February Performances

Sunday, Feb. 4th from 2 pm – 5pm
Dance music at White Center Eagles
10452 15th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98146

and

Saturday, Feb. 3rd from 5pm – 7pm
February Artists Reception at Alki Arts
6030 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

“Our exhibit for Feb is a group show of many of the very first artists who started with Alki Arts back on the beach in 2010! Aptly entitled ‘Reunion’, this show will be a curated trip down memory lane, while visiting where each of these artists currently are in their careers!

Come see the amazing work of many of our faves: Cheryl Zahniser, Robin Weiss, Phil Jones, Linda Hulce, Joanne Shellan, C.A. Pierce, Brooke Borcherding, Jim Lopresti, Karen Dedrickson, Lezlie Jane, Larry Halvorsen & Garrison Coverdale!

Ambient music provided by Timothy Michaels. ‘Old Home Week’ never looked (or sounded) so good!”



December Performances

December 3rd from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Performing a mix of Country / R&R / Christmas
White Center Eagles  
10452 15TH AVE SW
SEATTLE, WA 98146-1473

December 6th
Private event: Christmas music for a retirement community

December 8th
Private event: Christmas music for a retirement community

December 15th from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM
Bremerton Eagles #192
2122 SHERIDAN ROAD NE
BREMERTON, WA 98310-4644

December 16th from 6:00 until 11:00   
Kent Eagles # 362
2505 S 252ND ST #101
KENT, WA 98032-5405

December 6th
Private event: Christmas music for a retirement community

— More dates to be added, please check back often for updates. —

Upcoming Performances

Come see Timothy play live on Friday, September 24th, from 4pm to 7pm in Woodinville:

Ryan Patrick Wines – Woodinville Tasting Room
14450 Redmond-Woodinville Rd NE, Woodinville [map]
Phone (425) 949-7972
info@ryanpatrickwines.com
On Facebook? Invite a friend to the Facebook event!


Also coming up…


November 11th 6pm – 7:40pm
The Art of Music @ West Seattle Grounds
2141 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA [map]


December 4th 7pm – 11pm
Burien Eagles Club
920 SW 150th St, Burien, WA [map]

Learning New Music

Like pushing a car up a hill with a rope, that’s what it’s like for me to learn a new piece of music. I need to listen to the piece a zillion times. Until I wake up in the morning and it plays in my mind. Then I need to figure out what the pedal steel player who did the original actually did for each measure of that song. Then I need to memorize all that so I can again, play it in my sleep. Well, that is just what I’m doing now!

A new band is coming out and I am the utility man for it, playing pedal steel and doubling on violin. This band will do triple covers from three of the best country stars in modern times. And even though it might seem as I am complaining about all the work, the opposite is the real truth. I am so like a kid in a candy shop! I will try to keep much posted on this website.

If you’re a musician who is in the process of learning a bunch of new material, why not drop me a line and tell me your experience and secrets for success? Later.

-TM