Courtesy Everett Bone
SEASIDE — Everett Bone returns to Seaside Brewing Co. (851 Broadway St.) for a couple of sets of live music as a one-man band 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11.
Bone juggles a few music projects ranging from rock to something he has a hard time describing but likes to call “steamgypsypunkjazzrocksurfgrass.” The last time he played in Seaside, it was with this eclectic mix of music in his band Cascadian Airship.
An accomplished musician and songwriter, Bone is well-versed in many instruments. He’s been singing and playing guitar in solo shows off and on for more than 15 years. He recently added drums his repertoire.
“I noticed that people would dance more if there was a band with a beat, yet a lot of venues don’t make it profitable for bands anymore. So I put pedals on a snare and kick drum, and shazam! I’m a band with only one person to pay,” Bone said. “I miss the layered instrumentation of a full band when I play like this, but it’s fun in a different way, and a challenge to try and play with all appendages while singing.”
Everett Bone has opened for many well-known acts, including Eddie Money, Blue Oyster Cult, Kansas and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and has been recording music of various styles and genres for more than 20 years.
Expect to hear songs you know and some original music as well.