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Enormous: The Gorge Story
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 7:30pm
This screening has been rescheduled from April 28. All tickets purchased for the April 28 screening will be honored.
Chronicling its journey from unlikely beginnings, Enormous: The Gorge Story weaves together personal stories from music legends Dave Matthews, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Jason Mraz, Dierks Bentley, and Steve Miller, with the emotional narratives of audience members who have built their lives around the venue. These stories reveal how a family-owned winery - with a makeshift plywood stage - ascended to become "The Gorge,” a Billboard, Pollstar and ACM winning music venue.
In addition to the full-length film, this one-night-only screening will feature exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with Hozier, Phantogram, and Portugal.The Man. The night will also include a world premiere of The Enormisodes – five mini-documentaries about The Gorge – along with a blooper reel featuring Dave Matthews, Jason Mraz, and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, among others.
Director: Nic Davis
Producers: Tim Williams, Nic Davis, Brian de-Herrera Schnering
Run Time: 85 Minutes
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Charlie Hunter & Lucy Woodward Trio
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO DATE TBD IN 2021. ALL TICKETS PURCHASED FOR FOR 2020 WILL BE HONORED FOR THE NEW DATE.
The musical partnership of guitarist Charlie Hunter and vocalist Lucy Woodward was forged under inauspicious, curveball-icious circumstances. In January 2018, shortly before he was scheduled to hit the road for a west coast tour with Mexican singer-songwriter Silvana Estrada, Hunter got word that Estrada’s visa had been denied by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Needing an emergency vocalist for the dates, Hunter reached out to Woodward, whom he knew through their mutual friends in the jazz/funk collective Snarky Puppy. “It was about four days before the tour,” Woodward remembers. “A mutual friend connected us, saying, ‘Why don’t you get Lucy to jump on it?’” Woodward, fresh off supporting her fourth solo album, 2016’s Til They Bang on the Door, was game; but she also knew that they only had a few days to build an entire set list. Once they decided what musical route we were going (blues, jazz, funk), Charlie started sending me links to Blind Willie Johnson and Bessie Smith tunes, things from the early Twenties. And he was like, ‘What songs have you always wanted to do?’ We went back and forth with about thirty ideas, and came up with a set, had like a two-hour rehearsal, and did our first show the same day.” They’ve been going strong ever since.
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Tin Hut Concerts and the Lincoln Theatre present
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCEDULED TO JANUARY 23, 2021 AT 8;00PM. ALL TICKETS TO THE MAY 2 PERFORMANCE WILL BE HONORED.
You hear it a lot – the idea that something is greater than the sum of its parts – and yet there’s really no better way to describe the musical essence of the Good Lovelies.
Kerri Ough, Sue Passmore, and Caroline Brooks are immensely talented vocalists and songwriters in their own right; however, it’s their voices interwoven in harmony – powerful and pure, organic and inspiring – that elevates the Good Lovelies from impressive to peerless.
Over the course of their decade-plus career, they’ve covered plenty of stylistic ground, adding tinges of pop, roots, jazz, and even hip-hop to their country folk core.
If what happens next goes according to plan, the Good Lovelies will see their profile propelled to new heights thanks to a contemplative creative approach and a new spin on the signature sound that’s earned them audiences and accolades the world over.
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Simply Curious Enterprises and Skagit Valley College Rainbow Alliance present the 8th Annual
Skagit Valley Drag Show
Saturday, April 17, 2021 7:00pm
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCEDULED TO APRIL 17, 2021. ALL TICKETS TO THE APRIL 15, 2020 PERFORMANCE WILL BE HONORED.
The Skagit Valley Drag Show was created to give a space for connecting the community through creative expression and sharing of knowledge and support. This show has given a great opportunity to newcomers and seasoned performers to express themselves. It is a show and crowd that is full of love and amazing energy! We are so proud to say that we have been able to create an LGBTQIA focused scholarship at Skagit Valley College and continue the focus on educating and connecting the LGBTQIA communities and allies. With funds raised through this event and the communities support, we are able to do this! Thank you for your continued support and participation. Here is to another 8 years and beyond!
Mature Content Warning.
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Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives: Marty Stuart is The Pilgrim
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCEDULED TO SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 AT 7:30PM. ALL TICKETS TO THE APRIL 15 PERFORMANCE WILL BE HONORED.
The Historic Lincoln Theatre welcomes country music torchbearer Marty Stuart as he celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his iconic album The Pilgrim. While he’s too gracious to admit it himself, the GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician is living, breathing country music history. Join Marty Stuart as he shares through story and song his remarkable life.
With legends like George Jones, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard all passed on, country music purists often echo the question Jones himself asked: “Who’s going to fill their shoes?” The answer, in part, is Marty Stuart.
While he’s too gracious to admit it himself, the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and musician is living, breathing country-music history. He’s played alongside the masters, from Cash to Lester Flatt, who discovered him; been a worldwide ambassador for Nashville, Bakersfield and points in between; and safeguarded country’s most valuable traditions and physical artifacts. Including its literal shoes: Stuart counts the brogan of Carter Family patriarch A.P. Carter and an assortment of Cash’s black boots among his vast collection of memorabilia.
But most importantly, Stuart continues to record and release keenly relevant music, records that honor country’s rich legacy while advancing it into the future. Way Out West, his 18th studio album, hits both of those marks. Produced by Mike Campbell (of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), the album is a cinematic tour-de-force, an exhilarating musical journey through the California desert that solidifies Stuart as a truly visionary artist.
The evening will be opened by Wyatt Lowe.
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