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"#NerdNightOut, An Evening of Music and Comedy" featuring The Doubleclicks, Jackie Kashian and Molly Lewis

Genre: Comedy , Singer-songwriter

The Doubleclicks:

The Doubleclicks are a nationally-touring, Billboard charting nerd band with a cello, a meowing cat keyboard, and songs about dinosaurs, Cats & Netflix, space and Dungeons and Dragons. Their YouTube videos boast over 2 million views and have been featured on Gawker, BoingBoing, io9 and more. Find out more at

Jackie Kashian:

Jackie Kashian's comedy has been described as “like listening to a really racy episode of All Things Considered.” She is a national touring comic with a new hour standup special “This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux” which was one of the top five comedy specials on 2014. This year, she’s been on the Conan O’Brien show, @midnight and plays a podcaster on IFC’s Maron.

She has her own half hour special on Comedy Central, was a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing and has recorded This American Life with Ira Glass for NPR. Her weekly podcast is The Dork Forest, where she interviews people about their obsessions. It is available on iTunes and at her website:

Molly Lewis:

Molly Lewis ( is a Seattle-based singer-songwriter writes ukulele tunes about beards, heartbroken astronauts, presidential assassinations, and Stephen Fry. Her original songs and covers, accompanied by her masterful ukulele playing, have earned her over 4.5 million views on YouTube. Her new holiday musical ‘Thanksgiving vs. Christmas’, featuring The Doubleclicks and Joseph Scrimshaw, will be available this fall.

200 Trio

Genre: Jazz , Saxophonist

Cole Schuster on guitar

Greg Feingold on bass

Max Holmberg on drums

Abbey Arts presents The Winter Round

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Thursday, December 03 7:30 PM (All ages)

Abbey Arts presents The Winter Round with special guest musicians sharing the stage with slam poets and live painters in a unique multi-arts show. Featuring top singers from some of the past 126 Rounds held at Fremont Abbey Arts Center.  All proceeds go to support local artists and nonprofit programs for people of all ages and incomes. 



Mikey & Matty

Erin Austin (Ok Sweetheart)

Erik Walters (Silver Torches)

Jason Dodson (The Maldives)

Aaron Stevens


Pepper Proud


Live Painters: Siolo Thompson

Slam Poets: Daemond Arrindell, Elaina Ellis

Acoustic Africa (Habib Koite and Vusi Mahlasela)

Genre: Guitarist , World

  1. Friday, April 01 8:00 PM (All ages)
  2. Saturday, April 02 8:00 PM (All ages)

After worldwide critical and commercial success in 2006, 2011 and 2013, the fourth installment of Acoustic Africa’s exhilarating journey focuses on the richness of the African traditions of voice and song. In 2016 Acoustic Africa will feature two beloved singers, Habib Koite and Vusi Mahlasela.

A modern troubador with extraordinary appeal, Habib KoitĂ©‘s musicianship, wit and wisdom translate across cultures. Hailing from the musically prolific West African nation of Mali, the guitarist and composer has been named the biggest pop star of the region by Rolling Stone, delighting audiences the world over and selling more than 250,000 albums. Over the past decade, his artistry and magnetic personality have made him an international star, placing him firmly among the leading figures in contemporary world music.

Vusi Mahlasela, is simply known as ‘The Voice‘ in his home-country, South Africa, celebrated for his distinct, powerful voice and his poetic, optimistic lyrics. His songs of hope connect Apartheid-scarred South Africa with its promise for a better future. Raised in the Mamelodi Township, where he still resides, Vusi became a singer-songwriter and poet-activist at an early age. After his popular debut on BMG Africa, When You Come Back, Vusi was asked to perform at Nelson Mandela’s inauguration in 1994 and continues to spread Mandela’s message as an official ambassador to Mandela’s HIV/AIDS initiative, 46664.

In 2016 Acoustic Africa’s marketing and outreach will advance the mission of Oxfam International to meet the social, environmental, and public health challenges present throughout Africa.

