Sep
29
8:30 PM20:30

Bilongo Quintet

Bilongo Quintet w/Sabrina Gomez (vocals) returns to the Honey Moon. Afro-Latin jazz with vocals in Spanish. Plus food, mead, beer, wine... you get the picture!

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender. 

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Sep
28
8:30 PM20:30

Michael Tolf Album Release

Local singer/song writer, Michael Tolf, will be sharing songs from his NEW album, "Where The Rivers Run" - on Friday night/Sept 28th/8:30 - 10:30pm.  Michael will be joined by his lovely harmony girl, Bria Michelle...and his electronic drummer, Phil!  You'll find that the Rivers run deep, on Michael's new album...as he sings about the love that flows, in and out of our lives...over the course of our life time.  These songs are sure to bless your heart...and haunt you, as well.

21+ only, no cover.

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Sep
27
8:00 PM20:00

RSS Trio Jazz Jam

Join us for every Thursday for an all-era jazz jam with the RSS Trio! Featuring Scot Ranney on the keys, Andrew Simmons on upright bass, and Jerry Steinhilber on drums. House band 8-9. Open jam 9-10:30PM. 

Delight in the scene while enjoying our wildflower honey mead, English style hard apple cider, cakes from Pure Bliss, homemade mac-and-cheese, and more!

Free and all ages welcome as always. Please tip your band and bartender.

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Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

Gather Round: True Stories Told Live

Join Bellingham's monthly forum for people who love a good story. If you haven't been with us before, here's the scoop: Gather Round is inspired by The Moth, the New York based non-profit dedicated to "true stories told live." We believe that nothing binds a community together like shared stories. Our format is Open Mic: prospective tellers prepare a story based on the evening’s theme and submit their names before the show starts. Our rules are simple: 

1. Stories must be true and personal, that is, they must relate something that actually happened, and that directly affected the teller. 
2. Stories must be told, not read -- they must be performed without notes.
3. Stories last approximately 5-8 minutes. 

We're committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for all sorts of stories to be shared. Funny stories, sad stories, stories about small triumphs or epic defeats; stories about friends, about families, about the search for love or justice; stories about the human condition and how we cope with it on any given day. Come tell us a story, or just sit back and listen as others share theirs.

One more thing: our space is small and seating is limited -- come early to get a good spot!

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Sep
22
8:00 PM20:00

Fritz and the Freeloaders

Acoustic-based rock, pop, country and much more. Great vocals. All eras: Elvis to Eve 6, Johnny Cash to Jimmy Eat World. Toe-tapping originals, too!

Fun tidbit:

Who is Fritz? He was our original bass player's lovable guide dog. When Dave left the name stuck, and Fritz evolved from a flesh-and-blood presence to logo and mythological spirit.

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender. 

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Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

Fisher Poets SeaFeast

Downtown Bellingham comes alive on Friday night to jump-start Bellingham SeaFeast 2018 with music, storytelling, poetry readings, and sea shanty sing-a-longs. 

Fishers from near and far, accustomed to mending and hauling nets, will show up to pluck guitar strings and entertain with original poems, stories, and songs over local ales and meads.

More info at www.bellinghamseafeast.com

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Sep
20
8:00 PM20:00

RSS Trio Jazz Jam

Join us for every Thursday for an all-era jazz jam with the RSS Trio! Featuring Scot Ranney on the keys, Andrew Simmons on upright bass, and Jerry Steinhilber on drums. House band 8-9. Open jam 9-10:30PM. 

Delight in the scene while enjoying our wildflower honey mead, English style hard apple cider, cakes from Pure Bliss, homemade mac-and-cheese, and more!

Free and all ages welcome as always. Please tip your band and bartender.

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Sep
15
8:30 PM20:30

Edlyn Clevenger

We're happy to welcome Edlyn Clevenger back to the Honey Moon! She has been collecting thoughts and tunes for over a decade to compile some compelling original musical material. Edlyn will be playing two beautiful instruments: a Flatiron Octave Mandolin from Bozeman, MT, and an A-style mandolin made by Port Townsends’ James Island.

At times you’ll be floating in ambiance, at others you’ll groove along. A mix sure to delight bodies and brains. Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender.

For a few sound bite samples, check out www.edlynclevenger.com

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Sep
14
8:30 PM20:30

Wallpaper Print Zine Release Show

WALLPAPER is a zine and reading series dedicated to exposing all genres of art, specifically work that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves.

Birthed from The Antarctican, a zine founded in Chicago with a similar mission, Wallpaper is a platform for people to share work that they feel passionately about. Work that gives them a chill down their spine. Work that has changed them, or others. We want to bring light to those stories, those creations, that tend to stay in the background, covered up by your grandmother’s couch, or a big screen TV.

Join this special release show featuring readings and live music!

