Wednesday, July 9, 201407/09/2014
Josh Clausen has toured the Northwest for the past 15 years in the bands Flowmotion and The True Spokes. He also took a little time to start what has become one of the most anticipated musical events of the Northwest summer: The Meltdown. We’ll talk with Josh about his musical life and get a little preview of the 14th Annual Summer Meltdown on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Monday, July 7, 201407/07/2014
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Wednesday, July 2, 201407/02/2014
Mary McPage started singing in church and then expanded to the blues. Originally from Idaho, she has called the Northwest home for a number of years and was selected as 2009′s performer of the year by the Washington Blues Society. Guitarist Willie Straub lives in the Maple Valley area, but spent a number of years in Bellingham. Drummer Alex Sheldon’s roots date back to popular Bellingham bands of the 1970s. Bassist Patrick Mcdanel rounds out the group. Check out the band and listen to a few cuts from their recent recordings on this week’s Locals Only
Wednesday, June 25, 201406/25/2014
Born in the great Skagit County, this Blues Rock Power Trio is turning a lot of heads with their original yet simple approach to the blues. With Terry Sherman on drums, Scott Blair lending backbone on the bass and Corey Vincent delivering superb guitar and vocals. The band has matured quickly and delivers a modern sound with solid roots in traditional blues. The band will be featured opening night at The Mount Baker Rhythm & Blues Festival.
Tuesday, June 3, 201406/03/2014
Formed from the vision of guitarist Neil Park; whose first task was to find a singer/songwriter that could take the music to that higher level. Dean Marshall Pilkey was that singer. His talent of taking musical melodies and making them his own, complimented the writing style of Neil Park. Next on board were bass player Kent Benson, and drummer Bert Boucher, who’s in the pocket approach gave the band its driving rhythms. In April of 2013, guitarist Sin Wildman joined the band. Tonight you’ll have an opportunity to meet this powerful band and listen to a few cuts from their recordings.