Sunday Music - 4p to 6p - No Cover

July 21st

We are happy to offer the chill and casual sounds of Jazz Island Rewind

Drop in, eat, drink and get into the casual funky groove of Jazz Island Rewind. Reservations accepted but certainly not required. Jazz Island Rewind is comprised of veteran musician John English and guests.

July 14th

Come listen to the soulful sound of Two Trains Runnin’

This down home duo rocks the house without wrecking it, delivering a well-seasoned, low volume groove.  Celebrated slide guitarist Dan Abernethy’s soulful vocals and ace drummer Steve Lykken’s shimmering brushwork fuel the fire.  Performing classic blues and awesome originals, Two Trains Runnin’ is not to be missed. Reservations accepted but certainly not required. All aboard!

Live Music Saturday Nights at Grinders

We are happy to support live music in the Northwest by having some of the best professional groups come to play for you at Grinders on Saturday nights.  We strongly recommend making reservations, as we are an intimate venue.  Your table will be available for you after 6:30pm.  Music starts at 8pm and usually runs until 10-10:30pm.  We add a modest $10 cover per person to the final bill at the end of the night to offset the cost of paying these amazing musicians.  Any questions, or to make a reservation, please call the restaurant during business hours.

For Reservations Call : 206-542-0627

If you make a reservation, please attend the performance or let us know in a timely manner you will not be able to attend.  Having a full house is integral to making live music profitable for the venue and the performers.  It is disheartening to have a full reservation night on the books, with a waitlist of music lovers wanting to attend, and only 3/4 of the patrons arrive. 

We want to continue to host live music events.  Please honor your reservation or contact us the day before and we can release the seats to other customers.  Thank you.

 
 

July 13th - CD Woodbury Trio

 

Within the last five years, CD Woodbury has transformed himself from journeyman sideman and “the NW’s best kept secret” into an internationally recognized rising star of the Pacific NW blues scene with his work as singer, songwriter, and guitarist for the CD Woodbury Band. CD has performed in Texas Roadhouses and in Stadiums. He has performed for two US Presidents, foreign dignitaries, and Jimi's music for the Hendrix family. He has jammed with jazz legends, international blues stars, and has worked with sidemen to the biggest rock acts.

The Band re-formed as a Trio in late 2015 with Don Montana on drums (CDWB, Tim Casey and the Bluescats), and bassist Patrick McDanel (Michele D'Amour and the Love Dealers, Brian Nova); currently performing contemporary blues, roots music, rhythm & blues, jazz, and New Orleans influenced music. The CD Woodbury Trio plays a mixture of new interpretations of old favorites, obscure jams, and original songs.

 

July 27th - Little Bill and the Blue Notes

In 2010, Little Bill was honored with the release of “Big Blues for Little Bill” – a compilation of his songs redone by NW artists such as Duffy Bishop, Billy Stoops and Polly O’Keary. The disc coincided with Bill’s 70th birthday with shows at the Triple Door and the Rialto Theatre. All proceeds from the sales of the cd went to the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation – a cause that is near to Bill’s heart.

Over the years, Engelhart has had the pleasure of working with some of the finest musicians in the northwest including Jo Johanson, Isaac Scott and Buck England. In addition, he has opened for legendary acts such as BB King, Robert Lockwood Jr. and Buddy Guy. The singer, songwriter and bass player has a roomful of awards including NW Hall of Fame, the W.C. Handy Award and the BB Life Time Achievement Award.

His current lineup consist of master guitarist Billy ‘Stapes’ Stapleton and the tight and steady multiple award winning Billy Barner on the drums.performed in Texas Roadhouses and in Stadiums. He has performed for two US Presidents, foreign dignitaries, and Jimi's music for the Hendrix family. He has jammed with jazz legends, international blues stars, and has worked with sidemen to the biggest rock acts.

 

August 3rd - The Daily Flash

In the mid '60s, The Daily Flash found a way to fuse folk, rock, blues, bluegrass and jazz. That process lives on in this stunning line up. The new edition of The Daily Flash has earned a reputation as a dynamic vocal band of consummate instrumentalists. The band features ASCAP composers and does original tunes, but their favorite trick is interpretation. They breathe life into an eclectic repertoire of folk, rock, Celtic and Delta swamp fusion. The Daily Flash brings the spirit of the sixties into the 21st century and delivers to stages all around the Northwest.