BITE OF EAST COUNTY | JULY 28 & 29
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Come listen to live music!

11:30 - 2:00 p.m.- - The Insensitives

The Insensitives are known as a "Powerhouse Party Band". The Insensitives come with a list of credentials that include Major Casino's, Large Event's, Premier Night Club's, Weddings and Corporate Parties all with one thing in common, the need to have Live Entertainment that creates a fun atmosphere and a great vibe for all to enjoy. In short, they bring the party to the dance floor!!!

2:00 - 5:00 p.m.- - Sonny Smokin' Hess & Lady True Blue

Sonny Hess is Known far and wide for her sensual guitar playing, songwriting gifts and soulful vocals, local blues legend Sonny Hess fires up shows around town performing in a variety of forms and combinations - solo, in duos, full bands, and as part of the venerable NW Women Rhythm & Blues, which may include fellow blueswomen Lady Kat, Duffy Bishop and many more. Named Outstanding R&B Act and Best New Artist when the Sonny Hess Power Band appeared in 1991, Hess has brought her particular brand of the blues to northwest audiences for nearly two decades. She's also been a serious supporter of fellow artists, producing the NW Women R&B shows and playing regularly with Ellen Whyte (as part of the duo Jane Doe), Leah Hinchcliff, and Lisa Mann.

Lady Kat is known for her Low, Rich, Full Bodied Voice’ that carries the likes of Etta James, with a little of Wynonna’s twang, and the depth of Della Reese! Born and raised in the Northwest she was surrounded by the sounds of Blues and Country music.

5:00 - 8:00- - Jones & Fischer

Darin Jones and Caleb Fischer are the namesakes and front men of the Pacific North West based five-piece group: Jones & Fischer, and have started something truly unique in country music that has captured thousands of fans across the US and Canada. The two have blended their different styles and influences from each of their own hometowns; Seattle, Washington and San Antonio Texas, and its made for a fiery new sound that is all their own amongst the wave of overly processed, lyrically cliche' and substance-less songs currently emanating from the country genre. They are going against the proverbial 'industry grain' by pursuing a career in country music while not living in Nashville, and not being signed to a major label or booking agency. They are completely independent, building their fan base like a band should: hitting the road and paying their dues one show at a time, playing the songs they wrote.