Tennessee trio The Howlin’ Brothers offer a distinctly bluegrass take on the blues, adding upright bass, fiddle and banjo to covers of greats such as Muddy Waters as well as pumping out original foot stompers. They are content to not worry about the current contemporary music scene and just build their own. A Nashville-based band that likes to keep one foot in tradition — and use the other to kick it right out the door.Buy Tickets
Seattle's country darling has gone nation-wide, but returns from Nashville to her home town to win our hearts all over again! When it comes to sincere, humble yet humbling Americana - or just plain country music in the truest, best sense of the word, Zoe Muth sounds more like she hails from the black hills of Oklahoma than the back roads of Ballard. Yet this Seattle native is becoming as popular in the heartland as the left coast, and those who've had the pleasure of seeing her at the Treehouse before aren't wasting any time getting tickets again, so hurry.
“When Zoe sings, she most reminds me of Kitty Wells and Iris DeMent - that catch in her voice just tears me up. Easily my favorite debut album so far this year from a truly special singer and songwriter.”
- KEXP, Seattle