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Event Archive - Allen Stone, William Elliot Whitmore, Black Whales, Daniel G Harmann and the Trouble Starts

Fri. October 21st 2011 Neumos Seattle Washington (No Minors)
8pm
$13 ADV
Tickets at: Moe Bar, etix.com
Presented by: Heineken City Arts Fest
21+ :: Fences has cancelled their performance at Neumos tonight. Allen Stone will replace them. All tickets will be honored at the door :: Refunds issued at point of purchase. Tickets purchased through Etix.com can be refunded by emailing [email protected] with your confirmation number

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Allen Stone

From backwoods barbecues and community gatherings; Allen Stone emerges to share personal melodies, telling his tales of life after just 24 years. Getting his start singing at his father's church in small-town America; it wasn't until later when introduced to the greats of soul music (Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin) and then to the confessional lyrica... more info

William Elliot Whitmore

A man armed only with a banjo and a bass drum can be a formidable force, especially if his name is William Elliott Whitmore. On the new Anti- Records album FIELD SONGS, Whitmore uses this two-instrument attack to go straight to the source, leaving no doubt where he comes from. William comes from the land, growing up on a farm in Lee County, Iowa, a... more info

Black Whales

Black Whales (black * whAYles), n. : Flowers on drugs, warm-hearted spaghetti-westerns, reverb-soaked, tubey riffs in the hay amidst an organized chaos of booming and danceable rhythms, honey-sticky melodics, jangly guitar hooks, tambourines, shaker magic. Seattle, WA's Black Whales will get you good. They will hit all of your sweet spots, they wi... more info

Daniel G Harmann and the Trouble Starts

Daniel G. Harmann and his band — Forrest Haskell on bass, Shea Bliss on drums and guitarists Aaron Starkey & Kenny Ball — self-identify as master craftsmen of working class art, as sinewy and sensual as Blur, as strong as the late 90s Seattle rock scene and as emotionally honest and deep as melancholy rockers Jimmy Eat World, Idlewild, or even ... more info