Last year, Pretty Little Feet finished writing and recording music for the newly-released local documentary about the 1911-1913 Mount Baker Marathon. The documentary is titled, "The Mountain Runners." We have also released a full-length album to showcase the songs and tunes. It is available now on our Music page.
Thursday 9 May, we will be playing with Goldtooth and Dave as our four-piece band, Quickdraw String Band, at the Cafe Akroteri Bar/Restaurant on Cornwall Ave in downtown Bellingham. There is no cover, and the food is delicious. Two reasons to come, and three being the music. Bring a friend and support this local gem serving the best Greek food in the region.
Saturday 11 May, we will be playing at the first annual Belle on Wheels event. Belle on Wheels is a festive event where Bellingham gets to see and try out attractive comfortable bicycles in a fair-like setting. It all happens next to the Farmer's Market, where the street will be closed off. There will also be informational booths, and products from local bike and fashion merchants. Event is from 10:30 - 2:00pm. We will be playing sometime between noon and 2:00pm.
Monday 13 May, we will be playing at the Honeymoon Mead/Wine/Cider Room. The space is warm and inviting, and they offer craft wines, meads, and hard ciders. This place is a local treasure, and a mainstay for live, local music. Mondays are happy hour all night, and a great place to come, chat, wind-down, and listen to Pretty Little Feet.
We've played a lot of really fun shows lately, thanks to those who have hosted us: Cafe Akroteri and The Fountain Bistro in Bellingham, Chair9 in Glacier, The Trainwreck Bar in Burlington, Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon, The Concrete Theater in Concrete, The County Cork, Bipartisan Cafe, Tin Shed, and Mississippi Pizza in Portland, Conor Byrne and Couth Buzzard in Seattle, Honeymoon Meadery/Winery/Cider Bar, The Green Frog, The Pickford Theatre, The Red Light, Old Town Cafe, Boundary Bay Brewery, The Blue Horse, Mount Bakery, The Swan Cafe and Food Co-op, in Bellingham, Anacortes Farmer's Market, and Anderson's General Store on Guemes Island. And thanks to all those who have come and paid us compliment. We have such fun playing our music.
With love and music,
With love and music,