Found 5 blog entries tagged as Americana.

Alan MundeAlan Munde and Adam Granger will perform at The Hidden Scene on August 18, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. The Hidden Scene is located at 5601 W Clearwater, Suite 109, Kennewick, WA. For ticket details, visit the website of Brown Paper Tickets.

Alan Munde and Adam Granger | Masters of Americana-Acoustic Music

Alan Munde and Adam Granger are regarded as veterans when it comes to Americana-acoustic music. Both have years of professional experience in performing and have shared the stage with some of the best music artists including Garrison Keillor, Jimmy Martin, Byron Berline, and Clarence and Roland White. 

Adam is a former member of the Powdermilk Biscuit Band. The Grangers Fiddle Tunes of Guitar which Adam created remains a popular reference for guitar…

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Performers 'Black Plastic Clouds' and 'Mondo Ray' Take The Roxy Bar's Center Stage in Kennewick, WA Black Plastic Clouds and Mondo Ray will be at The Roxy Bar on the 20th of May 2016. These great artists will exhibit their music talent beginning at 8:00 p.m. Please check out the Facebook page of The Roxy Bar Kennewick for more details.

About the Performers
The Black Plastic Clouds is based in Seattle, Washington. Its members are Ben Bradley and Nick Marshall, who both have flair in writing songs. The kind of music the Black Plastic Clouds plays is wide-ranging. Although the ensemble specializes in hard rock, the members' knack to pull off diverse tunes is precise. High-powered stage appeal matched with exceptional talent, the Black Plastic Clouds' performance is an event that should not be missed.

Meanwhile, Mondo Ray, states he refrains from…

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American Legion Post 34 presents Pamela Thomas -Martin - A Minor Obsession | Pasco, WAThe American legion Post 34 will be presenting Pamela Thomas- Martin - A Minor Obsession, in Pasco, WA on January 27, 2016. The performance will be held at 1029 West Sylvester St., Pasco, WA beginning 6:00 p.m. For more details, visit the website of American Legion Post 34.

About the Performer
Pamela Thomas-Martin specializes in Americana, Folk, Indie and Rock. Apart from Pamela's impressive vocal talent, she is also a songwriter. Pamela has performed in several local music festivals. To name a few of the events where Pamela Thomas-Martin was able to showcase her talent are The Tumblewee Music Festival, Hippies Music Festival/ Show 'n' Shine and the Caterwaul Music Festival. Catch Pamela's performance at the American Legion Post 34 and be amazed of her…

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The Sweet Lillies Live At The Emerald Of Siam Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, October 23 come watch The Sweet Lillies at The Emerald of Siam Thai Restaurant and Lounge in Richland, Washington at 9:00 in the evening. They are known for their gripping and progressive sound that is high energy enough to get you up on your feet dancing.

About The Sweet Lillies
They were formed one year ago and quickly captured the hearts and music souls of Colorado fans and beyond with their high energy melodic tunes. The powerful three part female harmony gives the band the rare and alluring sound. 

The Sweet Lillies derives its strength from the original and compelling song writing of Julianne Stratton and Julie Gussaroff, its powerful three-part female harmony and the the driving unrelenting, and exacting rhythms of truly great…

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Roots & Vine Festival - Yakima Downtown Yakima, WashingtonThis coming Saturday, May 16 everyone is invited to the Roots & Vine Festival in Downtown Yakima from 2:00 in the afternoon until 10:00 in the evening. Tickets for the show will be $10 in advance or $16 at the gate.

Roots & Vine Festival
The city of Yakima will host a one-day bluegrass, Americana, roots music festival in conjunction with local wineries, breweries and distilleries. The Roots & Vines Festival will take place on historic North Front Street and feature nine musical acts on two stages, for eight hours of nonstop music.

The event is open to people 21 and older. Only those with ID will be allowed on the festival grounds, but there will be free viewing for families via North Town Coffeehouse on North Front Street.

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