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May 31st at The Tractor Tavern: Tom Eddy, Heatwarmer, and Pollens

Tom Eddy

The Tractor Tavern is in for a night of Indie Blues-driven Folk on Friday, May 31st. Seattle native, Tom Eddy (also Beat Connection vocalist), is playing along with openers Heatwarmer and Pollens. “Tractor booker Greg Garcia offered me the opportunity to put together a bill of my choosing.  In my humble opinion, the resulting bill showcases some of the most amazing bands/musicians in Seattle,” Eddy stated.

Fans of Tom Eddy’s music have no doubt been awaiting this next show. “We haven’t played a show since City Arts Fest when we opened up of Blind Pilot at the ShowBox,” Tom stated, “But we have been practicing a lot getting ready for various recording sessions.  We decided to track everything live on the record, so it feels like we have been continually getting ready for a show that never happens.  Its been an awesome process so far.”

Tom Eddy’s next album is set to be released in August or September, with a single from the record to be released in June.

Watch Tom Eddy perform the title track off his 2012 EP The Bread Maker’s Blues and skip down for full show details.

Tom Eddy ‘Bread Maker’s Blues’ from Owl Sessions on Vimeo.

Show Details:

Time: 9:30 PM
Place: The Tractor Tavern, 5213 Ballard Ave NW Seattle, WA 98107
Cost: Tickets cost $10. They can be purchased at the door or online at ticketweb
This show is 21+.

Tom Eddy Show Poster

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