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      November 29, 2019

      Friday   7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

      18444 Main/Spruce Streets At the very west end of Main Street next to the Skagit river. Exit 221 on I-5.
      Conway, Washington 98238

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      Drummerboy featuring Jesse James

      Jeff "Drummerboy" Hayes - Known by his peers as one of the best blues brothers on the circuit, Jeff Hayes has been banging his drums on a dozen recordings with five different bands that included top talent from Washington, Oregon, Mississippi, Colorado and the U.K. You can find him lending his beat, plus songwriting & lead vocal credits on many pressings over the years. Playing live is where Jeff is home and he has graced the stages of the major festivals in the Pacific NW and several national festivals including the San Felipe Blues Festival in San Felipe Mexico, King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena, AK and the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland, OR. He has played along side such greats such as the late Pinetop Perkins, Michael Burke, Bob Margolin, Mookie Brill, Peter Damann, Eden Brent, John-Alex Mason, Robbie Jordan and Eric Two Scoops Moore. Jesse James Russell - was born and raised in Manson, Washington. I feel like I've been a jack-of-all-trades: mechanic, farmer, welder, cook, student, and musician, but I can honestly say that I was put on this earth to play music. I remember listening to Santana and the Moody Blues as a little kid when we would take road trips to visit family in California. I saw a live band for the first time when I was 6 years old, and I told my mom that I was going to be a saxophone player. One way or another, I changed my mind and I got my first guitar when I was 8 years old.  I told myself that I would learn how to play blues guitar, and now the blues has become a permanent part of my identity. Some people try to learn from books, or try to learn how to play every Stevie Ray Vaughan lick note for note, but as hard as I tried, I discovered that I couldn't play anything exactly like anyone else. Blessing or curse, I learned to play every song my way, Jesse James Style. I've had some really great experiences in my life, learning lessons from other great musicians, and I have enjoyed especially the opportunities that I've had to share the stage with some of my heroes including: Terry Harmonica Bean, Randy Oxford, Otis Taylor, Buddy Guy, Junkyard Jane, Too Slim, Chris Eger, Mark Whitman, Fat James and more.

      Cost: 8.00

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