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There's always something going on at the Rockfish Grill and Anacortes Brewery. Check out our calendar for upcoming special events. Visit the Rockfish Grill for live entertainment including the best in jazz, blues and beyond.

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Friday, June 2, 2017
Friday, June 2, 2017

OLD TOWN TONIC

The Anacortes, WA based band, Old Town Tonic, knows how to play music relevant for all members in the audience. The variety of songs is all inclusive: top 40, classic rock, country, and a handful of originals. Customized renditions of old favorites allows audiences to hear familiar songs in fresh ways. The band perfects playlists to keep all audience members engaged and in the moment. It's a style that reflects the diverse backgrounds of the Old Town Tonic band members.

Friday, June 9, 2017
Friday, June 9, 2017

JESSE TAYLOR

Jesse Taylor is a true American original. An authentic rodeo cowboy, Jesse’s passion for singing and songwriting has taken him to dive bars and honky-tonks throughout much of the West.

His poetic lyrics and haunting melodies capture the flavor of rodeo life with a soulful authenticity. His songs speak powerfully of the American West, of its timeless values and virtues. And they do so in ways that remind us all of the ups and downs in our own lives.

Jesse was born and raised in Arlington WA. With his Mom named after a Johnny Cash song and his Dad a team roper and songwriter, Jesse grew up with rodeo -- and music -- in his blood. He began roping at age 3, was given his first guitar at age 4 and rode his first bull at 14. He began writing songs at 16 and two years later went on the road in his pick-up truck with his dog, Sandy.

Jesse spent the past 2 years working on the Hawaiian island of Lana’i. During the day, he led trail rides for resort guests and tended the horses. At night, he’d entertain guests with his singing at The Four Seasons Lodge at Ko’ele. He counts Chris LeDoux, George Strait, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra and Jimi Hendrix among his music influences.

Jesse recently recorded his first studio album, Out Here In The Country, at Blackbird Studio in Nashville. Through hard work and lean living, Jesse Taylor is living his dream.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Friday, June 16, 2017

NICK VIGARINO (SOLO)

“Many a bluesman paid backbreaking dues chopping cotton in the flat Delta fields of Mississippi and Arkansas. There was no cotton crop to tend to in the grimy rust belt town of Youngstown, Ohio in the 1960’s, but there was grinding, dirty work for some, as human grist in the mills of U.S. and Republic Steels. It was this dismal blue-collar legacy that Nick Vigarino was born to.

Vigarino had his way out of this existence before he even knew it. Nick fell into possession of a battered guitar, feebly equipped with one string. As fate would have it, he learned to play the guitar in the exact same way as a hundred seminal blues musicians had two generations before him, on a homemade one-string diddley bo. With a poet’s fierce commitment to birthing his own music, he continued to play on ever-improving instruments the angry and mournful melodies in his head, carrying his music into the bars and roadhouses of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Impressed with the Northwest’s clean air and unspoiled mountain vistas, Nick drifted to Seattle, where he quickly won respect for his refreshingly original songs. Encouraged by the interest in his cutting-edge approach to the blues, he formed Meantown Blues. Now, thankfully, there is an audience for Nick’s clearheaded music as he finds himself rushing back and forth across the Northwest and beyond, serving up solo and ensemble music on the stages of bar rooms, concert halls, festivals, and regional television.” - Ray Varner - (Blues Historian, Ethno-musicologist, critic, and writer for Living Blues Magazine, Jefferson - Sweden, and Caledonia).

Vigarino has released three recordings of original material, several collaborations, has performed in 11 countries on 7 different European tours, and has garnered numerous music awards.
Friday, June 23, 2017
Friday, June 23, 2017

3-ISH

Anacortes original artists Three-ish started by playing with friends at a local open mic. Sometimes there's three, sometimes there's only two and often instruments are rotated. With the "ish" there's always room to grow. Bailey the awesome Aussie loves to howl along during practice sessions. Music includes originals and covers, which are conceptualized into their own style. Three-ish incorporates guitars, 3 part vocal harmonies, violin, and rhythm into their folk-indie sound that they’ve shared across Skagit County.
Friday, June 30, 2017
Friday, June 30, 2017

PAUL GREEN and MARK RILEY

Relocating to Seattle in 1991, Paul Green won the Washington Blues Society award for the “Best Blues Harmonica” in 1992 shortly after moving here from Chicago. Since then he has won that award multiple times and the Blues Society eventually named the annual “Best Blues Harmonica” award after him. He has also won the award for “Best Vocalist” twice. In 2008 he was voted into the Washington Blues Society Hall Of Fame.

Paul will be performing with Mark Riley, one of the very finest guitar players in the Seattle area. Mark has won numerous music industry awards for his amazing playing and song writing. He also is a master craftsman at building his own line of boutique custom guitars. Show starts at 8PM.
320 Commercial Ave. | Anacortes, Washington
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