Too Slim and the Taildraggers
Jul
20
7:00 PM19:00

Too Slim and the Taildraggers

Tix are $15 in advance and $20 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

What can you say - Tim "Too Slim" Langford is a legend, in the Northwest and points beyond.  It's a great live show and aways a good time.

"Too Slim (Tim Langford) is not only a master of slide guitar, But he's also a composer of the highest regard. A supremely talented performer and composer who ranks with the best that blues/rock has to offer." - Graham Clarke, Blues Bytes

"If it is possible to be a natural-born guitarist, Langford fits the description." - Rick Allen, Vintage Guitar Magazine

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Caleb Caudle
Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Caleb Caudle

Tix are $17 in advance / $22 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

Growing up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle was raised on rock n’ roll and Southern hospitality. Influenced by bands like The Clash and Velvet Underground, Caudle was playing North Carolina’s punk rock circuit by the age of 15. Naturally, his music matured with his age and he became more lyrically driven, adopting a love for collecting vinyl. In 2012, he decided to quit his day job and focus solely on music -- five years and four albums later, Caudle is gaining the traction he deserves. He was recently dubbed “the musical equivalent of high-proof bourbon – rich in flavor, with a subtle, satisfying bite,” by Rolling Stone editors for their list of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know”. He’s played Nashville’s famed AmericanaFest multiple times and his song, “Borrowed Smiles” was featured on last season’s dramatic season finale of CMT’s Nashville. And as 2018 approaches, he’s not slowly down; he’s on the lineup for the 11th Annual Cayamo, the musical cruise that travels from New Orleans to Cozumel, Mexico, and Belize, next to icons like John Prine, Buddy Miller, Brandi Carlile, Patty Griffin, and Lee Ann Womack. And most importantly, he’s gearing up to release his eighth and most refined album yet, Crushed Coins.  Caleb will be touring with his band.

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Missy Andersen
Aug
2
7:00 PM19:00

Missy Andersen

Tix are available in-store or online at www.therootscellar.com - $12 advance / $17 day of show

Born in Detroit and living in San Diego by way of Queens, New York, Missy Andersen follows her self-titled debut with a timeless follow-up of blues going straight to the spirit and body. With her band leader/guitarist/husband Heine Andersen, she has again created a personal soundtrack for good times and the pain and joys of love.

As a child, Missy was exposed to her parent’s extensive music collection that included soul, R&B, blues, jazz, and gospel. It didn’t matter what the genre was as her favorite songs were always the ones that told a story. Later she would discover Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughn, and Billie Holiday and that eventually lead her to O.V. Wright, Bobby Bland, Little Milton, James Carr, Ray Charles, Ann Peebles, and Irma Thomas.

In October 2014, the duo won the chance to represent San Diego in the International Blues Competition in Memphis along with other blues acts from all over the world. Two months later, they were ineligible to compete because Missy received a 2015 Blues Music Award nomination in the Soul Blues Artist Female category. IBC registrants cannot appear on a final ballot of the BMAs as it is considered to be the top honor in the blues. It was the first time a contestant was disqualified since the rule was instated. Says Missy, “A BMA nomination is a good problem to have.”  Indeed.

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The Brother Brothers
Aug
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Brother Brothers

"The Brother Brothers is the closest thing you can find to Simon & Garfunkel in this century" - SAVING COUNTRY MUSIC

Identical twins Adam and David Moss are a musical duo unlike most others. The Brother Brothers sound is striking and undeniably captivating. At times leaning towards the darker elements of Appalachian, klezmer, and bluegrass traditions, their songs are laden with near perfect sibling harmonies or unison singing, compelling writing, and imaginative arrangements. The acoustic duo features David on cello and guitar and Adam on the 5-string fiddle. Both with individual storied careers in the Americana music scene, the Moss brothers are now finally teaming up to bring their experiences together.

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Daring Greatly w/ Kasey Anderson
Aug
17
7:00 PM19:00

Daring Greatly w/ Kasey Anderson

TICKETS are $15 in advance / $20 day of show in-store or online at www.therootscellar.com

Originally from Calgary, Alberta; DARING GREATLY has spent the last three years touring Western Canada, the North-Western US and parts of California, perfecting their own modern style of Hippy-Rock with "blood harmonies". These years of relentless touring and collecting life experiences, influenced the bands' creativity and writing tremendously, releasing 2 independent albums, ‘Cornerstones' in 2016 and 'Works of Art' in 2017. They were dubbed, "The hardest working band in San Diego" by Boogie Magazine. Inevitably, this earned them the right to open for Bon Jovi at the Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, as well as The Doobie Brothers & The Struts in 2017.

Fronted by powerful, 3-part, “blood harmonies” provided by father, Dail Croome (50 years old - bassist), and his sons, Patrick (23 years old - acoustic guitar) and Liam Croome (21 years old - keyboards), the combination of familiar voices, each with their own unique tone and melody, create a magical vocal tapestry, like no other. With controlled dynamics, perfectly inserted fills and emotional turns, rhythmic drummer Brayden Tario (24 years old) brings the band's rhythm section to life and uses his voice to add a 4th harmony. Brandon Haddow (22 years old) hoists the electric lead guitar and rips out killer  solos, and then casually steps back, to provide soulful fills and rhythm. 

Kasey Andersen - I met Kasey Anderson in 2007, shortly after the release of his second full-length LP, The Reckoning. Within a few months of our first meeting we’d become close friends - close enough that when he ran off the rails it took months before I could listen to his voice. But once I did I remembered that in spite of Kasey’s well-publicized crime, and subsequent Bipolar I diagnosis and trips to rehab and prison, there was never anything bogus about Kasey’s music. The songs he had written - the songs that made fans and friends of the likes of Jason Isbell, Steve Earle, Counting Crows, and others - were honest and true, and still sounded as great as they ever had. When Kasey got out of prison and told me he was done with writing and performing I encouraged him to think again. After a few months of coaxing, he agreed to at least give it a try.  I helped him get a show at Portland’s Skyline Tavern and offered a little assistance on keyboards. His songs rang true that night and as we played a handful of other shows over the next year or so, I watched Kasey slowly, carefully, find his feet again. 

