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The Free Range Folk Choir will be presenting a Concert at 7pm on Saturday, March 9th at the Vashon Methodist Church (17928 Vashon Highway SW).

Keaton Collective is a band that brings new life to rock & roll, country and dance music. The musicians of Keaton Collective are a product of what was originally a DIY label consisting of three bands.

Beware! Comedy Night Returns on the Ides of March. The Ides of March really just means March 15th. It gained infamy in 44 B.C. when Julius Caeser was assassinated by Mitch McConnell.
 

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

Always a crowd pleaser on Vashon Island, Clinton Fearon & The Boogie Brown Band is coming back to the Red Bicycle for a performance of his roots reggae music this Saturday night.

Bring your honey to the Red Bicycle Bistro and Sushi for an evening of song. Musicians will pair together to perform duets in never before seen combinations of talent. You won’t want to miss this.

Jim Malcolm will be returning again to Vashon Island for a house concert on Sunday, February 17 at 3pm. Jim is the ultimate Scots troubadour. Traveling the world with his guitar, harmonicas, and engaging wit, he sings the traditional songs of Scotland and his own masterfully crafted songs

Back by Popular Demand! Last spring, hundreds of people on Vashon Island were transported to the land of aloha by Makana’s magic....now Open Space is bringing him back, in a Valentine’s Day event sure to warm hearts and souls.

We all know a OneNiteStand is never enough – You just want more! Well good news, they’re back! And they have new stuff with girl guest artists who will redefine the local blues scene.

Oregon Celtic harpist and multi-instrumentalist, David Helfand and violist, Justin Lader return to Seattle for their second Seattle Library, Many Voices, One Land Performance series and will perform their debut Vashon Island concert Saturday, February 9th

Hear award-winning talent when VAA’s Women in Jazz Series continues in February with Cocoa Martini. Featuring three talented Seattle-area vocalists – Kimberly Reason, Kay Bailey and Nadine Shanti,

The Highlife presents the Pacific Northwest with a new sound, combining Reggae, Jazz, Latin and Caribbean elements. Seven talented musicians combine their skills to offer new, original songs with beautiful melodies 

Award-winning Seattle based jazz singer Halie Loren developed a love for music by the time she could speak. Today, with several highly acclaimed CDs, an impressive international touring resume,

Cordaviva is a 9-piece powerhouse of dance music influenced by the disparate rhythms and styles of the African diaspora.

Rick, Joe and Kevin became musical comrades and cohorts over the last year. will perform at the Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie. Friday, January 18th at 7pm. All three compose songs, and although they share many influences and tastes 

The Staxx Brothers are a high energy American band, hailing from Seattle, Washington, that has spent the last seven years crafting an incredible new sound they’ve branded Hard Ass Soul.

Australia’s own Rock/Roots larrikin; Asa Broomhall is on the verge of releasing his 5th independent album; ‘Jangle House’. Recorded in an iconic old Guitar Shop in Brisbane over the Easter 2011 break, ‘Jangle House’ was truly a labour of love. Recording in a historically musical place was just one reason for creating this album 

Island drummer Todd Zimberg will reunite with two of his closest musician friends once again, guitarist Michael Gotz and bass player Keith Lowe, for another epic performance at the Red Bicycle Bistro. 

This event, in it’s third year running, is a benefit for the Vashon Maury Food Bank, organized by the music duo Kat Eggleston and Kate MacLeod.

Posse Impossible blends funk, rock and hip hop with a hint of Balkan folk into a bouncy, big-beat band that will be sure to get you moving. In late 2009

Many folks in the Northwest are familiar with Bill’s high energy ‘rockin’ blues show that he’s been performing in the Northwest since 1986.

One More Mile is a Vashon band that has been together for over 3 years now. With a combined talent that has been blessed to perform on stages from the Washington Performing Art Center

Sunday, December 16; doors open 4pm, show at 5pm
A Jazzy Lil' Christmas features Seattle vocalists VICTORIA WIMER CONTRERAS, ALESSANDRA ROSE and KIM VIRANT performing songs of holiday cheer along with classic sultry jazz standards.  

Yes! Sarah’s album is finally done and in her hands! This from Sarah: Hard to believe that so much time and energy all comes together into one little tangible piece of evidence to hold and listen to.