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Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

RSS Trio Jazz Jam

Join us for every Thursday for an all-era jazz jam with the RSS Trio! Featuring Scot Ranney on the keys, Andrew Simmons on upright bass, and Jerry Steinhilber on drums. House band 8-9. Open jam 9-10:30PM. 

Delight in the scene while enjoying our wildflower honey mead, English style hard apple cider, cakes from Pure Bliss, homemade mac-and-cheese, and more!

Free and all ages welcome as always. Please tip your band and bartender.

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Sep
11
8:30 PM20:30

Queen's Bluegrass

Tonight we welcome Queen's Bluegrass, entertainers to Pacific Northwest audiences for over 30 years. Founder Ernie Queen, a native of the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, passed on in 2015. Before his passing, Ernie asked band members Aaron Maas and Kevin Fazio to "keep playing the music." Join us for an evening of traditional bluegrass and gospel music with hot picking and tight harmonies.

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender.

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Sep
7
8:30 PM20:30

The McHugh Boys

The McHugh Boys are back to share more music with you at their favorite Bellingham haunt! Many changes in the repertoire, all good! Lots of new surprises as well. Avery is playing a bigger and bigger role and will melt your hearts. 

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender. 

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Sep
6
8:00 PM20:00

RSS Trio Jazz Jam

Join us for every Thursday for an all-era jazz jam with the RSS Trio! Featuring Scot Ranney on the keys, Andrew Simmons on upright bass, and Jerry Steinhilber on drums. House band 8-9. Open jam 9-10:30PM. 

Delight in the scene while enjoying our wildflower honey mead, English style hard apple cider, cakes from Pure Bliss, homemade mac-and-cheese, and more!

Free and all ages welcome as always. Please tip your band and bartender.

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Sep
5
8:30 PM20:30

Open Mic with Guest Host Scot Casey

Pace is on vacation but you're left in the capable hands of former host and genuine gent Sir Scot Casey. We're happy to have him back in town for a spell so join us for what shall be a cathartic eve.

Call in at 5PM to sign up via 360-734-0728. Singers and storytellers, pickers and poets, all ages welcome as always. Please tip your bartender and support the Honey Moon. Cheers!

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Sep
4
8:30 PM20:30

Madeline McNeill

Trained in opera, Madeline McNeill brings "high art" to small spaces. Mixing jazz, electronic music, and poetry to create an arthouse experience that is intellectual and sensual, with a pinch of wit. 

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your performer and bartender.

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Sep
1
8:30 PM20:30

Rita Ruby

Rita Ruby's strong and melodic voice will take you on a journey across American back roads to an Appalachian front porch, a roadhouse music hall, or the front pew of a country church. Rita sings a repertoire of classic country (Carter family to Louvin brothers, Emmylou Harris, and more), bluegrass, gospel, as well as originals of her own. She has been a singer since the age of two, when her grandfather first stood her on a piano bench at the baptist church where he preached. Rita performs and also teaches singing at her home base in Chicago, as well as at national and international music events.

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your performer and bartender.

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Aug
30
8:00 PM20:00

RSS Trio Jazz Jam

Join us for every Thursday for an all-era jazz jam with the RSS Trio! Featuring Scot Ranney on the keys, Andrew Simmons on upright bass, and Jerry Steinhilber on drums. House band 8-9. Open jam 9-10:30PM. 

Delight in the scene while enjoying our wildflower honey mead, English style hard apple cider, cakes from Pure Bliss, homemade mac-and-cheese, and more!

Free and all ages welcome as always. Please tip your band and bartender.

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Aug
28
7:00 PM19:00

Gather Round: True Stories Told Live

Join Bellingham's monthly forum for people who love a good story. If you haven't been with us before, here's the scoop: Gather Round is inspired by The Moth, the New York based non-profit dedicated to "true stories told live." We believe that nothing binds a community together like shared stories. Our format is Open Mic: prospective tellers prepare a story based on the evening’s theme and submit their names before the show starts. Our rules are simple: 

1. Stories must be true and personal, that is, they must relate something that actually happened, and that directly affected the teller. 
2. Stories must be told, not read -- they must be performed without notes.
3. Stories last approximately 5-8 minutes. 

We're committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for all sorts of stories to be shared. Funny stories, sad stories, stories about small triumphs or epic defeats; stories about friends, about families, about the search for love or justice; stories about the human condition and how we cope with it on any given day. Come tell us a story, or just sit back and listen as others share theirs.

One more thing: our space is small and seating is limited -- come early to get a good spot!

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Aug
25
8:30 PM20:30

Madz

Join Madz and her band for an evening of violin-based experimental rock. Featuring electronic violin/vocals as the centerpiece, Madz incorporates a modern sound with hints of minimalism and experimental pop.

Free and all ages welcome as always! Please tip your band and bartender.

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