvd., Camano Island

Click here for a map

Camano Island Senior & Community Center

606 Arrowhead Rd., Camano Island

Click here for a map

 

Steve Harris & Friends

Friday, August 18, 2006

 

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Join the crew for a couple hours of toothsome original tuneage, with Steve and Mark wielding an array of fretted instruments, and Wende adding her sweet voice to some soaring harmonies. It is always possible that surprises will unfold, but you'll have to show up to find out. Copies of Steve's CD, Northwestern Sky, as well as the One Ton of Ducks CD (containing 3 of Steve's songs), will be for sale for only $10 each! Brindle's is located at the Camano Commons, 848 North Sunrise Boulevard, (Terry's Corner) on Camano Island. For more information, see www.brindlesmarket.com

 

July 21, 2006

Bob Christensen

with Mark Dodge

Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons, Camano Island, WA

Big Quack recording artist Bob Christensen brings his sweet voice to Brindles for an evening of great songs, sung by a master storyteller. Bob has a comfortable style that will make you feel like you are sitting at home among friends. Bob will be joined by Mark Dodge on bass and vocals. The show starts at 7pm; copies of Bob's CD will be available for purchase. Brindle's is located at the Camano Commons, 848 North Sunrise Boulevard, (Terry's Corner) on Camano Island. For more information, see www.brindlesmarket.com

 

July 15-16, 2006

Art by the Bay

Camano Island's Arts Festival

The festival will feature performances by Steve Harris and Bob Christensen.

 

Friday, July 7, 2006

Steve Harris & Friends

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Come enjoy another evening of good company and good-natured, contagious, original acoustic music with Steve Harris & Friends at Brindles on Camano Island. Steve will be joined by perennial co-conspirators Mark Dodge on various fretted instruments, and Wende Hilyard of the South End String Band on sweet harmony vocals. Come spend an early evening with friends, good food & wine, and let Steve's original songs take you somewhere else for awhile. Show starts at 7pm. Come on out - we’ll all have some fun!

 

Friday, May 12, 2006

Steve Harris & Friends

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Come enjoy another evening of good company and good-natured, contagious, original acoustic music with Steve Harris & Friends at Brindles on Camano Island. Steve will be joined by co-conspirator Mark Dodge on tenor ukulele and bass, and the South End String Band's Wende Hilyard's sweet harmonies, along with John Amber-Oliver of the Stilly River Band, and perhaps other special surprise guests! Come spend an early evening with friends, good food & wine, and let Steve's original songs take you somewhere else for awhile. Show starts at 7pm. Come on out - we’ll all have some fun!

 

Saturday, May 13

The Victory Music

Concert Series

Featuring

Joe Perlman, Tim Coy, Harris & Dodge

at Espresso Americano

At the Everett Public Library

Come enjoy a Mother's Day weekend evening of acoustic music at Espresso Americano at the Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Avenue. This installment of the monthly Victory Music Concert Series starts at 7:00pm, when Harris & Dodge take the stage with their special guest Alia Best, followed by Tim Coy and Joe Perlman. There is a $5.00 suggested donation. For more information call Joe Misiuda 360-652-5974, or call the Everett Espresso Americano at 425-259-3492.

 

Saturday, May 13

7:00 - 11:00pm

The Camano Island Chamber of Commerce Mother's Day Dance presents:

Renegade Radio

Classic Rock at the

Camano Senior & Community Center

606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island, WA

Take a break from Mother's Day Studio Tour mania with great dance music, tasty desserts, and tempting finger-foods. Renegade Radio is Mark Bamber, Jeff and Dan Lemaiche, with Hugh sitting in on bass and Mark Dodge, who will be rushing back from Espresso Americano in Everett to sit in on guitar for the last two sets. Renegade Radio plays classic rock and R & B, specializing in blues and "blue-eyed soul," performing songs by Van Morrison, J.J Cale, Peter Green, B.B. King, Fleetwood Mac and many others. Admission is $15/Individual - $25/Couple. Sponsored by the Camano Island Chamber of Commerce. Call 360-629-7136 or email chamber@camanoisland.org for more information.

 

Friday, April 14, 2006

Steve Harris & Friends

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Come enjoy another evening of good company and good-natured, contagious, original acoustic music with Steve Harris & Friends at Brindles on Camano Island. Steve will be joined by co-conspirator Mark Dodge on tenor ukulele and bass, and the South End String Band's Wende Hilyard's sweet harmonies, along with a special surprise guest! Come spend an early evening with friends, good food & wine, and let Steve's original songs take you somewhere else for awhile. Show starts at 7pm. Come on out - we’ll all have some fun!

