Snoqualmie Valley’s own Tinkham Road in concert, May 6th

The Sallal Grange welcomes the community for a night of local music on Saturday, May 6th at 7PM featuring Tinkham Road.  Doors open at 6PM where attendees can grab some pizza (Frankie’s), beer, wine and enjoy the opening band, The North Benders. (Food and beverages available for purchase.)

It will be a night of music and storytelling with Tinkham Road, a musical collective that captures the history of the Valley, including the Salish people, traditional logging camp music, jazz, Twin Peaks and experimental sounds.

In an earlier story on Tinkham Road, band Member Jeremy Rule said, “The songs are sometimes historical tunes that have not been recorded in modern times.”

They perform original songs courtesy of band members Bob Antone and Chase Rabideau Hannah. Tinkham Road is rounded out by members Parker Antone and Ryan Donnelly. Band members have jazz, classical and folk roots and use instruments like a 100-year old musical saw and violin, cello, banjo, double bass and guitar to create their unique sound.

Members of Tinkham Road have been busy, collaborating with the Northwest Railway Museum, The Cedar River Watershed Education Center, Newport Jazz Festival, Rachel Kessler (the Stranger Magazine in Seattle), Lori Goldston (cello player from Nirvana Unplugged live in New York), and Smithsonian recognized Hank Nelson, The singing Logger.

Most recently, band members created the soundtrack for a project called, Profanity Hill: the history of Yesler Way, and the soundtrack for documentary film maker David Walega of Los Angeles.

Tickets available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets at or at the door for $15

Sallal Grange is located at 12912 432nd Ave SE in North Bend.  For more info on Tinkham Road visit their Facebook page.


Photo: Tinkham Road Facebook page.






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