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Tuesday, June 25
7:30 pm
Live in the Studio: Dana Cooper
Central to Cooper's unique artistry is his ability to connect with audiences through his authentic stories and warm stage presence. His decades of experience shine through in the ease and humor he brings to both his playing and storytelling. Though he's performed with Folk and Americana greats, Cooper has always followed his own musical vision.Doors open 30 minutes early.
This is a live recording, ABSOLUTELY NO LATE SEATING
$25 / person
Rainshadow Recording
Saturday, June 29
7:30 pm
Alice Howe & Freebo
Alice Howe is a warm and engaging performer becoming known for her soulful, impeccably-tuned vocals and brilliantly crafted songs. Freebo is best known for his decade of touring and recording with Bonnie Raitt, and has distinguished himself as one of the great bassists of our time.
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Sunday, July 13
7:30 pm
Sturtz
Sturtz's music stands out for its distinctive, soothing instrumental and vocal harmonies.
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Sunday, July 21
7:30 pm
Live in the Studio: Bren Holmes
Bren Holmes (Founding/Former) of Young Dubliners w/Bob Boulding (former) Young Dubliners on Lead Guitar
$25 / person
Rainshadow Recording
Thursday, August 11
7:30 pm
Les Arrivants
Les Arrivants (The Arrivals) is comprised of Amichai Ben Shalev (bandoneon), Abdul-Wahab Kayyali (oud), and Hamin Honari (percussions), three musicians who settled in Montréal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
$35 / person
Palindrome Hall
Sunday, August 18
7:30 pm
Sway Wild
San Juan Island, WA-based indie folk-rock duo Mandy Fer and Dave McGraw are back at it with a new sound, and a new name: Sway Wild!
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Saturday, August 24
7:30 pm
2Ality: Steve Grimes & Steve Stusser
Steve Grimes - I am a multi-stylist songwriter, so all my albums cover a wide swath of genres, from folk to funk. The songs are a concoction of the many musical influences and ingredients that make up the gumbo of my life, both real and imagined.
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Friday, August 30
7:30 pm
Nathaniel Talbot Trio
It's a challenge for Talbot to not only pursue his music, but to run an organic vegetable farm and seed company on Whidbey Island. Talbot will be joined by bassist Keegan Harshman and Mickey Grimm on drums.
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Thursday, September 12
7:30 pm
Christie Lenee
"Acoustic Guitarist of the Year" and celebrated singer/songwriter Christie Lenee is more than a musician - she's an experience. Symphonic compositions flow from her fingertips effortlessly, with sound ranging from transcendental folk-pop to virtuosic instrumentals.
$25 / person
Palindrome Hall
Tuesday, October 22
7:30 pm
Iona Fyfe
Scots Performer of the Year (winner) - Scots Language Awards 2020! Aberdeenshire folksinger, Iona Fyfe, has become one of Scotland's finest singers, rooted deeply in the singing traditions of the North East of Scotland. In 2021, she became the first singer to win the coveted title of Musician of the Year at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards.
$30 / person
Palindrome Hall
Friday, October 25
7:30 pm
Peter Mulvey
Peter Mulvey has been a songwriter, road-dog, raconteur and almost-poet since before he can remember.
$ / person
Thusday, January 16
7:30 pm
Clement Brothers
The Clements Brothers are George and Charles Clements, identical twins from New England. They've been playing and writing music together for as long as they can remember and 'The Clements Brothers' marks their first project together since playing in the internationally touring grass-roots band, 'The Lonely Heartstring Band' with whom they put out two albums on Rounder Records.
$25 / person
Tuesday, March 25
7:30 pm
Luke Bulla
Luke Bulla has been singing and playing music most of his life. He won the National Fiddle Contest (in Weiser, Idaho) six times in his respective age categories. His seventh win came in the Grand Champion division at age sixteen, making him the youngest to have earned the title at the time.
$ / person
Tuesday, May 13
7:30 pm
Tannahill Weavers
Born of a session in Paisley, Scotland, and named for the town's historic weaving industry and local poet laureate Robert Tannahill, the Tannahill Weavers have made an international name for their special brand of Celtic music, blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms.
$30 / person