 

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Steve Harris & Mark Dodge

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Come enjoy an evening of good company and good-natured, contagious, original acoustic music with Steve Harris & Mark Dodge at Brindles on Camano Island. Co-conspirator Mark Dodge plays tenor ukulele, guitar, bass, and sings harmony. A special surprise guest will most likely show up too! Come spend an early evening with friends, good food & wine, and let Steve's original songs take you somewhere else for awhile. Show starts at 7pm. Come on out - we’ll all have some fun!

 

Friday, February 10, 2006

Friday, January 13, 2006

Steve Harris & Friends

At Brindle's Marketplace

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

Friday, 7:00 - 9:00pm

Come enjoy another evening of good company and good-natured, contagious, original acoustic music with Steve Harris & Friends at Brindles on Camano Island. Steve will be joined by co-conspirator Mark Dodge on tenor ukulele and bass, and the South End String Band's Wende Hilyard's sweet harmonies, along with a special surprise guest! Come spend an early evening with friends, good food & wine, and let Steve's original songs take you somewhere else for awhile. Show starts at 7pm. Come on out - we’ll all have some fun!

 

November 11-12, 2005

Brewgrass

Downtown Anacortes

Featuring The Stilly River Band

Tune up your flat top, rosin up your bow, re-string your washtub and put on your best dress overalls. It’s time for BREWGRASS! a bluegrass and microbrew celebration. If you're coming down from the hills for just one event this year, make sure it's Friday and Saturday, November 11th and 12th for the third annual BREWGRASS! joint cover weekend where you're gonna find all kinds of great Bluegrass music and a load of great craft brewed beers. One $7 cover gets you into SIX different venues for some of the best pickin in the Pacific Northwest: 6 Clubs, 12 Bands, 48 Handles. Hot Dang! Come and go all night to the Rockfish Grill, the Brown Lantern Ale House, the Majestic Inn, PW Murphy’s, Adrift and the Watertown Pub and Grill all within a three block stretch on Commercial Ave in Old Town Anacortes. Music will start each evening at 9 PM and finish around midnight (Note: Music at Adrift will run 8 - 11:00 PM).

 

Friday, November 11 - Adrift: Queen's Bluegrass Brown Lantern: Gertrude's Hearse Majestic: The Duntons PW Murphy's: The Canote Brothers Rockfish: The Fossils Watertown: Feed and Seed

 

Saturday, November 12 - Adrift: Cliff Perry and Laurel Bliss Brown Lantern: The Stilly River Band Majestic: Runaway Train PW Murphy's: Homestyle Rockfish: Rural Delivery Watertown: Knut Bell and the Blue Collars

 

October 8, 2005

Steve Harris & Mark Dodge

Performing live at the

Doggone Walkathon 2005

To benefit the Humane Society of Skagit Valley

The contagious original tunes of Steve Harris and Mark Dodge can be heard on Saturday, October 8, for the runners and anyone else who wants to come to the Skagit County Port Walking Trail at Peterson Road and Higgens Airport Way. Walkers' registration starts at 10:00 AM, and The Walk starts at 11:00 AM. Live entertainment starts around 1:00. Also performing will be local singer Amber Darland.

 

Skagit County Port Walking Trail

Peterson Road and Higgens Airport Way

Mount Vernon, WA.

For more information, see the

Humane Society of Skagit Valley Web site:

www.skagithumane.com

 

October 5, 2005

Rock for the Cause

featuring:

The Splinters

Spoonshine

Dillinger’s Clambake

The Lincoln

Fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina Victims

at the Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon - 6:00pm

admission by donation

Food, dancing, fun with your friends -- a special event held expressly to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina in the coastal towns of Louisiana and Mississippi. The Lincoln Theatre is lining up a full evening of entertainment, with local bands, belly dancing and who knows what else. The evening’s entertainment starts at 6:00 and will headline The Splinters with Spoonshine and Dillinger’s Clambake. Drop by photos of your experiences in New Orleans and surrounding areas – we’ll show a collage of memories on the big screen. All funds go to the New Orleans Musicians Hurricane Relief Fund and Habitat for Humanity Hurricane recovery effort. See www.lincolntheatre.org for more information.

 

September 24, 2005

Steve Harris & Mark Dodge

At "Farewell to Summer Fest"

Camano Commons at Terry Corner

Performing at 4:00

Camano Commons presents Farewell to Summer Fest, a day filled with events, including the contagious original tunes of Big Quack recording artists Steve Harris and Mark Dodge, starting at 4:00pm in the courtyard. At 5pm, kids will enjoy the exuberant Garry Golightly the Bubbleman. Later, enjoy live music from a surprise guest band. Vendors are welcome for this event. Contact event coordinator Deanna Sigel at 425-220-8555 for information to reserve space. There will be a variety of other surprises as well.

