The 20th Annual Fall Folk Festival! Spokane – We play on Sunday, November 15th, 1:00 pm on the Sasquatch stage. Plus we’ll have a photography booth. Come on out to this great festival of music, art and culture! http://www.spokanefolkfestival.org/
Saturday, May 3rd, 7 to 9 pm – Grande Ronde Cellars (906 W. 2nd Ave. Spokane) The Bill & Mike Blues Reunion! It has been nearly 10 years since Bill and Mike Janes recorded 3 cds together and performed to a packed crowd at The Shop. Mike – family man, avalanche expert, potter, and blues harmonica player from Juneau – will be in town to participate in the “Legacy of Kiln: Terry Gieber Tribute” ceramic exhibit, and we’re delighted that he will also be joining us for a night of music! Come on out and hear the magical blues of Bill & Mike… no cover. http://theblueribbonteacompany.com/lyrics/going-nowhere/
Friday, May 30th, 2014, 6 to 9 pm – Grande Ronde Cellars (906 W. 2nd Ave. Spokane). We’ll be opening for Dan Maher! Come hear the awesome Dan and a few sneak preview songs from our next cd. $10 suggested donation.
Sunday, August 31st, 2014, 4 to 5 pm – 4th annual Spokane Songwriters stage at Spokane’s largest music/food festival – Pigout in the Park! Bill & Kathy will be perform a set of Kathy’s songs on the River Stage.
Tuesday, October 21st 3:30, Wednesday, October 22nd 10:30, 2:30, and 4:30 – Bill will sing songs of the Columbia for the 2014 Columbia Basin Conference. http://www.cbt.org/
Friday, November 7th, 5 to 8 pm – Kendall Yards welcome center corner of Summit Parkway and Cedar. It is located adjacent to the Nest Plaza. Double Threat 1st Friday Art Walk! Come hear our music and see our photography… and enjoy hot spiced wine tasting while you are there!
Fall Folk Festival weekend (2 shows) We will perform a Blue Ribbon Tea Company show, plus we will participate in a Pete Seeger tribute show along with Dan Maher and Carlos Alden. November 8th & 9th at Spokane Community College. Exact show times TBA.
Saturday, February 16th, 7 pm: we’ll be one of four acts at the The INBA Bluegrass Showcase. Trent Elementary School, 3303 N. Pines Rd., Spokane , WA 99206. Regular admission is $10 for non-members or $7 for INBA members.
Thursday, April 4th, 7 pm. The Spokane Songwriters Organization Brick & Mortar Show – Kathy will be one of 2 featured performers for the night. Not sure who the other featured songwriter is yet but will let you know when we find out. Hope you can join us!
Friday, April 5th, 6 to 8 pm – 1st Friday Art Walk Night at the Brick Wall Gallery 503 W. Main, skywalk level, Spokane. Come listen.. and look! see photography by lots of local artists including some of our prints.
Friday, April 19th, 7 pm to 9 pm – Grande Ronde Cellars 906 W. 2nd, Spokane. This is an all round great place… a wine bar with a listening room, plus regular art displays. Come back in June to see some of our photography on dispaly.
Friday, May 3rd, 6 to 8 pm – 1st Friday Art Walk Night at the Brick Wall Gallery 503 W. Main, skywalk level. Come listen.. and look! see photography by lots of local artists including some of our prints.
