SUNDAY, JULY 17th
PANDORA'S BOX STAGE
Music sponsored by: Pandora's Box, JR Crawford Windermere, Sawbones & The Rock Pizza.
(11:30-12:15pm) KRISTIN CHAMBERS
Kristin Chambers is a prolific singer-songwriter and recording artist who is among the Pacific Northwest's premier live performers. Often described as a “Chameleon” songstress, Kristin’s original creations shift seamlessly from genre to genre; bluesy ballads, folksy anthems, to spirited pop songs. Still, somehow Kristin’s writing, and voice remain focused in a style that is uniquely her own - unpretentious, soulful, relatable, always hopeful, and instantly recognizable.
(12:30-1:15pm) TIM COULDN'T MAKE IT
One day in 1989 Rick Dahms and Doug Pine met on Maui. They played music together along with Rick’s brother Tim. Until one day when it was time to play, there was no Tim. “Tim couldn’t make it”, Rick said. Fast forward a few years and we find Doug and Rick both living on Vashon, but Tim, he couldn’t make it. So Rick and Doug play music together for another 20 years until it occurs to them that it might be fun to play out. So they did, and they do. With each other, and with others. Just not Tim. Tim Couldn’t Make It.
(1:30-2:15pm) SUN CITY PLAYERS
Come and enjoy the sweet acoustic sound of Sun City Players. Laura Caldwell will charm you with her heart-felt melodies of some familiar pop and folk favorites – covering artists such as James Taylor, Tracy Chapman and Paul Simon. Al Carness is an accomplished and seasoned guitarist. He has played with numerous groups and solo artists in Portland since leaving the music world in Los Angeles in 1995.
Sealth plays everything from the Mamas and the Papas to Led Zeppelin to Van Halen to the Head and the Heart. The high energy rock duo incorporates washboard, harmonica, and kazoo along with their acoustic guitars to create classic rock covers with a folky, Americana twist.
(3:30-4:15pm) RELEASED FROM QUIET
The groove-centric rock duo, Released From Quiet, is Chris Kendziorski, vocals/guitar and Mary Yeager, percussion. The foundations of RFQ began on two continents. Chris’ roots in Japan - Mary’s in Alaska. An undeniable magnetism pulled these two together and they‘ve called the Pacific Northwest home for 15 years. Chris’ strong storytelling vocals and their focus on groove create aural paintings of gravel roads, well-lit slick city streets, ancient lands and vast expanses yet to be reached. Their songs offer hope and warning, lullaby and alarm, encouragement and caution.