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Tuesday January  29 2019
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
 
•••  21 AND OVER
$10
Blanco Niņo
www.facebook.com/blanconino420/
 Psychic
Charlie and the Rays
www.charlieandtherays.com/
 Folk // Rhythm & Blues
Maya Elise
www.mayaelisemusic.com/
 Folk



Blanco Niņo
Nate Bennett
Nick Bennett
Ben Tinsley
Kris Miller
-from Long Beach, CA

-Brothers from Long Beach CA


Charlie and the Rays
Jordan Stobbe, Gracia Bridges,
Rebecca Stobbe, Jack Brady
-from Seattle, WA

-fter evolving from buskers on the streets of Pike Place Market in Seattle, to a full band, Charlie and the Rays meld “sunshine-y, Vitamin D-rich folk” with classic rock and blues and have packed a punch across the Northwest. Gracia Bridges and sisters Jordan and Rebecca Stobbe founded the troupe in their childhood homes of Shoreline,

Washington. From powerful female vocal harmonies and exuberant guitar licks to McCartney-esque basslines, the group sits somewhere between 60s rock ’n’ roll and oldies folk. The band has been featured at Capitol Hill Block Party, toured neighboring states such as Oregon, Idaho and Montana.



Maya Elise
-from Berkeley,CA
-Berkeley-based songwriter, Maya Elise, crafts and shares songs that invite you in gently and let you stay awhile. Through melodies and stories as honest and comforting as a home-cooked meal, Maya speaks her full truth by paying homage to family, relationships, and the natural world. Maya grew into her folk roots in the Sierra Mountains where she learned that singing with other people leads to a more whole society. She aims to create spaces with music that bring people together through song and shared experience. Take a listen to her latest album, “The Way I Say Your Name” at www.mayaelisemusic.com.
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