We have 3 shows coming up – First will be up in Arlington at the Mirkwood Public House. This Middle Earth/Hobbit style pub will host ourselves, Whiskey Fever from Sedro Wooley and West Coast musicians, Tobias The Owl. It should be quite the show and we’ll be talking on Facebook and Twitter about transportation up to the show in Arlington.

Then we have 2 Seattle shows – one on the 7th of October at substation and another on October 20th at LoFi. More news about those shows will be coming soon.

We played at the Greenwood music crawl on September 3rd as the first band up! It was our first show in the Shanghai room in the Northstar Diner – playing a show with the move, Legend playing in the background.

3 gigs in 3 days was pretty tiring, but a fun time was had. Thursday night was at Substation in Ballard with Burnseer, Dead On Cue and Sundodger. Friday night was a battle of the bands featuring The Welkin Dim, The Paul Lambert Music and finally, Kassidy Lynne. Then there was the looong drive to Tonasket, WA to play at the beautiful venue of the Music At The View Festival.


We had our first show with Lena on drums on May 2nd at High Dive in Fremont. A picture speaks 1000 words….


Our first show of 2017 at Darrell’s Tavern in Shoreline, on January 6th. Great news if you live in the North end of Seattle! We were joined by Black Giraffe and Sundodger. A lot of fun, including a guy who bought a round of drinks for everyone…….Thanks.

Another show  – November 12th at Skylark Cafe…

Mazen joined us on stage for this gig and we made use of the Skylark’s magnificent projector.
A blast of a show at Tim’s again on September 16th – check out the line-up:  Gold Bar, Oil Can, The Swangos and These Young Fools, who we enjoyed playing with at High Dive earlier this year.



A rockin’ night at Tim’s Tavern was had on July 9th, with a full line-up including Maxifinger, The Heyfields, California band Why These Coyotes and Dain Norman Music from Tacoma.

On June 17th there was a slightly more mellow vibe at the Skylark Cafe and Club, with local singer/songwriter Julianne Wurden and Portland’s Future Historians.

April 26th we were back at the High Dive with Thunders of Wrath and Sand Diego band Gone Baby Gone. Not to mention, These Young Fools headlining….Mention has to go to Steve Jones for the awesome poster:


The show at Tim’s Tavern nearly didn’t happen due to sickness. But it did happen, with Joshua Miller, The Pop Cycle and Reanu Keeves and the Funky Falcons completing the lineup. Tim’s is a cool spot with surprisingly good sound and we hope to be back there soon.

The details for that show are here

Here’s a picture from our show at the Central Saloon, supporting Garbeau and Red Martian:


A great night of rocking was had by all:
February 10th – The Central Saloon, in Downtown with the bands Enormodome (Flagstaff, AZ) and Beverly Crusher (Seattle, WA). 9PM $5. There are more details here.

Thanks to everyone who made it out to the Skylark Cafe for our show with Ahmi Ahms and Service Animal. Thanks again to everyone at the Skylark Cafe.

– January 9th, along with Service Animal and Ahmi Ahms at the Skylark Cafe and Club in West Seattle. The show starts at 9pm and tickets are $7. More details are here. Stoked to have a weekend gig!

Here’s the poster for our next show on December 22nd:


Thanks to Strange Like Us for the artwork.

UPDATE: Meany Hall is HUGE:

Back stage Meany
That’s Julian over there. Way over there……..

After that, we’re in the process of organizing a few more gigs, the first of which looks to be 12/22/15 at the Sunset Tavern. Keep checking here (or here) for more details.

We’ll be at the High Dive in Fremont on October 20th. The show starts at 8pm – you know it will be raining so come along and keep dry.


Our last show was July 19th at the Rendezvous in downtown Seattle:

Join us for our Falling Ceiling EP release party.
Jed and the Sunkillers will be supporting, along with Itemfinder.


This will be our last show until the Fall, so come on out and enjoy the music!

The picture is courtesy of Alasdair Turner – Cheers Al.