In March of 2016, Adam Duritz asked Kasey to contribute something to Fierce, a benefit compilation for a friend undergoing treatment for Stage 4 cancer, so Kasey reached out to longtime cohort and producer-engineer-guitarist Jordan Richter, many-handed musician Ben Landsverk and Jesse Moffat and asked if they’d be interested in donating a track. They convened at Richter’s newly constructed Room 13 Recording and cut a sizzling cover of  Tender Mercies’ “Wiseblood” for the benefit. That session spawned a series of informal jams in the fall of 2016, with the four adopting the moniker Hawks and Doves and Richter rolling tape for posterity’s sake in case anyone happened upon an idea they wanted to chase around later. Soon Kasey started scratching out new songs of his own, building from scraps he’d compiled during his prison stint. The straight ahead rocker “Chasing the Sky” came first, followed by “Lithium Blues” and the wickedly insightful “Get Low.” When Kasey started passing around Richter’s recordings of the early Hawks and Doves rehearsals, he asked me and a few old friends - Eric Ambel, Chip Robinson and BJ Barham (American Aquarium) among them - “is there a record here?”

Great musician with an interesting story...

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Jason Eady
Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Jason Eady

On his last two albums, Jason Eady earned major acclaim for his ahead-of-thecurve take on classic country, a bold departure from his earlier excursions into blues-infused Americana. Now with his sixth album, the Mississippi-bred singer/guitarist merges his distinct sensibilities into a stripped-down, rootsoriented sound that starkly showcases the gritty elegance of his songwriting. The follow-up to 2014's critically praised Daylight/Dark—an album that "belongs on a shelf next to Dwight Yoakam's Buenos Noches from a Lonely Room, Joe Ely's Letter to Laredo, and yes, even Willie Nelson's Phases and Stages," according to AllMusic—Eady's latest finds the Fort Worth, Texas-based artist again teaming up with producer Kevin Welch. Now longtime collaborators (with their past efforts including 2012's AM Country Heaven, a top 40 debut on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart), Eady and Welch worked closely in crafting the album's acoustic-driven yet lushly textured aesthetic. "At the beginning I told everyone I wanted to make a record where, if the power went out, we could still sit down and play all the songs the exact same way," says Eady, who points out that steel guitar is the only electric instrument featured on the album.

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Liz Longley
Aug
24
7:00 PM19:00

Liz Longley

Liz is THE BOMB! One of our favorite vocalists to date.

Weightless is the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s 2015 self-titled release, which garnered praise from American Songwriter, Huffington Post and CMT Edge, to name a few. The new album delivers bold, thick pop with rock-and-roll edges. The starkly personal lyrics explore complexities and even dysfunction of relationships. Her award-winning songwriting is stronger than ever, and producer Bill Reynolds, the bassist of Band of Horses (also produced The Avett Brothers, Lissie) helps embrace a lush pop-rock approach which marks a musical evolution for Longley.

Opening the show will be Kat Bula and Cory D. Ward. Kat has been with us a few times, playing her fiddle alongside Jessica Lynne.

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Karl Blau
Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

Karl Blau

Karl Blau – Skagit Valley born and bound multi-instrumentalist birthed many varieties of records as well as a quantity around 45 titles by 2017. Anticipating another Bella Union, (London label) release in November entitled "Out Her Space" which features a funk and jazz rock variety, 2016's first BU release "Introducing Karl Blau" garnered Blau a title for crooner in the country/soul sound. Karl Blau toured Europe, specifically the UK, extensively in 2016 and 17 and by contrast you could see him at Anacortes Farmer's Market playing for folks there in his home town. His band members for this tour will be members of Heatwarmer, who will also play an opening set.

Video: That's How I Got To Memphis by Karl Blau


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Shannon McNally
Sep
14
7:00 PM19:00

Shannon McNally

Man-Oh-Man...check this out:

With a time-stopping voice, born in New York but simultaneously roughed up and refined by New Orleans and Mississippi, Shannon McNally has cut a singular path through the musical landscape - one that includes a Grammy nomination and a place on the stage with a who's who of rock, country and soul: Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Bonnie Raitt, Vince Gill, Levon Helm, Dr. John, Bobby Rush, Derek Trucks, and most recently, Americana legend Rodney Crowell who took the producer's chair for her upcoming release on Compass Records, a collection of transcendent folk-blues and country-rock songs that are poised to solidify her place as a peerless Americana songwriter and performer.

"Only Gram Parsons' term "Cosmic American Music" begins to touch her mercurial, changeling roots aesthetic, . . . McNally is a Zen-like, post-Beat song poet" —Thom Jurek, All Music

"A smoldering gumbo of country, blues, R&B, soul, gospel and rockabilly — the first of McNally's promising albums to deliver her smoky tones and Southern storytelling with a consistently winning set of songs."
– Bliss Bowen/Pasadena Weekly

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John Doe Folk Trio
Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

John Doe Folk Trio

The JOHN DOE Folk Trio ? ! ? WHAT THE WHAT ! ? ! Doesn't he play punk rock w/the band X ? Doesn't he have The John Doe Rock'n Roll Band? This Folk Trio concentrates on Doe songs like a solo acoustic show but w/ more OOMPH ! There will be favorites from solo records, favorite X songs & some Knitters too but all in a FOLK style. It's like the desert or the plains, there's miles & miles of space w/ beauty and harshness. Come & hear for yourself.

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Roosevelt Dime
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

Roosevelt Dime

With a name appropriated from a coin minted in 1946, it comes as no surprise that historical reference points underscore the music of the East Coast based quartet Roosevelt Dime. This engaging brotherhood of musicians traces the rich tributaries of Americana – Blues, Bluegrass, and New Orleans juke joint Rhythm & Blues, enduring genres newly electrified with a modern charge.

The hard-touring band gathers no moss. Featuring Eben Pariser on electric guitar, harmonica and lead vocals; Andrew Green on five string banjo and backup vocals; Tony Montalbano on drums and backup vocals, and upright bassist Craig Akin, Roosevelt Dime travels from New York City's Union Square to the California coast. Whether heading north to Canada or south to Virginia, at festivals, listening rooms, clubs, whiskey bars or church basements an embracing sense of community and sterling musical interplay engages, connects and entertains audiences across a broad spectrum of ages and demographics.

