From Blues to Bluegrass to Indie Rock, Sirens music scene is vast as we strive to get new undiscovered groups as well as some of our favorites in on weekend nights.
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Big Al Brewing




Wild Rabbit



Cinco de Mayo



Highlife Band






Orchestre d'Incroyable


Miss Mamie

Rose's Pawn Shop



Nathaniel Talbot and
Anna Tivel

Leanne Wilkins

Pelican Brewery

The Blakes

Jack Rabbit Starts

Oly Mountain Boys




Ojos Feos



Sam Densmore







Prom Queen


Willow Grove


New Belgium Brewery



Scratchdog Stringband





Events at Sirens

It's Spring! and Sirens is still the place to be.
Check out our Drink Specials here.

Tuesdays - FIDDLER JAM SESSION in Siren's Pool Room, *players by invitation only, but feel free to sit back and listen to some amazing pickin! 7pm -No Cover!
Wednesdays - SIRENS OPEN MIC - experience local culture! Feel free to perform or enjoy! 9pm - No Cover!
Thursdays - KARAOKE - featuring Louis World! You know you want to 9pm -No Cover!
NO COVER DJ DANCE MUSIC EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY at MIDNIGHT!!! (Directly following Sirens always exciting LIVE music performances, don’t worry, we’re still doing live music!) Dance night away at Sirens every weekend!!!!





Click HERE to view the photos from our 20th Anniversary New Year’s Eve Photo Booth.



April 29th ~ Big Al Brewing

Fun evenings filled with good beer, good food, and good people. $36/person (tax included) includes meal, beer, souvenir glass, and a good time.

Click HERE for more information.

Call for reservations (360) 379-1100 - they fill up quickly.


Friday, May 1st ~ TBA

Saturday, May 2nd ~ Wild Rabbit
9pm $5

Though all four members of Wild Rabbit (formerly Br'er Rabbit) grew up running around wooded areas of the same small town in the farthest Northwest corner of Washington state, brothers Zach and Nathan didn't meet Miranda, the third founding member, until they had all ended up in New York City. This kind of backyard folk seasoned by the edge, polish and fervor of big-city inclinations is at the root of the style they call folk-stomp Americana. The group revamps classic string band instrumentation with homespun percussion and the unique integration of six-string ukulele and cello. With their widely varying influences, three distinct vocal styles and copious amounts of foot-stomping, they demonstrate a sound and presence that's at once original and familiar, appealing to audiences of all generations and genres.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, May 9th ~ TBA

Cinco de Mayo - Tuesday May 5th
Tequila, TEQUILA, Tequila, and Tequila Flights
Negro Modela on tap
Mexican Chocolate Cupcakes!!!
Albondigas Soup
Fish Tacos
and more….

Friday, May 8th ~ Highlife Band
9pm $5

The Highlife Band is an authentic and unique reggae band from Seattle, Washington. Rhythms from the Spanish and French Caribbean are combined with Jamaican rockers, bif-baf, steppers, one-drop, and dancehall reggae traditions. The lyrics are direct, and sing of love and conscious direction in everyday life. Live performances are power-packed and the performers animated and engaging.

Click HERE for more information.

Thursday, May 14th ~ SIREN’S SEAFOOD BAR

located on our street level lower deck is to re-open Thurs May 14th- Rhody Weekend!
Specializing in Fresh and local Seafood from the water right on the water, with the same Sirens drinks and 6 rotating taps.

Friday, May 15th ~ Orchestre d'Incroyable
9pm $5

Assembled in the gray light of a Seattle winter’s eve by the shadowy lunatic, M. Incroyable, L’Orchestre D’Incroyable exists on the premise of arcane calculus, moonlit ceremony, copious poison potions, and the occasional sacrificial slaughter. L’Orchestre lulls you into a trance, and stirs your inner demons to the point of driving the body to wild and sensual shaking. Armed with a melange of musical weaponry (homemade stringed boxes, banjo, upright bass, theremin, cello, percussion, baritone guitar and more) Incroyable’s meticulous methods of hypnosis and musical abuse are certain to render any audience slave to its sonorous tonic.

