Nashville Songwriters Round
n a bittersweet show, we'll say "Happy Trails" to one of our favorite Hootenanny sweethearts, "Future Grand Ole Opry Member" Rachel Mae. This warm and wonderful songwriter is packing up to make the move to Nashville, so this will be her final appearance on the Hootenanny... for awhile. Come see her in this intimate venue before she starts playing concert halls and stadiums! But we're excited to welcome two new faces to the Hootenanny stage! Larry Murante is a local singer/songwriter in the folk-roots tradition whose smooth vocals are a great match for his original compositions. Among other honors, Larry was the winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (yes, that John Lennon)! Our other guest artist is a rising country star from Arlington, Jesse Taylor. Jesse recently packed the house at Skookum Brewery for his CD release party, but before that he was entertaining the troops in Dubai as a special request from the commanding officer! Tickets for the May 18 show are $16.50 for adults, $13 for seniors/students/military, and only $5 for kids 12 and under. Purchase tickets online at brownpapertickets.com or by calling the Everett Theatre at (425) 258-6766. The box office opens at 6:30 the day of the show. The Hometown Hootenanny is a family-friendly event, presenting live music and a variety of entertainers in a classic venue in downtown Everett. FREE PARKING is available at the EverPark Garage, corner of Hoyt and Hewitt, just one block from the Historic Everett Theatre!
I'm playing the Sweethearts Serenade at the Tractor Tavern Sunday February 10th and I've got something REALLY special up my sleeve for this show! I hit the stage at 6:30 and $10 gets you through the door. You get your money's worth the first 5 minutes and the rest of the show is free so be there or be square! End your week with a bang! (sweetheart not required) xoxo
Sounds Like: Loretta Lynn Official, Miranda Lambert, Sara Evans, Patsy Cline, Waylon Jennings
Bio: Raised listening to the likes of Loretta, Patsy, Dolly, and Waylon, Rachel's music reflects the mark left by her musical influences. Her sound is a well crafted balance of modern traditional country with a nostalgic style that harkens back to the early years of Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline. With ...See Full Bio
My last show in Seattle is this Wednesday night at the Tractor Tavern. I'm starting to get a bit emotional about that http://rvrb.fm/11IoZJS
"I am a country fan born again with, Rachel Mae! I have fallen in love with this woman's voice which is strong as oak and as sweet as molasses."