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Archive for April, 2010

Watch It Now: Washington CASH

With layoff numbers high and jobs scarce, some job seekers are looking for creative ways to find work. And thanks to one non-profit, they don’t have to look far.

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JAZZSTEPPA

APRIL 27, TUESDAY, 9:00 PM @ NEUMOS—what a great mashup of musical genres and themes… really cool!

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“TELL ME ON A SUNDAY”

APRIL 28, WEDNESDAY, 7:30 PM @ ARTSWEST— looking for a one-woman musical tour-de-force, created by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Richard Maltby Jr.? Thought so.

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TERRENCE WILSON

APRIL 29, THURSDAY, 8:00 PM @ MEANY THEATRE—this super good Juilliard-trained pianist delivers an outstanding solo concert to close out Meany’s American Masters Sampler season. Bravo!

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PAT METHENY

APRIL 30, FRIDAY, 8:00 PM @ MEANY THEATER— “The Orchestrion Project” is an idea from the late 19th and early 20th centuries merged with the technologies of today and the result is a new, open-ended platform for musical composition, improvisation and performance. The tour has been rockin’ the house around the world.

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MERLE HAGGARD

APRIL 30, FRIDAY, 8:30 PM @ EMERALD QUEEN CASINO—casinos aren’t my favorite, but hearing the great Merle Haggard sing from his new album, “I Am What I Am” is.

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BRUCE COCKBURN

MAY 1, SATURDAY, 8:00 PM @ MOUNT BAKER THEATRE IN BELLINGHAM— Cockburn says, “The whole point of writing songs is to share experiences with people”. A Cockburn experience is always a good one.

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THE AMERICAN BOYCHOIR

MAY 2, SUNDAY, 5:00 PM @ ST. STEPHEN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH— the one-thousand-year-old boy choir tradition graces St. Stephens for a day– the regular 10:30 am service, and a 5:00 pm all-music performance that same evening.

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ARLO GUTHRIE “GUTHRIE FAMILY RIDES AGAIN”

MAY 2, SUNDAY, 7:30 PM @ MOUNT BAKER THEATRE IN BELLINGHAM—join this iconic American folk voice, along with four generations of his family, for an evening of timeless stories and unforgettable classic songs.

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Notes from Nancy Guppy

I recently had a weekend that was all about local fun. First was the 2010 Edible Book Festival that I emceed. What a hoot! And so many great entries! The best in show award went to “Origin of Reeses” (based on the book, “Origin of Species”). All I can say to the creative mind behind […]

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