Friday: American Standard Time Presents: A Tribute To Harry Smith
We have a very special show in store for you this Friday night as the Columbia City Theater will be hosting A Tribute to Harry Smith. Harry Smith, a record collector and music historian, put together The Anthology Of American Folk Music back in 1952, a compilation chronicling old and forgotten folk and roots music from the 1920’s and 30’s. In the words of our hosts for the evening, KEXP DJs Greg Vandy and Kurt B. Reighley, the Anthology is “the first and best-ever mixtape.”
A whole host of local musicians will be performing songs from the Anthology including:
Cahalan Morrison & Eli West
Josh Rabie of Water Tower Bucket Boys
It’s going to be special night of great music and old stories. Don’t miss out.
Saturday: The Atomic Bombshells, Michel Navedo
This is it, folks. Saturday night will be the final performance of The Atomic Bombshell’s current run at The Columbia City Theater. We’ve really enjoyed having Jasper and the girls up on our stage every Saturday this month but all good things must come to an end. Each night so far has been sold out and tickets for this last one are going fast. Save your appetites as we’ll have table service so you’ll be able to enjoy our new food options during the show. Remember that seating is limited so get there early!
Once again we’re happy to have Michel Navedo perform in the Bourbon Bar with two sets bookending the Bombshells show. There’s no better way to wrap up the night then listening to Michel’s New Orleans-style jazz while sipping on one of our many selections of bourbon. It’s free and the first set starts at 8pm.
9pm//$20//Tickets (Michel Navedo plays at 8pm and 11pm in the Bourbon. Free show)