Brifest 2017! w/Champagne Sunday, Pig Snout and More!

Brifest 2017! w/Champagne Sunday, Pig Snout and More!

PIG SNOUT, Black Ocean Temple, Darby Picnic, Resisting Ordinary

Sat, July 8, 2017

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

$10.00

This event is all ages

Champagne Sunday
Champagne Sunday
AN ORCHESTRA IN A BOTTLE . . .
Endearingly labeled as “Pearl Jam meets Bette Midler”, Champagne Sunday began in Ventura, CA, in 2005 migrating up to the Pacific Northwest in recent years. Husband and wife members Jessi and Jared Fredeen have been tearing up stages and crowds nationwide with their unique upbeat, roller coaster style shows, firing off gypsy-punk rock songs alongside everything from intimate tear-jerkers to anthemic foot-stompers. This act has a ton of energy, heart, and talent that makes for an engaging, powerful show.

Together, Jessi and Jared have been able to create a sound that’s totally unique, fun, and captivating, with a show that packs the power of an entire orchestra.
PIG SNOUT
PIG SNOUT
Pig Snout is:

6 year old Dahlia
9 year old Lucien
100 year old Justin/Dad

Lucien and Dahlia are brother and sister and both switch between drums and keys. Justin/dad plays guitar.

This is a project started by Justin/dad in March of 2014 to help the kids know all the sides of music and playing in a band. From learning an instrument, to writing songs, to recording, setting up shows, dong the artwork, naming the band and songs and everything else that goes into being in a band, they get to make the decisions as it is primarily theirs. Dad will more than likely get kicked out one day as these kids are going to far surpass him musically at the rate they are going..
Black Ocean Temple
Black Ocean Temple
BOT is a Tacoma band. The music has been described in a few ways, Grunge Beatles, Garage Beatles, Psychedelic Dance Rock. Let us know how you'd describe it
Darby Picnic
Darby Picnic
Darby Picnic grew out of a series of recordings done for Lee's solo album. Jerry Wainhouse was around during the sessions, acting as sort of an editor/advisor. Troy Moss was invited to add guitars to a couple of songs and little by little, the idea of turning it into a band emerged.

Rehearsals began in late August 2015. Unfortunately, both Jerry and Troy were unable to stay with us. Along comes old guitarist and band-mate Kent Beatty of Mannix, and Mark Thomas took over the drum spot.

The first show was at The Stonegate in Tacoma in January 2016.
Venue Information:
Jazzbones
2803 6th Avenue
Tacoma, WA, 98406
http://www.jazzbones.com/