Join us every Saturday night in Westport, Washington for the LOGE Concert Series curated by Artist Home!
The Sands Cafe is open so you can grab snacks when you come for the concert! (Bonus, this provides an indoor venue so we can move the fun inside if the weather doesn't cooperate.)
FREE | OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | DOG + KID FRIENDLY
Here's a little bit about this week's featured artist(s):
Breaks and Swells
Seattle’s Breaks and Swells have steadily gained notoriety as one of the premier live acts in the city. The power and energy of their performances have convinced even hardened Northwest crowds to dance. In the wake of their first self-titled EP and several follow-up singles, the band have given feature performances at Capitol Hill Block Party, Macefield Festival, Noise for the Needy and Seattle’s venerable Hoodstock. The band recently released their Erik Blood (Shabazz Palaces, Tacocat, Knife Knights) produced record, We Will Not Despair, in Summer 2018, earning the group mentions by City Arts, Artist Home, and KEXP.
Formed in 2012, Breaks and Swells centers around Marquetta Miller on vocals, Derrick Jones on drums, Brice Ervin on bass, and guitarist Dylon Tubb, with the remaining roster filled out by a rotating crew of some of Seattle's finest musicians.
2018 Listen Up! Women in Music grant recipient, Seattle based singer/songwriter Tekla Waterfield lives in the wide-open realm of Americana Roots music, incorporating elements of folk, country, indie, rhythm and blues, and soul.
Waterfield has had songs placed in two independent films including the "Beverly Hills Bandit", in which Tekla played a cameo role and with appearances by Eric Roberts and Ron Jeremy, and was premiered at the Warner Brother's Studio in Los Angeles, and in "Undeserved", a faith-based film which won multiple awards at Christian Film Festivals. A song from her recent release has just been selected to be added to a third independent film soundtrack.
Tekla's influences range from Courtney Barnett, to The Velvet Underground, Gillian Welch, War on Drugs, The Cowboy Junkies, Wilco, Courtney Barnett, Frazey Ford, Bill Withers and more.
In addition to live performances with her band, Tekla lends her vocals to others for recordings and occasional live appearances, is an active member of Seattle's Bushwick Book Club, a group of artists who create work in response to literature, performs regularly at SeaTac Airport as part of the Experience the City of Music Project, was a long time open mic host in Seattle, and is a featured vocalist with the highly revered Seattle Rock Orchestra.