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Tacoma Finish

Tacoma Finish

Alternative Seattle, WA  US


  • 2015

    Aug 22

    White Center, WA, US | 6:00pm

    Spend a summer evening outdoors with the fine brews of Big Al Brewing and the musical stylings of Tacoma Finish and special guests Mercy Mercy! Free show and great beer! Music starts at 6:00.

  • 2015

    May 30

    Tacoma, WA, US | 8:00pm
  • 2015

    May 9

    Renton, WA, US | 9:00pm
  • 2015

    Apr 17

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm

    Join Letters From Traffic and Tacoma Finish with Dead Sonics for a night of Fantastic Abandon in West Seattle's most amazing secret live music venue, the Skylark! Want to dress a little wild - or a lot wild? Want to wear wicked makeup or decorate other fans with it? Want to paint, draw or write poems while we play? Want to dance up front like no one is watching -even though they ARE?! Or even join us with your own interpretive inspirado for one of our songs?! LET US KNOW! Let's conjure some Fantastic Abandon together! We love passionately expressing ourselves and we want you to join us. We'd like our fans and friends to fill the joint with your own AWESOME sauce that you care share with others in our community. **A HUGE THANK YOU to the Skylark West Seattle for adopting our bill from the Benbow after it announced it would be closing its doors before our originally scheduled show on Sat, 4/11!**

  • 2014

    Nov 21

    Seattle, WA, US | 9:00pm

    More info to follow. Check back soon!


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  • Mag Pie (Artist)
    Mag Pie
    Nice vibe.. Great three piece.. Mag Pie. :-)


  • We like to think we play in the gray, but this pic assures us of a black and white presentation.
  • Georgetown
  • Live at the Skylark in West Seattle, April 6th, 2013.


Bio: Randy (vocals, guitar), Chris (drums), and Brian (bass) were all friends long before putting the band together. Many a night playing acoustics and congas, singing old songs by campfire light on the banks of the Methow River led to the eventual discovery of electricity and volume.

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