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Friday Lineup

10 am
Madrona Middle School Orchestra

Dedicated 4th to 8th grade students perform ensemble favorites. Directed by Victoria Nelson.

11 am
Madrona Middle School Jazz Band

Upbeat cool jazz is performed by 4th-8th grade musicians. Directed by Matt Edwards.

12:30 pm
Jessica Lynne

This Nashville recording artist is a sensational and rising country star, and one of London Tone Music’s most successful artists.

2 pm
Ranger and the Re-Arrangers

This lively Seattle Gypsy Jazz Band evokes the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their version of Gypsy Jazz.

3:30 pm
Nick Drummond

Seattle Weekly says, “An absolute stellar combination of upbeat alternative-folk that’s mesmerizing and radiates talent.”

5 pm
Commander Mojo and the Horns of Discontent

Enjoy this entertaining group perform danceable rock and rhythm & blues from the 60’s and 70’s.

6:30 pm
Stacy Jones Band

Back by popular demand, the Festival is pleased to present this dynamic award-winning blues band. Among their many other recognitions, SJB is winner of the 2015 IMEA award for Best Blues Song, “Can’t Do Nothin’ Right.”

Meet Friday’s Bands

Jessica Lynne

Ranger and the Re-Arrangers

Nick Drummond

Commander Mojo and the Horns of Discontent

Stacy Jones Band

Saturday Lineup

11 am
Barclay Shelton Dance Centre

Presenting “Dance Theatrics,” a high-energy performance showcasing jazz, ballet, tap, modern, and hip hop.

12:30 pm
The Phoenix Theatre

This fun feast of entertainment will fill you with belly laughs as you contemplate neurotic love, satirical healthcare, and the perils of auto-correct. Directed by Eric Bischoff and performed by Edmonds’ own beloved Phoenix Theatre.

2 pm
Clave Gringa Cuban Jazz Band

Musical ideas that engage the mind and authentic upbeat Cuban rhythms that make audiences move.

3:30 pm
Skinny Blue

Skinny Blue is a blues-rock singer/songwriter with more than 300 performances under his belt. Skinny Blue updates old sounds into a vibe that’s both ancient and new.

5 pm
The Portage Bay Big Band

Seattle’s hardest working big band has been swinging for over 25 years and features hits of the 30’s and 40’s.

6:30 pm
Easy Company Band

An Edmonds tradition, you’ll enjoy singing along to old favorites and hearing original compositions. This long-established local band plays your favorite feel-good songs with positive lyrics and great grooves.

Meet Saturday’s Bands

The Phoenix Theatre

Clave Gringa Cuban Jazz Band

Skinny Blue

The Portage Bay Big Band

Easy Company Band

Sunday Lineup

10 am
Abby Gilbert

This internationally renowned classical guitarist has performed a wide variety of Spanish, Latin American, and European music in from small Seattle venues to the grand cathedrals of Spain.

11:30 am
Edmonds-Woodway High School Philharmonic

An Alumni Chamber Orchestra and Student Philharmonic Orchestra will perform classical and ”pops” selections for your delight. Directed by Karen Helseth.

1 pm
Meadowdale Middle School Jazz Band

For 20 years this Jazz Band has won praise from Edmonds audiences; these musicians get feet tapping with great jazz tunes. Directed by Bruce Laven.

2:30 pm
Edmonds Woodway High School Jazz 1

Presenting one of the top Jazz Bands in the nation, who were finalists in the “Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival” in New York City and Starbucks’ “Hot Java Cool Jazz” show in Seattle. Directed by Jake Bergevin.

4 pm
Kellee Bradley Band

The Festival welcomes back this award-winning singer-songwriter with the stylings of those like Sheryl Crow, Aretha, and Chrissy Hynde, but with a sound all her own.

Meet Sunday’s Bands

Edmonds-Woodway High School Philharmonic

Edmonds Woodway High School Jazz 1

Kellee Bradley Band