KEXP Presents: Uncle Tupelo & Jason Molina Tribute Night 1/21

Local Music, KEXP Presents

This Thursday, January 21st, join us in beautiful Ballard for the 4th Annual Benefit for MusiCares at the Tractor Tavern. A cavalcade of local musicians will perform the songs of beloved alt-country artists Uncle Tupelo and Jason Molina, with proceeds going to benefit this great non-profit which provides a safety net for music people in times in need.

KEXP DJ Don Slack hosts the event, and he'll be joined by:Annie FordBarb HunterJared Clifton and the Whiskey RebellionThe Crying ShameCumulusGalen Disston (of Pickwick)Jason Dodson (of The Maldives)Evening BellFredd Luongo (of The Swearengens)Long Dark MoonLow HumsMassy FergusonShasta Bree & Brigitt RainsVicious Petals

Tickets are $10. Doors are at 7:00 PM, with the first band at 7:30 PM. 21+ show. For more information, check out this Facebook event.

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