The Golden Road// Crystal Beth And The Boom Boom Band// Being John Mclaughlin // Skerik (Solo)

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The Golden Road// Crystal Beth And The Boom Boom Band// Being John Mclaughlin // Skerik (Solo)
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The Golden Road// Crystal Beth And The Boom Boom Band// Being John Mclaughlin // Skerik (Solo) says
THE GOLDEN ROAD - Music of the Grateful Dead
CRYSTAL BETH AND THE BOOM BOOM BAND
BEING JOHN MCLAUGHLIN - Music of the Mahavishnu Orchestra
SKERIK (SOLO)

7pm Doors
No Cover (we <3 donations)
All Ages till 10pm

SET TIMES (APPROX)
8pm: Skerik (solo)
8:45pm: BJM
9:45pm : Boom Boom Band
11pm two sets Golden Road (or one long set)

The Golden Road:
Tribute to The Grateful Dead with Andy Coe, Paul Moore, Eric Eagle, Andy Stoller, Darren Loucas, Colin Higgins and Wayne Horvitz.

Crystal Beth and The Boom Boom Band:
A ferociously powerful, psychedelic clarinet & primal scream fronted rock band – Crystal Beth spits electric fire and cleansing water in dense currents of bethnic chants that unblock your nervous system and drop that dopamine!
Spinning her own universe of cathardcore purge pop liberation –
Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band is sweaty, trance inducing, and heart-pouring goodness for your soul.

Being John Mclaughlin:
Six Seattle mavericks brilliantly reprise the timeless music of Mahavishnu Orchestra, the astounding 1970s project of the legendary English guitarist/composer. Guitarist Tristan Gianola stokes the inner mounting flame with Eric Verlinde (keys), Alicia DeJoie (violin), Geoff Harper (bass), and John Bishop (drums), with special guest, saxophonist Mark Taylor.

Skerik is an American saxophonist from Seattle, Washington. Performing on the tenor and baritone saxophone, often with electronics and loops, Skerik is a pioneer in a playing style that has been dubbed saxophonics. He is a founding member of Critters Buggin, Garage a Trois, Tuatara, and Skerik's Syncopated Taint Septet. He is also an original member of both Les Claypool's Fancy Band and Frog Brigade and has toured with and played with numerous others in a variety of genres.
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By: Tristan Gianola