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Jim Page and J.R. Rhodes
$ 17.00
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Jim Page was named by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine as “One Of The 50 Most Influential Musicians In Seattle History.”  He has recorded 24 albums over the course of a 50-plus year career and written a mountain of songs.  Originally from California, Page has called Seattle home since 1971.

In ‘74 he led a successful movement to legalize busking (street performing) in Seattle, where it had been illegal for decades. The city is a now a magnet for all the street arts, and in 2014 Jim was presented with an official proclamation by the Seattle City Council in recognition of this accomplishment. His songs have been covered by The Doobie Brothers, Christy Moore, Dick Gaughan, Michael Hedges, and Roy Bailey.

He has toured in 13 countries including the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK, most of northern Europe, and Taiwan. Bonnie Raitt said: “Jim’s been writing great topical songs for as long as I can remember. In the tradition of Woody and Dylan, he cuts right to the heart with music you actually enjoy listening to. I’m a longtime admirer.”  The late Utah Phillips said: “If you’re ever going to get the message, this is the messenger to get it from.”


J.R. Rhodes

From her first open mic performance at the O.K. Hotel, to her performances at Benaroya Hall, the belief in the transformative power of music are distilled into songs of quiet intensity that traverse spirituals, folk, blues, jazz and rock.

Singer/Songwriter J.R. Rhodes musus, “It’s easy to be cynical.  It takes a lot to be intentional.  It takes a lot to be intentional.  It takes a lot to dream.  It takes a lot to love.  It’s my focus trough music to inspire myself and others to keep our dreams alive and to love ourselves and one another.  Each song teaches me something and I do my best to share it forward to listeners”

J.R. is currently working on two new albums.  One recording is a folk album including music inspired by the works of African-American artists Alice Walker, Nikki Giovanni, Elizabeth Cotton and more.  The other recording is a collection of songs of African-American heritage including spirituals, slave songs and lullabies.


*Tickets are nonrefundable, unless show is cancelled, or rescheduled.  Tickets are fully transferable.

All ages.

Beer, wine & nonalcoholic drinks available.



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4597 Tolt Avenue
Carnation, WA 98014 United States
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