18607 Bothell Way NE / Bothell, WA, 98011
Friday, March 17, 2017
All dayFree admissionAll ages welcome
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Irish or not, you're invited to join in our celebration!
Food specials including Irish Stout, Irish Coffee, Irish Reuben, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Shepherd's Pie and Irish Stew
Andy Coe Band - 7 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.
The Home Rulers - 1 p.m. 'til 3 p.m.
Ian McFeron - 4 p.m. 'til 6 p.m.
Bagpiper, Alexander Schiele - 12 noon 'til 1 p.m.
NW Junior Pipe Band - 7 p.m.
For the first time ever, on St. Patrick's Day - March 17, 2017, we'll be selling two versions of bottles of our 2017 Devil's Bit Whiskey: one aged four years in a charred oak barrel from Cornelius Pass Roadhouse Distillery, and one aged eight years from Edgefield Distillery. Each 200ml bottle will be $23, and the limit is two per person.
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Originally formed to pay tribute to guitar hero and folk legend Jerry Garcia, the Andy Coe Band has evolved into the liveliest psychedelic jam band to come out of the Pacific Northwest in years. Andy Coe is a renowned Seattle based guitarist who has played and toured in many bands over the last 20 years and has performed alongside a diverse group of musicians including Jimmy Page, Norah Jones, Paul Rogers and Ravi Coltrane to name a few. Andy is joined by a stellar lineup of coveted Northwest musicians including Gary Palmer on keys, Chris Jones on bass and Scott Goodwin on drums.
The Andy Coe Band has held a weekly Monday night residence at Seattle's historic Blue Moon Tavern since 2014, which has grown into one of the best weekly music hangs that Seattle has to offer. Along with regular Blue Moon shows, the Andy Coe Band has hosted an annual Jerry Garcia Celebration since 2005 which includes packed shows in Seattle, Portland, Olympia and Bellingham among others. In addition, the Andy Coe Band has been regularly touring down the West Coast for the last two years and made our highly successful Colorado debut in the fall of 2016.
"With a jingle of tambourine we get
a likely candidate for album of the year - simple as... Soaked in California sunshine one
minute, then deep in the dustbowl the next, it's like a greatest hits of
everyone you like." -Rudie Humphrey Americana UK, Review of Time Will Take You, 2013
McFeron, whose writing has been compared to Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams and John
Lennon, weaves together a variety of popular, rock, and Americana styles to create his own take on roots-American
got his start in the Seattle
after his self-produced debut album was picked up by a major commercial radio
station there. A recent college graduate
at the time, McFeron was new to the scene but his tightly composed songs
inspired the media giant to put the album's lead off single, "Love Me Twice,"
into rotation. Listeners responded
strongly, and within months, McFeron would share the spotlight with
international and national artists such as Patty Griffin, Nanci Griffith, Shawn
Mullins, Brandi Carlile, Mike Doughty, Sister Hazel, Amos Lee, Hayes Carll, and
is a fine singer and songwriter, an alt-folk/rock/Americana performer who
strikes a cool balance between the mellow and the edgy." -Jim
Beal, San Antonio Express-News Music Critic
successes in Seattle
drew McFeron into a full-time recording and touring career. Continuing to
operate independently, he spent the next decade performing live at bars
and coffee houses around the country, growing a small but loyal
national audience and attracting grassroots media attention stretching
across the Atlantic. He continued to add to his ever expanding discography,
following up his debut album with six new records in rapid succession, exploring
musical traditions ranging from rock to gospel, from folky-pop to alt-country,
blues and swing. Currently, McFeron is
on tour in support of his seventh album Time
Will Take You, recorded in Nashville,
TN with a cast of musicians drawn
from Ryan Adams band The Cardinals as
well as Patty Griffin and John Hiatt's touring bands.
and performing an average of 200 shows a year in the United
States and Europe,
McFeron inspires listeners with his skillfully crafted songs, honest narratives,
and wry sense of humor.
"The best song on Summer
Nights came at me like a hammer blow... I Ain't Dead Yet could easily be a great
lost Dylan song from the mid 1960's or more likely a brand new Justin Townes
Earle Song- it really is that good." -Alan
Harrison, Maverick Magazine,
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