Allison Shirk

Genre: Alt Country

Allison Shirk is an alt-country singer-songwriter from Texas, now living on Vashon Island. She is the third cousin of Country Music Hall of Famer, Earnest Tubb. Her rich voice has just the right amount of grit and warmth and her melodious tunes support her poetic and often personal lyrics that give listeners a sense of her authenticity. Allison will be performing with her full band and special guest, Country Dave Harmonson. More information is available at

An Acoustic Holiday Concert With Gypsy Soul

Genre: Acoustic Rock , Folk Rock

  1. Sunday, December 06 7:30 PM (All ages)

"Cilette Swann's voice is haunting and Roman Morykit's musicianship is superb. Their music stirs the soul and moves the spirit." - Monica Rizzo, PEOPLE Magazine

”Four stars.” “...Catchy, folk-based pop/rock songs with inventive arrangements suggested what a second Buckingham Nicks LP might have sounded like if Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks had not joined Fleetwood Mac.” - ALL MUSIC GUIDE

"Gypsy Soul is one of the most brilliantly instrumented and vocally adept bands alive and kicking. The most original material in the folk-rock scene today, totally unique and captivating." - Orange County WEEKLY

"A gorgeous mix of rich female folk, pop, jazz with touches of bluegrass. This is highly enriched folk that nourishes the dried up gardens of the soul." - CD BABY

An Evening With Greg Dulli w/ Derrick Brown

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Monday, March 21 8:00 PM (All ages)

Gregory Dulli (born May 11, 1965) is an American rock singer and instrumentalist. Dulli was born and brought up in a working-class suburb of Hamilton, Ohio. Dulli's father's side of the family comes from Kalamata-Peloponnese, Greece and his mother comes from West Cork, Ireland. He first came to public attention in Cincinnati in the late 1980s with The Afghan Whigs, when Dulli joined D.C. transplant bassist John Curley and Louisville, Kentucky, guitarist Rick McCollum. The band was comic punk rock. One indie rock critic wrote that The Afghan Whigs were "the most cartoony band in all of hairdom".[citation needed] Dulli's half-hour-long on-stage cigarette breaks, complete with running commentary on sexual politics and attempts at matchmaking at first enraged, but later fascinated the clientele. Dulli's budding career in the rock and roll production business was halted as The Afghan Whigs began playing more and better gigs, drawing bigger and bigger crowds. The band was soon brought to the attention of Sub Pop Records in Seattle. Sub Pop's signing of The Afghan Whigs created quite a stir; they were the first non-Northwestern U.S. band to record for the label. The Whigs split in 2001. In 1994, Dulli was a lead vocalist in the Backbeat Band, an alternative-rock supergroup that recorded the soundtrack to The Beatles biopic, Backbeat. Other members of the Backbeat Band were Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Don Fleming (Gumball), Mike Mills (R.E.M.), Dave Grohl (Nirvana, later Foo Fighters), and Dave Pirner (Soul Asylum). Dulli was the only musician that appeared on the Foo Fighters first record aside from Dave Grohl. He added a guitar part to the song "X-Static" In December 1998 Dulli was hospitalized suffering a skull fracture at the hands of a bouncer following an altercation at the Liberty Lunch Club in Austin, TX. In 1997, Dulli (with Ted Demme and director Mark Pellington) bought the movie rights to a book by Ann Imbrie called Spoken in Darkness but the film was never made. He is now the lead singer and main songwriter of the band The Twilight Singers who released their fourth album titled Powder Burns in May 2006. Dulli provides vocals for the song "Somebody Needs You" off of The Lo-Fidelity Allstars 2002 album "Don't Be Afraid of Love" In 2005 Dulli produced Ballads for Little Hyenas of the Italian Rock band, Afterhours. Dulli is working with Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Queens of the Stone Age, Mark Lanegan Band) in the project, The Gutter Twins. Lanegan also appears on The Twilight Singers EP, A Stitch In Time. Dulli always marks the booklets to his records with sentences in nicely-clumsy Italian. Greg Dulli is also an agnostic, though he was raised Catholic he denounced it in 1978. October 2007 saw Dulli, along with Jeff Klein, Shawn Smith, Petra Haden and Barb Antonio, play two acoustic shows at the Triple Door in Seattle, for the A Drink for the Kids fundraising effort by The Vera Project. The shows were recorded and released in October 2008 as a digital download on Greg's own label, Infernal Recordings.

