The Seasons' Indie Series 2015-2016
Nov. 13th - Dec. 11th - Jan. 8th
Our Indie Series is back!
Last year, we launched our Indie Series with some of the Northwests most notable independent artists. This year, we're back and taking it one step further, presenting 6 artists, curated to span diverse and distinct genres within the "indie" realm.
Series sponsored by Abeyta Nelson Injury Law
11/13 - SISTERS w/Maiah Manser
Buy tickets for Indie Series show #1 - SISTERS w/Maiah Manser
SISTERS is an orchestra of two, and their togetherness is infectious. Within their first four shows, the Seattle duo opened for Allen Stone at Chateau Ste Michelle and played the inaugural Fisherman's Village Music Festival; within three months, their lead singles, Back 2 U and Buzzard, were licensed by Starbucks, and within their first year, they were booked at Sasquatch! Music Festival, Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival and Capitol Hill Block Party.
Maiah Manser: "Musician Maiah Manser is a bit of a conundrum. The Seattle-based, Oregon transplant is simultaneously serious and light-hearted. On stage she's a dynamo with a voice that thunders out of her like a freight train." - Crosscut.com
12/11 - Cataldo w/Marshall McLean Band
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Cataldo: Despite having earned a loyal following for his band Cataldowhose three albums have burnished his reputation as a serious and distinctive songwriter EricAnderson found that each step along the path of building a career and body of work, no matter how successful, had led to a larger restlessness. After a year off, and an earnest rethinking of his writing, recording, and performing reflexes, Anderson and his band returned with "Gilded Oldies," one of the most anticipated and subsequently celebrated albums to come out of Seattle in years.
The Marshall McLean Band was born out of the Northwest, and it carries with it the unique sound that is becoming distinct to this part of the country. The four-piece band, based out of Spokane, has brought forth a fresh idea; that one can merge elements of thoughtful songwriting in folk, the driving force of rock, and the melodic accessibility of Americana and carve out a new genre - a kind of NW Americana Rock.
1/8 - County Lips w/The Easy Leaves
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Country Lips: "Country music gets a bad rap, and it's mostly the fault of goody two-shoes like Keith Urban and Garth Brooks. I mean, back in the day, country was full of bad boys (and if you've never read George Jones's memoir, I Lived to Tell It All, you really shouldthat man was an animal!). Seattle's Country Lips sound and play more like classic country's raucous and rowdy boysand their live shows are becoming legendarily wild. It's hard to stand still when eight-plus members are bringin' the foot-stompers. Country Lips are putting the party back in the original party music. Somebody had to do it. It's not always about tears falling in your beer." - The Stranger
The Easy Leaves: The Easy Leaves, songwriters Kevin Carducci and Sage Fifield, formed north of the Golden Gate in 2008 immersed in a diverse set of flailing rockers, gospel skeptics, and country outlaws.
The Seasons Performance Hall (View)
101 N Naches Ave
Yakima, WA 98901
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