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The Doors were the quintessential American rock band of the late 60s. Their unique sound which blended elements of rock, blues, jazz, psychedelia, poetry, shamanism, rebellion, and live theatre has captured the imagination of every generation.

It’s that time of year again, the sun is out, you’ve got your shorts and flip flops on and you’re enjoying what little summer comes our way. Nothing better than throwing down a blanket in the grass and listening to music or watching a play on an outdoor stage.

The Red Bicycle welcomes some of our amazing Island female musicians for a night of acoustic music. Performing musicians are: Allison Shirk, Cami Lundeen, Kate MacLeod, Jamie Jackson, Maya, Dianne Krouse, Delilah Pearl, Kiki Means & Kat Eggleston.

"You’ve Got to FEEL it", Kissing Potion brings funk & soul to life, with a full horn section that brings new meaning to the phrase "FUNK YOU!"

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival presents GIULIANIAD, its final 2013 program featuring works for flute and guitar by Mauro Giuliani

Born in California, but raised across the United States, Cami has a vast array of life experience that permeates her music.

Poultry In Motion was formed a few years ago and hangs out at the Coop (The Society for Miscreant Musicians Music Hall on the North End of the Island)

Two Northwest-based musicians team up for a double bill evening of eclectic music at the Blue Heron Saturday, May 18, 7:30 pm.

Cascadia ’10 is the echo of Afrobeat in the Pacific Northwest–a sound resonating from Nigeria to the Emerald City. They are a small army of 11 experienced musicians, bringing hypnotically funky music to hips and feet wherever they go.

April’s rousing Vashon Chamber Music Series season finale, Sunday, April 28, 3 pm. At Vashon United Methodist Church

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival presents a quartet of the finest international soloists including leader of the Seattle Baroque Orchestra

The Vashon comedy collective known as Plan V will present an afternoon of comedy and song at the Vashon Theatre on Sunday, April 28 at 4PM. Join in the hoopla, high jinx and hilarity for the premiere performance of
Vashon Island’s brand new comedy show!

As a tribute to Bob Woodman the Garage Boys will host a jam at the Minglement Coffee Roasterie Friday evening April 12th at 7:30PM.

Publish the Quest, a band with deep Vashon roots that has made a name for itself worldwide as both a musical and philanthropic force, is coming home to Vashon this weekend after several whirlwind trips around the world.

The Vashon Island Chorale invites you to attend its "Coronation" on either Saturday, April 13, 7:30pm or Sunday, April 14, 3pm at Bethel Church.

Seattle based Strange Jerome combines the right amount of grit and edge with dynamic harmonies and gripping melodies.

Virtuosic Music of the Baroque Seattle-based trio Ensemble Electra is thrilled to join forces with Swedish cellist and viola da gambist, Joanna Blendulf to present an exciting evening of sonatas for violin, recorder, cello and harpsichord by J.S. Bach, G.P. Telemann, D. Buxtehude, H. Schmeltzer among others.

Music and more awaits Island families in this delightful VAA Series of five performances November 2012-April 2013.

Welcome this Texas Honky Tonk band to the Red Bike for their first visit to Vashon. The Ganges River Band is a Texas style Honkey Tonk band based out of Seattle, WA and fronted by AP Dugas, a singer/songwriter from Houston, Texas.

Garth Reeves has been playing professionally for over 18 years. After cutting his teeth in the halcyon days of the Olympia scene, Garth moved to Seattle to explore that cities burgeoning music explosion.

Extraordinarily versatile, jazz singer Cheryl Jewell captivates audiences with her pure tone and soulful interpretations of jazz standards including "My Blue Heaven,"

Lily Kiara a visiting guest artist from the Netherlands will play and sing her acoustic folk/pop songs at Snapdragon Café, Sunday, March 24 at 7pm.

On Friday, March 22 at 7:30 PM the third annual Salish Sea Early Music Festival on Vashon Island continues at Bethel Church

Two-time Grammy award winner Bill Harley, from Seekonk, Massachusetts, shares family storytelling and songs with Vashon audiences of all ages, Sunday, March 3, 1:30 p.m., at Vashon Allied Arts