 

Camano Commons (Terry's Corner)

848 North Sunrise Boulevard

Camano Island

September 17, 2005

The South End String Band

CD Release Party

The South End String Band announces the release of their second compact disc, Victims of Unbridled Ambition, recorded right here at good ol' Quacky Studios! The CD release party happens Saturday the 17th, from 4 to 6:00 PM at the South Camano Grange. $10 a car load. Borrow a bus, or fill up the trunk with friends and family! CDs will be available for a one-time-only price of $10 each!

 

South Camano Grange

2227 S. West Camano Dr

Camano Island, WA 98282

September 9, 2005

Steve Harris & Mark Dodge

LATE-BREAKING NEWS:

All admission fees for this show

go to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina

Performing live at Zippy's Java Lounge in Everett

Puget's Sound Productions & KSER 90.7-FM present the "Celt-grass" sounds of Stone Road and the contagious tunes of Steve Harris and Mark Dodge, starting at 7:30pm at Zippy's Java Lounge. $5-10 suggested donation; families/all-ages welcome! Food available. Click here for a map.

Zippy's Java Lounge

1804 Hewitt Avenue

Everett, WA 98201

425.258.4940

July 17, 2005

 

Steve Harris & Bob Christensen

& Mark Dodge

Performing live at Art by the Bay, Camano Island's Arts Festival

On July 17 at 2pm, at Art by the Bay, Camano Island's arts festival, Big Quack records recording artist Steve Harris takes the stage at 2pm, with Mark Dodge on guitar, bass, and ukulele. Steve's catchy acoustic folk songs will stick with you. Steve's CD is scheduled for release in the late summer of 2005. At 3:00pm, Bob Christensen steps up to perform some great country blues and topical folk songs, with Mark pitching in on bass and vocals. Bob has a golden voice and a talent for writing great songs, and picking great songs by other songwriters. Be sure to pick up a copy of Bob's CD, Rear View. Click here for the entire Art by the Bay concert schedule.

Art by the Bay

Utsalady Elementary School

608 Arrowhead Road

Camano Island, WA

Live Audio Engineering provided by

www.TheAudioVortex.com

 

July 4th, 2005

The South End String Band

In Concert at the

Tyee Grocery Amphitheater

3313 E. Camano Drive

4:00-7:00 pm

$5 admission

 

June 26, 2005

Pocket Monkey

Live in Concert

At the History of the World Part IV Gallery

Camano Island, WA

Putting Pocket Monkey into a specific genre is all but impossible. They are a 7-piece band playing intricate original jazz arrangements with diverse influences including Eastern European melodies, traditional jazz riffs, Frank Zappa, and drastic horns. Some of the most challenging music you'll ever see on Camano Island, or anywhere else. Pocket Monkey performances are very rare, so don't miss out. This annual performance event happens at the opening of the History of the World Gallery's 16th annual Pilchuck Glass School Staff Exhibition and Sale.

 

June 17, 2005

Steve Harris & Mark Dodge

Performing live at Sisters Restaurant art opening in Everett

On June 17 at 7pm, Sisters Restaurant is hosting an opening of a new art show featuring acrylic paintings by Stanwood artist Kaye Endes. Musical entertainment will be provided by Big Quack Records recording artists Steve Harris and Mark Dodge.

Sisters Restaurant

2804 Grand Avenue

Everett, WA 98201

 

The South End String Band

Saturday Feb. 26, 2005

7pm South Grange Benefit, South Grange Hall, Camano Island (one half mile south of Elger Bay Store) $5

Saturday March 5, 2005

7:30 pm, Tails of Two Islands Tour, Whidbey Island Culture and Arts Performing Center (WICA), Langley, WA. $12 www.wicaonline.com

Sunday, March 13, 2005

1pm, St Pat’s Day “Gatherin of the Green” Dinner/Fundraiser, Camano Island Senior and Community Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island

 

Friday, January 14, 2005

Tsunami Relief Fundraising Benefit

Starting at 8:00 PM at the Rexville Grange

featuring

SOL

With Josee Allard

The Splinters

With Stuart Torgerson, John Amber-Oliver, and John Anderson

Your admission donation goes directly to the Red Cross

Come have some fun while helping victims of the Tsunami disaster. On Friday, January 14th at the Rexville Grange, SOL with Josee Allard kicks off the show at 8:00 PM, followed by good-rockin' fun with Stanwood's own Splinters featuring Stuart Torgerson, John Amber-Oliver, and John Anderson. All donations at the door go to the Red Cross, to support their assistance efforts for victims of the Tsunami.

 

Directions to the Rexville Grange: From Interstate 5, take Exit 221 – Conway – and proceed 5 miles West on Fir Island Road. After crossing the North Fork Skagit River bridge, turn right on Summers Drive. Click here for a map.

 

Friday, December 31, 2004

The Rob Glide Trio

New Year's Party Every Hour

At The Moulin Rouge Lounge, Stanwood, WA

Phone 360-629-6002 for reservations NOW!

