The Mrs. Bill Larsens / The Basements / The Moonspinners
Fri, Dec 17 at 8pm
Doors: 6:30 pm
COVID PROTOCOLS: All events will require proof of vaccination to enter the venue, masks worn unless actively consuming food or drink, and we will be closely monitoring guidelines and recommendations to make sure we are doing everything we can to protect our community.
To guarantee a good seat, please make your dinner reservation through our reservations page on our website.
Advance tickets can only be purchased online-we do not sell advance tickets at the venue. Refunds are not available within 48 hours of the event. Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
The Mrs. Bill Larsens play the iconic sounds of the 1960's Girl Groups. They spring from The original Dynette Set. Their repertoire includes The Supremes, The Shangri-Las, Martha & The Vandellas, The Chiffons, Dusty Springfield and many more! They are an 8-piece band with three female singers - and three-part harmonies - who trade lead vocals. They are comprised of three former original members of The Dynette Set as well as members of The Sympathy Cards, The Squirrels and Manooghi Hi. This is a really
fun band live. We encourage you to put on your dancing shoes and have a ball!
Vocals: Penta Swanson, Ava Chakravarti, and Cathy Sorbo
Sax: Leif Coleman
Rhythm Guitar: Brent Pennington
Bass: Casey Allen
Drums: Dave Guinn
Lead Guitar: Bill Larsen
The Moonspinners play a wide variety of music with a 60's pop attitude, ranging in style from soul, girl group, ye-ye, Italian pop, lounge, garage rock, 70's punk and even a few originals tossed in. They combine insouciance with sophistication, vibrant, FUN, FUN, FUN, and might even get you on your feet for a dance or two !!
The Basements formed in Ballard many years ago, with members of various bands, while drinking and listening to live rock n roll. If memory serves, it was, in fact, a purpose-built, “one show” idea, and a decade later, the shows keep appearing! The Basement is Etta James’ and Sugar Pie DeSantos’, and that’s where it’s at! It’s taking the soul-powered garage (too cold in there) and moving it indoors, baby - it’s a NITE KLUB - and YOU’RE INVITED.