The idea of hosting summer concerts in our studio began in 2002 when we invited Warner’s brother Pete, and his son Robert to perform. Ten years later, nephew Robert and brother Pete are returning to open our final season of regular summer concerts.
Yes! Lots of good sounds have bounced around the barrel-vault nave over the past ten years, barely to mention the fantastic summer suppers laid out by Karen; but, as you can imagine, it’s lots of work.
So here’s hoping you will join us this summer for at least one of three concerts planned beginning this Sunday.
A promotional trailer for last year’s Jamboree produced by Warner from his documentary “A Subdued Doc” celebrating 10 years of subduedness at the Deming Logging Show grounds near Bellingham
Jamboree co-founder, producer and nephew Robert Sarazin Blake has invited one of the most popular groups from the annual Jamboree to join him in Snohomish — the Crow Quill Night Owls!
Now, what kind of music would a group play with a name like that? Hint: instruments include a washboard, a washtub one string base, and a jug!
You will want to wear your dancing shoes on Sunday, June 3, for our first concert of the 2012 summer.
And Peter Blake will be performing a few of his popular family friendly numbers.
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