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“Better to Be Broken Than Blind” video + all-ages shows!

Here it is, folks – the final installment of our Live at Jupiter video series, brought to you by Fin Records! Like the previous video, “Novelty’s Gone,” this track features the talents of Craig Flory on tenor saxophone and Tom Yoder on trombone, who also played on the album version. We hope you enjoy “Better to Be Broken Than Blind”!

But that’s not all – we also have a couple of cool all-ages shows coming up over the next two weeks that we’d love to tell you about. First up is the Fin Records Showcase at Northwest Folklife, this Friday, May 24 at Seattle Center. Fin’s taking over the Fountain Lawn stage from 6-9pm, and we’re proud to be playing alongside labelmates Lures, Low Hums, and Davidson Hart Kingsbery. RJM headlines at 8:15pm.

Fin at Folklife poster

The following weekend – Saturday, June 1 – we’re doing a very cool early afternoon show at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center. Billed as “fun for the whole family” (and why would they lie about a thing like that?), music starts at 12 noon and wraps by 2pm. Our friends Julia Massey & the Five-Finger Discount open the show. Tickets (including a discounted family rate) available here.

Fremont Abbey poster

Come on out – and for once, bring the kids!



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