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Saturday, May 16th ~ Miss Mamie
9pm $5

Miss Mamie Lavona the Exotic Mulatta and her White Boys started as a trio, just Mamie, Otto and Scott, in 2005. As the years went by Mamie collected more Caucasian cuties til she had a full stable.
The band comes from theatre, stage, and music backgrounds, and continues to be highly involved in the stage-ly arts scene of Seattle. Drawing from styles such as cabaret, swing, New Orleans-style jazz, klezmer, Balkan, vaudeville and more, Miss Mamie and her Boys always put on a racous, diverse, and colorful show.

Click HERE for more information.

Friday, May 22nd ~ Rose's Pawn Shop
9pm $10

They confront traditional country music themes of loss, lamentation, and redemption, with a couple of drinking songs for good measure. Sure, they’re borrowing pages from the books of Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and Johnny Cash, but ROSES’S PAWN SHOP takes those pages, tears them up and sets them on fire with three and four part vocal harmonies and lyrics that’ll break your heart.

Something happens when you hear these songs. No matter how low you’ve sunk, something in the music finds you. It picks you up and carries you home.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, May 23rd ~ Nathaniel Talbot and Anna Tivel
9pm $5

With influences ranging from prodigious guitar pickers such as Doc Watson, Leo Kotke, and Kelly Joe Phelps, to the more soulful folk poetry of Elliott Smith, Gillian Welch, and Paul Simon, the music represent a unique synthesis of old-time picking and the indie here-and-now. Nathaniel combines masterful finger-style guitar work with thoughtful, melodic vocal lines to create a sonic experience that is truly fresh and impactful. His latest group Nathaniel Talbot Quartet, featuring Portland all-stars Sam Howard (upright bass), Russ Kleiner (drums) and Anna Tivel (violin), are helping him push his music, and the folk genre as a whole, to new dynamic depths and altitudes.

Click HERE for more information.

Sunday, May 24th ~ Leanne Wilkins
7pm No Cover

Since she began performing 1998, Leanne Wilkins has captured diverse audiences with her heart-felt lyrics and soulful melodies. Over time, her style has been infused with elements of Americana, roots rock and blues. Influences including Lucinda Williams, Ryan Adams, and Kathleen Edwards also create subtle undertones in her music. Her first studio album Waterwheel, recorded at the Track Shack in Seattle, Washington, was released in 2008. The Weathered formed in August 2013 with Michael Rognlie (bass), Derek Pulvino (lead guitar) and Mike O’Doherty (drums). The band performs regularly in venues throughout the great Seattle area.

Click HERE for more information.

May 27th ~ Pelican Brewery
Fun evenings filled with good beer, good food, and good people. $36/person (tax included) includes meal, beer, souvenir glass, and a good time.

Click HERE for more information.

Call for reservations (360) 379-1100 - they fill up quickly.

Friday, May 29th ~ The Blakes
9pm $5

‘Soak the Kinks in cheap booze, reignite the Stooges’ strut and add some modern Strokes of ambition, and you have the Blakes. The jagged and glassy-eyed “Two Times” (written in seven minutes) peaks with an enraptured chant of “Shake shake shake,” while the polished “Don’t Bother Me” elevates on a fluid glide aboard an invisible jet. The Blakes play gritty-yet-hazy rock music, a throwback to a more vagabond era.’


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Saturday, May 30th ~ Jack Rabbit Starts
9pm $5

Jackrabbit Starts combines soul melodies with the rhythm and grit of blues, dustings of garage rock and enough Americana to make your feet move. Started in May of 2013 by veterans of Seattle's punk rock scene who joined forces with a killer blues harmonica player and a fantastic upright bass player to create a sound all their own.

Click HERE for more information.

Friday, June 5th ~ Oly Mountain Boys
9pm $5

The Oly Mountain Boys play bluegrass with high-energy drive and a Pacific Northwest bent, mixing traditional tunes with revolutionary original bluegrass compositions. By combining picking prowess with tight three-part vocal harmonies, the band aims to showcase the power and appeal of a truly American musical form.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, June 6th ~ Ojos Feos
9pm $5

Mastered in the Pacific Northwest but with roots in Africa, Mississippi, Cuba, Jamaica, Spain and the Andes; Ojos Feos plays all original compositions blending minor blues and flamenco progressions with Afro-Latin rhythms and jazz chords, structured with an upbeat and driving tempo, often using alternate time signatures.

