The Naked Sessions, #3: Spoonshine
Every Song Tells a Story
Saturday, July 19, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse and "Band in Seattle" present Spoonshine in the third installment of the Naked Sessions acoustic concert series. Each Naked Sessions features a great Northwest band braiding songs together with stories about the music.
Join us for an unforgettable evening when Spoonshine takes the stage to perform their Americana and Northwest Folk with the amazing guitar and mandolin playing of Jake Navarro. Doors at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Seated general admission; full table service. $10 at Brown Paper Tickets.
Band in Seattle is the popular television program about NW musicians produced by the team at Victory Studios, Seattle's only full-service media production company. Band in Seattle airs Saturday nights at 11pm on channel CW11, and online at Qello.
Naked City Brewery is a passionate supporter of arts and culture. Oftentimes its hand-crafted beers are inspired by a song, film, or person. Every beer tells a story, and each one ferments in its own time.
The Screening Room is Naked City's seventy-person dining movie theater, featuring a New American comfort food menu with vegetarian and gluten-free options alongside award-winning craft beers, wines, and ciders.
Hailing from Anacortes and Seattle Washington, Spoonshine features the songwriting collaboration between Jacob Navarro (mandolin, guitar, vocals) and William Cook (upright bass, guitar, vocals), with support from Kelly Van Camp (drums). Spoonshine's songs often reflect on life between the farm, the sea, and the mountains that surround their Northwest home. For example, the title song from their new album, "Song of the Sockeye," is shaped from a poem found in an abandoned fishing cannery in Northern British Columbia, written by a gill-netter in 1940. It tells the tale of hard working fishermen and a dwindling run of once plentiful salmon. With impassioned harmonies, powerful rhythms, and virtuosic guitar and mandolin, Spoonshine carries old-time traditions into the twenty-first century with full-tilt, bluegrass-inspired folk.
Naked City Brewery & Taphouse (View)
8564 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
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