Bluestone Trio

Sunday, December 26th
8pm No Cover

Bluestone is one of the newest groups performing in Tri Cities and Eastern Washington. They distinguish themselves from the plethora of East Side blues bands with a sound influenced by classic R&B and jazz artists (Dr. John, Ray Charles, Etta James, etc.). The group is piano and vocal based, covering a range of styles  from New Orleans R&B, Chicago blues to East Coast jazz.


New Years Eve with the New Mexican Revolution!

Friday, December 31st
8pm No Cover
Fort George Brewery

The music of the New Mexican Revolution has its roots in the gothic Americana of performers like Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Wilco and Los Lobos. Their songs are stories of drifters, wanderers and lost souls set against a kaleidoscope of American music, with an array of instrumentation and textures.

Songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Wesley Shirley grew up in the high desert of New Mexico, listening to the country music of the 70’s and 80’s in his parents record collection. The joy and desolation of this environment informs much of the music of tNMR. Having its start in Ft. Collins, Colorado and after playing around northern Colorado for two years, the band took a hiatus as Wes dedicated his time to other musical projects. In 2004, the Revolution reformed with a new lineup, playing the old songs, along with a handful of new ones, and began to gig around their new home town of Portland, Oregon. The first album, The Promise of Mutiny, was released in September of 2004, and they successfully toured the west coast and mountain states twice in the summer of 2005 in support. Their second album, Theories of Sun and Rain, was released in May of 2006, and has received positive reviews both at home and abroad. The Revolution has benefited from a long list of collaborators and conspirators over the years, and continues to value the collaborative effort of music making as they record and perform new music and continue to tour.

David Crabtree

Sunday, December 19th 2010 at 8:00 pm - NO COVER -


Belgian Ales and Seafood Dinner

Wednesday, December 15th 2010
At the Fort George Brewery + Public House


A Trio Of House Cured Salmon; Traditional Norwegian Gravlax, Juniper Berry and Tanqueray Lox, Fennel and Ouzo Lox Served on Crumpets with Sour Cream.

Fort George Brewery – Quick Wit


Risotto Cakes with Bornstein Smoked Scallops Served on a Bed of Butter Leaf Lettuce and a Bacon Sherry Vinaigrette.

La Brasserie Unibroue – Éphémère (Apple)


Shrimp Bisque with a Blue Scorcher Crostini, Rouille, and Warm Chèvre.

The Bruery – Saison Rue


Whole Dungeness Crab and a Malheur Beurre Blanc.

Malheur Bière Brut - Brouwerij De Landtsheer NV


Ladies in Nightgowns – Granny Smith Apples Baked in Pastry Dough Topped with Crème Agnlaise. 

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery - Raison D'etre


Caulfield and his Magical Violin

December 12th at 8pm.
From Anacortes, Washington, powerpop band Caulfield and his Magical Violin will play at the Fort George Brewery and Public House.  There is no cover.


Angie and the Car Wrecks

Sunday, December 5th
8pm No Cover
Angie and the Car Wrecks are comprised of two brothers, Shawn and Dale Ball, on the upright bass and guitar, respectively, with their good friend Calvin Jernberg on the drums and Dale's wife Angie Ball leading the pack and taking on vocals. They are based in a small town in the Pacific Northwest, where they hone their craft on many rainy days stuck inside.

The Car Wrecks have a 6-song EP that was released in March of 2010 and has been well-received. The new EP has helped them land some prominent gigs, such as Lounge Acts 2010 in Aberdeen, WA opening for Grammy award-winning band Soul Asylum, the 2010 Pacific Northwest Brewcup in Astoria, WA, the 2010 Kustom Kulture Festival in Silverdale, WA opening for James Hunnicutt, the Juke Joint Gamblers, Hard Money Saints, Big John Bates and the Voodoo Dollz, and Three Bad Jacks and the 2010 Jake the Alligator Man Bday Bash in Long Beach, WA opening for DragStrip Riot.

The Car Wrecks' main influences are the pioneers of classic rockabilly music, most of them featured on the Sun label in the 1950's: Carl Perkins, Billy Lee Riley, Elvis, and of course Johnny Cash. Other influences include the Stray Cats, Hank Williams Sr., Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings, and more recently, the Chop Tops and the Reverend Horton Heat.