Rompin’ at the Royal Room: South Seattle Summer Boogaloo, ft. The Crying Shame, The Jukehouse Hounds & Pineola

Wed, Aug 29 at 7pm

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Doors at 6:30pm
$10 GA/ $5 Kids (at door only)

To guarantee a good seat, please make your dinner reservation by emailing reservations@theroyalroomseattle.com

The Crying Shame: With witty lyrics and a gritty gothic folk vibe, this six-piece feels so comfortable on stage that they turn every room into a living room. Each person is a particular ingredient, and they somehow make up this delicious sauce, but one where you can’t identify any particular flavors. You just know it’s good. No matter if you like country, rock, or folk music, their songs are super accessible.

Arlan Lackie - Acoustic guitar, vocal, harp
Lucile - Vocals, tambourine
Eric Woodruff - Electric guitar
Teo Benson - Violin
Eric Peters - Drums
Jesse Harmonson - Bass

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The Jukehouse Hounds are just that… American roots music professionals-for-lifers who have banded together, to do it together their way, the RIGHT way — always musical, always fun, always exciting, and always engaging their audience. Dancin’, laughin’, swingin’, and howlin’ good times guaranteed.

Kelly Van Camp - drums, vocals, harmonica
Robert Lee Mitchell - keys, vocals
Keith Lowe - bass, vocals
Johnny Sangster - guitar, vocals

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Pineola is Americana; a melting pot of Country, R&B, Rock, and Folk. The five-piece band hails from Seattle, WA, but the members are all transplants from small American towns. They bring the Gulf Coast to the Pacific Coast, the Blue Mountains to the Olympic Range, the longleaf pine to the ponderosa.

Leslie Braly - acoustic guitar, vocals
John Owen - guitar, vocals
Josh Woods - bass, vocals
Dirk Lebsack - drums, vocals
Ed Brooks - pedal steel

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.