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Harpdog Brown & The Travelin' Blues show
Oct
18
7:00 PM19:00

Harpdog Brown & The Travelin' Blues show

Canada's premier 'old school' harp wizard has never sounded better. Harpdog's effortless vocal delivery is a rare and natural gift. - Holger Petersen - CKUA, CBC and SiriusXM Broadcaster and Stony Plain Records President.

Charlie Musselwhite says Harpdog's got a smokin' band playing and he's singing the real deal, old school blues just like you want to hear it. The tune I did with Harpdog, Moose On The Loose, was a whole lotta fun. I ain't lyin'!

They love the traditional early electric blues sound and they perform that style with authenticity. Some call it a Chicago Blues sound. Harpdog calls it Classic Blues. Late 40's and early 50's vintage electric blues. They perform mostly originals yet they often include great songs of the masters from that era. Think Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed and of course, Muddy Waters. Audiences say that they love hearing that lo-fi vinyl sound live on stage. They do it all while using vintage gear as well. 

VIDEO: Headin’ Out

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Dori Freeman
Nov
10
7:00 PM19:00

Dori Freeman

DORI FREEMAN IS A SINGER AND SONGWRITER FROM GALAX, VIRGINIA. HER MUSIC BLURS THE FINER LINES OF AMERICANA AND SHINES NEW LIGHT ON THE LEGACY OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC. SHE BRINGS A MODERN AND HONEST PERSPECTIVE - BOTH LYRICALLY AND VOCALLY - TO THE GENRE. HER SOPHOMORE ALBUM "LETTERS NEVER READ" WAS RELEASED IN OCTOBER, 2017.

“The purity of Dori Freeman’s voice and the directness of her songwriting reflect not only her Appalachian hometown — Galax, Va. — but also a determined classicism, a rejection of the ways modern country punches itself up for radio and arenas.” – Jon Pareles, The New York Times

“A strong contender for Americana debut of the year” —Rolling Stone Country

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Heather Maloney
Jul
14
7:00 PM19:00

Heather Maloney

Tix are $12 in advance / $17 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

"LYRICS THAT CUT TO THE CHASE”  – HUFFINGTON POST

“UTTERLY GORGEOUS – VISCERAL.”  – VAL HALLER, NEW YORK TIMES

“HER NOT-SO-SECRET WEAPON IS THAT VOICE — PRETTY BUT NOT PRECIOUS, FULLY ABLE TO LAUNCH INTO AURAL BACKFLIPS BUT PERHAPS MORE AFFECTING WHEN INTIMATELY EXPRESSIVE.” – BOSTON GLOBE

“DELICIOUS… REALLY EXCELLENT” – GRAHAM NASH (CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG)

“…STUNNING, BREATHY, AND STARKLY MEMORABLE.” / “THE PRODUCTION ON (MAKING ME BREAK) DONE MASTERFULLY BY BAND OF HORSES AND AVETT BROTHERS COLLABORATOR BILL REYNOLDS — IS ROUNDED AND LUSHLY WARM.” / “SOUNDS LIKE LUCINDA WILLIAMS AND NANCY SINATRA TAKING TURNS ON LEAD, WITH THE CIVIL WARS AS THEIR BACKING BAND.” – SPIN MAGAZINE

“HEATHER MALONEY HAS CRAFTED AN UNFORGETTABLE ALBUM WITH MAKING ME BREAK. SLATED TO HIT THE STREETS IN LATE APRIL, THE NEW DISC IS A FASCINATING LISTENING EXPERIENCE FRONT TO BACK, COMBINING INTRICATE MELODIES WITH DYNAMIC MUSICAL ARRANGEMENTS AND THOUGHTFUL LYRICS — CULMINATING IN ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING RECORDS WE’VE HEARD IN A LONG TIME.”  – DIFFUSER FM

“HER MUSIC IS RIVETING, HER VOICE ADVENTUROUS, HER LYRICS THOUGHT-PROVOKING…” – NO DEPRESSION

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Sundae + Mr/ Goessel
Jul
6
7:00 PM19:00

Sundae + Mr/ Goessel

Tix are $15 in advance / $20 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

BEST JAZZ ACT OF 2017 - Seattle Weekly

VOCALIST OF THE YEAR - Earshot Magazine

"Overall, Sundae + Mr. Goessl is more than a vintage duo, their authenticity and commitment to the genre rings true, and the genuineness shines through in their renditions of these classic gems. The duo takes you through delightfully fun romps, to late night after hours sounds. Like listening to Billie Holiday, you feel you are taking two friends along with you on your day – it has that instantaneous likeability."  H. Allen Williams - Jazz Times

Sundae + Mr. Goessl are Seattle's premier Vintage Jazz Duo featuring Earshot Magazine's Vocalist of the Year, Kate Voss, and Seattle's busiest freelance guitarist, Jason Goessl. Together, this dreamy duo delivers a show packed with wit, charm, nostalgia and serious chops! The celebrated newly-wed couple has been providing entertainment to music-lovers since 2014 and has left quite an impression -- from the casual listener to critics alike. With 4 albums, 6 national tours, 2 sponsorships and over 500 shows, this industrious duo has a new album coming in 2018 coupled with extensive national touring. 

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The Mondegreens
Jun
28
7:00 PM19:00

The Mondegreens

The Mondegreens is a group of five Seattle-based musicians, carving out a niche in the cityʼs prolific indie rock scene, one that centers on wide dynamic swings and ever present three-part harmonies. The groupʼs two frontmen, David Friedlander and Russell Rabut, draw on over a decade of singing together, spinning harmonic webs across the peaks and valleys of the groupʼs vibrant sound, their voices as likely to combine over a selection from Neil Youngʼs back catalog, as a slacker rock anthem from their youth.

NOTE: We expect this to be the first in the Alley Concert Series for 2018. We’ll update once we get it all worked out.

