The Brothers Four

August 13, 2019 in

Folk revival pioneers the Brothers Four are national icons of American music. With hits like “Try to Remember,” “Greenfields,” and “Michael, Row the Boat Ashore,” their elegant harmonies blend flawlessly with traditional folk instrumentation of the guitar, mandolin, banjo, and bass. Over the last five decades, the group has serenaded four U.S. presidents at the […]

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Mat Kearney

June 10, 2019 in

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of his breakout album, City of Black & White, Mat Kearney decided to revisit some of his favorite songs off of the record and re-record them with a new perspective. Similarly, the City of Black & White Revisited Tour will feature Kearney’s extensive, award-winning catalog in a rare intimate acoustic […]

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Uncle Bonsai

August 31, 2018 in

“A folk-pop trio from Seattle, performs funny original songs whose exquisite musical detail and subtle needling wit attain a level of craft not often seen in pop” – Stephen Holden, NY Times Imagine what might happen if Tim Burton hijacked the Andrews Sisters en route to a Stephen Sondheim festival with The Beatles and Tom […]

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Karla Bonoff

August 14, 2018 in

Karla’s legacy as a writer and perseverance as a performer are spoken best in a Billboard Magazine review of Karla’s “All My Life” recording: “Long before Alanis and Jewel, there was a breed of singer/songwriters whose earthly anthems of soul-searching, heartache and joy touched souls in a way few can muster today.” Ticket prices are […]

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The Kingston Trio

August 14, 2018 in

The Kingston Trio is one of the few groups today that has survived the many changes in the world of music. They have remained consistent in their sound, a three-part harmony that is clean and crisp. Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees and taxes.

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John McCutcheon

August 14, 2018 in

John McCutcheon is folk music’s renaissance man, master instrumentalist, powerful singer-songwriter, storyteller, activist, and author. “The most impressive instrumentalist I’ve ever heard.” — Johnny Cash “He has an uncanny ability to breathe new life into the familiar. His storytelling has the richness of fine literature.” — Washington Post Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees […]

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Vaudeville Etiquette

August 14, 2018 in

Vaudeville Etiquette serves up psych-folk with grit, passion, and come-hither wit. The Seattle quintet fills timeless melodies with modern lyrics, heady harmonies, and a potent classic rock chemistry. Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees and taxes.

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Stephen Stills & Judy Collins

June 12, 2018 in

These two music legends will pull from their rich catalogs and share warm and intimate stories from their journeys and the 1960s folk and Laurel Canyon scenes they helped build. Kenny White will be opening.   Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees and taxes. Online and over the phone ticket purchases will be held […]

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Indigo Girls

May 22, 2018 in

The Indigo Girls return to KPC for an intimate performance. With a legacy of releases and countless U.S. and international tours behind them, the Indigo Girls have forged their own way in the music business. They will be performing music from their newest album One Lost Day. Lucy Wainwright Roche will be opening.  

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An Intimate Evening with Noah Gundersen

February 5, 2018 in

Noah has been peddling sincerity and introspection in musical form for almost a decade; songs that give listeners a taste of the emotional nectar in the pit of another human’s gut. He’s been dredging up viscous fistfuls of his own being and shaping them into little waxen votives, candles meant to illuminate the territory between […]

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