Thursday, July 24, 2014

Watch The Thrown Epps with Mark Arm Tonight Via Free Live Stream!



I just hope he can forgive me for not having my eyebrows on last time I saw him at the post office! I mean really, it's right in the "Grunge Rule Book" that Xana is to remain forever looking like "'90s Xana."  Sheesh what a slacker I am, tisk tisk. I sure hope streaming this and filming it for our little grunge time capsule here will make up for my makeup failures! Join us tonight at The Central Tavern for what's sure to be a fun show -- it's free and it's a dark drizzly day -- what better time to head into downtown Seattle and watch Mark Arm jump around and scream a little?! I would like to thank John Leighton Beezer from The Thrown Ups, Jeffrey Smith of Mr. Epp, and Lilith Kemnitz of The Central Tavern for coming together and bringing this joyous reunion to fruition. Also on stage tonight is Joe Smitty, Ed Fotheringham, Scott Schickler, Michael Falhauber, plus special guests! 


To watch the free live stream go to our 'Live Performance' page right here on Xanaland 

link to show event page on Facebook 

Live stream brought to you by Shine Music Project and generously provided by Streambox 

Friday, July 11, 2014

West Seattle Street Fair Starts Off Splendid with Vaudeville Etiquette




I just know that in another life I was a circus performer of some sort. I feel oddly comfortable with all sorts of performers, and today I hit gold getting a few minutes with Seattle's Vaudeville Etiquette, a new folk rock band that's been making steady and strong steps in the local music scene as well as touring the West Coast to support their new album, Debutantes & Dealers. 


Bradley Laina is quickly becoming 
one of my favorite singers in Seattle. 
Be sure to check out their Facebook 
page for other upcoming festivals they're
playing at this summer. 


Tayler Lynn sings, plays the accordion, and shakes the 
tambourine like a pro... but her real talent lies in 
her mastery of bringing the sexy back to bazooka playing!  



Bryce Gourley of Vaudeville Etiquette 



The multi-talented string musician, Matt Teske 



 For more information on Vaudeville Etiquette, 
you can go to their Facebook page on the following link: 


The West Seattle Street Fair runs all weekend. I noticed how mellow yet busy it was -- clean, yet full of tasty looking food, and the music -- perfect! 

Vaudeville Etiquette performing 
"Devil's Daughter"




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