Live and Local for Saturday August 24, 2019

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Chava Mirel and Frank Anderson
at North City Bistro
There's a lot of live and local music to choose from each weekend.

Most venues have food, some have dancing. Most have a cover charge and require reservations.

All have great local bands and entertainment!

This Saturday, August 24, 2019 here's what's happening:


NORTH CITY BISTRO

Chava Mirel and Frank Anderson - $15 Cover - 8 - 10:30pm - Brownpapertickets
North City Bistro and Wine Shop, 1520 NE 177th St, Shoreline 98155, Call 206-365-4447 or go to website and fill out the simple reservation request form in order to secure seats for the show. Then buy your tickets here.

Vocal stylists Frank Anderson and Chava Mirel span a wide expanse of musical soundscapes and genres in this dynamic double bill, backed by some of the great instrumentalists Seattle has to offer. Known for their gorgeous harmonies, funky dance moves and deep pocket grooves, Frank and Chava always raise the roof and touch the soul.


Silver Tongued Devils
at Grinders
GRINDERS
19811 Aurora Ave N
Reservations highly recommended; 206-542-0627 GrindersNW@gmail.com

You have all seen and heard Johnny Hanford guitar and vocals who leads the group along with Pat Hues-B3 aka Zolton, vocals; Tim Scott-bass, vocals and the drum chair varies.

They play blues, rock n roll and R/B by some of the top talent in the region. So come on down for a good time and hear some very good music.


Fireballs of Freedom at Darrell's Tavern
DARRELL'S TAVERN

The Fireballs of Freedom, The Mants, Vicious Cycles, The Wild Swings, The Hauer Things
7:00 pm – 12:00am - $8 cover - 21+
Darrell's Tavern 18041 Aurora Ave N. 206-542-6688.

Heavy rock metal and punk bands at Shoreline's own Dive Bar. Live music, vintage decor, pizza, tacos, hotdogs, and free pool.


Folichon Cajun Trio
at Third Place Commons


THIRD PLACE COMMONS

Folichon Cajun Trio - FREE and family friendly. 7:30 - 9:30pm
Third Place Commons Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE in Lake Forest Park.

Don't miss an evening of updated, lively traditional dance music from Southwest Louisiana. A little zydeco, a little two-stepping, and a whole lotta fun! 



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