Living in the Puget Sound
Arts & Entertainment
- All Seattle
- Seattle Aquarium
- Seattle Art Museum
- Seattle Children's Museum
- Seattle Insider
- Woodland Park Zoo
- Mercer Island
- Snoqualmie Valley
- Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce
- Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce
Songwriter and musical storyteller Tom Russell mixes country music and folk while singing songs that deal with matters of the heart. Russell is an American legend whose songs have been recorded by such icons as Johnny Cash, Dave Van Ronk, Jerry Jeff Walker, Doug Sahm, Joe Ely, Nanci Griffith, Iris Dement, and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, among others.
Christopher Titus jokes about things most comics couldn't turn into jokes: custody battles, insanity, family suicides, heart attacks and fistfighting his father. His dysfunctional family and shocking life experiences were the subject of his Fox show "Titus," in which he acted and was the executive producer and co-creator.
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox
Scott Bradlee is a composer, arranger and American pianist who got his start in jazz before turning to pop music. His Postmodern Jukebox project began on YouTube in 2011 infuses notable popular songs with jazz, swing and ragtime elements, or, as a Boston Globe writer put it "takes the pop hits of the text-and-Snapchat age and recasts them as meticulously arranged period pieces, from ragtime to doo-wop."
Straight No Chaser
Straight No Chaser has emerged as one of the world's premier a cappella groups. Gaining national attention as a YouTube phenomenon for their hilarious and brilliantly performed version of 'The 12 Days of Christmas' (11 million hits and counting), this group of friends, who founded the group as undergraduates at Indiana University, all of a sudden found themselves reunited...with unforgettable new material.
Bruce Cockburn's 40-year musical career includes 29 studio albums, numerous international awards, over 20 gold and platinum records in Canada and countless concert performances since he released his first solo work in 1970. From tumbling, guitar-driven rock 'n' roll to subtle acoustic creations, Bruce Cockburn's performances run the gamut of stylistic approaches. He is a performer who masterfully moves his audience through a range of emotions, at once inspiring them to dance and next inspiring...