Lindsay Street

Lindsay Street plays roots music from Ireland, England, Quebec, Scandinavia, and France, as well as original compositions. Inspired by the past as well as emerging musical traditions, Lindsay Street delivers rich and varied arrangements that connect the old and the new. Lindsay Street's repertoire features creative use of accordion, guitar, violin, mandolin, bodhran, bouzouki, banjo, whistles, and other assorted instruments." 

Bilongo Quintet

Bellingham based Bilongo Quintet plays a unique style of jazz inspired from a variety of regional musical styles, from Ethiopia to Latin America. http://www.bilongoquintet.com/

Bellingham based Bilongo Quintet plays a unique style of jazz inspired from a variety of regional musical styles, from Ethiopia to Latin America.
http://www.bilongoquintet.com/

Flashback Trio

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An eclectic mix of blues, rock classics, oldies, R&B, etc. from the 50's - 70's and beyond!

Threefer

Threefer is a trio with Chuck Dingée (guitar, vocals, flute), Sharon Mayson (vocals and percussion) and Katie Weed (violin, mandolin, guitar & vocals). They play a fun, eclectic selection of music from the 60s, 70 & 80s including songs by the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Newgrass Revival, John Prime, The Police, Pink Floyd, Emmylou Harris, John Denver, It’s a Beautiful Day, and others.

Moving Hats

The Moving hats play a scrappytraditional blend. Blazing Irish fiddle tunes, traditional ballads of heartbreak and adventure, and accordion waltzesmake the fall evenings warm and cozy.      The Moving Hats features Jesse Stanton, Howie Meltzer, and Robin Elwood, as well as the occasional special guest. Raise a pint and enjoy music with deep roots and new energy.

The Moving hats play a scrappytraditional blend. Blazing Irish fiddle tunes, traditional ballads of heartbreak and adventure, and accordion waltzesmake the fall evenings warm and cozy.

The Moving Hats features Jesse Stanton, Howie Meltzer, and Robin Elwood, as well as the occasional special guest. Raise a pint and enjoy music with deep roots and new energy.

Havilah Rand

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Havilah began her music career at the age of 6 when she began composing songs on an old piano given to her family by some friends. Heavily influenced early on by James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Rolling Stones, The Police and a wide range of other styles, Havilah's songs immediately took on an identity of their own. Havilah's soulful and passionate vocal style would lead her to Interlochen Arts Academy and then on to Manhattan School of Music where she would train formally in both jazz and classical technique. Songwriting remained her true love and she soon left New York City for Seattle where she fronted pop-rock band Wish before picking up the guitar and moving on to a solo career of touring and recording. Havilah's first three albums were recorded in the Pacific Northwest where she fell into a tight knit community of artists and musicians. After a years of touring regionally and nationally for over a decade, Havilah moved to Europe in 2006 where she was warmly welcomed in Ireland, the UK and Mediterranean. She departed Barcelona wistfully in 2007 to relocate to the Live Music Capital of the World Austin, TX where she now lives. She has earned herself a steady audience and a respected name in a town where the caliber of musicianship is nothing less than stellar. "A High Wave" is a compilation of original songs inspired by a life of walking the road less traveled and expressing the deepest of thought and emotion through music.

“Havilah’s music moves across genres with ease, glancing against various facets of jazz, country, folk, blues, to stand alone as a thing in itself. Her phrasing is remarkable, syllables stretched slowly with elegance and laid down against and over each other like braids”-  Scot Casey, What's Up Magazine

"Her songs fall in that country-rock area, but more like a singer-songwriter with country influences, with her voice a country-fried cross between Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow with a little Lucinda Williams grit." - Mac MacDonald, Monterey Herald

“Like the trapped butterfly that Havilah sings of, she has definitely found her hole in the screen.  This album is sure to take flight and be lifted on the currents of smart lyrics and a wonderfully familiar soothing voice that can rock on a dime.”  Lane Gosnay - The Bugle Boy / Founder

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