Minggu, 5 Mei pukul 19:00
Stefanie Robbins & Eric Miller Trio
Stefanie Robbins is a singer-songwriter covering the relational theme landscape. His dreamlike vocals and melodies captivate the ear, capturing nuance while remaining catchy and relatable. It delivers a contemporary acoustic folk sound with a touch of sugar. Stef’s background in classical vocal music studies in high school and college music programs taught him a deep appreciation of technique and theory. While this informs his writing and style, his music is primarily guided by intuition and a passion for expression. This Folk Club show was also the CD release event for his first EP, “In The Sun,” which featured all of the original music.
The opening for Stefanie is Eric Miller “combining genres in a really refreshing way, taking American Folk and blending it with the subtleties of Rock, Country, and Blues. He provides an authentic musical experience to a wide range of listeners. Whether dancing to an upbeat tune or immersed in lyrics complex narrative prose, audiences delight in Eric’s honest hospitality and impeccable musicality.” —
James Riordan, Author of The Platinum Rainbow: How to Succeed in the Music Business…Without Selling Your Soul and the NY Times Bestselling Book, Breakthrough: The Life and Death of Jim Morrison
Concert by “Golden Tree Story ” with Camelia Jade & Mike Antone
Come listen to the lush sounds of “Golden Tree Story” the music of local singer-songwriter, Cynthia Marie, on piano/vocals, leading her 5-piece band of stellar Seattle folk & jazz musicians – Cameron Peace on guitar, Rachel Erin Sage on fiddle/vocals, Birch Pereira on bass/vocals, and Dave Bush on percussion – their original songs & arrangements of Appalachian ballads and folk favorites will take you on a journey you won’t forget!
Opening the evening are the beautiful vocal harmonies & instrumentals of Camelia Jade and Mike Antone, a duo from Seattle and the Snoqualmie Valley. They create a unique blend of folk music from the Pacific Northwest and South America. Mike Antone – vocals, guitar, lap steel, percussion; and Camelia jade – vocals, guitar, charango, percussion.
Brought to you in part by the Seattle Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, this concert will be a special welcome to new families resettled to Seattle, into our music & arts community at ROCKiT space; special guests from the International Rescue Committee, including Erika Grantier, will share stories & introduce us to refugee resettlement in Seattle, and Betty Jean, director of ROCKiT Community Arts will speak about ROCKiT’s many opportunities in music, art, dance, and creating community.