Cooler weather is upon us…maybe. Choose a seat inside to be near the action, or enjoy the heaters on the patio for a quieter evening. (There are speakers on the patio so that you can still hear the music.)
Keep an eye on our events calendar for a list of upcoming live music.
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eattle singer-songwriter, Nick Drummond, is a chef and his music is a sumptuous feast. To hear Drummond’s songs is to sit down at a long dining room table, tuck in your napkin and begin to digest all that’s set before you. First the smells and sights then the sounds and conversations that swirl about. With the close and reopening of your eyes, your table is suddenly transported outdoors, Mad Hatter-style, with teacups and intoxicated cats draped over their delicate plates. The songs continue, lavishly.
Drummond is a mainstay in the Emerald City. Whether performing solo with nimble fingers and elastic vocals or backed by some of the region’s best players, from the renowned organist Joe Doria, celebrated guitarist Cole Schuster, or the pocket-perfect combination of bassist Mark Mattrey and drummer Ehssan Karimi, Drummond brings his sonic cornucopia to audiences in rooms of all sizes and states. He’s sold out nights at Jazz Alley and the Triple Door. He’s played the Showbox and Neumos, fingers dancing on acoustic guitars and electric banjos.
The Nick Drummond Band released its debut record, Eye of the Storm, in 2020 and it immediately earned acclaim from local press and radio, including regular rotation on KBCS 91.3 FM. The music has earned spins on KEXP and across the country’s college stations. Dubbed a composer of “brilliant, Dionysian music” by public radio’s Garrison Keillor, Drummond sings nourishing tunes perfect for banquets, caloric party songs and even the delightful lullaby by which to blow out the candle and prepare again for tomorrow’s indulgences.