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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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Monday, July 3, 2017
Monday, July 3, 2017

DINNER AND A MOVIE EVERY MONDAY


Join us for Dinner and a Movie! Every Monday night, stop by the Rockfish Grill, order any food item and get a ticket to the Anacortes Cinema located right across the street for only 7 bucks! Movie tickets are good for any day of the week.
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Wednesday, July 5, 2017

TIME3JAZZ

Time 3 Jazz features Andy Carr on piano, Tim Eslick on bass and Todd Anderson on drums. They are joined every month by special guest players. Show starts at 6PM
Friday, July 7, 2017
Friday, July 7, 2017

EUGENIE JONES with TIME3JAZZ

Eugenie Jones is described as a performer that makes audiences feel jazz. Vocally described as possessing, “A voice that covers words like pieces of silk covering precious stones,” Jones is an emotive, engaging song stylist that entertains, dazzles and decisively wins over audiences. (Charles Mudede)

Reminiscent in style and sophistication of iconic vocalists of the past, Jones sings and scats her way vivaciously through mainstream jazz, but also draws listeners inside contemporary storylines, sharing original tunes that have earned her recognition as a cleverly gifted lyricist.

Born and raised in West Virginia to parents who loved gospel, jazz and soul, with older siblings who were into the Motown sound, and having a mother who sang lead in the church choir, exposed Jones to a variety of musical foundations before making her professional debut as a singer/songwriter in Seattle, WA.

With an MBA and a career in marketing, however, it wasn’t until she lost her mother to cancer that she
felt drawn into the world of music. “I can only describe my beginnings in jazz as a time of missing my mom,
missing hearing her voice singing around the house and wondering within myself if I could do that – if I
could sing and carry on that part of her?” With her original “A Good Day” downloaded on All About Jazz
more than 9,000 times, critics and fans have answered Jones query with a resounding, YES!

As a national recording artist, Jones has self-produced two primarily original vocal jazz projects earning
her ranking on Jazz Week Review Top-50 , #1 spots on CMJ charts, favorable reviews from Down Beat,
Jazziz, All About Jazz, and numerous other industry mediums.

“In that overcrowded arena known as “female jazz singers”, Seattle-based Eugenie Jones manages to
stand apart from the crowd. Ms. Jones has filled both of her outstanding albums with her own engaging
compositions. This fact alone differentiates her as she is one of the very few African-American women
singer-songwriters in jazz today. And finally, the lady can sing as well as she can write. She is an intelligent,
thoughtful composer in the tradition of Abbey Lincoln and Nina Simone. Fans of true jazz singing, it’s
time for you to sit up and take notice.” (C. Davenport/Curt’s Jazz).
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

KIDS EAT FREE EVERY TUESDAY


Don't feel like cooking? Bring the family to the Rockfish Grill on Tuesday where kids twelve and under eat free all day (One child entree complimentary with each adult entree purchased).
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Wednesday, July 12, 2017

STILLY RIVER BAND


Performing together for decades, the Stilly River Band delivers an exciting range of music, from bluegrass to progressive folk, Latin, Irish, rock and rhythm 'n blues. Their bluegrass arrangement of Sam & Dave's soul classic, Hold On, I'm Comin' will put a smile on your face for the rest of the day.

Known by some as “the bad boys of bluegrass”, the Stillys play and eclectic mix of music from traditional bluegrass to other less conventional styles played in a bluegrass format that the band labels “rude grass.”

The band features John Amber-Oliver on lead vocals and guitar, Jonathon Schneider on tenor harmonies and banjo, Stuart Torgeson on dobro and accordion, John Daugherty on vocals and stand up bass, Steve Stolpe on vocals and mandolin and Mike Schway on fiddle.


The Stilly River Band delivers accomplished musicianship, excellent vocal harmony and an always entertaining and unpredictable show. Looking for a cross between Earl Scruggs and the Tempations? These are your guys!

