The Strange Kind With Vaudeville Etiquette & Whitney Monge
Rock Band The Strange Kind With Swingin' Roots Rockers Vaudeville Etiquette
Blending classic rock sass with a modern rock sound, The Strange Kind frontwoman Xolie Morra has been making waves since 2010, when a career-changing Lilith Fair performance and several singer-songwriter competition wins led to a flurry of performances among artists like Styx, Jessica Simpson, Mickey Avalon, Hanson and more. Originally Morra's solo project, The Strange Kind is now rounded out by guitarist Maxmillion Browne, drummer Brett Hutchinson and bassist Christian LieBig, who are collectively staking their claim as the west coast's next big thing. With comparisons to Chrissy Hynde and Lindsey Buckingham, and a debut appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
, they may very well be. The band will be joined by Hollywood-based swinging roots rock band Vaudeville Etiquette and singer-songwriter Whitney Monge.
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Kalimba is a Earth, Wind & Fire tribute act with an enviable reputation. It's been said that they play "EWF's music even better than EWF themselves." Praise doesn't get much higher than. Named after the African thumb piano featured in each of Earth, Wind and Fire's albums, Kalimba is an assembly of music talent from every corner of the country, joined together to play the best of EWF with talent and heart. Kalimba will perform the massive hits -- "Shining Star," "Got to Get You Into My Life," "Can't Hide Love" and more -- on the intimate stage of the Highway 99 Blues Club. Learn More
About the Ticket Supplier: Highway 99 Blues Club and Restaurant
Highway 99 Blues Club is an exciting venue for the blues culture and music of America. Housed in a 1909 brick building on the Seattle waterfront, the Highway 99 Blues Club is inspired by the juke joints of The South and neighborhood blues clubs of Chicago.