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Eilen Jewel
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

Eilen Jewel

Tix are $17 in advance / $22 day of show...available in-store or online at therootscellar.com 

Eilen has been on our radar for a while now.  Here's a few reviews from recent albums to explain why we like her:

Paste: "The big tent of the blues encompasses a host of styles, and Down Hearted Blues runs the gamut, from the scorching electric fury of Otis Rush’s “You Know My Love” to the jaunty swing of Little Walter’s “Crazy Mixed Up World” – both penned by the great Willie Dixon – to the unplugged elegance of Memphis Minnie’s “Nothing in Rambling.” Unlike clumsier white interpreters who have tried over the years to signify credibility by resorting to histrionics or tackling obvious standards (“Stormy Monday,” “Crossroads,” et al.), or both, Jewell doesn’t claim undue authenticity, happily remaining her resolutely unflappable self."

NPR Music: The result is a rootsy, rocking record-collectors’ love affair of old songs that Jewell and her husband and bandmate, drummer Jason Beek, have a fondness for. “We really love to uncover the past. It’s almost like digging for buried treasure,” Jewell says about the new album, out on September 22 on Signature Sounds.

“Packed with vivid lyrics, steel guitars, and hot licks, Jewell’s Americana-driven brand of country music sounds tailor-made for sweltering, stagnant summer nights.”   – Eric Renner Brown, Entertainment Weekly

“It’s not an overstatement to say that Eilen Jewell is Johnny Cash reincarnate… Jewell packs a punch that doesn’t bruise until after the meaning of her work sets into listeners’ bones.” – Kate Everson, Country Standard Time

“She’s got a sweet and clear voice with a killer instinct lurking beneath the shiny surface.” -  NPR Song of the Day

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Luke Winslow-King
Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

Luke Winslow-King

Luke Winslow-King has collaborated with New Orleans legends and wunderkinds alike, including Dr. John, John Boutté, Luti, Little Freddy King, Washboard Chaz, and Meschiya Lake. In addition to holding down residencies at numerous venues and releasing four studio records over the course of nine years, he has toured extensively in North America and Europe, appearing on notable stages such as Austin City Limits, New Orleans JazzFest, Azkena Rock Festival (Spain), Paradiso (Netherlands), Maverick Festival (UK), and countless more.

Luke Winslow-King’s latest album is an example of craftsmanship at the highest level, radiating a warmth and timeless elegance. Adept at mixing country, blues, R&B, rock ‘n’ roll, and folk influences intuitively and masterfully, Luke shapes a mood from many sources and shepherds it to a unifying place of acceptance and hope. Blue Mesa is both stately and approachable, manifestly proficient but deeply personal.

What sets this album above the singer and guitarist’s previous work is how he’s absorbed the offerings of a life in music. Born and raised in the Northern Michigan town of Cadillac, he moved to New Orleans at 19 and spent the next 15 years fully immersing himself in the musical waters that flow through there. Now that he’s moved on, it is the larger world, and the people and places in it, that enthralls him. From these travels and friendships comes a deeper and richer perspective on the American musical traditions he fell in love with at an early age. 

From the first track, Luke effortlessly draws the listener into his genre-expansive, dynamic world. “You Got Mine,” co-written with friend and legendary local musician “Washboard” Lissa Driscoll (who passed away in September 2017), enchants with its laid back grace. Delicate touches of Paul Simon and Robert Cray color this paean to unconditional friendship and camaraderie. With crisp guitar lines evoking Mike Campbell, the gospel-tinged call-to-action “Break Down the Walls” and the easy-country amble “After the Rain” sit astride the solemn and the uplifting. The subtle Stax-inflected soul of the title track casts a disintegrating relationship against the inspirational scenery of the desert Southwest. “Farewell Blues,” a song written after he found out about his late father’s cancer diagnosis, has a resolute drifter’s wandering heart to guide it.

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Slaid Cleaves
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Slaid Cleaves

Tix are $18 in advance / $23 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

Rolling Stone says - "Slaid Cleaves may be the Americana genre's most under-appreciated songwriter. With a knack for giving breath to perpetually down-on-their-luck characters on albums like 2000's excellent Broke Down, the Austin by way of Maine artist evokes writers from Guy Clark to Tom Petty, crafting detailed portraits of barflies, drifters and day laborers. On June 23rd 2017, he releases his latest album, Ghost on the Car Radio, another collection of songs that reinforce Cleaves' reputation as a master storyteller, one influenced not by the shine of pop-culture but by the dirt of real life."

Slaid says - “I tend to think of songs as the whiskey of writing. Distilled down to the essence, powerful, concentrated, immediate. You can take it all in and really feel it in just seconds.”

We say - "You should really come see this show."

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The Hackensaw Boys
Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Hackensaw Boys

Tix are $18 in advance / $23 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

“The Hackensaw Boys have an infectious musical spirit that’s pure and delightful. It was a thrill to get to work with these guys.” — Larry Campbell

“The band infuses their grassy tornado with brazen punk attitude and catchy pop structure, while simultaneously remaining vehemently sincere.” — Pitchfork

“Before string bands were a “thing” in popular culture, there was the Hackensaw Boys. Before The Avett Brothers were selling out arenas, before Mumford & Sons were becoming the biggest band in music in a given year, before everybody and their brother was growing a beard and wearing suspenders and playing in jug bands, the Hackensaw Boys were mixing bluegrass and old time music with a punk attitude, and reshaping what a modern old school string band could sound like.” — Saving Country Music

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Eric Tingstad / Carl Tosten
Jun
2
7:00 PM19:00

Eric Tingstad / Carl Tosten

Tix are $20 in advance / $25 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

TINGSTAD / TOSTEN - Guitar Party of Two!

ERIC TINGSTAD
Eric Tingstad (born December 16, 1954) is an American Grammy Award-winning multi-genre record producer, musician and songwriter / composer. He was born and raised in Seattle, WA where he currently resides. Best known as a fingerstyle guitarist, Tingstad has performed, recorded, and produced Alternative Country, Blues, Americana, Rock, Smooth Jazz and Ambient / New Age music.  In addition to his Grammy-winning work with Nancy Rumbel, the always-adventurous Eric continues to record music that challenged and inspires him.

