Music

Live Kirtan with Shantala and special guest Master Flutist Steve Gorn

Event: 
Sat, 03/10/2012 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Benjy and Heather Wertheimer lead kirtan (sacred chanting) worldwide as the duo Shantala, with soul-stirring vocals, sacred lyrics and exotic instrumentation. The weaving of Benjy’s Indian classical singing and instrumentation with Heather’s soaring vocals is freshly original and profoundly moving. Together they create music with beauty, passion, and reverence. Shantala will be accompanied by Master Flutist Steve Gorn.

Venue: Waves Studio 232 Division St. NW Olympia WA 98502, 360.705.9100, www.waves-std

Tickets: $15/ Advance/$20 door. Click Here for secure ticket purchase or come by the studio.

More Information:  Website: www.waves-studio.com, Email: info@waves-studio.com, Phone: 360.705.9100

Aranya (PDX)/ Aurora Bridge (SEA)/ Shadows (OLY)

Event: 
Fri, 02/24/2012 - 8:00pm - 11:30pm

Aranya: Coed Avant-prog Metal from Portland (aranyamusic.com)
Aurora Bridge: Ritual Doom from Seattle (aurorabridge.bandcamp.com)
Shadows: Psychedelic Heavyland from Oly

at Le Voyeur $3-$5

Live music at Evergreen

Event: 
Fri, 03/02/2012 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm

Two awesome bands, Leafeater and Seacats will be bringing their tunes to YOU! Visiting from Portland, Leafeater is a sweet harmonious indie pop group bringing lyric-driven, catchy tunes.

Seacats, from Kelso, will grab your attention with their high-energy rock with an emphasis on catchy hooks and solid songwriting. They've been described by The Stranger as "Fun, bouncy, crunchy power pop."

This will take place at The Evergreen State College in the Campus Activities Building in the Happy Land Lounge.

It is a free show for anyone!
Hope to see you there! :)

Mr. Tambourine Man: Paul "Buck" Stierle Sings “Bob Dylan, the Early Years”

Event: 
Wed, 02/08/2012 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Paul "Buck" Stierle plays guitar and sings songs from Bob Dylan's early years, 1962-1974, at a free performance at the Olympia Timberland Library on Wednesday, February 8. The show begins at 7:30 p.m., after regular library hours. No other library services will be available. Stierle focuses on Dylan’s early hits, such as “Blowing in the Wind,” “Don’t Think Twice,” “The Times they are a’ Changing,” “My Back Pages,” “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “Maggie’s Farm,” “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” and more, including “Like a Rolling Stone,” voted number one in Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 500 greatest songs of the 20th century.

Stierle’s performance traces Dylan’s progress through folk music, protest song, folk rock and rock-n-roll to country rock and Christian music. Stierle’s CD recording, titled “Mr. Tambourine Man, a Tribute to Bob Dylan’s Music,” includes 19 of Dylan’s greatest early hit songs.

A former member, manager, and songwriter for the internationally acclaimed recording group, the New Christy Minstrels, Stierle has performed with the Kingston Trio, Jan and Dean and the Marshall Tucker Band, as well as the Mamas and the Papas and Barry McGuire. Today, Stierle and his wife perform as “Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth” at schools, libraries, fairs and festivals throughout the state.

The Olympia Timberland Library is at 313 8th Avenue. For more information, call the library at (360) 352-0595 or go to www.trl.org.

SQUARE DANCE

with music by Nettle Honey and Grizzle Grazzle

...a benefit for the Olympia Old-Time Festival

 

The Olympia Ballroom

116 Legion Way

 

www.olyoldtime.org

all ages

 

SQUARE DANCE

Event: 
Fri, 02/03/2012 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm

with music by Nettle Honey and Grizzle Grazzle

...a benefit for the Olympia Old-Time Festival

 

The Olympia Ballroom

116 Legion Way

 

www.olyoldtime.org

all ages

 

Gary Louie - "The Business of Music" & in Concert

Event: 
Fri, 02/03/2012 - 3:00pm

From today's inbox:

Abbey to Present 'The Business of Music' Lecture Friday, Feb. 3

A classical saxophone player who teaches at the Peabody Institute will give a complimentary lecture on "The Business of Music" at 3:00 pm Friday, February 3, in Kreielsheimer Hall on the campus of St. Martin's Abbey and University.
 
The speaker will be Gary Louie, renowned classical saxophone artist who has performed in many of the leading venues in the U.S. and Europe, and whose work at Peabody includes business aspects of music.
 
He will be in Lacey to perform in concert with pianist Kirsten Taylor  in an Abbey Church Events concert at 8 pm Saturday night, February 4, in the Abbey Church.   The concert is not ticketed, but donations are welcome.
 
The public is invited to both events.    Seating at both is limited.

Gary Louie - "The Business of Music" & in Concert

From today's inbox:

Abbey to Present 'The Business of Music' Lecture Friday, Feb. 3

A classical saxophone player who teaches at the Peabody Institute will give a complimentary lecture on "The Business of Music" at 3:00 pm Friday, February 3, in Kreielsheimer Hall on the campus of St. Martin's Abbey and University.
 
The speaker will be Gary Louie, renowned classical saxophone artist who has performed in many of the leading venues in the U.S. and Europe, and whose work at Peabody includes business aspects of music.
 
He will be in Lacey to perform in concert with pianist Kirsten Taylor  in an Abbey Church Events concert at 8 pm Saturday night, February 4, in the Abbey Church.   The concert is not ticketed, but donations are welcome.
 
The public is invited to both events.    Seating at both is limited.

Live Radio Open Mic : 106.5 lp fm KOWA

K.O.W.A. , Our Very own Community Radio Staion, is hosting a weekly Open Mic, LIVE ON THE RADIO!

Anyone can come and be apart of the fun!

Starts at 9:00pm 

at Media Island International, 816 Adams Street South East

Ends at 11:00pm

Show up or listen, at 106.5 lp fm!

Call in at (360) 352 1646 : to announce your Community Events!

Anyone can have a radio show!

Weekly volunteer interest meetings are Mondays at 6:00pm at Media Island. 

Open Mic Live on the Radio

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