We will be at the Music and Arts in Wrights Park this year for a full on day of great music, food and fun! Saturday August 16th from noon to 7pm. IT”S FREE!!!!!! A great line up of bands including Girl Trouble, Mos Generator, The Purrs, Bandolier, Trees and Timber, Phazers on Kill and several more including the band picked by you our listeners!!!! Mechanism is the NWCZradio’s people’s choice this year and they will bring their rock and roll goodness to the stage thanks to YOU!!!Read More
We will be broadcasting live Saturday July 26th from the Tacoma Jazz and Blues Festival from Stonegate’s main stage! Join Oogie, Kevin McBride, Jay Mabin, Big D and others as they keep you informed and dialed into the music!! It all starts at 1pm. www.nwczradio.com http://www.tacomajazzfestival.com/schedule/Read More
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From the staff here at NWCZ… Thank you for your continued support!Read More
Summer 2014 is shaping up to be a great time of sun and music!! Join us as we will be out and about this summer at several festivals! We will be broadcasting live from many of them, handing out free CD’s,stickers and other promotional items as well. Look for your favorite show host at some of the following festivals:
Saturday July 12th Tacoma’s Old Town Rhythm and Blues Festival
Sunday July 13th Art on The Ave (6th ave in Tacoma)
Saturday July 26th Tacoma Jazz and Blues Festival (54th and South Tacoma Way)
Saturday August 16th Music and Arts in Wrights Park (Tacoma’s Wrights Park)
Saturday August 30th Emerald City Music Festival (Sandpoint in Seattle)
Saturday September 13th Leavenworth Music Festival (Leavenworth, Washington)
More may be added and we’ll keep you posted. Tune into www.nwczradio.com for details and listen in to hear these events live!!Read More
Tune in beginning June 8th at 8pm on www.nwczradio.com as your hosts Kevin McBride and Jay Mabin take you on a weekly 3 hour Jazz odyssey!!Read More
An Evening With Sevendust
El Corazon 4-18-14
Sevendust put on an amazing acoustic performance for the sold-out crowd at El Corazon. The place was packed from the beginning & they stayed until the lights were turned on at the end. The band is on tour promoting their latest release “Time Travelers & Bon Fires”, an acoustic album full of Sevendust favorites and a few new ones. The album can be found on several sites including iTunes & Best Buy and can be streamed thru GuitarWorld on Soundcloud here: http://www.guitarworld.com/acoustic-nation-exclusive-stream-sevendust-time-travelers-and-bonfires-premiere
They played a 16 song set an a stage filled with ambient light from candles and led lights decorating Lajons’ mic stand. There was no lack of sound or emotion from the band, or enthusiasm from the crowd, though. Let me tell ya! With the tiny venue and no barricade, the stage was like they were playing in your living room. The band stopped & just about had a conversation with the audience between almost every song, and when they sang, the crowd was screaming right along. At one point the crowd had gotten too rowdy & drunk fighting had begun, so they decided it was time to maybe play something happy. They made up a “No fighting, please” little ditty that was soon joined in by the rest of the band playing along and the audience sang along to that, too!
They played eleven songs, twelve if you include “No fighting”, took a break, & came back for six more songs including a killer cover of “Hurt”. They ended the show with an emotional explanation of how “Angel Son” was recorded & the meaning behind it, and finished with “Black”.
Local band, Jaded Mary, played their own acoustic set immediately following the end of the show for an after-party in the front lounge. Many music lovers stayed to listen to their show too… And a good time was had by all!
Bryan Ferry brought his tour to Seattle to showcase his career in music. What a career it’s been too! Spanning a 40 year career he had plenty of material to draw from. Hit songs from both his Roxy Music days and a celebrated solo career were all on display.
Looking dapper as always, Bryan crooned and played the keys as he was backed by a talented band and a couple of back up singers.
With so many songs to churn through he didn’t stop to talk much and when he did what he had to say was brief. Acknowledging the crowds enthusiasm and singing along. His voice may not be as strong as it once was but there were magic moments when Ferry’s crooning was on par with his early years.
Who knows if we’ll see Bryan Ferry pass through this way again. If not this was a fine was to pay homage to an enduring talent who has an enduring appeal!
More photos can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.769831946374471.1073741844.190708867620118&type=3
Written by Darrell Fortune
Photos by Carolyn FryeRead More