Uptown Art Expo – Art & Music Festival at Beautiful Cranes Roost Park will feature exciting free live music performances all weekend long on the Eddie Rose Ampitheatre.
Saturday, Feb. 16th, 2013 at 4pm.
Music legend Marty Balin will perform Saturday, Feb. 16th, 2013 at 4pm an acoustic storyteller performance at the Uptown Art Expo.
Singer-songwriter Marty Balin is the founding member of Jefferson Airplane, hit song maker of Jefferson Starship, gold status solo artist, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame icon.
Balin’s distinctive voice, style and memorable songs include Billboard top chart hits; Miracles, Hearts, Atlanta Lady, Count On Me, Runaway, and album, radio, film and television soundtrack classics, Comin’ Back to Me, Today, and Volunteers.
Marty’s haunting vocals are still played regularly on almost every radio station in America. Whether he’s singing the soft, beautiful ballads or the strong rockers, Balin is one of the most distinctive and charismatic singers in rock.
Saturday, Feb 16th, 2013 at 11:50pm
Saturday, Feb 16th, 2013 at 10:15am.
Sunday, Feb. 17th, 2013 at 3:15pm.
From 1976 through the 1980’s, Firefall saturated the radio waves with a string of Top 20 hits, selling millions of albums and earning two platinum and three gold records for their efforts. They toured the world over, sharing stages with super groups like Fleetwood Mac, The Band, The Doobie Brothers, Marshall Tucker, The Beach Boys and America, to name a few.
Defying industry labels, they creatively melded country, folk, easy listening and rock ‘n’roll to create a sound that was uniquely their own. Firefall is one of the few surviving bands of this genre, remaining true to the found vision throughout the bands’ 30 year history.
Firefall trio consists of band members, Steven Weinmeister – vocal & guitar, Jock Bartley – vocal & guitar and Bill Hopkins – vocal & bass perform their classic hits in an acoustic performance on Sunday, Feb. 17th at 3pm at the Uptown Art Expo. Performing their hits:
You Are The Woman, Strange Way, Goodbye I Love You, Cinderella, Mexico, Strange Ways.
Sunday, Feb. 17th, 2013 at 12:00pm.
Take a musical journey that spans from 1960, when Elvis was discharged from his Army duties, right through that crazy, rain-soaked event we all know as “Woodstock”, in 1969. A show with American Pop 60′s is a real “trip” down memory lane, featuring the sound track of the decade’s top songs.
Sunday, Feb. 17th, 2013 at 10:15am.
The Summer Januaries formed two years ago, as a busking duo, playing fiddle tunes at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. They soon began injecting fiddle tunes into harmony laden arrangements of their favorite songs, and these inventive arrangements became the defining element of their sound. They have continued writing original music, and have performed at fairs, weddings, and street corners throughout the Pacific Northwest, and most recently in Italy, where they just completed a three month busking tour.