Smokey Brights' Ryan and Kim make music that taps into history and stretches out a visionary rock that rolls relentlessly forward.
Jason fronts The Maldives, an alt-country band from Seattle known for sold-out live performances.
Stephanie is a singer and songwriter whose soulful sound combines elements of blues, folk and rock.
Singer/songwriter and balladeering trumpeteer, Billy Joe Huels, leads Seattle’s Dusty 45s.
Tobias the Owl is a composer, band leader, and crooner, with the belief that music heals the soul.
Robbie is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who has performed with Train, Jakob Dylan and Michael Franti.
Eric Martin is the lead singer for Blues Band, Fast Nasties.
Ethan Anderson is the lead singer/bassist of longtime Seattle rock and twang outfit Massy Ferguson. It is rumored he also plays a mean flute solo.
Trevor and Hamilton are founding members of Country Lips, who having been performing, writing and recording outlaw country and country-rock since 2009.
Matt Gervais creates beautifully layered arrangements and harmonies that complement a lyrical depth on par with anything else the Northwest folk scene has produced.
Emily is a local Seattle artist who was born and raised on Phinney Ridge. She performs locally and also internationally with her big band.
Danny Newcomb released his debut record in 2015, Masterwish, that Kevin Cole (Kexp) calls "an instant classic." He tours with his band, the Sugarmakers.
Anthony Briscoe fronts Down North with his bold and sensual vocal talents.
Fredd covers a lot of musical and emotional territory as the songwriting of front man of The Swearengens.
Annie has performed with groups such as the Seattle Rock Orchestra and the Bushwick Book Club.
Nick Foster is a songwriter from Seattle, WA.
Giant robots and dragons inspired this young man to sing with Vendetta Red, Sirens Sister, Sky Choir, Crooked Veils and many many more.
Geoffrey is your friendly neighborhood pioneer on the electric six-string violin.
Joel is the frontman for Seattle-based blues and rock trio My Goodness.
Michele participates in a broad range of projects from the boombap rap of Spekulation to Beth Fleenor's Workshop Ensembles.
The Ramblin' Years blend intricate vocal harmonies, red-hot guitars, soaring saxophone, and a slammin' rhythm section.
Shasta is a Seattle singer-songwriter and photographer.
Kye is a singer/songwriter from Tacoma, WA.
Pete is the front man for Seattle rock band Cloud Person.
Jason is a producer and chief audio engineer at Fastback Studios in Seattle, WA.
Traveling, creating, and sharing original live music are essential ingredients for the enrichment of humanity. Norman Baker pays homage by introducing new and old songs to as many communities as possible.
Danny is co-front person of Exohxo. Notable past projects include Speaker Speaker and the Seattle Rock Orchestra.
Jasen is co-front person of Exohxo, and the drummer and co-organizer of Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
Michael is a session musician and bassist for Leanne Wilkins & the Weathered and co-organizer of Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
Joe is the guitarist for Ça gaze and co-founder for Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
Leif is the piano/organ player and co-founder for Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
Bill is a Seattle-based session musican and piano/organ player and co-founder of Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
Nate plays tenor saxophone for Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz and Seattle-based alternative rock band Prat Attack.
Jim has been a member of the free jazz group Holus Bolus,
and a founding member of Circular Cowboys and Inside Out.
Lorenzo plays baritone saxophone for Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz.
When not playing trombone with Seattle's Tribute to the Last Waltz, Jake is backed by his Seattle-based Wooden Nickel Brass Band.
Katie Sweeney is a singer, songwriter, & guitarist who fronts Seattle rock’n’roll band The Ramblin’ Years.
Jennifer has performed alongside the likes of Imogen Heap and Brandi Carlile but her heart belongs to The Angel Band Project
Shannon is the Soprano II Section Leader for Seattle University Choirs.
Circa-1921 theater transformed from a cinema to a venue for live performances by well-known acts.
1303 NE 45th St
Seattle, WA 98105
All proceeds benefit the Northwest Harvest!
1303 NE 45th St, Seattle, WA 98105