Chalet Bowl Stage

10 – 11:15am Cowgirl’s Dream

Western Swing & Americana Music. Cowgirl’s Dream is the dream of singer/bass guitarist Kristi Nebel. The band specializes in western swing interspersed with the Americana songs of her husband, Steve Nebel, with the occasional cowboy song thrown in just to make things interesting. In an evening with “Cowgirl’s Dream” you can expect a little bit of diversity in that you can’t really have an accordion in a band without a polka now and then. Kristi is particularly enamoured of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, a number of their songs in the band repertoire.  Kristi’s first solo CD has been nominated by the Academy of Western Artists for both best song and best female artist of 2014. The song, “Swingin’ In Tucson”, written by Joe Weihe, and Greg Scott is has been #1 on the Swingin’ West radio show out of Seymour, Texas. cowgirlsdream.sknebel.com

11:30 – 12:45pm Reflections – DeDe and Bruce

A duo with Dede Sullivan and Bruce Cosacchi performing an impressive collection of standards – Big Band favorites, pop tunes, ballads, Rock and Roll, Latin, and more.

1 – 2:10pm Kimball and The Fugitives

Eclectic mix of blues, jazz and swing. Stickshift Annie with Kimball and the Fugitives features the flying fingers of Kimball Conant on lead guitar and vocals, one of the tightest rhythm sections in the Northwest with Phil Lane on bass and John Rockwell on drums, and the sultry vocals of Annie Eastwood. stickshiftannie.com

2:30 – 3:45pm Scott Lindenmuth Trio

The Scott Lindenmuth Trio performs unique arrangements of jazz standards and original music featuring dynamic group improvisation and spontaneous, creative soloing. scottlindenmuth.com

4 – 5pm Cynthia Alexander

Cynthia Alexander is a singer-songwriter, composer and guitar player who moved to the US in 2012. Throughout her 20-year career, Cynthia has released three studio albums and a live album. She now lives in Tacoma. She will be performing acoustic world fusion music with long time friends Camelia Jade and Mike Antone of the Pacific Northwest acoustic group ‘Strong Sun Moon’.  cynthialexander.com