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Blues News:

-Gibson Guitars is in bankruptcy.

-Another location of 13 Coins is now on King Street just outside CenturyLink Field in Seattle’s Pioneer Square featuring more live music with No Cover!

-The Central in Pioneer Square has a weekly jam with Tim Scott, Sunday’s, 6-8pm.

-The Royal Esquire Club in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood opened in 1948, and in 2018 celebrates 70 years of bringing live music to Seattle! Look for many major events later this year to celebrate this meaningful milestone. Find the Sea-Town All-Stars host the best Open Mic in Seattle there every Tuesday night!



June 25-30 – Centrum’s Voiceworks Workshops, Showcases & Concerts – Port Townsend, WA

June 27 – Marymoor Park, Redmond - Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, 6:30pm

June 28 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – Patti Allen and Monster Road

June 29 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – LA – Lightnin’ Willie and the Lightnin Horns: Randy Oxford, Ron Hendee and Mike Maring, Hurts Like Hell opens

July 2-3 – Jazz Alley, Seattle – Greg Adams & East Bay Soul

July 4-7 – Waterfront Blues Festival, Portland, OR – The Mavericks, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Beth Hart, The Revivalists, Marc Broussard, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Ruthie Foster, The Motet, Aki Kumar Hindi Blues, Curtis Salgado, Dusty 45s, Chubby Carrier & The Bayou Swamp Band, Jimmy “Duck” Holmes, Dexter Ardoin & The Creole Ramblers, Seth Walker, Mary Flower, Nikki Hill, Rae Gordon Band, Polyrhythmics, Kid Ramos, LaRhonda & The Steele Family Band, The Mel Brown B-3 Group featuring Saeeda Wright, Sister Mercy, Kevin Selfe Big Band, Muddy Waters Tribute and lots more!

July 7 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – An evening with Seth Walker featuring special guest Seth Freeman

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