Music Lineup

2017 CRAB FESTIVAL MUSIC LINEUP

Our music stage in the Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent features fantastic FREE live music throughout the weekend – country, bluegrass, rock, jazz and folk – we have it all covered!

An exciting addition this year is the introduction of a second stage on the Port Angeles City Pier, right next to the outside food booths and Grab-A-Crab Derby.

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2017 Music Lineup – MAIN STAGE

Date/Time Band
   
Friday, October 6  
12:00n – 1:00p Bread & Gravy
1:15p – 2:15p Lisa Ramsauer & The Oly Rain Project
2:30p – 3:30p Twisted Roots
3:45p – 4:45p Bryson Foster Band
5:00p – 6:15p Hippy and The Squids
6:30p – 7:45p Black Door Alley
8:00p – 10:00p Joy in Mudville
   
Saturday, October 7  
11:00a – 12:00n Wendy Bradbury Jazz Quintet
12:15p – 1:30p Neil Young the Tribute
1:45p – 3:00p Buck Ellard Band
3:15p – 4:30p The Crocs
4:45p- 6:00p Hot Damn!
6:15p – 7:45p Tanga
8:00p – 10:00p Fat Chance
   
Sunday, October 8  
11:00a – 12:00n Black Rock
12:15p – 1:15p U253
1:30p – 2:30p Locos Only
2:45p – 3:45p Black Diamond Junction
4:00p – 5:00p Caribe Steel Band

 

2017 Music Lineup –  SMALL STAGE (on the pier)

Date/Time Performer / Band
Friday, October 6  
12:00n – 1:00p Jim Lind
1:15p – 2:15p Hippy & The Squids
2:30p – 3:30p Bread & Gravy
3:45p – 5:00p Lisa Ramsauer & the Oly Rain Project
   
Saturday, October 7  
11:00a – 12:00n The Secords
12:15p – 1:15p Jim Lind
1:30p – 2:30p Wendy Bradbury Jazz Quintet
2:45p – 3:45p Uncle Doug
4:00p – 5:30p Buck Ellard
   
Sunday, October 8  
11:00a – 12:00n The Secords
12:15p – 1:15p Bread & Gravy
1:30p – 2:45p Jim Lind
3:00p – 4:00p Kevin Magner

 

2017 Music Lineup – Gateway Pavilion

Sunday, October 8
9:00am – 10:30am 

Crab Revival, directed by Michael Rivers and featuring the Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers (a non-denominational musical service).

 

 

BAND BIOS

2017 BANDS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

Black Diamond Junction – You’ll hear a little of everything, but mostly those classic songs from the 1960s-1980s like Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Brothers, and Linda Ronstadt.

Black Door Alley – A fusion of accomplished musicians creating an eclectic rock sound that makes you wanna dance and move your body!

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Black Rock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bread & Gravy – Playing a variety of styles, including Americana, bluegrass, blues, soul, R&B, originals, contemporaries, spoken word, gospel,…and one disco song.

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Bryson Foster Band
– A soul/blues type band, with groovy hip-hop backbeats, soulful tenor vocals, and lead Chicago-style blues guitar. Bryson’s most ​​recent album, “Balancing,” is a tribute to coming of age out of a disconnected story, finding your tribe, and making peace with your ethnicity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buck Ellard Band – A mix of traditional country with a bit of a modern flair, classic rock, blues and originals.

Buck Ellard

 

Caribe Steel Band – Blending lively instrumental arrangements featuring Caribbean Steel Pans and crowd-pleasing vocal songs, Caribe Steel Band will warm your soul and lift your spirits with the sounds of the Caribbean: reggae, calypso, soca, samba and even your favorite pop tunes – with an island twist! 

The Fat Chance Band – Playing a wide variety of rock & roll covers and originals.

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Hippy and The Squids
– An acoustic-rock band from Kitsap County, Washington. The band consists of Chris Switzer on guitar and vocals, Kevin Fraser on bass guitar, and Branden Heinemann on Cajon/percussion. The band has been performing in the greater Puget Sound area since 2011. 

 

 

 

 

 

Hot Damn!
A scalable band which can be a quiet soft jazz trio or a high energy nine piece retro-rock horn band playing hits from the ’60s through today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Lind

Joy in Mudville – Combining influences from old-time bluegrass, folk, rock, country, blues & funk.  Whether an original tune, a driving barn-burner, some roots-rock or one of many Grateful Dead covers, their music is super-high-energy with tight harmonies, clever arrangements, and compelling grooves.
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Kevin Magner

Lisa Ramsauer & The Oly Rain Project

Locos Only – Out of the prairie dust of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley rides Locos Only, a four piece band traversing the musical landscape with a powerful, compelling, and memorable mix of eclectic rhythm and blues, and soulful, earthy rock; what they call “roots in the blender.”

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Neil Young the Tribute

Tanga – Bringing a potent blend of jazz, rock, blues, funk, and Latin music to the North Olympic Peninsula for a long time. The core of the band has been rehearsing their music together for the last fifteen years, so expect powerful and sophisticated musical mastery. 

The Crocs – A five-piece group from Port Angeles, Washington performing originals and bluegrass covers along with some rock, some funk, some reggae, and blues; all in their own inimitable style – but in case you’re thinking they’re a simple cover band, they tend to do some drastic re-arranging of the songs they cover! PERFORMANCE SPONSORED BY OLYMPIC MAILING SERVICES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Secords

Twisted Roots – Sharing their love of acoustic music that is “Boomer-friendly with a twist.” Folk, bluegrass, Western Swing, Hawaiian and blues get a twisted update with finger-style guitar, dobro, banjo, lap steel, ukulele, percussion and bass.

U253 – The Pacific Northwest’s premier U2 tribute band.

Uncle Doug

Wendy Bradbury Jazz Quintet – With a natural ear for harmony, Wendy Bradbury has gravitated to all sorts of music, dabbling in musical theater, classical, barbershop and finally finding a sweet spot in jazz and blues. Whether sultry ballads or lively up tunes, she incorporates her own style in every song.