Best of the NW Tribute Show!
5219 Pacific Hwy E
Fife, WA, 98424
Jar of Flies
"JAR OF FLIES" is a gathering of top Seattle musicians with an addiction to live energy and showmanship. In honor of Alice in Chains, the Seattle, WA based tribute bands "JAR OF FLIES" bring an authentic and powerful sonic experience. They do not try to look like the bands, act like the bands, or try to "be" the bands; they just painstakingly recreate and make sure that they sound exactly like the albums.
Washed In Black
Washed in Black is comprised of a group of seasoned musicians reigning from the great Pacific Northwest. Banded together to pay homage to the music of Pearl Jam and to bring the full concert experience of one of the most prolific bands of our time.
Through our tribute, in both full electric and unplugged acoustic formats, we aim to capture the sound, spirit, and vibe that helped to define a new era in rock. It is our goal with each performance to share the Pearl Jam experience with our friends and fans. Tipping a bottle of wine to you......
Outshined plays all your favorite SOUNDGARDEN songs, with a selection of Temple Of The Dog classics peppered in for an amazing sonic experience.
Truly a world class act, featuring top notch musicians who are all dedicated fans of the music, OUTSHINED brings a powerful show to any stage.
Before Pearl Jam, there was Mother Love Bone. Future Pearl Jam members Stone Gossard (guitar) and Jeff Ament (bass) were founders of this Seattle-based glam/punk outfit, which was fronted by flamboyant singer Andrew Wood. But despite countless accolades from the press and their peers, the group's career was cut short before it could truly blossom due to tragedy.
In Tribute to this this amazing band that was far too short lived, the members of WIB have joined forces with front man Jacques LeJeune to share this incredible music again. As with WIB we are first and foremost fans of a band and the music we love. Just five guys getting together to pay homage to some of the greats of an era of rock that changed the face of music the world over.
Andrew Wood called it Love Rock. Peace.