CARL TOSTEN
Carl Tosten has been redefining the way the acoustic guitar has been played for the last 25 years. A world class guitarist on both acoustic and electric guitars, has won him sponsorships with notable companies such as Gibson Guitars and most currently Yamaha Guitars as well as Elixir Stings, where he performs clinics and product demonstrations throughout the U.S. His music has been used in commercials and in film and he’s had the great fortune to play with notable musicians such as Lee Ritenour, Mike Stern, Nokie Edwards and many others. His song “What Can I say” was chosen for the prestigious Guitar Masters Cd, Volume 1,  which featured such luminaries as Jeff Beck, John Scofield, Joe Satriani and many others. Not content with just playing guitar, he is also an award winning singer/songwriter. Tuck and Patti said of Carl,  “Carl is a great guitarist and vocalist, I wish more people wrote songs like his”  Wayd Drake, Barnstormers Theater says of Carl, “ He has such a presence on stage and amazing songs” Using multiple capos and as many as 25 tunings, he is able to sonically change the instrument and the mood of his music to captivate and inspire his audiences.  A guitarist not to be missed!

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Jason Hawk Harris
May
12
7:00 PM19:00

Jason Hawk Harris

Tickets are $12 in advance / $17 day of show - available in-store or online at therootscellar.com

PRAISE FOR JASON HAWK HARRIS

"Jason Hawk Harris might be the guitarist for The Show Ponies, but he’s about to break out in his own light..." YabYum Music and Arts

Harris lets ballads catch fire and heated emotions cool off. His gospel is pretty on point, and the strength of his singing is going to make him an interesting one to watch." American Standard Time

"When people talk about the next big thing, they're talking about Jason Hawk Harris." Go See Live Music

"Imagine interpreting country music through the lens and filter of an orchestral conductor. That is Jason Hawk Harris." Twangri-La

"This is a very strong debut from a songwriter who makes it all seem effortless. His lyrics are literary in the same way that Todd Snider channels Raymond Carver, or Patterson Hood nods to Daniel Woodrell." 50 Third and 3rd

"If you didn't already know that Harris has one of the sharpest pens around, this EP is proof." Adobe and Teardrops

"It’s Jason’s ballad structured lyrics and intricate layering of sounds that make his music uniquely his own — raw, powerful, and enchanting. The moment you press play on any one of his songs you get transported into the depths of his mind."  Corduroy Soul

"One of 2017’s best EPs, you had better Get it now.  This artist is going places."  Indie Voice Blog

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Griffin House
May
11
7:00 PM19:00

Griffin House

Tix are $15 advance / $20 day of show...in-store or online at therootscellar.com

“If you are looking to be blown away by raw talent, then look no further than Griffin House.” —American Songwriter

Griffin has played Brewminatti a few times before and always gives us a great performance.  We're happy to have him back...here's a quick snapshot of what he has accomplished...so far.

Recording and performing for over a decade, House has toured with Ron Sexsmith, Patti Scialfa, Josh Ritter, John Mellencamp, Mat Kearney, and The Cranberries. He received early critical acclaim on the CBS Sunday Morning, and his songs have since been featured in countless films and television shows such as One Tree HillArmy Wives, and Brothers and Sisters. He has also appeared on Late Night with Craig Ferguson. Most recently, CNN Newsroom invited House to perform “Paris Calling,” from So On and So Forth, live on the air, and the song has been picked up by radio prior to being serviced. House has released ten albums and continues to headline his own national tours. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Jane and their two daughters.

Here's an older song - but a good one...

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The Lique
May
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Lique

Tix are only $5.  Available in-store or online at www.therootscellar.com

YES!  This band ventures just outside the lines of our usual musical offerings, and it won't be for everybody.  However, for the musically adventurous, this funky, groovy, jazzy, hip-hop fusion might be just what your Groove Doctor ordered.

The Lique’s (pronounced "Leak") debut album, “Democracy Manifest,” is the culmination of an 18 month journey together and the beginning of a multi-genre musical experience complete with a 4-piece band, spoken wordsmith, and a buoyant stage presence comprised of storytelling, fan interaction, and choreographed routines; all served with a suit and tie. The band’s history is deeply rooted in Las Vegas, by way of Rasar’s hometown of Sacramento, CA. It was in Vegas where an impromptu jam session between Rasar (MC), Jason (Keys), Sean (Guitar), Nick (Bass), and Jeremy (Drums) would eventually lead to being recognized as one of the “10 Acts To Watch in 2016” by Las Vegas Weekly, a prominent national feature in “AFROPUNK” as well as being named “Best Band” by Vegas Seven Magazine.

 

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Jared & The Mill
Apr
27
7:00 PM19:00

Jared & The Mill

We're 5 best friends from Arizona, we love our land, we love the desert, we love the mountains, and we love the people. We love each other. We love bonfires and chili lights and Sonoran dogs (look it up) we love dive bars drenched with neon signs, carne asada Tacos at 3 am, we love dirty jokes, we love asking each other what we think about things, we love margaritas, we love Van Halen and jimmy Buffett as much as we love Simon & Garfunkel, Kendrick Lamar, and Gregory Alan Isakov. We love dogs, we love our van Tamata (think "tomato" with a cowboy accent), we love you, it's true.

Tix are $15 advance and $20 day of show - available at Brewminatti or online at therootscellar.com.

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Gurf Morlix
Apr
18
7:00 PM19:00

Gurf Morlix

Tix are $12 in advance / $17 day of show in-store or online at www.therootscellar.com

We LOVE our singer-songwriter shows and we're delighted to have Gurf come back to visit us again.  You may not know his name, but we're willing to wager you own music that he's worked on.