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Thursday, July 13, 2017

TRISH HATLEY


Vocalist Trish Hatley is one of the most beloved and enduring figures on the Northwest music scene.

Known for her easy sense of swing, beautiful tone and innate sensitivity to the music, she effectively balances technical mastery with genuine accessibility, making her extremely popular among jazz fans everywhere she performs.

Hatley is also one of the hardest working musicians around. She performs and records with her own band, the Trish Hatley Quintet, as well as the vocal jazz trio Trish, Hans & Phil. She has appeared in several Pops concerts with the Everett Symphony and has also been a frequent guest vocalist with Jim Kerl’s Swing Session Big Band.

Trish has recorded five CD’s to date and has also produced four shows: “A Fifth of Jazz,” “Women in Song”, “Isn’t It Romantic” and “The Great American Songbook.” Her latest CDs, “I Remember” was released in January 2010, and released in March 2010, “Sing, Ask and It Is Given,” a collection of affirmations set to original jazz melodies that she composed.

Trish performs regularly at festivals, nightspots and concerts throughout the Northwest. Showtime for Trish's Rockfish performance is 6PM.

"When I think of Trish, the first word that comes to mind is dazzling. Her ability to captivate the audience while inspiring the musicians has made Trish one of our most requested soloists."
—Dr. Paul Cobb, Conductor, Everett Symphony

"This slim brunette does it all with a style and energy suffused with a self effacing wit and possesses a soulful soprano voice!"
—Nancy Wollbeck, Anacortes American
Friday, July 14, 2017
Friday, July 14, 2017

ANACORTES MUSIC PROJECT PRESENTS

The Anacortes Music Project Presents

Pearl Tottenham
Lizzie Weber
The Enthusiasts

Pearl Tottenham’s voice is one we’ve been following for a few years now. Some classic teen themes of heartache, but how she frames the subject is where her style shines. Sort of our own Joni Mitchell you could say. Tottenham’s soul singing shines on her new album of originals - Weather Patterns. As she plays electric guitar, Pearl is generally backed by her Dad, Brian Tottenham (Enduro) on bass, and some times Braydn Kruger(Lonely Forest) as in the “Weather Patterns” recordings.

Originally from Saint Louis, MO, Lizzie Weber says of her heritage - “growing up in St. Louis allowed me to develop strong values and a strong sense of self, a kind of self-awareness that sort of catapulted me into writing very personal and emotionally charged music.” Lizzie performed at last year’s Shipwreck Friendship Trail in the shade of Causland Park deciduous trees. She’s quietly working on her sophomoric record after releasing the single called “Love Again” produced by Grammy-award winner Sheldon Gomberg in LA.

The Enthusiasts cartwheeled into town with their families several years ago now from the land of oranges and brought with them a sort of sunshine. When they start playing they put their whole beings into it, when you hear them sing together - this sister and brother combo - always gets the blood pumping. Sommer and Andrew, as well as of The Mosstones, volunteer with Anacortes Music Project.
Saturday, July 15, 2017
Saturday, July 15, 2017

ANACORTES MUSIC PROJECT PRESENTS

The Anacortes Music Project presents:
Well Water
Ever Ending Kicks
Sky All Around
Karl Blau

Look Well Water up on the internet and you don’t find a whole lot. You get the feeling it’s not Tyler Jones’s bag to put himself out there. But, when he and partner Katie Jennings sing through the almost gregorian mantras that are Well Water songs - the listener feels a soothing and a caring that feels rare and special.

Paul Adam Benson came to Anacortes getting up on 10 years ago to live at the Department of Safety. Even then (as Motorbikes) his style was typically minimalist. The boiling down continues and now as Ever Ending Kicks, Benson can be heard even putting the guitar down and counting the silence. Subtleties like the awkward comedy of in between moments. His beautiful elongated tones and voice, his quiet, samba-esque strumming. Paul’s lyrics march past and question our inner thoughts.

