Photo courtesy of the Whateverly Brothers

Photo courtesy of the Whateverly Brothers

The Whateverly Brothers at The Black Dog Arts Café

The musical group will play a show on April 14.

  • Thursday, April 12, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

As a special treat for attendees living up-slope from Seattle, The Whateverly Brothers will be playing a special show on April 14, 7:30 p.m., at the Black Dog Arts Café in Snoqualmie.

The Whateverly Brothers grew out of three friends enjoying playing music together. Starting as a maritime music group, they soon followed their wide interests and backgrounds into many styles and genres.

Dan Roberts, Chris Glanister and Rob Kneisler, all seasoned folk music collectors, performers, and multi-instrumentalists, have delighted audiences for nearly a decade with their varying repertoire, shimmering harmonies, striking arrangements, and offbeat humor. The Whateverly Brothers are a power group, tight and expressive. Learn more about them at http://thewhateverlybrothers.com/.

The Black Dog Arts Café is a cozy and special place that uses local products, fresh local organic fruits and vegetables whenever possible. Their meat comes from Fischers family-owned butcher shop, their beans are made from scratch and their desserts and ice cream are home-made.

They like to support micro-breweries and small wineries. They also make their own bread and they support local artists and musicians.

The Black Dog Arts Café is located at 8062 Railroad Ave. SE in Snoqualmie.

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