SUNDAY, JULY 17th
BEER GARDEN STAGE

Music sponsored by RO Enterprises, CFM Carpet, Brown Financial Solutions,Vashon Events, Vashon Chamber, Bandstand Music and The Lodges On Vashon

(11:30am-12:15pm) THE FAB THREE 

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Beatlemania is alive and stronger than ever judging by the number of groups that perform the timeless songs of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. From the Royal Albert Hall to music stages large and small the seats are filled with Beatles fans young and old.   Three of those fans have put their talent and love for this music together and created the newest, most compelling Beatles band yet.

(12:45-1:30pm) ONCE UPON A TUESDAY

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“You sort of remind me of X or Y artist, but you really have a unique sound and I really like it!” Once Upon A Tuesday hears this on occasion. “Seattle Soul Meets Rock n' Roll” is how the band thinks of their musical style. Lead vocalist/guitar player Tyke Reasy and bassist/vocalist Keith McNeal began writing together shortly after meeting while in the Navy. Since being paired at an open mic with and subsequently adding Sandy Johnson on drums and percussion in 2012, they have steadily continued to assemble an impressive catalogue of their own songs. Once Upon A Tuesday will take you on a musical excursion that bends and blends genres into something unique.

(2:00-2:45pm) WILLIE & THE WHIPS 

Will Morgan of Seattle has played guitar and sung and with other folks since he was 10 years old. Will formed Willie & the Whips in 2013 with a mission to learn and transmit the blues and thereby make new music.  They are inspired by Mississippi Fred McDowell, RL Burnside, Jr Kimbrough, Johnny Shines, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed and Y’all.    

(3:15-5:15pm) POULTRY IN MOTION 

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A Poultry In Motion show is like having a freight train come roaring through your backyard barbecue. Just grab your hat and go for the ride. There'll be some mean playing going on. There'll be some unusual between song banter. There'll be some on-stage arguing about what song to play next ("who has the Set List?"). Surely there'll be a lot of laughing, a lot of foot-stomping, and lots and lots of dancing. When Poultry is in the house, there's always a party close behind. They will be bringing their unique brand of Swampy Cajun Blues Gospel R&B Country Folk Rock n Roll to close down the Beer Garden on Festival Sunday once again!   

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