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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Love Gangsters

Rock Paper Sun

mango

Mango Joe

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Jack Maybe Project

 

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Kalan and The Shift

samara

Samara Jade

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Nathan McCartney
and the Petulant Children

 


 

Events at Sirens

Tuesdays - Traditional Irish 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!




Friday, February 14 ~ Love Gangsters
$5 9pm


A soulful duo based in Seattle,WA featuring Songwriter, Eric Fridrich on vocal,guitar and harp with guitarist Leif Totusek...

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Saturday, February 15 ~ Rock Paper Sun
$5 9pm
Rock Paper Sun’s melodic, emotionally driven songs captivate listeners with surprising hooks and harmonies. Michael Howard Monroe, lead singer/songwriter describes their music as “a blend of pop/rock/americana tinged with the aura of twilight and the freshness of dawn.” Vocalists Debra Martin adds a bewitching dimension to these original compositions. Rock Paper Sun’s music sits in the sweet spot between earthly and ethereal.

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Friday, February 21 ~ Mango Joe
$5 9pm


Original music with African, Latin, and Americana styles. Here you will find videos from my projects in Mali, Mauritania, Finland, USA, China, Nepal. Much more to come from many places.

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Saturday, February 22 ~ Jack Maybe Project
$5 9pm

Jack Maybe was forged in the fires of the American sound. The sirens of Blues, Jazz, Folk, and Bluegrass grew nearby and he was able to learn their tunes. Through the centuries, he found different beasts who were his kin, and together they began to sing the songs of the Old Monsters who roamed the earth before they. The monsters change form and ferocity, but the songs remain the same.

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Sunday, February 23 ~ Kalan and The Shift
7pm
Kalan Wolfe, is a medicine musician whose songwriting is inspired by his family, social change, and community. His sound can be compared to powerful musicians such as Xavier Rudd, Nahko Bear, and Paul Simon, and is described as a blend of driven folk and acoustic rock, with a reggae backbone, and a unique, rhythmic guitar style.

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Friday, February 28 ~ Samara Jade
$5 9pm


Samara Jade (previously known as Searra Jade) is a modern folk troubadour and musical seamstress who stitches together a unique tapestry of sounds with intricate guitar playing and an acrobatically emotive voice. Weaving diverse musical strands colored by folk, jazz, blues, world-fusion and even Broadway musicals, Samara’s songs cut through truth, open hearts, stimulate minds, and perhaps best fall into the nutshell of a fan-coined genre: "Philosopholk."

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Saturday, February 29 ~ Nathan McCartney
and the Petulant Children
$5 9pm

Nathan McCartney has been a regular fixture in Anacortes, WA for over 10 years. Seen often in the ACT Theatre, he can also been seen frequenting Open Mic Nights and all other singer/songwriter showcases he can find. Backed with his band, The Petulant Children, Nathan McCartney offers a night of familiar covers and delightful original songs.

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