Visiting planet Gurf has always been an enlightening experience. After all, this Gurf Morlix fellow – Buffalo born, Texas bred – has provided us with countless indelible musical moments in the last 40-plus years: his exemplary guitar and production work with Lucinda Williams; his instrumental accompaniment to artists ranging from Blaze Foley to Warren Zevon; his production of watermark albums for artists such as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen and Mary Gauthier – and, since 2000, a series of eight solo records that have a singular worldview and can be both harrowing and heartening, often at the same time.
Now, prepare yourself for “The Soul And The Heal”. Gurf Morlix’s ninth album is another chapter in a songbook that pithily relates the human condition. But though Morlix’s signatures are still present on this masterstroke – lyrics that don’t waste a syllable, instrumentation without a spare note – there is also a hopefulness and vulnerability not always readily evident on his recent releases. The fact that “The Soul And The Heal” is pivotal for Gurf is immediately clear from the striking front cover image of a heart-shaped cherry with its pit exposed, and from the stark title that he says speaks to “the healing of the soul from all the damage we inflict on ourselves”.

It would be too easy to attribute Gurf’s evolution to the fact that in February 2016 he suffered a heart attack while dead stopped in the fast lane, in a traffic jam, on his way to a gig. In fact these new songs were all written before this episode, from which he has fully recovered. But there’s no doubt the emotions stirred by the unexpected December 2014 passing of Gurf’s musical mate, rock keyboard legend Ian McLagan, contributed to the career pinnacle that “The Soul And The Heal” is for Morlix.

The album was recorded at his Rootball home studio. Morlix comes by his musical minimalism naturally: “It’s the way my brain is wired. I like to hear everything clearly.” It’s a solitary sound, different from the sonics he brought to his outside productions – but, as always, it’s anchored by Morlix’s sinewy, expressive guitar. The other constant is drummer Rick Richards – who shares Morlix’s straightforward aesthetic (and whose rhythms Gurf echoes with two foot drums during his almost 100 solo gigs a year).

This batch of songs yields the expected Morlix darkness and humor, but woven between are numbers imbued with a warm light. The call to positive action on “Move Someone,” the mindfulness of “Right Now” and the sensitive finale “The Best We Can” balance this focused collection, an album that manages to run the gamut of emotions without being cloying or obvious.
With “The Soul And The Heal” Morlix continues to create his own singular musical universe, but the yin and yang of his outlook has never been as in sync as it is now, making it even more inviting to join him on Planet Gurf.

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Jesse Dayton & Scott Biram
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

Jesse Dayton & Scott Biram

Tix are $20 in advance / $25 day of show in-store or online at www.therootscellar.com

Jesse Dayton has played at Brewminatti twice before - with John Doe and with The Supersuckers.  He's been building a cult following around the globe playing festivals in North America and Europe for years with his guitar shredding, country-infused, Americana sound. As a critic’s darling for his first record on Justice Records, Raisin’ Cain (1995), and a number one Americana radio ranking, Jesse was hired at a young age to play lead guitar on some of the last recordings, and play live, by country legends Waylon Jennings, Ray Price, Johnny Bush, Willie Nelson & Glen Campbell and he’s been featured in many guitar magazines. Sensing a shift in the music business climate, Jesse formed his own label in 2002, Stag Records, and began his most prolific recording period. While recording five solo records, one duet record, one live record, all on Stag, as well as two soundtrack recordings (Devil’s Rejects, Halloween 2) for rocker/director Rob Zombie, Jesse managed to act in movies and music videos, produce several records for other artists (the latest being Supersuckers front man Eddie Spaghetti’s “The Value Of Nothing” on Bloodshot Records), write two screenplays, and most recently wrote and directed a new horror movie, “Zombex,” starring Malcolm McDowell, Sid Haig, John Doe, and Lew Temple (“Walking Dead). All while still performing 150 shows per year.

SCOTT BIRAM:  With the heart of a genuine Texas bluesman, the head (banging) of a Zappa and Lemmy disciple, and boots resting in the dust outside of town at sunrise, Scott H. Biram journeys through the harrowing human condition like no one else. A walk on the Biram side straddles the chasm between sin and redemption and The Bad Testament lands somewhere west of the Old Testament and south of an AA handbook. It’s a record of hard-grinding lost love, blues and deep, dark Americana.

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Terry Robb
Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

Terry Robb

Tix are $12 advance / $17 day of show - at Brewminatti or www.therootscellar.com

Not much to say - Terry is THE MAN! A few career highlights - 

2017 - "Paul deLay" Muddy Award for Lifetime Achievement, Cascade Blues Assn (CBA)
- Blues Blast Music Award nominee: Best Acoustic Album - "Cool on the Bloom" (NiaSounds)
- Faculty, Britt Festival Guitar Weekend

2015 - Featured in Guitar World Magazine article on "Eight Acoustic Blues Masters"

2011- CBA Namesake Muddy Award: "Terry Robb" Acoustic Guitar

1992 – 2010 - CBA Muddy Award: Best Acoustic Guitar (19 consecutive years from inception until retiring from competition in 2011)

2005 - CBA Muddy Award: Best New Album – "Resting Place," recorded in Memphis at Sam Phillips Studios, reaches #9 on Living Blues charts (Yellow Dog Records)

1998 - Produced John Fahey's performance of "Desperate Man
Blues" in Oscar-nominated film The Horse Whisperer

1997 - "Stop This World" reaches #1 on Living Blues charts (Burnside Records)
- National tour with Steve Miller Band
- Guest of NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" 

1995 - National tour with Buddy Guy
1994 - CBA Hall of Fame Inductee

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Korby Lenker
Mar
24
7:00 PM19:00

Korby Lenker

NOTE:  This was originally scheduled as Sunday the 25th but has been moved to Saturday the 24th.

  Korby is one of those remarkably talented fellows who is pretty dang hard to pigeonhole.  His music defies genrefication...and there is something here to please everyone.  His lyrics are witty, even literary.  His music is engaging and hummable.  His stories are emotion-packed...from deeply moving to hilarious.  Oh, and he writes books.