Aubrey Logan

Genre: Jazz , Pop , R&B

Aubrey Logan is an award-winning artist with vocals that range from deep and electric, to delicate and vulnerable. She breaks traditional genre barriers by combining jazz vocals with R&B, neo-soul, pop and a touch of rock. She won the Audience’s Choice and Jury’s First Place Awards at the Montreux Jazz Festival Voice Competition in Switzerland, and has performed as a featured vocalist, horn player, and educator on stages across the United States and abroad.

Currently, Aubrey lives and makes music in Los Angeles, where her voice and talents have appeared on various television shows and albums such as the 57th Grammy Awards with Pharrell Williams, a Josh Groban single, ABC’s the Golbergs, and more. A native of Seattle, Washington, Aubrey remains close to her Pacific Northwestern roots.

Bakelite 78

Genre: Swing , Americana , Blues , Cabaret

Bakelite 78′s repertoire is an eclectic mix of swing, Dixieland, blues, proto-country, and cabaret, as well as a plethora of originals in hybrids of these styles.  Founding member Robert Rial arrived in Chicago in 2000, eager to engage in the music he loved most: dance orchestra music/swing, country-blues, dixieland, tin pan alley, rock and American folk. He played his guitar and tenor banjo and took solace in his 78 R.P.M. records (some discs were made from an early form of plastic similar to Bakelite). “Bakelite 78′s” preserved the music of the early 20th Century, and the band was born to keep classic crooner vocals & speak-easy jazz/lounge/cabaret alive.  The original lineup of Bakelite 78 performed throughout Chicago from 2003 to 2008. The group released their acclaimed debut “It’s A Sin” in 2006, and followed up in 2008 with “Delta Disc”, (produced in Mississippi by Jimbo Mathus, and partially funded by a City Of Chicago Department Of Cultural Affairs’ generous Community Arts Assistance Program Grant).  Bakelite 78 appeared throughout Chicago at The Hideout, The Old Town School Of Folk Music, The Famous “Hiawatha” Pizza Lounge, Bad Dog Tavern, The Beat Kitchen, The California Clipper, The Candlelite, The Charleston, The Taste Of Lincoln Avenue, The Bucktown Arts Festival and more.

Billy Brandt

Genre: Swing , Jazz

Billy Brandt sings and swings with a style marked by soul, grit and groove. His original music speaks to everyman themes of love, loss and possibility, reflecting a depth of influences from Ray Charles and Lou Rawls to Frank Sinatra and Mose Allison. Armed with persuasion, stage presence and his rockin‘ group The Thing & the Stuff Jazz Band, Billy charms audiences with a confection of jazz, rock, blues and soul.

Placing a high value on collaboration, Billy is inspired by the wealth of talent in the Seattle arts community. For the past six years, he has produced the highly successful variety shows The Big Gig and The Big Giggle, which feature the talents of Northwest artists from a mix of disciplines.

Billy and his band have performed at nightspots across Seattle, including the Triple Door, the Musicquarium, the Columbia City Theater, Tula’s, 13 Coins and Egan’s Ballard Jam House. In addition, Billy hosts a jam session the first Tuesday of each month at the Paragon Bar on Queen Anne Hill.

His first CD, “The Ballad of Larry’s Neighbor,” was released in 2012 and continues to receive national airplay.

His second album is due to drop in the fall of 2015.

“[A] crooner/songwriter with a love of wordplay & a hot band takes a page from the great Jacqui Naylor & does some acoustic smashing of his own, first of gospel w/ old jazz, then of ‘Route 66 w/ Day Tripper’ over vintage Miles–wordplay indeed” –KUNM Albuquerque

“…very very very nice sound and vocals… Michael BublĂ© eat your heart out!” –Joost van Steen from Jazz Blues Tour Netherlands

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