The Lucky Strikes River + Roads Fox and the Gypsi Live at The Anchor! Friday 2/27!
IT'S HAPPENING AGAIN. ...A night of superb awesomeness.... ...A saturday of radical proportions.... Not only are three fantastic bands converging, but, the only lady in the bunch is celebrating her natality (two days early) and Italian heart out on an Irish holiday.... much to the chagrin of her parents. Come out to the High Dive, doors at 9 P.M., 21+, $8 bucks at the door. Show starts at 9:30 P.M, and rock the house with us. The Lucky Strikes and Casey Neil are pretty spectacular if we do say so!
The Public Servants are proud to present the first installment of Madeyalook, a seasonal arts show, of all mediums, bringing awareness to the artistic community. From the creators of Grassfest and Musicians of Marysville Festival, comes an art event meant to unite the artists of Marysville. There will be musicians, poets, dancers, filmmakers, and visual artists of all kinds. But we can't do this without you, for an artistic community to thrive, it must be appreciated. It's up to you to allow this to continue. So come on out and show your support and let this gain a real foothold in our community. P.S. It's free. Artists: (More to be announced as we get closer.) Music: The Lucky Strikes The Lucky Strikes are a band you're going to want to take straight home to your maw, your daw, even your gritsy grandmaw! The Lucky Strikes have "got more soul than a sock with a hole" as it were. You're going to want to bring or set out to find a potential mate at a Lucky Strikes concert, or you're going to be dancing alone, T-Bone - not that there's anything wrong with that...but it is the Lucky Strikes prime directive to never truly leave you solo like that...ya hep, cat? The Lucky Strikes are your friends, even when the string bends. John Paul and the Apostles Have you ever wondered where all the garage bands went? Or asked yourself when the last time you saw a starving artist was? Look no further than John Paul and the Apostles! Although we may not be as gaunt as your traditional street performers (Due to our bigger bone structures and steady consumption of Taco Bell and alcohol) we are JUST as inspired and life changing. Hell, take us home too! Cause its hard to pay rent when you're busy making such tasty jams! JPATA for president 2016!! The Decoys THE DECOYS are an experimental garage rock band from Everett, WA whose music lurches and grooves like a wounded animal, and they want you to be at this show moving your body! They're currently at work on their second EP as well as their first music video. Right Your Wrongs Right Your Wrongs consists of four guys that love the music they play. With a lineup of energetic, explosive, and catchy songs about girls, love, friends, enemies, and life Right Your Wrongs constantly brings it to the table during live performances. With a constant lineup of shows and an ever growing fan base, Right Your Wrongs is quickly making a name for themselves in the world of music. MP Jazz Band Directed by John Rants, the MP Jazz Band is made up of students the Marysville Pilchuck High School. Music performed will emphasize swing, Latin, and some popular styles. Students are trained in improvisation techniques, jazz history, and musical theory. This band performs in various competitions around the country. https://sites.google.com/site/mpbands/ Photography: MattoPhoto - Matt Owens Matt Owens is a photographer working out of Mill Creek and has a passion for shooting food and capturing people's fun side. In addition to doing portraits, weddings, and events Matt's favorite is styling and shooting food and drinks for local restaurants. He also has a passion for bacon. KervStudios - Kevin Vance Kevin Vance is photographer who shoots art photography, specializing in urban lifestyle, landscapes, and live music. He graduated from Gonzaga and currently resides in Seattle. http://www.kervstudios.com/ Painters: Alexander Vincini - Live Painting Alexander Vincini is an avid artist of many mediums. Acrylic paint, old life magazines, photoshop, cereal boxes, screen print, library copy machine, or just pen and paper. Regardless the medium, Alsxander is eager to create something out of nothing. He is actively involved in the community in an array of projects. Currently coordinating and designing flyers at 3231Creative's "The C.U.T" an all ages music venue, which lay host to numerous bands of all genres over the past year. Alexander is, in a nutshell, a soul attracted to creation. Shooting for the moon, manifesting a destiny from universal mindfulness, and faith in his ability have led him so far. Alexander Vincini has a bright future in anything he will do.