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Raw organ sounds with Ron Weinstein on hammond B-3, featuring Colin Higgins on guitar & Brad Gibson on drums.
Dance to George Snyder's Olympic Jazz Band. D'hoeuvres and beverages.
$10 minimum donation with all proceeds benifiting the Olympic Medical Center's Cardiac Services program.
Olympic Peninsula Dance presents Port Angeles' band The Soulshakers at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The Soulshakers specialize in original arrangements of traditional blues, soul, reggae and shuffles. Members include Cindy Lowder doing lead vocals and percussion, Mike Pace on slide and rhythm guitar, Terry Smith on drums, Jim Rosand playing keyboards and contributing vocals, and Duane Wolfe on bass.
The Fabulous Roof Shakers bring their rockin' style of Chicago, Texas and Delta Blues to the Port Townsend Elks on Friday, May 13 from 8 to 11 p.m. The dance, which is sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Dance and is the last dance of this year's season, is open to all.
Sweet, sassy and satisfying dance music is on tap Friday, April 15 at the Port Townsend Elks with a visit from Tacoma's Maia Santell & House Blend. The dance, sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Dance, is open to all.
Hot Swing is the theme for the third Friday in February, February 18th, at the Port Townsend Elks when Olympic Penninsula Dance features Buz Whiteley Big Band. The Whiteley band, which specializes in tunes from the 20's,30's,40's & 50's, is strongly influenced by the music of Glen Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Stan Kenton and Duke Ellington. The band's favorite’s songs include Miller's "In the Mood," Dorsey's "Boogie Woogie," and Artie Shaw's "Begin the Beguine." The Whiteley band truly is a big one, 20 members, including five saxophones, four trombones and three vocalists.
Dancers from around the peninsula will find a spring in their step on Friday night, January 21, at the Port Townsend Elks lodge with a performance by Jim Nyby & the F Street Band. The dance, which is open to all, is sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Dance.
Northwest veteran jazz, blues and swing vocalist Maia Santell and her band House Blend will serve up swing and blues dancing at the Port Townsend Elks on Friday, October 15 from 8 to 11 p.m. The dance, which is open to all, is sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Dance.
Memphis/country blues, American roots-rock, Texas swing, and even a couple waltzes will be the featured fare Friday night, September 17 at the Port Townsend Elks. That night, George Rezendes & the Toolshed Trio kick-off the autumn dance season. The dance, which is open to all, is sponsored by Olympic Peninsula Dance.
Season blues, funk and soul musicians.