Fair Trade Music for Seattle, Monday, May 22, 2017
Monday, May 22, 2017
Fair Trade Music for Seattle
925 E Pike St,
Since the Dutch trio of producers Kraak & Smaak released their first album ‘Boogie Angst’ worldwide in 2005, the boys’ dj set, soundsystem and live band have grown steadily into well-respected forces in today’s international club and festival scene.
818 E Pike St
Check out “The most diverse and groovy series of jam sessions” in Seattle, hosted by talented, local musicians! The house band—Entremundos—includes Adriana Giordano on vocals, Eric Verlinde on keyboard, Dean Schmidt on bass, Jeff Busch on drums, and Ernesto Pediangco & Tor Dietrichson on percussion.
1325 E Madison St
Appalachian Yard Art
8310 Greenwood Ave N
12:15pm ROBERT VIERSCHILLING. CLASSICAL GUITAR
412 N 36th St.
Led by creator Morgan Gilkeson and creative director Davy Nefos, extend your weekend with MO’ JAM MONDAYS. Since 2013, the Nectar Lounge continues to host this event where musicians gather to jam, artists create, and comedians entertain!
5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle
Max Cannella Trio // 5 for Five
1426 1st Ave, Seattle
Soulful and raw, Londoner Michael Kiwanuka’s critically-acclaimed debut album ‘Home Again’ (April 2012) staked his claim on the list of great British singer-songwriters. As a body of work, Home Again was a genre-defying nod to the heritage names of soul, and reinforced the real strength of young British music talent.
Stone Way Café
3510 Stone Way N, Seattle
Mark Brainard is fresh to the Seattle scene. Armed with strident vocals, biting guitar, and an all or nothing mentality, Brainard sings it like it is. Drawing evident influence from 60s Rock and Folk legends, but contributing generously to the conversation with lyrics that demand to be heard. With topics ranging from a shark attack, to divorce. Mark Brainard is a lyrical contortionist, and is worthy of your loving.
Tula’s Restaurant and Jazz Club
2214 2nd Ave, Seattle
Swingin’, well-crafted arrangements and tight ensemble work produce a rich “big band” sound from this jazz sextet’s three-horn front line. Megabopolis is led by OA2 recording artist and award-winning composer Nelda Swiggett, and performs many of her original compositions and arrangements.