Tickets Available Here: with Beggars & Saints and Michael Stegner’s Fascination Nation
So while were proud to announce thanks to some good friends our first LP “The Kettle Black” is right on the horizon, we thought it would be fun to put together a small compilation of past projects. All different their own way, each has led to the development of the project were in now, and
This will be the first time playing The Central in this group, so were headed down to Pioneer Square this Saturday to hone our skills and play a couple sets. Were the only band playing so come on down and have some drinks with us, we’ll start right after The Sounders game.
for those in the know … post it everywhere. your about to see a lot more of it.
Were playing Quinn’s Pub on Capitol Hill for Seattle Beer Week. Featuring famous BBQ styles from the USA next to a selection of regionally brewed beers. We play from 1-3pm, open to all over 21. $25 gets you beer, BBQ and of coarse, us!
Finally we finished it. Thank you Michael Proffit for directing the video. Stephanie and Dan for letting us use their rooftop apartment to shoot the vid. Matt Stegner for hooking me up with legitimate versions of the editing software, and Cheree for letting me use her mac to produce the project. It took longer than
Heres some screenshots of the music video of “Can’t Get That Low.” In the middle of finishing up the audio and keying in time lapse clouds to replace the typical dirty, dingy, dark and grey Seattle clouds … which is great on its own, just really depressing. Should be done soon can’t wait to show
Here’s one of the pics that Michael Profitt took at the rooftop video shoot we did last week. I’m working on the photo gallery right now and should have more images posted in the gallery later this week sometime. Michael has all of his photos on display and for sale at The Jet Bar in
Was fantastic. Thanks to everyone who came out to the Comet and supported the debut show of the Kettle Black featuring Jazz Turnbow on drums and Jesse Strasbaugh on guitar. We had a blast gigging the songs for the first time as a full band, and despite a few hiccups the crowd response was amazing