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OPEN Thur-Sat from 6PM, Sun 5pm for dinner
NOW OPEN SUNDAYS
Open Thur-Sat 6 pm & Sun 5pm
CHEAP DATE SPECIAL
Thur-Sat 6-7 pm & Sun 5pm
2 dinners – (anything on the menu)
1 bottle of wine
(All for $30)
DENNIS JONES Band
Dec 5th at 7:30pm
Critically acclaimed 2013 indie films, Babe’s & Ricky’s Inn, and How We Got AwayWith It, feature Dennis Jones’ original music. Keep an eye out for these!
Sizzling hot guitar solos. Smooth and soulful vocals. High-energy stage performance. Backed by a rhythm section that is second to none, this IS Dennis Jones. Check out a live show, and you’ll instantly agree, Dennis Jones’s band ROCKS the blues like NO other!
Piper Reva is an original act, with theatrical flare, singing with a soul on fire. She’s a Warrior Princess Wordsmith. Her tunes are heart-wrenching, comical, pure and playful, ranging from the dark caverns of love-gone-wrong, tales of the road and strangers met along the way, to the sweet sunny fields of gratitude. She plays a hand-painted guitar, wears many hats, and is guaranteed to bust out some abstract improv with the audience. Her voice is as dynamic as they come, with seductive kitten purrs and freight train howls, devoted to rip you to pieces and put you back together again like a Humpty Dumpty Soul Revival.
Saturday, Dec 7th at 8:00pm
House-Rockin’ Blues and R&B
Mark was lead vocalist for the coveted band “Roomful of Blues” from 2002 to 2006, and has been awarded best vocalist, songwriter and harmonica by The Washington Blues Society more than any other artist. His work on the chromatic harmonica is considered as some of the most innovative in Blues music, and his ability to circular breathe has left audiences amazed.
Mark’s previous appearances at the Muse were SRO events, so be forewarned.
Scott Cossu, piano, John Croarkin, flute, harp and sax, and Tim Miller, drums.
“Cossu wraps impressionistic music in refreshing wit”
-George Varga, The San Diego Union
“Cossu takes jazz, ethnic & classical to a New Age”
-Mark Anderson, South Sound Sounds
“…Cossu speaks often of a ‘world concept,’ which he says is the message of his music. His use of rhythms, scales and modes of traditional ethnic peoples in his music is intended, he explains, to bring the audience into contact with an unfamiliar culture in a pleasing way. He hopes that will help build a respect and appreciation for cultures foreign to his audience, and that that appreciation will allow them to see that beauty and peace are much larger than one’s own cultural interpretation. Seeing the expanded scope of beauty and recognizing one’s place in it, he hopes, will lead his listeners to take one more step, to what he calls ‘combining the beauty and the doing,’ rethinking one’s actions in the busy, narrow-minded hubbub of one’s own culture.”
Scott is an internationally known, composer, pianist and recording artist. He was up front when New Age was just beginning over 30 years ago. He was one of the first Windham Hill Artists to join with founder Will Ackerman and Alex Degrassi, in their new label out of Palo Alto, California. Scott signed onto the label the same day as Michael Hedges and they both joined George Winston who was just new to the label himself. In those early days, Scott toured with his label mates as they forged the way for the many artists that would follow in that genre.
Scott would affectionately call his music Heavy Mental or Cosmic National Geographic, even though he was one of the grandfathers of the New Age scene; he was labeled a “jazz luminary of the future”, by Billboard Magazine.
The Pine Hearts are an Alt-Bluegass trio featuring Joe Capoccia on guitar, Lob Strilla on banjo, and Derek McSwain on mandolin.
Playing particularly up beat original tunes that are instant classics, the Pine Hearts sing with sincerity and pick with deliberate dedication.
Their brand new album “Distant Lights” just came out this month and is sure to win music lovers of every age.
‘The GIFT OF MUSIC’
PAUL BENOIT &
(In Renaissance Room)
Give the gift of music and musical instruments to children in Skagit and Whatcom counties this season! On December 14th, join some of northwestern Washington’s most talented musicians for a lively performance and celebration. Hosted by the Conway Muse, the “Gift of Music” benefit show will include performances by
The Mudflat Walkers,
The Sky Colony,
Strangely and Friends,
and Peter Ali.
Proceeds will be donated to Blue Skies for Children’s Instrument Loaner Program.
They will be asking a minimum donation of $10 at the door.
For more information about the event go to:
NICK VIGARINO, SAMMY EUBANKS, JESSE JAMES
Following the scheduled performances, we’ll be welcomingjam hosts, Chester Dennis Jones, Tommy Wall, and Greg Rowe for a rockin’ open jam!! So, bring your guitars, your drumsticks, your bass, your trombone, your sax, your harmonica, your accordion, your voice, and your spirit and let’s have a ball!!!
The day will hold a visit from Santa, a spaghetti buffet, (as well as a limited menu from the great chef at The Muse) a full bar, and great music with great friends!!
YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WBS TO ATTEND THIS GREAT PARTY!!!
ALL AGES WELCOME!!!
See you there ~
NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA!
NEW YEAR’S EVE GALA DANCE and PARTY
The Mark DuFresne Band in the Renaissance Room at 9pm. and Wayne Hayton & Fat Slim Lips in the Parlor at 7:30pm.
$25 cover for the night’s entertainment. Advance tickets available at