Introducing a new column, amplifying ‘The Local Music Scene’

Welcome to the newest every month column for My Edmonds News, MLTnews and Lynnwood TodayThe Neighborhood New music Scenewill emphasize community music and our amazing community musicians. Guidance your area artists and venues!

Right here are my top picks for February’s just cannot-overlook songs situations. Be sure to e-mail if you want to increase upcoming demonstrates that includes community artists or nearby venues.

Feb. 8

Crooner John Pinetree will be at the Aurora Borealis in Shoreline. This is an all-ages present with John Pinetree and the Yellin’ Degenerates and there is no cover. A mix of reimagined favorites mixing jazz, blues, funk, soul and Americana.

Feb. 17

Image by Annette Rivera

Favored A single Adore Bridge — showcasing Alan Hardwick, Rico Valenzuela, Mark Pendolino and Gary Sparling — will perform Friday, Feb. 17 at 192 Brewing in the Kenmore space. A lot of space to dance and enjoy their upbeat new music in a pleasurable and roomy venue. To maintain up to date on Just one Adore Bridge demonstrates, click on in this article.

Feb. 25:

Award-successful songwriter Kellee Bradley will be just one of the many highlighted artists at the Feb. 25 GeorgeFest to honor the late, excellent George Harrison and raise revenue for the Historic Everett Theatre. Above 25 Northwest musicians will take the stage to honor Harrison and benefit the 122-calendar year-old theatre in the coronary heart of downtown Everett, on what would have been George’s 80th birthday.Bands include things like Apple Jam, The Nowhere Gentlemen, Wings-n-Items, Petty Thief, Wasted on the Way, Kings of Hollywood, Laurel Canyon Legacy, Rockfish and Mates, The Kellee Bradley Band, The trailer Park Kings, Freeway 9, and Herding Cats, to name just a several. Tickets are out there at

Edmonds Centre for the Arts normally has a wide variety of performers coming from all about the world to entertain and delight us. This month’s major choose is Dumpstaphunk, showcasing Jon Cleary in Acquire Me to the River Live: New Orleans on Feb. 25.  It will be a exciting evening of funk-fusion grooving. Tickets readily available right here.

Love the new music!

— By Rachel Gardner

Rachel Gardner has a heartfelt appreciation for artwork in all forms and believes everybody is an artist, some just don’t know it nonetheless. A committed and concerned Edmonds resident, she can often be noticed onstage cracking jokes involving sets or in the audience experiencing neighborhood live performances. She enjoys currently being playful with her art and obtaining distinctive ways of expression, like forming a boho-grunge-folks ukulele trio with community Edmonds mothers.


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