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New Year Eve

Mon. Dec 31, 2012 9:00pm - 10:00pm PST
$20.00 - $50.00
18 and Over
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$20.00 - $50.00
18 and Over
Event Description
New Year Eve

This will be a limited space event. Only 100 tickets will be sold. Ticket are $50.00 this will include your dinner, one drink ticket / one sparkling wine ticket and concert.

A portion of all revenue generated will go to Prosody's Relay for Life Team. Come and enjoy this event and help support a great cause.

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http://www.reverbnation.com/shootjake

http://www.reverbnation.com/notamy

Seattle's "The WIRED! Band" has won the 2012 INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE on Beale Street in Memphis playing the HISTORIC DAISY THEATER, HARD ROCK CAFE and B.B. KINGS before winning the Finals in front of a packed house at THE ORPHEUM THEATER. The Wired! Band features Washington Blues Society Performer of the Year and Songwriter of the Year Kevin Sutton with perennial Pacific Northwest rhythm kings Rick 'the stick' Jacobson on drums and his uncle Seattle legend Keith Bakke on bass. Get out and see the WIRED! Band for their sweet and soulful take on the American art form we call "THE BLUES".

Shoot Jake was formed in 2010 by Ben Johnson and Lindsay Jacobson. They have a unique style of blues and rock, often blurring the line between two. They put on an exciting stage show, and feature a rotating mix of bassists, and keyboardists, to hold down the bottom end and thicken up the middle. In 2012 they released their first self titled EP, and continue to tour the northwest.

Not Amy is, at its core, the kind of old fashioned artistic exchange that made The Beatles what they were. Search the valley, or the Pacific Northwest for that matter, for two more highly acclaimed solo performers and songwriters than Chad Bault and Navid Eliot, and you will find a very short list of candidates. Find two more acclaimed writers that work well together, and people may very well call you a liar. Luck (and possibly a touch of fate) brought Chad, Navid, and another very talented vocalist, Jenny Dagdagan together, in Yakima, Washington.
Chad Bault grew up in the Yakima area, and was a mainstay of the local rock scene- very early on, with his band Big Brother, and later as a solo act. Chad later earned his stripes as a touring artist, and a regular performer of many years on the Portland music scene, with his former band, Train Go Sorry, before moving back to the Yakima Valley in 2008. The Portland Tribune had this to say about Chad: “Whether at a whisper or full volume, Bault has that rare ability to stop conversation and turn every head in the house in his direction.”
Navid Eliot, a Seattle native, moved to Yakima about 1½ years ago, where he has since been described as, “…the kind of heavy-gigging musician scenes are built upon.” A formally trained musician, and the 2003 winner of the Washington State division of the John Lennon Student Songwriter competition, Navid has been a gigging musician and working songwriter for more than a decade. Previous to his move to Yakima, Navid co-founded the Seattle band Curtains For You.
Combining the writing and vocal abilities of Chad Bault and Navid Eliot, with the breath-taking, Emmy Lou Harris-esque harmonies of Jennifer Dagdagan, and the rhythm section of Mitch Sander and Shelby Cuyle is what makes Not Amy. To picture the sound: take a pinch of mid-60’s folk groups (The Mama’s and The Papa’s, Peter Paul & Mary, Simon and Garfunkel); a pinch of the 90’s garage rock the members all grew up on; and a heaping helping of the thought-provoking writing styles of Townes Van Zandt and Bob Dylan and you’ve got the sound-stew that is Not Amy… add a potato while you’re at it, everyone likes a little potato in their stew.
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Prosody Events 117 E 4th Ave
Ellensburg, WA 98926
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