Celebrating the anniversary of their self-titled 2nd album Sky All Around are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Ben Boatright and Jeff Vogel along with guitarist Zack Wolcott and drummer Larry Rogers. Sky All Around is a band with dynamics, they have a big sound with harmonies crossing over into some bluegrass territories, thoughtful instrumental intros and generally incorporate orchestrations with their mandolin, guitar, bass and drums and 4 voices.

Karl Blau playing in Anacortes in some ways is just another day in Anacortes. He travels, too, currently in between European tours - his label is in London, England. Blau is harboring some new tunes with his newly found country/soul vocal expression but woven into his freaky, far-out rock and roll style. Anti-war songs, check. Pro-community songs, check. Love songs intact. Karl also volunteers for Anacortes Music Project.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Wednesday, July 19, 2017

WAYNE HAYTON

Wayne Hayton performs at 6PM. NW singer/songwriter Wayne Hayton has spent more than three decades entertaining audiences in intimate clubs across the US , Canada and Europe. Some of his influences are Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Cat Stevens, The Eagles, Dan Fogelberg, JD Souther, Van Morrison, Rodney Crowell and the Beatles. His solo show features a mix of familiar acoustic classics and his original material.
Friday, July 21, 2017
Friday, July 21, 2017

SEAN BENDICKSON

Sean grew up in Montana, singing songs with his brothers. Throughout school he was primarily a student of the drumset. Once moving to the Pacific Northwest, he rooted himself in the music scene with his adept drumming skills. While recording on dozens of records, touring with Glen Phillips (of Toad the Wet Sprocket) and fighting the bar crowds in Seattle, Tacoma and Anacortes, he fostered his skills as a guitarist and songwriter.

His original music and vocals first appeared on two albums on which he collaborated with his brothers: "Are We There Yet" (2000) and "Ordinary Day" (2002). But in 2004 he stepped out from under the wings of his older siblings and created a full-length album: "Paper Wings". The record is a collection of original, surprisingly mature acoustic rock tunes invoking images of love lost, road trips, spiritual seeking and coming of age.

Sean still freelances as a drummer, bass player and guitarist in an extensive list of groups and studios. He also leads music at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Everett. He is currently planning to finish his second album and to increasingly book dates in the greater Pacific Northwest.
Friday, July 28, 2017
Friday, July 28, 2017

JOE STANTON

Joe has performed in the U.S. National finger picking championships and was a finalist in the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk songwriting contest.

“With intricate fingerstyle guitar, earthy baritone and lyrics from life, Joe Stanton does what he loves – writing and performing acoustic music.”

Joe’s philosophy of “playing wherever they’ll listen” has taken him and his Martin D28, on a 30 year journey from his favorites haunts in his home on the Sunshine coast, to a concert in a hot air balloon over the Swiss Alps, to the Kerrville Folk festival in the hill country of Texas, to the world fingerpicking championships in Winfield Kansas.

Joe’s acoustic guitar style has been likened to his heroes, Leo Kottke, Chet Atkins, Bruce Cockburn, and his songwriting has resulted in 4 cd’s, styles ranging from Bluegrass, to contemporary folk, to alt country, all receiving radio airplay in Canada, the US , Europe and Australia, and 2 vinyl singles in the 1980’s earning 2 BCCMA award nominations .
Over the years Joe has performed all over Canada, The U.S. and Europe. Highlights include performing for the Olympic Torch Relay, A week long cross Canada trip on VIA Rail’s artist on Board program, The Kerrville Folk festival in Texas, the Island folk festival in Duncan, and He has been chosen for the Vancouver Province’s Playlist 3 times.

“Joe Stanton’s grass-roots music gently grabs you and takes you on a timeless journey of people and places. His lyrics are rich with imagery and emotion.
His voice resonates with an intimate style that warmly invites you into his reflective world. Combined with his remarkable songwriting ability, Joe Stanton is a formidable guitar player. From upbeat country rifts to dark sensuous chords, Joe’s guitar is captivating.
He plays the full spectrum of music: folk, traditional country, swing and blues”. Sunstream Magazine – Sunshine Coast
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