On Feb 1, Seattle’s Funhouse hosted a night of ska this time with New York’s the Toasters headlining.
Aside from bass player Tim, and of course front man Bucket, the members of the Toasters change with every tour. This doesn’t discount the level of musicianship in every member every show. This time the horn . . . → Read More: The Funhouse Hosts A Lively Night of Ska Featuring The Toasters, by Holly Homan
My wild New Years weekend began Friday night New Year’s Eve Eve at Barboza Lounge where three Seattle ska bands were playing. Headlining was a band I saw for the first time called Gully.
Fronted by vocalist Josh who had thick dark curls cascading past his shoulders that kept falling in . . . → Read More: How I Spent My New Year’s Weekend Part I: New Years Eve Eve Begins With a Night of Ska Featuring Gully, by Holly Homan
It Gets Worse
Friday night April 22 I headed to Seattle’s Highline Bar for the first night of the 2016 Seattle Ska Fest. I’d been looking forward to this show for a long time that even the head cold I’d come down with earlier that day wouldn’t keep me away. Due to having to . . . → Read More: Night One of How I Spent My Ska Fest Weekend, by Holly Homan