Friday, May 17th, 7 pm – Unitarian Universalist Church : We will be joining Northwest Public Radio’s Inland Folk Host Dan Maher for a fundraiding concert for Spokane’s Peace and Justice Action League. ticket price TBA. 4340 W Fort George Wright Dr Spokane, WA
Saturday, July 6th, 8 to 10 pm: Symes Hot Springs, Montana… Join us and the good folks at Symes – one of our favorite out-of-the-way get-a-ways… http://www.symeshotsprings.com/
November 9th 2:30pm Sasquatch Stage at the Fall Folk Festival, Spokane Community College http://www.spokanefolklore.org/FolkFestival.html
2012 Show Dates:
Thursday, February 2nd – 7 to 9 pm the Brick & Mortar show sponsored by the Spokane Songwriters Organization. The show will include a 40 minute set of songs by Bill. Kevin Brown will also be performing a featured set at the show which starts with a half-hour open mic. What a night! http://spokanesongwriters.org/
Friday, February 3rd – 6 to 8 pm the February Visual Arts Tour, The Brick Wall Photographic Gallery 530 W. Main, Skywalk level, Spokane, WA . Come hear us play and see some of our new prints….along with work by lots of other talented photographers! http://thebrickwallgallery.com/
Thursday, March 8th – This event will include the debut of Kathy’s “Sing While You Can” and one of her prints will be included in the auction. Notable Healing presents an International Women’s Day Cabaret and an Art Show/ Auction! Women Say OY!! Yiddish and Ladino (Judeo Spanish music) entertainer Sheila Fox is joined by Klezmer clarinetist Liz Dreisbach,violinist Caredwen Spatz and accordionistEileen Webber. Baharat Bellydance Troupe performs a Palestinian Dabke and a dance from the Arab Gulf. Singer/ songwriter Kathy Kostelec from Blue Ribbon Tea Company, Scarey Feminist poetess Molly Fitzpatrick, Raging Grannies! Visual artist Ildiko Kalapacs and Graphic artist Katie Irvin AND A GROWING LIST OF WOMEN PERFORMERS AND ARTISTS! This is a benefit for ongoing PTSD healing in Israel and Palestine. Slides and info from Sheila’s last trip there. Thursday, March 8th, 6-8pm at NYNE Bar and Bistro, 232 W. Sprague, Spokane $7.00 suggested donation, more if you can, less if you cannot 206-898-5090, email@example.com
Sunday, April 8th 2:00 pm PST – Radio interview – KPBX Spokane Public Radio, Nacho Celtic Hour with Carlos Alden 91.1 fm or http://www.kpbx.org/ In the words of Carlos “Songs about hunger, loneliness, rockin’ chairs, and mucho discussion about the meaning of life and songwriting.” Thanks for having us Carlos!
Wednesday, April 11th – 8 to 10 pm at Brews on Washington, 7 South Washington, Downtown Spokane. Good brews, good music, see you there! http://brewsonwashington.com/
Saturday, May 26th – Poet Scott Poole book/cd release The Sliding Glass Door. We’ll be performing at the event held in Spokane and hosted by Colonus Publishing. Also reading at the event will be authors Jessy Randall from Colorado, and Rob Carney from Utah. Lincoln Center – Spokane https://www.colonuspublishing.com/the-sliding-glass-door-promotion-page/
Sunday, June 3rd 11 am PST – Radio interview KYRS Thin Air Community Radio, Spokane Open Poetry with Stephen Pitters. 92.3 fm or http://kyrs.org/ . It’s great to be back on Stephen’s show! Hear “Spokane Blues”, “The Coffee Grinder” and “If I Should Find you Sleeping” 1st time on air.
Sunday, June 3rd 7 to 9 pm – Jones Radiator 120 E. Sprague, Spokane http://www.facebook.com/JonesRadiator come on out and enjoy some great beers on tap and hear lots of Tea Co. favorites!
Sunday, September 2nd 3:00 – Kathy will perform a set at the invitational open mic hour at Pigout in the Park’s Spokane Songwriter’s Stage. For the featured line-up at the all day SSO stage check out http://spokanesongwriters.org/news/sso-stagepigout-in-the-park-2012 and join us at the Runner Stage! http://spokanepigout.com/
Friday, October 5th – 6:00 to 8:00 pm: During the October Visual Arts Tour! The Brick Wall Photographic Gallery, 530 W. Main, Skywalk level, Spokane, WA . Come hear us play and see some of our prints….along with lots of other talented photographers! http://thebrickwallgallery.com/
Saturday, November 10th: The Spokane Folklore Society’s Fall Folk Festival. Join us as we kick of the festival weekend! – Spokane Community College Sasquatch stage 11:00 am.
Sunday, November 11th (afternoon – exact time TBA) Woody Guthrie Tribute show at the Fall Folk Festival at Spokane Community College. We will be participating in the event along with the Spokane Community Choir, Dan Maher, Carlos Alden, Carl Allen, Nancy Roth and Norvel Trosst. Bill is hard at work writing the script which will include lots of Woody songs, words, stories, and sing-alongs. This is an awesome festival weekend put on by the Spokane Folklore Society and it’s all free!
2011 Show Dates:
Sunday, May 1st – 1 to 3 pm, KYRS Live – Crossroads with Bob Rice. Tune in at 92.3 fm or kyrs.org. http://www.kyrs.org/
Sunday, May 29th – 11:40 am to 12:10 pm, Folklife Cafe stage, Northwest Folklife Festival, Seattle, WA http://nwfolklife.org/
Monday, May 30th – 1 to 4 pm Woody Guthrie Tribute concert at the Northwest Folklife Festival, Seattle, WA. http://nwfolklife.org/ We will perform a song at 3:10 as part of the multi-act show celebrating the 70th anniversary of Woody’s Columbia River collection. How fun to be invited! We love Woody songs and we were engaged on a hillside overlooking the Columbia River near the Grand Coulee Dam – one of our favorite areas photogaph.
