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Bremerton Boardwalk Waterfront
120 Washington Beach Ave, Bremerton, Washington 98337
Don't miss The Dusty 45s
The Dusty 45s have inspired and fired up crowds for over two decades. With a dynamic sound and signature style, they champion the foundations of American music to the delight of fans and critics alike. Ripping through their original hits while paying homage to the likes of Buddy Holly, Herb Alpert, Johnny Cash and Louis Armstrong, the band brings audiences to their feet and leaves them begging for more. Their finished product is a sizzling sound uniquely their own.
Led by singer/songwriter and trumpeteer, Billy Joe Huels, the band features Jerry Battista (lead guitar), Robin Cady (upright bass), Kohen Burrill (drums), and William Stover (piano). Huels and his outfit have steadily built their fan base at festivals and roadhouses around the country, including 7 appearances at Bumbershoot, and as support with Wanda Jackson on Adele's «21» tour in 2011. In 2015 they were featured on the Cayamo Music Cruise, alongside top artists, Lyle Lovett, John Prine, Lucinda Williams, Kacey Musgraves and Brandi Carlisle. The band was also recently featured at Seattle's renowned 5th Avenue Theatre in their production of the musical, “Grease”. This marked a return to the 5th Avenue stage for Huels who starred as Buddy Holly in the theatre’s acclaimed production of «The Buddy Holly Story».
Also, Jack Parker
Over the span of his 20-year career, Jack Parker has taken his life-long journey through the peaks and valleys, and shaped a musical sound reminiscent of a timeless America. For years, Parker has been the ingenious six-string slinger interpreting other people’s songs from “stage-right” as a founding member of Tumbledown, and Rocky Point All-Stars (Parker was also a guitarist for the legendary Bremerton punk band MxPx from 2011-2016), but more recently he has taken center-stage to write, sing, and play his own songs that have an air of rambling down the open road, but ultimately a longing for coming home. His roots lie in the heart of the great Pacific Northwest, right next to the shores of Puget Sound.