Click HERE for more information.


Friday, June 12th ~ Sam Densmore
9pm $5

Portland based songwriter Sam Densmore has a brand new band! With Sam on lead vocals and guitar, they are playing his brand of dynamic modern folk/pop. He's brought in an all star cast of musicians, including Sarah Anne Wolff on bass (Pretty Gritty), Blaine Heinonen on Percussion (Pretty Gritty), Jameson Wandling (Saucytown) on electric mandolin and keyboard, Jim Cramer on lead guitar, and Curtis Irie (Irie Idea/Sammy Kay) on lead guitar to fill out his catchy songs. Everyone in the band sings along at some point, while electric and acoustic instrumentation weave the songs together, creating a sonic journey.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, June 13th ~ Lowlands
9pm $5

Lowlands started as a house band to entertain the admission line up at the Great Hall in Toronto. The instrumentation of the group perfectly supported the songwriting of Gordon Auld and Abe Del Bel Belluz and eventually they started to bring both their country, delta blues, bluegrass sound into venues, art openings and coffee houses across the city. After a slight line up change, the band relocated to Guelph Ontario where they have received critical acclaim amongst friends fans and have garnered attention from festivals, promoters and industry professionals.

Click HERE for more information.

Friday, June 19th ~ Prom Queen
9pm $5

“Churning out sickly sweet pop tracks inspired by pinup girls and 1960s house-wives, PROM QUEEN is, naturally, everything Lana Del Rey tries too hard to be. A multi-instrumentalist with sultry vocals and a killer retro style, Prom Queen pulls you in with her sugary disposition—and keeps you with her edgy girl power.”

- Seattle Weekly

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, June 20th ~ Willow Grove
9pm $5

Carlianne grew up a country girl in the rural parts of Longview, WA listening to Faith Hill, Shania Twain and Abba, while CJ grew up in the city listening to artists ranging from Johnny Cash and Kris Kristopherson to Dave Grohl and Bono. Threads of each weave together to form their own original fabric, an elegant, country-rock genre.

Carr's smooth, melodic vocals and CJ's gritty, smoke-laden vocals blend to create a sound reminiscent of Johnny Cash and June Carter. Their impeccable melodies and heartfelt lyrics will transport listeners to the front seat, taking them for a ride via songs that strike close to the heart about overcoming obstacles in life, love, and dealing with adversity.

Click HERE For more information.

June 24th ~ New Belgium Brewery
Fun evenings filled with good beer, good food, and good people. $36/person (tax included) includes meal, beer, souvenir glass, and a good time.

Click HERE to learn more about this Fort Collins Brewery.

Call for reservations (360) 379-1100 - they fill up quickly.


Friday, June 26th ~ Hillstomp
9pm $10

Portland Oregon junkbox blues duo HILLSTOMP is infamous for digging through the dumps and forgotten backwoods of American music, recycling traditional elements into a refreshing and distinctive brand of do-it-yourself hill country blues stomp. North Mississippi trance blues, a bit of Appalachia, and a dash of punkabilly come clanging and tumbling from assorted buckets, cans and BBQ lids, all drenched in rambunctious slide guitar. Somehow it works.

Despite their homemade instruments and novel approach, Hillstomp is no novelty act.

Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, June 27th ~ Scratchdog Stringband
9pm $5

Masterfully mixing upright bass, fiddle, guitar and banjo with three voices, Scratchdog Stringband has an innovative and dynamic approach to string band music. This trio embraces its inherent bluegrass/Americana roots while seamlessly incorporating elements of jazz, country, rock and blues, making for a groove-stompin', on-your-toes musical experience for audiences and performers alike. Each a unique and expressive songwriter, Andrew, Kimbo, and James unite one another's ideas into a flow of harmonized concepts and emotions while bringing it forth with a raw passion.

Click HERE for more informaion.