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Tag: Junkyard Jane


Blues Vespers this Sunday at Immanuel Presbyterian Church Tacoma features Junkyard Jane and stories from their recent Habitat Build in Guatemala

This month’s Blues Vespers at Tacoma’s Immanuel Presbyterian is a week later than normal – because the pastor and lead vocalist have just returned from an International Habitat Build in Guatemala. Featured band for Vespers this month is perennial favorites Junkyard Jane, and vocalist Leanne Trevalyan will have lots of stories to tell alongside Pastor Dave Brown and others from their recent Habitat trip.

Joining Trevalyan at the free monthly music-and-poetry blues event will be Junkyard Jane guitar regular Billy Stoops, drummer Trev Cutler, bassist Lissa Ramagglia and saxophonist Scotty Harris. Their newest CD, “F-Bombs and Love Letters,”

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Free Arts Month: Junkyard Jane at the Blues Vespers

Churches are often great places to find free music. In Tacoma, Christ Church Episcopal has a fantastic classical choir and Brombaugh organ; Bethany Lutheran has a full five-octave handbell choir; and Immanuel Presbyterian in the North Slope district has a Blues Vespers service, famous for enticing some of the best blues/jazz bands in the area. Tonight the band was Junkyard Jane, with a Martin Luther King Day reflection in the middle.

If you’re thinking of going, get there early. The Vespers is popular, and the streets were parked up several blocks in each direction. While the church was full, there

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