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Spite House is proud to present John Seman, who will be teaming with Scott Adams to present Stallion Dump.

John Seman is co-founder of the Monktail Creative Music Concern, leader of the Lil Coop Sextet, organizer of the MCMC big band Non Grata, and one of Seattleā€™s busiest mercenary bassists. He performs regularly with Ask the Ages, Hound Dog Taylor's Hand, and the Wally Shoup Deep Lounge Quartet. He is owner of RPM Preservation Studio, DJ and co-host of Flotation Device on KBCS, and a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Learn more about John and his music at

Scott Adams is a musician based in Seattle. He is a composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist in a variety of contexts. He has recorded in an underground cistern, performed music with an improv theater group, composed for full orchestra, played Javanese gamelan, played banjo in a polka band, co-written musicals (including one for children), performed on radio, written music for a parade, and is a recovering elementary school music teacher. Learn more about Scott at

STALLION DUMP is a rare alignment of troubadour and journeyman, Stallion Dump present spontaneous songs, ribaldry, absurdity, and mirth. Improvisations by Scott Adams and John Seman.

Spite House is an intimate venue that features an up close and personal gathering with artists and performers. Whitney's solo set will create a dreamy soundscape that includes piano, guitar, percussion and vocal loops.

This is a night of music not to be missed.

Doors Open 8:00 pm

Set 1: Outlaw Space, featuring Stephen Fandrich and Bill Monto
Set 2: Stallion Dump: Featuring John Seman and Scott Adams
Set 3: Extemporaneous collaboration (see below)
Spite House Concerts started in 2013 as a venue for new music. Beloved by Seattle's improvisation communities, the series continues every Tuesday evening. Concert artists are selected by a rotating group of curators, local musicians devoted to finding Seattle's most interesting and unique new music.
The third set is open to improvisers. Audience members are welcome to bring voices and other instruments. After the concert proper (approx.10:30pm) we form up impromptu duos and small ensembles to create a set of improvised magic.
$20 Donation encouraged but not required.
Food and drink always on hand in the kitchen..
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