Dec. 10, 2014
Add a little fast-pickin’ old-time music to your family’s holiday happenings this season. The Weatherside Whiskey Band returns to Langley for “A Bluegrass Christmas” at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21 in Whidbey Island Center for the Arts’ Holiday concert.
This four-piece, alt-country and bluegrass ensemble features Whidbey Island native Tanner McInerney, joined by Jakob Singer, Amy Meyer and Jacob Yackshaw, in a boot-stompin’ fun-filled evening of holiday song favorites played with a little roadhouse style, and Weatherside originals the whole family can enjoy.
The Weatherside Whiskey Band has been resonating with Pacific Northwest crowds since 2011, building a strong fan-base with their energetic stage presence and catchy melodies created through excellent three-part vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo, and upright bass. Check out the band’s EP release “Pickin’ the Pines” (www.weathersidewhiskeyband.com/pickin-the-pines). Musically, the Seattle-based Weatherside Whiskey Band takes its influences from traditional bluegrass greats (The Stanley Brothers, Doc Watson), a little bit of country (Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash), and folk rock (Old Crow Medicine Show, Mumford & Sons).
Bring the whole family for the feel good, boot-stompin’ event of the season.
All seats for “A Bluegrass Christmas” are $20.
Click here for online purchases (tickets.wicaonline.com). Online tickets are available until noon the day of the show. For tickets by phone, call the Box Office at 800-638-7631 or 360-221-8268. You can also buy tickets in person at the Box Office at 565 Camano Ave in Langley between 1 and 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday or two hours before any show.