12/3/16 concert: The Steel Wheels, Honey Mustard
Ballard Homestead
Seattle, WA
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Saturday Dec 03, 2016 7:30 PM - Saturday Dec 03, 2016 10:00 PM | $14.00


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12/3/16 concert: The Steel Wheels, Honey Mustard
*ADVANCE TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT*
We may be able to release some tickets at the door, $18 cash only. Feel free to stop by and check at 7:30-7:45.
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The Steel Wheels return to Ballard Homestead
with special guest Honey Mustard

12/3/16
All ages, seated show
7:00 doors open, 7:30 show

Tickets:
$14 adv / $18 door

About The Steel Wheels:
Some things come to be in their own time, of their own accord. Such has been the case with The Steel Wheels. In the beginning, it was simply a matter of four young men whod happened to cross paths at a formative moment in each of their lives reveling in the shared experience of plucking acoustic instruments and blending their voices. But over the years, what had begun organically as a pure lark evolved into a mission: to fuse the personal with the universal, the deeply rooted past with the joys and sorrows of everyday existence.

These thematic and stylistic vectors intersect powerfully on Leave Some Things Behind (released April 14 on the bands own Big Ring label), a deeply human, emotionally authentic work that interweaves timely songs with timeless sounds. On the album, co-produced and engineered by Ben Surratt, the four band memberslead singer/guitarist/banjo player Trent Wagler, standup bass player Brian Dickel, fiddler Eric Brubaker and mandolin player Jay Lappare joined on various tracks by rootsmusic luminary Tim OBrien, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Sarah Siskind (who co-wrote two songs and sang on another), drummer Travis Whitmore and Hammond B3 player Ethan Ballinger. Together, theyve wrought a work that is musically intricate and conceptually resonant, the sounds serving the songs at every moment.



Honey Mustard
This bluesy acoustic duo is a rare blend of Cody rose's tangy, wild, from-the-hip guitar playing and Erin Rae Murray's raw, soulful, gut busting singing. dripping with talent but playing straight forward songs, their no-frills original music hits you right in the chest. At points exciting and fun, at others, solemn and poignant, they cover the full spectrum of emotions and will move you deeply.



*****

MORE INFO:

Seating is not reserved.

We are an all ages venue.

Please refrain from talking or texting during the show

NO PARKING on the East side of Jones Ave. We recommend parking on 65th. Bars & restaurants are around the corner on 24th/65th area.


We encourage you to use your own "retina screens" as well and limit your photos and videos as they distract other attendees. Thank you

Abbey Arts is a Seattle nonprofit curating welcoming arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.

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Location

Ballard Homestead (View)
6541 Jones Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117
United States

Categories

Music > All Ages

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Abbey Arts Seattle
On BPT Since: Jun 06, 2007
 
Nathan Marion
fremontabbey.org