NW Album Reviews
100 Bands in 100 Days Presented by Verity Credit Union
Some days the featured act could be an established and locally-adored northwest-based musician and other times they could be a band with a small following that just hasn’t had their deserved time in the spotlight yet. Either way, we’re fairly confident you can come away from this daily segment with plenty of new favorites.
Overall, I felt that this year’s Fisherman’s Village Music Festival was one of the best ever. It was more low-key and relaxing being in a central area, simply, it worked. Moving it out of Downtown Everett was a good move and it will be great to see how this event grows for 2020.
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Premiering Now On NW Music Scene
Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is a beautiful storytelling new track called “It Ain’t Fair” from Seattle singer/songwriter Craig Marker.
Call Me, an archival set from jazz pianist Jack Wilson (1936-2007), features the pianist playing Seattle’s Penthouse jazz club in the summer of 1966, with his quartet including vibraphonist Roy Ayers, bassist Buddy Woodson, and drummer Von Barlow.