The Onlies, being modern youth, do like their social media. We shoulda mentioned this before, but you can of course Like the Onlies Facebook page, just as much as you can like them in real life. Actually, you can only Like them once on Facebook, but feel free to like them more than that in real life.
The band is taking a month-long break for, among other things, exotic traveling to the Euro-zone. Stay tuned for tales from the road, but put the night 0f November 10th on your calendars for a raucous return engagement to A Terrible Beauty.
As part of the Haller Lake Community Council's Concert for Kids series, the kids will play a concert on Saturday morning, October 1st from 11a-12p at the Northgate Community Center. Kids of all ages welcome, and their minders.
Three bands with stellar youth musicians, including the Onlies, join Paul Silveria (Professor Banjo) for a footstomping oldtime showcase to celebrate the release of a new CD called Professor Banjo PB and Jam!
This show will conclude a three day/three city tour! It's going to be great fun for all ages, especially those with young kids! We hope you can make it! Sponsored by the Seattle Folklore Society and held in the lovely concert hall at the Phinney Neighborhood Center! Reservations are recommended! Details here.
It might be the only farmer's market in the United States conveniently located near several tattoo and piercing parlors. This Sunday, September 18th, come watch the Onlies play the Broadway Farmer's Market from 11am to 1pm.
Right after playing the market Leo and Riley are going to walk two blocks over to Bobby Morris field and play a soccer game. If music isn't your thing, maybe the soccer will do. Kick off (is that what they call it?) is at 1pm.
The Onlies are now back in Seattle, after a whirlwind of a great time at Valley of the Moon, and a sublime siesta on the beautiful campus of San Jose State University.
The kids learned lots of tunes that they will start incorporating into upcoming sets. First up: busking at the Redmond Saturday Market from 10 a.m. to noon Sept. 10, and a performance later that day at the Northgate Festival, 3 p.m. Catch them if you can!