Dinner and a show at Capps Club –  April 30, 2017 at 4PM


Robin Barrett & Coyote Kings featuring Tiphony Dames

Doors: 4:00 pm / Show: 5:00 pm

$20.00 Tickets includes dinner

This event is 21 and over




7620 NE Bothell Way, Kenmore, WA 98028

Close to the Eastside, Everett and Seattle

with Good Food, Dance Floor and Plenty of Parking!

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And the winners are……
Mark Dufresne Male Vocalist – Sammy Eubanks
Blues Female Vocalist – TIE – Sheri Roberts Greimes & Polly O’Keary
Electric Blues Guitar – Mark Riley
Slide Blues Guitar – Brian Richard Lee
Blues Bass – Lissa Ramaglia
Chris Leighton Blues Drummer Award – Tommy Cook
Blues Horn – John Goforth
Paul Green Blues Harmonica Award – Jim McLaughlin
Blues Piano/Keyboard – Michael Baxter
Acoustic Blues Guitar – Brett CB Benton
Blues Instrumentalist – Other – Ben Hunter – mandolin
New Blues Band – Kevin Andrew Sutton & Blue Monday
Blues Band – Patti Allen & Monster Road
Little Bill & the Blue Notes Traditional Blues Act Award – Brian Richard Lee & the Orbiters
Solo/Duo Blues Act – Randy Norris & Jeff Nicely
Blues Performer – Patti Allen
Blues Songwriter – Polly O’Keary
Washington Blues Recording – Sugar Me ~ Sammy Eubanks
Blues Club – Highway 99 Ed Maloney
Blues Writer – Rick J Bowen
Blues Photo Image – Dan Hill – Larry Williams Photo Art
Blues Graphic Image – Dennis Hacker – Sculpted Mud Guitar Freedom Fest Painting
Blues DJ – John Kessler
Keeping the Blues Alive Award -Dennis “Zab” Zyvoloski
Lifetime Achievment Award – Paul Green
WBS Hall of Fame (Individual) – Lee Oskar
WBS Hall of Fame (Band) – Isaac Scott Band
Best Non-Festival Blues Event – Snohomish Blues Invasion
Best Regional Blues Festival – Sunbanks Festival
Best Community Blues Festival – Ebey Island Freedom Fest
Open Blues Jam – Madison Avenue Pub
SPECIAL Award by the WBS Executive Board:

BLUES TO THE BONE – Paul Brown, Jeannie Whoopiekitty Baker, Dennis Dudley, Paul Caldwell, and Rick Jacobson.

Congratulations to all the Winners


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