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'Three For Silver' Performs Saturday, January 22nd at 7:30 PM

The Seasons crew are understandably excited about this show:

Lucas Warford (Bass), Willow Sertain (Accordian), and Corwin Zeckley (fiddle) return to the Seasons stage for a show that will keep you spellbound for its entirety. Haunting vocals, expert musicianship, and a little magic make for a show that you won’t forget.

Three For Silver is an aggressively original band that is impervious to easy description.

PR people often use phrases like Mythic Americana, Doomfolk, or Apocalypso.

Some of those are pretty good, but they still just feel like the desperate necessities of someone forced to fill out a form box labeled "Genre".

Three For Silver features one-of-a-kind instruments you've never seen playing styles mixed in ways you've never heard. Perhaps it is pop music from an exceptionally dark parallel dimension. The band has hit the road since 2013, and their monomaniacal devotion has already led them all over the USA and the world, from Accordion Festivals in Vienna to Modern Music Expos in Russia, and even partnering with the US State Department for ongoing cultural exchange tours to countries thirsty for truly original American music.

Dan Balmer Quartet, Performing Friday, January 28th at 7:30 PM

This one will be another show you won't want to miss. The Seasons crew says:

​From coffee house gigs at fifteen to chart-topping success with the Tom Grant Band in the 90s, world tours with two-time Grammy Award winner Diane Schuur and contemporary jam-bands, Dan Balmer brings fire and heart every time he plays the guitar. His playing spans nearly one hundred CDs including twelve as a leader from which his original works have appeared internationally in television, film, and radio.

An in-demand educator, Dan maintains a busy schedule of private lessons, group clinics, and master classes throughout the US and abroad. He adjudicates student jazz band competitions at events such as the Monterey Next Generation Festival and Reno Jazz Festival along with being a long-term teacher at the Centrum Jazz Workshop. He is the director of jazz combos at Lewis And Clark College while also on faculty at virtually every other college in the greater Portland, Oregon area.

What COVID Protocols are in Place at The Seasons Performance Hall?

For information on COVID Protocols, ticket information, and everything else you'll need to know, check out theseasonsyakima.com.

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Going in chronological order from 1956 to 2020, we present the best-selling album from the year you graduated high school.

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