Rabbit Stew sat down for a marathon 5 hour music session for a private event out on Lake Sammamish. The hosts were a couple of chefs, newly married, so the food was fantastic! Gabe Strand sat in on banjo, concealing some Seahawks gear amongst his finery.
We were happy to contribute our time and talents to a fundraising event for the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness -- an organization that works tirelessly to both raise awareness of homelessness in our region, and to provide relief and services to those folks living in insecurity. We played at the Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling club facility, which in addition to being a beautifully manicured place also has stunning views of downtown Seattle and the Olympics. A bbq
Joanna Stodden joined Rabbit Stew for a square dance at the Burien Arts-A-Glow festival. This is such a gem of a community event, with lots of families, tons of creativity, and great participation all around. Folks at the festival created a fun video summary of the event -- look for us at 2:15!
Alex led the tunes at the weekly Wedgwood Alehouse old-time jam, and established an animal themed set that reads like Noah's ark. Here's a list of tunes from the jam: Key of G Shove that Pig's Foot a Little Further in the Fire Hogs in the Canebrake Old Yellow Dog Came Trottin' through the Meeting House Old Buzzard- Doc Roberts Hawks Got a Chicken- Doc Roberts Devil Ate a Groundhog Shoot the Buffalo Schottische Bullfrog on a Puncheon Floor White Buffalo Jaybird Died of the Who