About this Event
HANNAH RAMONE: www.hannahramonemusic.com
"Seattle-based non-binary singer/ songwriter/ keyboardist/ guitarist hannah ramone has been writing moody, inquisitive, dark-melodic pop songs and performing on stages since they were 5-years old. A long-time resident of the Seattle music scene, hannah played in Friday Mile (2005-2010) and formed the band Youth Rescue Mission in 2010 with their siblings, playing and touring locally and regionally and making records. In 2019, after spending time focusing on their education career, they had a decade full of solo material and were eager to make a record. They called in long-time friend and fellow Seattle musician/drummer Matt Badger (Ravenna Woods) to help them record and their debut record Some Kind of Humanness, released in 2020. During the pandemic, the band expanded as did the songs, using more electronic elements and vocal looping captured on their latest record For All We Know, released earlier this year. The record - and the live show - is an experience that promotes and encourages self-healing and mind-expansion and has been described as a ‘spiritual experience’ - a responsibility and space they hold with reverence. They are currently continuing their artist transformation/expansion as they begin work on recording their next record, sharing new songs and collaborations in various forms and bringing audiences into the creative process along the way." -Artist Bio
ERISY WATT: www.erisywatt.com
"Hailed by No Depression as “an exercise in what contemporary folk today sounds like at its peak”, Erisy Watt’s music reliably alludes to the sounds of the 60s and 70s but also finds a home in the vintage-tinged indie ether of her more contemporary counterparts. Erisy grew up in Nashville, but it wasn’t until she left for college in California that she started writing songs. Both of these formative settings are present in her creative instinct—Nashville’s knack for a timeless melody and California’s bewildering vastness and dusty free spirit—but upon these sonic bones lives a body of global adventure. Erisy is an environmental professional with a deep fondness for nature and has spent time working in eclectic locales like Nepal, Thailand, and Indonesia, most often in a more rugged and remote setting. She approaches the music profession with a similar sense of purity; she once toured Europe on foot, guitar on her back. Erisy was based in Portland for over five years and recently moved to Los Angeles. She's currently working on her third studio album with producer Luke Temple." -Artist Bio
"Westmoreland is the writing project of Zach Alva, guitarist for the Seattle based band, St. Yuma and bassist for Dining Dead. The name Westmoreland is a nod to the city of Dallas, TX and neighborhood of Oak Cliff, where he resided for 6 years. The songs are simple and folky, while carrying some heavier writing themes of grief and loss. His debut album entitled "Latino Ballroom" was released February 2023" -Bio by Tractor Tavern modified for this event posting
@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center7p doors, 8p show
All ages, some seating available, bar w/IDABBEY ARTS EVENT INFO:
- Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level.
- For most events we have a mix of padded chairs and standing room.
- Seating is not guaranteed or reserved unless noted.
- To respect the performing artists and your fellow attendees, please refrain from talking during the performances
- Please limit photos during the show so as to not distract other attendees from the experience.
- Phone video may be permitted for some shows, from the standing area only please.
- No professional cameras or cameras with shutters allowed in the venue
- We are an all ages venue. Kids 10 & under are free at Abbey Arts concerts & arts events unless noted.
- Equity & Inclusion - Entering the venue indicates agreement to adhere to the Abbey Respect Policy. www.fremontabbey.org/respect
- Service animals as defined by the ADA are allowed. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
ABBEY ARTS, SEATTLE | NONPROFIT 501C3, NON-RELIGIOUS, EST. 2005
Presenting welcoming music, arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.
- Rental info & more: fremontabbey.org/rent
- Concert & events calendar: fremontabbey.org/calendar
- Volunteer opportunities are available for most shows (include free entry) www.fremontabbey.org/volunteer
- Arts Connect provides free tickets for nonprofit workers, low income families, and veterans. fremontabbey.org/artsconnect
Home Venue: Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103 / 206-414-8325 Ballard Homestead: 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle | + South Park Hall, Woodlawn Hall (Greenlake), UHeights Auditorium (UDistrict), St Mark's Cathedral (Capitol Hill), & more
Note: All ticket sales are final unless noted. Lineup and performers are subject to change, no refunds for change of support acts.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, United States
USD 5.00 to USD 400.00