7p doors, 8p show, all ages, mostly seated.
Ike’s tour will feature new songs inspired by the American divide. The songs address intolerance , race, the absurdity and exclusion of religion, drinking , drugging and making it through the day. In addition to these new songs , Ike will lean heavily into his recent Born On Fire release. Born on Fire was featured in the 2016 documentary I Am Chris Farley.
FREE | 3rd Tuesdays | 7:30 signups, 8:00 start | All ages, PG13, mostly seated | All performance art forms welcome. Music, poetry, dance, more. Unplugged, no PA, upstairs in the Abbey Great Hall. Grand piano is available.
+ FREE Next Stage music/arts industry workshop downstairs at 6:00 – contact Matt for details – matt(at)fremontabbey.org
Original music & art only please, no covers unless in the public domain. See Facebook Group for info.
The Open Arts Mic is here to help develop an artful community and increase quality of performance here in Seattle. Please come expecting a supportive audience and a quiet respectful experience. No rock star attitudes please. If the list is full you’ll still get to enjoy some great art!
Hosted by Cooper Stoulil & friends.
Abbey Arts’ NEXT STAGE Presents:
An informative/interactive workshop + Q&A with attorney, Ashley Long covering legal issues working artists face in their pursuit of career and control of intellectual property.
WHEN: 11/15/16 – 6-8pm
WHERE: Fremont Abbey Arts Center (downstairs)
— FREE and Open to the PUBLIC —
Some topics covered will include:
“Ashley Long is an attorney in the startup group at Carney Badley Spellman in downtown Seattle. She assists emerging companies and individuals with their corporate and intellectual property legal needs. Ashley’s services include intellectual property portfolio development and maintenance, tech transactions, commercial contracts, entrepreneurial financing, and corporate governance.”
All ages, open seating, bar w/ ID in lobby (bar profits to charity – Greening the Abbey campaign sponsored by Church of the Apostles).
$14 student advance, $16 general advance, $20 door (all)
Quiet picnics welcome.
All ages, bar w/ ID.
SAT, 10/29, 5:00pm
Healing Blessing from the State Oracle of Tibet, the venerable Nechung Kuten: A Benefit for the Nechung Buddhist Center. $10+ suggested donation, all profits to go the charity. Produced by Amy Lindsay Richards
Tickets available at the door
“With his acoustic guitar and a batch of witty and insightful songs, Dan Bern is rapidly becoming the voice of a new generation of folk music.” – NPR “Dan Bern is a throwback, a singer-songwriter who marvels at life’s beauty, fragility, and complexity with a fresh, defiantly uncompromising style. In a perfect world, he’d be as beloved as Dylan or Lennon—he’s that good!” So wrote Stereophile magazine contributing editor David Sokol for that publication’s popular Records To Die For feature several years back.