Bart Roderick CD Release Party for

Bart Roderick CD Release Party for "UNDER THE SUN"

Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 7:00 PM

Mr. Roderick has been the "music man" of Yakima for years; playing his high energy piano, belting out tunes, and being part of the musical scene for countless other artists.

Now he has put his all, and his many musical friends into "Under the Sun" CD. His CD release party at The Seasons will feature many of them and will be a fun-drenched, sun-drenched love fest for one of the most popular musicians in Yakima.

Please join us to hear new original music by Bart, and celebrate his artistic efforts and his community engagement.

All ticket revenue will be split between the artist and The Seasons.

Tickets: Balcony $12, Main Floor $15; VIP Table $25. Doors open 6:30 PM

Siren Song: Empowered Music  Jenny Don't and the Spurs, Gina Belliveau, TBA

Jenny Don't and The Spurs, Whitney Monge` and Gina Belliveau are going to inspire your souls with their magnetic, female led performances! Mark your calendars, this is going to be a show that you do not want to miss!

Gina Belliveau is a Seattle-based musician who plays solo mostly- percussive acoustic folk with an achilles heel for ridiculous pop cover tunes (www.reverbnation.com/ginabelliveau). Her ever expanding repertoire runs the gamut from Billie Holiday to Billie Jean.
With an adaptable sound to fit any room, she has played at raucous bars, mellow wine bars, art auctions, as well as corporate events for Microsoft, Silver City Brewery, Hard Rock Cafe, Wild Waves Theme Park, among others. Most recently, she worked on a couple cruise contracts with Holland America Line, adding 'on top of a hot tub in the middle of the ocean' to her list of most bizarre performance locales.

Alternative Soul artist, Whitney Mongé, was once known for being the Best Busker in Seattle. Her music has since transcended to a national level supporting acts, Ziggy Marley, Allen Stone, Lukas Nelson & The Promise of The Real, Crystal Bowersox, and X Ambassadors. Catching the attention of the masses with her dynamic voice and heartfelt performances, Whitneys music is often compared to Tracy Chapman and Alabama Shakes.

Portland band Jenny Don't and the Spurs. While the sound of the Spurs is original and draws from deep wells of personal experience, the band pays stylistic homage to the greats of the genre Patsy Cline, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams Sr., Loretta Lynne, and all the rest of the real players from the 1940s and 50s - an era where the lines between Rock'n'Roll and Country were blurred, where the likes of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and Carl Perkins could tour together and nobody would bat an eye.