What started out as a barbecue and jam at our home turned into a blow-out jam today at the Pastime Bar and Grill. Tim Naillon, on hearing about our planned barby, offered to host the jam  at the Pastime and that’s what we did. We set up the gear around noon and after a quick sound check the music filled the venerable old brick and mortar building.

The performers included Lota Duarte, Sandy Vaughn, Randy Battle, Linda Pruitt, Ron Champagne, Steve Sher, Steve Kelley, Dennis Peterson, Steve Pollard, Aaron Steiner, Andy Martincak, and from Twisp, the Slow Children At Play band. Music from several genre filled the air – Jazz, blues, folk-rock, heavy metal, rock-a-billy, and some tunes that really don’t fit in any genre except perhaps alternative.

We’d like to thank all the patrons and musicians who showed up to enjoy a day of free-spirited music making – we have some amazing talent in our little world. And some special thanks too, to Dianna and Tim Naillon for hosting such a large-scale production on short notice. We had taken over at least half of the diner area of their facility with people and gear.

3 Comments

  1. You need to take this show on the road….….. at least as far as Darrington. Steve Kelley is MIA and needs to make an appearance with his musical buddies closer to his natal region. Wish there had been some audio to go with the pictures… s i g h

  2. Beautiful Shots, Nancy!!! The one of Steve Sher in sunglasses w/Ron in background is fav…His motorcycle can be seen through the window across the street. The pic of Tim from kitchen is great. The pic of Slow Children at Play is also nice!!! Maybe Tim will consider creating another “special” menu for Saturday afternoon BBQ at the Pastime. For all of us who’d like to eat BBQ on a hot Summer day, but don’t have the skills or equipment to make it happen!

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