Make reservations for dinner before you go to your other New Year’s parties, or make the Moulin Rouge your smoke-free choice to ring in the new. Either way, on December 31st, Rob Glide starts the evening out mellow at 6:00 PM, singing and playing his signature solo piano classics. Mark Dodge and Kevin O’Reilly join Rob at 9:00 PM, playing in the new year for the second annual “Moulin Rouge New Year’s Eve Party Every Hour.” Celebrate the New Year in Puerto Rico at 8:00, and in New York at 9:00. The celebration continues through the U.S. time zones until Stanwood officially turns the clock at midnight. The Moulin Rouge will offer appropriate drink specials each hour (such as a “Rumball” for Puerto Rico). Maxime’s restaurant will have a number of New Year’s Eve dinner specials, in addition to the great selection of regular menu items and Moulin Rouge appetizers. The Moulin Rouge is located right next to Maxime's Restaurant, 10007 270th St NW, Stanwood, WA. Phone 360-629-6002 for reservations.

 

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Healing Monkey

On beautiful South Camano Island from 1pm to 3pm at the History of the World Part IV Gallery, 3311 E. Camano Drive. Healing Monkey is a loose affiliation of top local musicians who get together on an unspecified yet consistently periodic basis to play unstructured, untethered, and unrestricted improvisational instrumental monkey jazz, often under unscheduled circumstances. On this rare scheduled appearance, Healing Monkey is Patrick Donicht on bass and percussion, Thomas Kemper on drums and percussion, Kevin O'Reilly on keyborads and percussion, and Mark Dodge on guitar, bass, and percussion. more about the band

 

Saturday, September 4, 2004

The Tim Miller Band

In Concert At the Stanwood Harvest Jubilee

2:00 PM

Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center, Market Street in West Stanwood (27130 - 102nd Avenue NW)

Big Quack Records recording artist and Stanwood native son Tim Miller performs with his studio band, Camano Island's Kevin O'Reilly and Mark Dodge, and Bellingham's Aeden Hunter. Tim is an outstanding saxophone player and composer, with world-class chops and the sense to use them tastefully. Tim has rubbed elbows and shared stages with many of the greatest players in jazz, with whom he can hang. Tim's CD is near completion, and special limited edition advance copies will be available at the concert. The Harvest Jubilee features live music, games, Food, Crafts, and fun. Located at the Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center, on Market Street in West Stanwood (a.k.a. 271st). Presented by the Stanwood Area Historical Society. more about Tim

 

Bob Christensen

    9/30/06 Cafe at Turtle Bay

    Redding, CA - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    10/28/06 Cafe at Turtle Bay

    Redding, CA - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    7/29/06 - Little Filly's

    Palo Cedro, CA - 7 to 9:30 p.m.

    '06 Northwest Tour!

        7/15/06 - Art by the Bay - Camano Island, WA - Bob performs with Mark Dodge on bass and vocals at Camano Island's Arts Festival, Camano Island, WA

        7/21/06 - Brindle's - Camano Island, WA - Bob plays the hottest spot on Camano Island, WA, with Mark Dodge on bass & vocals

    6/29, 6/30, 7/1/06 -Cafe at Turtle Bay

    Redding, CA - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    6/24/06 - The Post Office Saloon

    Redding, CA - 8:30 to 11:30.

    5/17/06: Democratic Central Committee,

    Redding, CA - Hilton Gardens Hotel at 5:30 p.m.

    5/11, 5/12, 5/13/06: Cafe at Turtle Bay

    Redding, CA - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    4/28/06 - Old City Hall

    Redding CA - 7:00 to 10:30 p.m. This is billed as "A Night With the Artists." Four local playwrights are going to do readings of one act plays or scenes from longer plays with Bob playing before and during the performances

    4/22/06: Shasta Land Trust

    in Old Shasta - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

    4/22/06 - Cafe at Turtle Bay

    Redding, CA - 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

    3/24/06: Democratic Central Committee

    dinner at the Redding, CA Hilton Gardens Hotel

 

    Jan 17 through Feb 15, 2003 - Bob sings great old cowboy songs and narrates (ala Cat Ballou) James L. Rosenberg's "The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch: A Farcical Tragedy in Three Acts" at the Riverfront Theater, Cypress Ave., Redding, CA. (530) 221-1080. Performances are Wed. through Sun. at 8:00 p.m. with matinees each Sun, (except Super Bowl Sun.) at 2:00 p.m.

 

    Sept 7, 2002 - Stanwood-Camano Music Festival, Stanwood, WA

 

    July 27, 2002 - The Raging Fork,

    Red Bluff, CA

 

    July 13, 2002 - Shingletown Activities Council Benefit, Shingletown, CA

 

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