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Tunes and Trains: Live music at Railroad Park June 26
A free concert will entertain Northwest Railway Museum patrons and downtown Snoqualmie shoppers from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 26 at Railroad Park, 7971 Railroad Ave. S.E.
The Left Coast Gypsies and Satellite by Night will fill the Railroad Park gazebo with their eclectic sounds. Left Coast Gypsies’ members live in the Snoqualmie Valley and describe their music as “folk/blues/country/rock/psychedelic.” Band members include Mike Antone, Caycee Furulie, Steve Forsythe, Camelia Jade Lazenby, and Jonathan Gottlieb Nelson. To hear a sampling of the group’s music, visit www.leftcoastgypsies.com.
Satellite by Night describes their music as “folk-fusion.” Band members Camelia Jade Lazenby, Gabe Herbert and Mas Bryant are from Seattle. The group recently played with the Left Coast Gypsies at the City’s Arbor Day Celebration and at Isadora’s in downtown Snoqualmie. To learn more, visit www.satellitebynight.com.
The “Tunes and Trains” 2010 concerts at Railroad Park are coordinated by the City of Snoqualmie’s Parks & Recreation Department. All of the acts donate their time, talents and equipment to perform in Snoqualmie. These concerts are rain or shine events.
Musical groups of all kinds interested in performing in Snoqualmie, as well as potential sponsors or vendors of future Parks & Recreation events, should call (425) 831-5784 for more information.