Living in the Puget Sound
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- 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
Eric Church is a rising country music singer and songwriter. He is known for his hit single, 'How 'Bout You,' from his debut album, 'Sinners Like Me.' His second album, 'Carolina,' sold over 500,000 copies and his third album, 'CHIEF,' featured radio hit, 'Homeboy,' and No. 1 single, 'Drink in my Hand.'
Singer-songwriter, pianist and composer Gabriel Kahane has been deeply immersed in music since childhood, with experiences ranging from singing opera in Germany to playing keyboards for a post-Brit-pop rock band in Los Angeles. With explorations of classical, jazz and pop idioms under his belt, Kahane has come into his own writing and performing songs that defy classification. One of his most famous works to-date is called 'Craigslistlieder,' a song cycle based on the texts of anonymous...
Billy Crystal is an accomplished actor and comedian known for his memorable roles in films such as 'When Harry Met Sally, 'Analyze This' and 'The Princess Bride.'
The Wood Brothers
Oliver Wood, of the blues-roots band King Johnson, and Chris Wood, of the instrumental jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood, grew up in Boulder, CO but never really found their own musical chemistry until after they'd forged their own, individual paths for 15 years. After years of musical and geographical separation, they decided to unite and create rootsy music that blends blues, folk and rock music in a way that melds their sibling harmonies and the music they loved as kids together into one...
Tommy Castro & the Painkillers
Often likened to Otis Redding's sound, Tommy Castro's music is a combination of soul-inflected rock with the occasional slow blues thrown into the mix. After being a member of several Bay Area cover bands, Castro has been leading his own bands since 1991. His release, "Exception to the Rule," won the 1997 Bay Area Music Award for Outstanding Blues Album. That same year he also took the award for Outstanding Blues Musician.