Naked Session: Big Sur
Saturday, May 17, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse and "Band in Seattle" present Big Sur in the inaugural Naked Session acoustic concert. The Naked Sessions is a themed, intimate concert series where great Northwest bands braid songs together with stories about the music.
Join us from the beginning when Jake Hemmings, Mike Bergstrom, Derek Jackman, Steve Norman and Kat Bula take the stage and perform their dark, joyful, often orchestral folk songs. Doors at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Seated general admission; full table service. $10 at Brown Paper Tickets.
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-wining craft beers, wines, and ciders. The Screening Room hosts original programs every month, including Think & Drink with KUOW and Humanities Washington and Silenced Films with DJ Nicfit, as well as the annual kick-off to the SIFF's Noir City Film Festival.
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.
Big Sur is a band from Seattle and Bellingham. They play sad, dark, pretty, often orchestral, folk songs, with a New Orleans funeral procession sense of joy. The songs are often painfully autobiographical, and sometimes literary. Audiences hear the influence of Frank Black, howling, and the feel of Bonnie Prince Billy finding comfort in fragile moments, letting the words break like heirloom porcelain figurines. But the songs carry hope, and a nod to the Southern-Gothic characters of the old country. Band members are Jake Hemming (lead songwriter, vocals, guitar), Derek Jackman (drums), Mike Bergstrom (electric/upright bass), Steve Norman (pedal steel, trumpet), and Kat Bula (violin, vocals).
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8564 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
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