Thu, Apr 19 / 7pm doors - 8pm show

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Wrong Way at the Roundabout
Three Seattle gentlemen enjoying musical conversation in the power trio vein.  Uptempo blues rock with a focus on story telling, improvisation and the desire to stoke a crowd with all three instruments front and center.  Josh Brockmeyer on the drums, Tom Wade on bass guitar and Richard Laqueur on guitar and vocals. All three members draw heavily from classic rock, blues, and funk.  Sure to move somebodies.  

Anthony Lee Philips Band 
A fusion of chamber jazz and indie-rock, the Anthony Lee Phillips band blossomed from a few Seattle friendships and a whole lot of songs written in 2013. Anthony had been playing with drummer Jack Brady in the group Blue Poseidon, and was beginning to record some of that music in February 2016 - music that would become the independently released Between Doubles.

During that time, Anthony had been in a band with his dad Steve Phillips on drums, cellist and composer Justin Huertas, and bassist Ted Lim. Due to a family crisis and scheduling conflicts, however, that group dissolved. Ted and Jack came back into the group for a few gigs, and the group started to play out more. Trumpet player Andrew Forbes came in for a few songs on that record, and Anthony Lee Phillips band started to play out more. As a quartet, they began to develop a collective voice playing some shows around Ballard, and producing their own house shows.

Summer 2017 saw a hiatus, and the autumn brought a fresh 17 songs into the fold, as well as the addition of singer (and songwriter, in her own respect) Natalie Paige. On December 13th, The Blur E.P., a collection of all-new tunes performed by the songwriter, alone, was released,     and The Blur Electric - a full band variation of those songs - will be released later this Spring. A collection of 30-40 songs will be released as an official songbook later this year, and if inspiration strikes again, perhaps another full album of original material will see 2018.

Mark Brainard