ONE OF SEATTLE’S FINEST PREPS NEW ALBUM, SPECIAL SHOWS
Pacific Northwest melodic rock champs Flowmotion are heading into an active fall. This month they return to the Bay Area to finish mixing their new album being produced by The Mother Hips’ Tim Bluhm. The band plans to play a few shows on the way down and back up.
Wed, October 12th Applegate Lodge - Applegate, OR
Thur, October 13th Aubergine, Sebastopol, CA
Friday, October 14th Caspar Inn, Caspar, CA
Sunday-Wed mixing at Mission Bells
Friday, October 21st Jambalaya, Arcata, CA
When they return home later in the month, Flowmotion will headline a special Halloween weekend show on Friday, October 28th at Seattle’s Tractor Tavern, where they will perform The Beatles’ Rubber Soul in its entirety.
And Flowmotion has announced they'll be performing at the Mt. Baker Theatre in Bellingham, WA for New Year's Eve. Also sharing the bill will be Bellingham's own Yogoman Burning Band. More details about the event and ticketing will be announced later.
Last weekend on Saturday, October 1, Flowmotion was invited to perform a half time show at an Eastern Washington University (EWU) football game. Flowmotion was backed up by the EWU Marching Band. Don Goodwin, past Flowmotion keyboard player and brother to drummer Scott Goodwin, arranged a "Super Bowl halftime medley" of the band’s greatest hits. The EWU Eagles won the national championship last year in their division.
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