You probably ought to come see this show.  Tix are $12 in advance / $17 day of show, available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Mary Fahl - formerly of October Project
Mar
17
7:00 PM19:00

Mary Fahl - formerly of October Project

“Sounding like no other singer of her generation” (Allmusic.com), Mary Fahl is an expressive, emotional singer/songwriter who first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s NYC-based chamber-pop group OCTOBER PROJECT. The hallmark of their sound was Mary Fahl's awe-inspiring power vocals over gorgeous melodies played with passion and sophistication. As a solo artist, Mary has released several compelling albums, including the fantastic re-working of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" for V2 Records; her wonderful, original studio album "The Other Side of Time" on Sony Odyssey; and her acclaimed album “Love and Gravity”. She has also written and performed songs for several major motion pictures, including the lead song (“Going Home”) for the Civil War epic Gods and Generals. Now Mary returns with her album “Live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House”, a collection of twenty-three tracks recorded live at one of America's oldest vaudeville theaters and winner of the Indie Acoustic Award for multi-genre “Album of the Year”. The show was filmed for PBS and is currently airing around the country. Fahl’s elegant, cinematic songs draw on classical and world music sources, American art song, as well as thinking man’s folk-pop which she performs with an earthy, viscerally powerful contralto that Boston Globe critic Steve Morse calls “a voice for the gods that can transport listeners to other realms”. Her upcoming performance will include “Exiles”, a song written for Anne Rice’s new audiobook “The Wolves of Midwinter”, a stunning cover of the Joni Mitchell classic “Both Sides Now”, and many October Project favorites.

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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The T Sisters
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

The T Sisters

The T Sisters, born and raised in California and now based in the creative hub of Oakland, embody harmony. It's in their blood, bones, and history. Erika, Rachel and Chloe have been singing and writing music together since childhood, and the lifetime of practice shows. The three sisters' inventive songwriting is supported by their own acoustic instrumentation as well as upright bass (Steve Height), mandolin/guitar (Andrew Allen Fahlander), and drums (Marlon Aldana). Their sound represents a continuum of music, from traditional to pop influences, moments of breathtaking a cappella to swells of energetic indie Americana.

In the last two years, they've been honored to support such acts as Amos Lee, The Wood Brothers, Todd Rundgren, The Waybacks, Laurie Lewis, ALO, Elephant Revival, The California Honeydrops, and more. Notable performances include Merlefest, Kate Wolf Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (support role), Sisters Folk Festival, Strawberry Music Festival, Americana Music Association Festival, Music City Roots, and Garrison Keillor's ‘A Prairie Home Companion'. Following their 2014 debut album Kindred Lines (produced by folk/bluegrass legend Laurie Lewis), the T Sisters released their self-titled full-length album in October of 2016. T Sisters has already received extensive airplay leading to a top position in the Roots Music Reports and continues to climb in the Americana Charts.

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Tinsley Ellis
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

Tinsley Ellis

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

Tinsley Ellis wears his Southern roots proudly. Born in Atlanta in 1957, he grew up in southern Florida and first played guitar at age eight. He found the blues through the back door of British Invasion bands like The Yardbirds, The Animals, Cream, and The Rolling Stones. He especially loved the Kings — Freddie, B.B. and Albert. His love for the blues solidified when he was 14. At a B.B. King performance, Tinsley sat mesmerized in the front row. When B.B. broke a string on Lucille, he changed it without missing a beat, and handed the broken string to Ellis. Tinsley’s fate was sealed; he had to become a blues guitarist. And yes, he still has that string. Averaging over 150 live shows a year, Ellis has played in all 50 states, as well as Canada, Europe, Australia and South America. Whether he’s out with his own band or sharing stages with major artists like Buddy Guy, The Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule or Widespread Panic, he always digs deep and plays, as Guitar Player says, “...as if his life depended on it.” Ellis' most recent tour with Blues At The Crossroads II: Muddy & The Wolf with the Fabulous Thunderbirds featuring Kim Wilson, James Cotton, Jody Williams and Bob Margolin was by all accounts one of the best shows of 2013.

“Feral blues guitar...non-stop gigging has sharpened his six-string to a razor’s edge...his eloquence dazzles...he achieves pyrotechnics that rival early Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.”
- Rolling Stone
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Peter Case
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

Peter Case

HE'S COMING BACK!  Triple Grammy Nominee!  PETER CASE!  One of our long-time favorites...

Peter Case, founding member of the Nerves and leader of the Plimsouls, and the first troubadour of the post-punk era, returns with his first album of new songs since 2010’s Wig! The Nerves’ 1976 “Hanging on the Telephone” EP, its title song covered by Blondie, remains a classic and has earned the band a strong following of young fans around the world. The Plimsouls song “A Million Miles Away” is a power pop classic. Case’s debut solo album, produced by T-Bone Burnett, earned him his first Grammy nomination and spearheaded a songwriter movement, now dubbed Americana. Twelve solo albums and two more Grammy nominations followed, including one for his 2007 album Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John

All along, Case has continued to tour consistently. HWY 62 collects tales from his journey, and brilliantly encompasses every facet of his diverse and critically acclaimed career. Much like a travelogue, HWY 62 includes pieces of Americana, blues, pop, and folk — all anchored by Case’s knack for creating the perfect hook.

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Planes on Paper
Feb
9
7:00 PM19:00

Planes on Paper

An amazing neo-folk duo that is garnering national attention.  PoP has incredible harmonies that are reminiscent of the sweet, sweet sounds of the Everly Bros..  They write clever and intelligent lyrics and match them with challenging, yet hummable melodies.  They will sound GREAT in the intimate space at Brewminatti.

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Seth Walker
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

Seth Walker

SETH WALKER Y'ALL!! Hands down, one of our favorite performers. He killed it at the Brewminatti Block Party and he's coming back to give us a GREAT show with his trio. If you haven't seen him yet - plan ahead. This will likely sell-out.

It's a cool, bluesy, New Orleansy, funky vibe with a whole lotta soul!

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Freddy & Francine
Jan
27
7:00 PM19:00

Freddy & Francine

Freddy & Francine is an Americana-Soul duo comprised of Bianca Caruso & Lee Ferris. With voices reminiscent of Aretha Franklin & Van Morrison, their songs blend Soul, R&B, Folk, and Americana with a modern, yet timeless appeal to all ages. 

“Ferris and Caruso have found their respective vocal soulmates, the kind of perfect harmonies that send a gripping shiver down the backbone of the listener” says The Deli Magazine.

No Depression says, “Freddy & Francine currently top my list. There is definitely a palpable chemistry between these musicians, with their vocals blending like milk and honey.”

