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WASTED WORDS - A Musical Tribute to the Allman Brothers

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 8:00PM
Highway 99 Blues Club
1414 Alaskan Way Seattle, Washington 98101 United States
Highway 99 Blues Club
1414 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101
Call Us: (206) 382-2171
Highway 99 Blues Club
1414 Alaskan Way Seattle, Washington 98101 United States
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Tickets: $7.00
Online ticketing for this event is closed. Tickets are still available at the door.

Wasted Words, a Seattle-based Allman Brothers tribute band, is a group of local musicians with different musical backgrounds including Rock, Blues, Classical, Jazz. The one thing they have in common is their desire to play the music of the Allman Brothers Band. While on the surface their music seems simple, it is in fact a a complex blend of many different styles. If you listen closely you'll hear everything from Bobby Blue Bland to Miles Davis and everything in between. (parts of the song Dreams were influenced by Davis' modal playing on Kind of Blue and the soundtrack to 2001 A Space Odyssey)  In listening to their early work, from a musician's standpoint, it's amazing how advanced their music was for their young age.  Musically, they were light years beyond many of their counterparts of that era. While the Allman Brothers were called a Jam Band, they were really a band that jammed. All that time spent together resulted in what Wasted Words have listened to over the years.