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Luke Bell: Just Plain Good Songs

Luke Bell: Just Plain Good Songs

Rolling Stone says that Luke Bell is one of the “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know:” “Raised less than an hour’s drive from Yellowstone, Bell spent his summers working on his grandparents’ ranch in Shell, Wyoming. “I built fences, worked horses, stacked hay, dug sewage lines and fixed water tanks,” says the 26-year-old, who later

Courtney Granger Brings Country to Voice Works

Courtney Granger lives in Lafayette, Louisiana, and he’s one of the most soulful singers on earth. A master fiddler and extraordinarily talented singer, Courtney hails from the Balfa family lineage, which is evident in his powerful vocals and heavily Balfa-influenced fiddling. Courtney will be joining the artist/faculty at the 2017 gathering of Voice Works at

Petunia and the Vipers: Honky-Tonk Dance Tonight

Honky-Tonk Polka Dot Dance Join us Saturday, July 2, at 8:00 p.m. in the USO Building at Fort Worden! Tickets $15 (sold at the door only) Limit: first 150 guests only Featuring Petunia and the Vipers with a beer garden and a nice wooden dance floor. Wear your Polka Dots! About Petunia – acoustic guitar, vocals, yodeler,

Blood Harmony Voice Works Concert July 1

Friday night at the Wheeler is a show that you don’t want to miss. “Blood Harmony: Mothers and Fathers and Daughters” is a Voice Works concert featuring family members singing together, showing how people who were raised with the same accent, the same phrasing and intonation, the same genes, are capable of blending two and

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