« Week of October 17, 2010 »
Start: 10/17/2010 8:00 pm

Neydavood Ensemble"In a time when the world has been separated by political and religious fundamentalism, we give the message of peace," says Aryan Rahmanian, the lead vocalist of the Neydavood Ensemble.

Start: 10/18/2010 7:30 pm

Come check out the future when the West Coast Songwriters Association presents its monthly Freight & Salvage Songwriter Competition, where members get the chance to take the stage and perform their material before a live audience. Performers sign up from 6:45 to 7:20, and at 7:30 the show's on!

Start: 10/19/2010 8:00 pm

All performers are welcome to participate in this event that has produced some of our brightest performers, including: Shawn Colvin, Dana Carvey, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Patrick Landeza.

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS! One unique aspect of our Open Mic is that, unlike those held in noisy bars where people show up in spite of the fact that there's live music, you will be playing to a supportive group of friends and performers who are actually listening!!!

Start: 10/20/2010 8:00 pm

Please see the Freight box office for refunds.












Start: 10/21/2010 8:00 pm

"Sieber has been breaking ground, bridging gaps and opening minds through music for decades....."
- North Kitsap Newspaper

"In Jami Sieber's hands, the cello becomes a statement for longing and freedom, for unbridled expression, and a prayer to tenderness that encompasses every emotion."
- Common Ground Magazine

Start: 10/22/2010 8:00 pm

Capathia Jenkins & Louis RosenShe is a jazz/pop vocalist and Broadway musical actress. He is a multi-award winning songwriter, guitarist and pianist.

Start: 10/23/2010 8:00 pm

Woody Guthrie," a one-man show of song and spoken word presented by singer-songwriter, historian, and infamous rockin' rabble-rouser, Country Joe McDonald. In tonight's performance, as well as on his soon-to-be released CD, Joe mixes classic Woody Guthrie songs, from "This Land is Your Land" to "Pastures of Plenty," with tales from Woody's life, snippets of his letters, and Joe's own musings about the folksinger's life and times.