Arts and Entertainment

Northwest folk/blues artist Reggie Miles coming to Chalet Theater

Pacific Northwest folk/blues artist Reggie Miles is the headline act hitting the stage in Enumclaw Feb. 10, following an opening by the Stingy Brim Olde Time Blues Project.

The 2 p.m. show is presented by Chalet Arts Showcase Theatre and Cassandra Music.

Miles will bring to the Chalet Theater, 1721 Wells St., his unique brand of “bottleneck slide, Roots-inspired, songs and twisted tales from the prefabricated concrete canyons of today's answer to yesterday's general store.”

Acclaimed as a commensurate entertainer, particularly in the blues guitar, singing and harmonica, Miles has been featured in a half-dozen U.S. film and video projects, on the recordings of more than a dozen Northwest artists, in addition to 21 self-produced recordings since 1995.

He has played in bars, clubs, theaters, festivals, fairs and major events throughout the states for years while recording on a guitar of his own making, which he calls his “Nobro.” He tells his delightful invention story during his performance.

Stingy Brim Olde Time Blues Project is the show opener with front man SB Slim, a mellow guy in a hat who always serves up a tasty blend of tunes from the mid-20th century.

Advance tickets are $10 and can be purchased online at www.brownpapertickets.com or at the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce; tickets will be available at the door for $12.

For more information call Cassandra Music and Supply at 253-670-4586.

 

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