National audiences continue to be drawn to the duo as they “bring it all out on stage from a lullaby so sweet you’d swear a choir of angels were harmonizing just for you; to gut-busting, foot stomping tunes befitting a New Orleans gospel choir.“ - Flagstaff AZ Daily Sun

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Harpdog Brown & The Travelin' Blues Show
Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Harpdog Brown & The Travelin' Blues Show

They love the traditional early electric blues sound and they perform that style with authenticity. Some call it a Chicago Blues sound. Harpdog calls it Classic Blues. Late 40's and early 50's vintage electric blues. They perform mostly originals yet they often include great songs of the masters from that era. Think Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed and of course, Muddy Waters. Audiences say that they love hearing that lo-fi vinyl sound live on stage. They do it all while using vintage gear as well. 

Harpdog Brown is a gifted vocalist and an imaginative harmonica player. He is a three-time Maple Blues Award Winner (2014, 2015 and 2016), Fraser Valley Music Award Winner, three-time Western Canadian Music Awards Nominee, Juno Nominee and the only Canadian to win the coveted Muddy Award. In 2016 he was nominated for 3 Maple Blues Awards (Harmonica Player, Male Vocalist and Album of the Year) for his latest release Travelin’ With The Blues. The new album features a duet with Charlie Musselwhite and was produced by the Beale Street Blues Bopper himself, Little Victor with guest appearances from Kid Andersen, Big John Atkinson and more. 

The band was juried to showcase at Blues Summit in Toronto, and Folk Alliance International in Kansas City. They also represented the White Rock Blues Society in the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis.

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Ian Moore
Jan
12
7:00 PM19:00

Ian Moore

Ian's musical journey has been vast and ambitious. His first two records pushed the envelope of the Blues Rock genre, including psychedelic, power pop, and heavy art influences, and predating bands such as My Morning Jacket and Gomez by many years. His mid period, coinciding with a move to the Pacific Northwest, found him exploring psychedelic folks on records such as his YepRoc records, Luminaria, which No Depression said belonged alongside Grant Lee Phillips and Wilco, channeling Scott Walker and the Beach Boys. Around 2006 Ian's records took a turn into the noise rock, power pop realm, as he released To Be Loved and El Sonido, now being compared to Matthew Sweet and Big Star. Pop Matters put it succinctly as they summed up his career to date, saying " Sure, he’s got his peers, but he’s ballsier than Josh Rouse, bluesier than Josh Ritter, grittier than Matthew Sweet, brainier than Ryan Adams, and more muscular than Grant-Lee Phillips. Moore’s transformation from trade bluesman to restless pop chameleon maybe most closely echoed by Chris Whitley" which is short form of saying that Moore is not easily tagged by genre and comparison, and in his diversity and understanding of form, he is unique in his time.

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Western Centuries
Dec
29
7:00 PM19:00

Western Centuries

Round up a country band and an early R&B group with three lead vocalists, weave in a hefty amount of vocal harmony and witty turns of phrase, and let ‘em rock out like The Band. The sound of roots music mavericks Western Centuries sits at these crossroads, and their debut album Weight of the World introduces a band as skillful in their musicianship as they are innovative in their writing. With upbeat, barroom dance numbers, lilting, introspective tunes of heartbreak, and everything in between, the album strikes an oft strived for but rarely achieved balance between genre busting experimentation and thoughtful continuity.

Comprised of Seattle based country musician Cahalen Morrison, jam band veteran Jim Miller (co founder of Donna the Buffalo), R&B and bluegrass by way of punk rock songwriter Ethan Lawton, pedal steel player Rusty Blake, and bassist Dan Lowinger, Western Centuries are clearly a diverse bunch. The band is collaborative in nature, but they are – albeit subtly – helmed by Morrison. After years of performing in prominent roots duo Cahalen Morrison & Eli West (whose music made fans of Tim O’Brien, Jim Lauderdale, Dirk Powell, and BBC Radio’s Bob Harris along the way), Morrison formed and led the band Country Hammer, made up of members who have mostly crossed over into Western Centuries. 

Tix available at Brewminatti or online at www.therootscellar.com

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Xmas with Tingstad & Rumbel
Dec
16
7:00 PM19:00

Xmas with Tingstad & Rumbel

Each and every season for 31 years, Grammy Award-winning artists, Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel have been home for the holidays creating a longstanding tradition with Northwest families. Their holiday presence illuminates the enduring spirit of the season with a gift of song.

The perfect blend of Americana fingerstyle guitar, double reeds; and the ocarina emitting the nostalgic sound of penny whistles, lends magic to the season that fills the world with hope through the redeeming power of music. The enduring relationships Tingstad & Rumbel have created through the years continue to bring family and friends together as memories are made and cherished thereafter. 

Festive and reverent, solemn and lively, the repertoire Eric and Nancy bring to audiences year after year are perennial favorites that have been passed down through the ages. Eric and Nancy first collaborated in 1985 recording their debut CD, The Gift which quickly became a holiday classic. Their holiday discography includes, Comfort and Joy, Star of Wonder, and Peace on Earth.

Well-known throughout the country and throughout the music industry, Tingstad & Rumbel won the Best New Age Grammy Award in 2003 in support of Acoustic Garden. Tingstad’s latest ensemble release, Southwest was nominated for a Grammy in 2007.

Eric Tingstad's latest CD - Mississippi went to #1 on the radio charts world Wide last July and came in at #2 in the Top 100 for the year.  His CD was also Nominated for Album of the Year and Best Contemporary Album at the ZMR Music Reporter Awards held in New Orleans.

Tix are $25 in advance / $30 day of show
in-store or online at therootscellar.com

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Nora Jane Struthers
Nov
30
7:00 PM19:00

Nora Jane Struthers

Nora Jane Struthers is guided by fire.  Struthers has [come] up with some of the most quietly powerful narratives within the new wave of Americana artists.  …  The sound of the Party Line has progressed to include propulsive electric guitar and drums, and Struthers’ sweet voice is showing an edge, the better to meet the challenge.”  Ann Powers, NPR Music.

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