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The Feb. 21 Iverson Brothers concert raised $2,000 for the North Kitsap High School Music Department, according to a press release. The event, held in the North Kitsap Auditorium, was also the formal CD release for the band.
The holiday is a time to reflect, to look forward, and to celebrate. This New Year’s Eve, Kitsap will celebrate in an array of ways — from pub parties to bingo with friends. Whatever your preference, there’s something to do this Dec. 31.
Mary Lambert, the Seattle-born signer, songwriter and spoken word artist has, for several years, been a spokesperson for gay rights. In her latest show of support, Lambert will perform a benefit concert for Kitsap Q-Youth Resources on Sept. 6, 8 p.m. at Seattle Town Hall in downtown Seattle.
The Northwest is known for a regional sound culminating in, and resonating from, Seattle. But one of the area’s more promising up-and-coming bands hails from Kitsap’s own backyard.