Basin Summer Sounds Music Festival

July 21st, 22nd, Ephrata Washington

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2017 Schedule

Friday July 21st

5:00 - The Stoney River Band
7:00 - Jones and Fischer
9:00 - Spike and The Impalers

 

 

Saturday July 22nd

1:00 - Alec Shaw and Friends
2:30 - Ranger and The Re-Arrangers
4:00 - Briana Renea
5:30 - Nitewave
7:00 - Brewer’s Grade
9:00 - XEB

( XEB- Original Former Members of Third Eye Blind )

 

2017 Performing Artists

 

Friday July 21st Performers

Stoney River Band

Stoney River Band

Home-grown Stoney River Band kicks off the 2017 Basin Summer Sounds lineup at 5 p.m. Lead singer/guitar player Gordy Grenier is from Coulee City; he is joined by band members Doug Thompson, John Tillman and Dave Bomstad. The group plays new and classic country favorites.    Stoney River Band >

Jones and Fischer

Jones and Fischer

Keeping with the country theme, Jones & Fischer takes the stage at 7 p.m. Darin Jones and Caleb Fischer are the front men of this Pacific Northwest-based group. Jones & Fischer was named the top country band in Washington by King 5’s "Best Of" in 2014 and 2015.     Jones and Fischer >

Spike and The Impalers

Spike and The Impalers

Back by popular demand are Spike and the Impalers (Friday, 9 p.m.). The classic rock band was formed over a decade ago, and continues to collect fans as members Jeff Kathan, Lynn Sorensen, Susan Kendall-Morais, Scott ‘Junior’ Adams, Manuel Morais, Steve Hannah and lead singer Spike O’Neill perform throughout the Puget Sound.      Spike and The Impalers >

Saturday July 22nd Performers

Rylei Franks

Alec Shaw and Friends

Alec Shaw (and Friends) opens the Saturday schedule at 1 p.m. The Seattle-based musician/producer first picked up the guitar in fourth grade, and soon added singing/songwriting to his repertoire. His debut album, "Car Town," was released in 2016. An eclectic group of nine musicians join Alec during live shows.      Alec Shaw >

Ranger and the Re-Arrangers

Ranger & the Re-Arrangers

Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their version of Gypsy jazz. “At the heart of their sound is Ranger Sciacca's sweet violin playing… his sense of melody and daring improvisations” (World Rhythm). The band’s repertoire includes swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, the music of Django Reinhardt, and Ranger's unique originals. Past Performances have included: Seattle Art Museum, Edmonds Concerts in the Park, the Burke Museum, Best of the Northwest Arts Festival, Vin du Lac Winery, Djangofest Northwest, Pender Harbour Jazz Festival, and Ethnic Fest Tacoma.      Ranger & the Re-Arrangers >

Briana Renea

Briana Renea

Briana Renea knew she was destined for the stage the first time she stepped out onto one at the age of four. This talented 21 year old singer / songwriter from Oregon knows who she is and what she wants and has made a name for herself in music circles throughout the Northwest. Briana comes by her country roots naturally, growing up in a rural farm community in Canby, Oregon working with livestock and with her hands. For all of that, she shines brightest on stage with a mic in her hand, singing her soul out to her passionately engaged fans around the area.      Briana Renea >

Nite Wave

Nite Wave

Nite Wave, Seattle’s favorite 80’s band, draws inspiration from Duran Duran, Tears for Fears, WHAM!, Spandau Ballet, The Police and other 80s super groups. Members Evan, Jeff, Dave, Jim and Michael have opened for Billy Idol. Nite Wave performs at 5:30 p.m.      Nite Wave >

Brewers Grade

Brewer's Grade

Brewer’s Grade (7 p.m.). The group has been delivering original country music since 2013. Zac Grooms (guitar, vocals) and Cody Christopherson (drums) have been performing together for 16 years; they are joined by brothers Al (guitar) and Nolan (bass) Hare, and fiddle player Joe Smart.      Brewer’s Grade >

 

The Railers

XEB ( XEB- Original Former Members of Third Eye Blind )

XEB brings together former and original members Kevin Cadogan, Tony Fredianelli and Arion Salazar of 90s group Third Eye Blind, known for hits "Semi-Charmed Life" and "Jumper." Lead guitarist Cadogan penned 10 of the 14 songs on Third Eye Blind’s debut album in 1997. Fredianelli plays guitar, and bassist Salazar has written many songs, including TEB’s "Never Let You Go."       XEB >

Media

Many great Artists and bands throughout the years.

Directions

Basin Summer Sounds is located at the beautiful and historic Grant County Courthouse.

2017 Sponsors

A Special Thanks to all our Basin Summer Sound Sponsors. Please take time to thank then and support them!!

 

Sponsoring Basin Summer Sounds

Basin Summer Sounds is the largest free contemporary music and arts festival in the Northwest, featuring a progressive mix of live music, children's activities, visual arts. a charity 3 on 3 Basketball tournament and much more. The two-day festival showcases performers from all over the northwest and beyond on the lawn of the historic Grant County Courthouse.

Sponsor Benefits

Direct access to approximately 25,000 attendees | Media Marketing reaching over 4.5 million | Branded entertainment | Multiple programming platforms offering targeted lifestyle and experiential marketing | Inclusion in an award media campaign.

More Information

For complete details on available sponsorship levels and benefits, download the Sponsor Opportunities PDF, or contact us to create a customized package designed to meet your marketing objectives and budget. Email our Sponsorship Director at ephratawachamber@gmail.com

Contact

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Contact Info

Ephrata Chamber of Commerce

PO Box 275 Ephrata, WA 98823

(509) 754-4656

ephratawachamber@gmail.com

 

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