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A jazzy insect, a carnival of animals, plus talented local musicians and dancers headline free show
If you’re curious about the symphony, this spring is a great opportunity to listen live and in person
All instruments, beginners and advanced musicians welcome!
Music of all kinds provides the backdrop to our lives, whether we deliberately choose a piece to listen to, or we suddenly find our feet… Continue reading
Brothers Britt and Jack Espinosa, who grew up in Kingston, and their band Becoming Bristol will be holding a benefit concert Dec. 4 at Bayside… Continue reading
There are things that we all have in common and things that make us different, but one thing that draws people together, no matter where… Continue reading
Auditory sensations: music’s common language transcends the spoken word
Live music returns with performances for all ages!
Show starts at 7: 30 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.
Johnson is best known for his Grammy Award-winning instrumental Cliffs of Dover
Steve Fossen and Michael DeRosier, the founding bassist and drummer for the 1970s rock band Heart, have formed what they call a “spin-off” band called… Continue reading
Music from some of Kitsap County’s most talented bands filled William D. Harvey Theatre last Saturday for the Kitsap County Battle of the Bands finale.… Continue reading
Showtime starts at 7:30 p.m., tickets range from $18-$43
Finale is Saturday, September 28 from 6-10 p.m. at Olympic College’s William D. Harvey Theatre
The final three bands of the summer-long competition performed at the Manette Saloon Saturday
All the way from Atlanta comes Blair Crimmins and The Hookers, bringing their Dixieland and 1920s Ragtime stylings to the Treehouse Café on Bainbridge Island,… Continue reading