Live and Local for Saturday, November 23, 2019

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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, November 23, 2019 here's what's happening:

Joe Blue and the Roofshakers


Joe Blue and the Roofshakers - FREE and family friendly. 7:30 - 9:30pm

Third Place Commons Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE in Lake Forest Park.

Formerly known as "The Fabulous Roofshakers," these hard rockers return to shake up the dance floor with their wailing blues harp, gritty vocals, and soulful saxophone along with a rock-solid rhythm section.

Rain City Time Machine at Aurora Borealis


Rain City Time Machine with special guest Electric Boots - 8pm - $10 get Tickets

The Aurora Borealis 16708 Aurora Ave N, 206-629-5744.

Rain City Time Machine is back at the Fantastic Aurora Borealis in Shoreline. 

Join RCTM for a night of dancing on the beautiful, huge dance floor to all your favorite songs from the 1960’s to some of today’s biggest hits.

Opening for Rain City Time Machine is Electric Boots – the Premier Elton John Tribute Band. This is two amazing shows in one night !


Value Ape, Insect Man, Margo Adrift - 9pm – 1am - $7 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.

Jesse James and The MOB at
Easy Monkey Taphouse


Jesse James and The Mob - $7 cover - 8 - 10pm

17537 15th Ave NE Suite B, Shoreline 98155
Call for Reservations: (206) 420-1326

Voted “Best New Blues Band 2014” by the Washington Blues Society, Jesse James and his band the MOB bring originality to the blues music we all know and love.

Every member has a defining background that makes their style unique and intriguing. The MOB creates amazing music so be prepared to hear original music and songs you might already know, performed in new ways.

CD Woodbury at Grinders


CD Woodbury - 8-10pm - $10 cover
Reservations highly recommended: call (206) 542-0627. And call if you can't make your reservations!

19811 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline 98133

From a reputation as an ace sideman and “The Northwest’s best kept secret” in the Pacific NW blues scene; CD Woodbury is emerging as an internationally recognized singer, songwriter, and guitarist. 

The CD Woodbury Band album “Monday Night!” charted internationally in its genre, including 30 weeks at #1 for the Roots Radio Report’s Washington State independent radio chart and peaking at #8 on the international independent blues radio charts. 

Jupiters Trail at the Lake Trail Taproom


7324 NE 175th St Ste F, Kenmore

Jeff and Tara Ingrum play live acoustic foot-stomping, sing-out-loud classic cover songs. with some originals thrown in for good measure. 

Their mix of guitars, harmonica, vocals, and an array of percussion instruments makes for a fun time for all!

Gail Pettis at North City
Bistro and Wine Bar


Gail Pettis and Jovino Santos Neto $20 Cover - 8pm - 10:30pm
Reservations and Tickets required
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.

Gail enjoys interacting with listeners; her live performances have been described by Earshot jazz as going “…from strength to strength, performing a winning, crowd-involving style of vocal jazz.”. 

As artist-in-residence at the Amersfoort Jazz Festival in the Netherlands in 2006, she was featured artist with the New Manhattan Big Band, also Eddie Conard and the Dutch Jazz Cats on the mainstage and smaller combs in venues in Amersfoort and Harderwijk. Included on this tour was a stop in Kobe, Japan to perform as a guest artist at KAVC Hall as First Place winner of the Seattle-Kobe Female Jazz Vocalist Audition.


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