Lake 22 Live at Neumos: Benefit for Keep Music Live WA and Totem Star

Saturday, April 10th at 7:30 pm PDT

Lake 22 Live at Neumos: A Benefit for Keep Music Live Washington and Totem Star
Special Guests Winehouse and Pilots in Training

Lake 22 is the musical culmination of the best about growing up in the Pacific Northwest: The great beauty of nature around them, combined with the music that has defined Seattle as one of the premier cities for music innovation and influence. The band’s music is shaped by the grunge rock of the 80s and 90s, the Punk movement, and their parent’s record collections of classic rock, pop, and jazz. Lake 22’s music and live shows are simply a blast” filled with crazy energy, advanced musical chops, and a remarkable, well-honed ability to fully engage a crowd.

The Lake 22 show will feature songs from their first full-length album Thrilling Detail – which succinctly captures the dark and apocalyptic vibes of our times. Plus, Lake 22 will give the audience a sneak peak into their second album which was also produced by Jonathan Plum at the iconic London Bridge Studio, due for release later this spring.

Lake 22 believes it is important to give back to the music community. They have invited Winehouse and Pilots in Training, two very talented up and coming Northwest bands, to Rock the house at Neumos to raise money for Washington music venues through Keep Music Live WA and support the efforts of the diverse community of young recording artists at Totem Star.

Winehouse is a band from Olympia, WA that is emerging full-force in the alternative pop music scene, delivering their timeless sound to promote artistic exploration and inspire listeners to dive head-first into a new world of music. The band is known for delivering a captivating concert experience that bridges the gap between the stage and the audience.

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Pilots in Training, the alternative rock band from San Juan Island. The flight crew consists of Blake Budwill (Drums), Mark Mazzarella (Lead Guitar, Vocals) and Darvis Taylor (Bass, Vocals). The pilots first took flight in early 2019, when later they released their debut album titled, “Lost in Our Skies” on August 16th, 2019. They plan to release their second album titled, “Utility Fog” in June of 2021. Fasten your seatbelts and thank you for flying with Pilots in Training.”

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