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Jay Dunphy and the Religion, Annie Nolan, Chuckanut Drive, David Chenery

Sat. January 21st 2006 10 - 2 Steamers Pub (No Minors) 10 - 2
6 bucks

Jay Dunphy and the Religion (Alt./country)

Three chords and the truth filled out with some great musicianship. more info

Annie Nolan

Annie Nolan sings from the heart. That's an understatement. Every passage in every song seems to be based on personal and inimate experiences. She has just begun recording her debut c.d. with Danny Deane and she is already among my favorite singer/songwriter's in the local scene. With only a handful of shows under her belt and countless open-mic pe... more info

Chuckanut Drive

Taking its name from the nearby scenic highway, Bellingham, Washington band Chuckanut Drive's sound often weaves over the lines separating musical styles. Chuckanut Drive counts such rock icons as The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Band and The Beatles among its many influences; the band also tips its hat to earlier American songwriters such as Joh... more info

David Chenery (Apocalyptic folk songs)

Nightmare poems wrapped in traditional styled folk songs, D. Chenery has played at Thursdays' with Clay George, the Brickyard and The Blenz Cafe. He is currently recording a CD in a black hole of a basement. Influenced by guys like Hank Williams, Ledbelly, The Velvet Underground... more info
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