Join the tenants of the Liberty Building as we celebrate Spokane's Visual Arts Tour February 1st. You will find four floors of the Liberty Building bustling with music, refreshments and incredible arts. We will have 10+ artists displaying throughout the building. This exhibition will be on display until the end of May, but we encourage you to stop by for an artists reception on February 1st. This event will be a benefit show for the family of Gabby LeDuc. Gabby is a 6 year old artist in the making whom is currently undergoing treatment for Leukemia. You will find Gabby's artwork on display in Aunties Bookstore. Global Credit Union will be sponsoring live music by Tommy G from the 509 to be performed on the mezzanine from 6-8pm. The following artists and venues will be participating: 1ST FLOOR -Rebekah Littlefield at Sante Restaurant. Meat and cheese plate specials in addition to the regular dinner menu. Reservations are recommended but not required. -Aunties Bookstore will feature the artwork of Christina Deubel & Gabby LeDuc. Author Kirk Werner will be doing a reading of Olive The Woolly Bugger and signing copies of his books. - Uncle's Games will have a creative station where visitors can make their own illustrated card game! -Toni Spencer at Pottery Place Plus. MEZZANINE -Live Music performed by Tommy G from the 509 from 6-8 2ND FLOOR -Owl Jones in Grand Staircase -Benjamin Grant in Grand Staircase -Richard Warrington 2nd Floor Atrium -Bill Werle 2nd Floor Atrium -Kathleen Secrest at Design Spike -The Liberty Business Center will feature Schindler Photography, Ammohead Design, Elastic Modulus/Brian Houghton and Dumbgun -Sammy's Rustics in True North Empire 3RD FLOOR -Kirsten Stobie will be displaying her artwork and doing a live painting demonstration beginging at 6pm at CHAS
Tommy G & the Nug Jug Band, the Vagabonds, and special guests 21+ full bar, late night menu. doors at 8pm.
Tommy G and his band, The Nug Jug Band including members Jonny Harpburn ( harmonica), Patrick Stewart, (Sax) Pat Catlon (drums percussion), Jason Stoddard ( bass), Lucas Brookbank Brown ( lead guitar)
Not Quite Punk hits the stage at the Downtown Crossing with their blend of rockabilly/ punk/jazz in fuzzed sound! 21+ full bar, doors at 8pm.
Sounds Like: Jason Mraz, Bradley Nowell, James Taylor, Tom Petty, James "Jim" Croce
Label: Red Wall Records (Indie)
Manager: Tom Gantt
Bio: Tommy Gantt, or “Tommy G”, as he is more commonly known around the Inland Northwest, has been writing songs, playing guitar and performing on stage since 1976 in venues ranging from elementary school auditoriums in suburban Baltimore, Maryland to medium-security prisons in Kootenai, Idaho to high...See Full Bio