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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 2, 2018
Monday, July 2, 2018

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 8 bucks! Movie tickets are good for any day of the week.
Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Wednesday, July 4, 2018

TIME3JAZZ

Bassist Tim Eslick is the longest tenured musician at the Rockfish Grill. His trio, TimE3Jazz, features Andy Carr on piano, Tim on bass and Todd Anderson on drums. They play great jazz standards and are frequently joined by special guest players. Show starts at 5PM
Friday, July 6, 2018
Friday, July 6, 2018

CASCADIA GROOVE

Cascadia Groove is an inspiring, upbeat Danceable Groove Jazz ensemble whose members are: Gary Tobin (Guitar); Paul Sherman (Bass); Alex Sheldon (Drums); Dave White (Keys); Jeff Goodman (Keys); Keith Stone (Sax)(not in picture). Get ready for energetic music throughout a tour of Blues, R&B, Jazz, World-beat, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian and more with performances that get you to Move To The Music!

Cascadia Groove sets feature 50%+ outstanding original material from Gary Tobin in the style of The Yellowjackets, Jeff Lorber, The Rippingtons, Joe Sample, George Benson, Norman Brown, along with Jazz/Afro-Cuban/Latin interpretations of Pop and R&B covers by Michael Jackson, Chaka Kahn, Toto, Earth Wind & Fire, and many more. Add it all together, Cascadia Groove produces a show for lovers of music that is fun, infectious and memorable.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Tuesday, July 10, 2018

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 11, 2018
Wednesday, July 11, 2018

THE GROOVETRAMPS

The Groovetramps are Melanie Owen & Joseph Barton. Joseph has played for numerous Denver bands such as The Clam Daddies, The Train Wreckers and Tempa & the Tamtrums. He recently came off the road touring for Grammy nominated Texas singer/songwriter Randy MacAllisater. Currently, in addition to The Groovetramps, he fronts The Joseph Barton Trio and plays bass and guitar with Armed & Dangerous Blues Review, Potcheen, The Thommy Knoxvilles, Gin Creek and other Seattle and Denver bands. Melanie, in addition to The Groovetramps, plays bass for Joseph Barton Trio and fronts Cedar Avenue Blues Band in Denver. She also guest fronts with The Thommy Knoxvilles in Denver and Armed & Dangerous Blues Review and Gin Creek in Seattle. The Groovetramps bring a fun, fresh take on old school blues, R&B, zydeco and americana and present smart, soulful originals. Their live show is fun, interactive, full of energy and humor.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Thursday, July 12, 2018

TRISH HATLEY

Trish is back! 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
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Wednesday, July 18, 2018

THE CRESTON LINE

This Alt Country / Americana band from San Luis Obispo, California is named after the desolate, rattlesnake-fested no man’s land between two tiny central california towns where they grew up. Formed by singer/songwriter Jon Bartel and pedal steel player Brenneth Stevens, the band released an EP, Great Depression, which they followed up with a full length album, Vagabonds in late 2017, both put out by independent label Twang N Bang Records. Songs from both releases garnered regular radio play and local accolades, including an award for “best country / americana song” for the track “No More Heroes” in the SLO New Times annual music awards.

On Vagabonds, the band displays what they call “Twang Pollution”- swampy percussion courtesy of Taylor Belmore and the sturdy, root-driven bass playing of Kirk MacLane undergird the sometimes hauntingly delicate, sometimes crescendoing guitar/pedal steel careenings of Adam Nash and Brenneth Stevens, who trade off leads that range from classic country to noisy, blues / jazz-influenced experimentation, often in the same song. Bartel glues it all together with an old acoustic guitar and lyrics that one reviewer calls “literate, melancholic, often narrative… Lucinda Williams-level lament.”

Much of the material on Vagabonds was extensively road and stage tested all over the West Coast in 2017, and the band is scheduled to tour California, Oregon and Washington in the summer of 2018. Tour dates, music streaming, press photos and social media links are available at the band’s website: www.thecrestonline.com
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Wednesday, July 25, 2018

JANETTE WEST GROUP

Seattle-based vocalist Janette West's multi-layered career spans four decades, and was nurtured in the fabric of Northwest music history. Her voice and style is a rich composite of dynamic jazz improvisation with the plush warmth of soulful R&B influences. JazzTimes magazine writes, “West is a first rate swinger, comparable in style and gusto to Ernestine Anderson, though the warmth of her ballads is more reminiscent of Natalie Cole.” The Examiner writes: “Janette West is a lovely and mercurial vocalist, a local favorite.”

When Janette sings, she shares a passion behind every note, every breath, and you get the feeling she has lived every lyric. She knows her way around the music and easily draws the audience into a robust ride. There is an obvious respect between her and the musicians with whom she generously shares the spotlight. Says Janette, “We have an amazing resource of world-class musicians in the Seattle area. I am in awe of the players I have been fortunate to work with and I feel privileged to play music with my husband as well.”

Marty TuttleJanette's husband/drummer Marty Tuttle, a veteran musician with a long history of credits, is the son of local treasure and icon trombonist Dave Tuttle. Growing up in a “jazz home,” Marty has lived music his entire life. Together, Janette and Marty formed their own groups. “Marty and I love playing music together. We know how lucky we are to share this dimension of life. We connect very well musically and this provides a solid core for the group.”

Their first CD, titled Snapshot and released on the Pony Boy Records label, features jazz standards with a Latin twist and is available on Amazon and iTunes. The cohesive duo of Eric Verlinde on piano and Chuck Kistler on bass thrill the listener while percussionist Ricardo Guity injects a rich Afro-Cuban flavor into the mix. The result earned them a choice write-up in Jazz Times magazine.
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