Thursday, June 2nd – 7 to 9 pm, the Brick & Mortar Show sponsored by the Spokane Songwriters Organization http://spokanesongwriters.org/ . The show will include a 40 minute set of songs by Kathy. Chairs Coffee 113 W. Indiana Spokane, WA http://www.chairscoffee.com/Chairs_Coffee/Home.html
Saturday, June 4th – 8 to 11 pm, Far West Billiards 1001 W. 1st, Spokane, WA http://www.farwestbilliards.com/far/index.php BRTC and Friends! We will be joined by awesome musicians Leo Potts on sax, Jim Pittman on bass, Brad Keeler on multiple insturments, and Jerry Cartwright on blues harp. Elk Fest vs. Far West…. or Elk Fest and Far West… come on down for a fun night of folk, blues, and jazz!
Tuesday, June 21st – 6:30 to 9:00 pm, JP’s Bar and Grill, 119 Market House Square, Paducah, KY http://www.facebook.com/jpsgrill?v=wall#!/jpsgrill?sk=info
Chicago, IL www.uncommonground.com $5 suggested donation. Space is limited – “DINNER RESERVATIONS IN THE MUSIC ROOM GUARANTEE SEATING” call (773-929-3680).
Friday, July 22nd – 8 pm, the Spar Café 114 4th Ave. E, Olympia, WA http://www.mcmenamins.com/633-mcmenamins-spar-cafe-home
Saturday, August 6th – 7:30 -9:30 pm: The Rocket Market, 726 E. 43rd Ave, Spokane, WA http://www.rocketmarket.com
Friday, August 26th – 8-10 pm, Symes Hot Springs Resort, Hot Springs, MT http://www.symeshotsprings.com/
Saturday, August 27th – 7 pm ($10 suggested donation) The Boiler Room, 525 8th St., Kalispell, MT http://www.boilerroombrew.com/
Wednesday, August 31st – 4:15 – 5:45 pm. Pigout in the Park (new stage near City Hall and the runners) Spokane, WA http://www.spokanepigout.com/
Saturday, September 3rd – 11:00 am. West Stage. Tumbleweed Music Festival, Richland, WA http://www.3rfs.org/tmf.htm
Sunday, September 4th – 6 pm. Pigout in the Park, Runners stage near city hall – The Spokane Songwriters Organization is sponosring a stage which will feature a variety of SSO members throughout the day. http://www.spokanepigout.com/ http://spokanesongwriters.org/
Saturday, October 1st – 8 to 10 pm: The Blue Ribbon Tea Company and Sig Paulson at Artichoke Music Saturday Night Concert (Backgate stage) 3130 SE Hawthorne Blvd , Portland, OR http://www.sigpaulson.com/ http://www.artichokemusic.org/
Friday, October 7th – 5:30 to 8:30 pm: 1st Friday Art Walk Night, The Brick Wall Photographic Gallery, 530 W. Main, Skywalk level, Spokane, WA . Come hear us play and see some of our prints….along with lots of other talented photographers! http://thebrickwallgallery.com/
Friday, October 14th – 7:30 pm: The Hot Club Troy, MT http://hotclub.homestead.com/
Friday, November 4th – 5:30 to 8:30 pm: 1st Friday Art Walk Night, The Brick Wall Photographic Gallery, 530 W. Main, Skywalk level, Spokane, WA . Come hear us play and see some of our prints….along with lots of other talented photographers! http://thebrickwallgallery.com/
Tuesday, November 8th 7:00 pm – House concert at our place with The Wanderers! http://www.thewanderersfolk.com/ We’re excited to open the night for The Wanderers – Bill Murlin and Carl Allen. Not only have they have been performing together for over 50 years with beautifully blended harmonies, guitar and banjo, but they are well respected Woody Guthrie historians and recovered and published Woody’s Columbia River Collection. $10 suggested donation, and refreshments provided. Call 509-363-0144 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to reserve a space and get directions.
Saturday, November 12th 3:15 – Fall Folk Festival weekend http://spokanefolkfestival.org/. Spokane Community College. Sasquatch Room
Tuesday, November 15th 7 pm – Occupy Spokane benefit show with John Blakesley and Citizen Arms. Donations accepted at the door. The Hop! 706 N. Monroe, Spokane