Seattle’s own Kuli Loach hops on the Rex Musical Caravan April 17, 2011 with a memorable evening at Seattle’s legendary Blue Moon, which is celebrating its 77th anniversary this year. The venue was the home of the area’s longest-running Dead night, which returns one more time in honor of the occasion. Kuli Loach plays from 6-9 p.m., followed by DJ Richard Lee playing live recordings of the Grateful Dead until midnight.
Kuli Loach is generously contributing 50 percent of ticket and bar proceeds, as well as 100 percent of all direct donations, to the Rex Foundations, so if you’re in the Seattle area on Sunday, April 17, come dance the night away for Rex!
Kuli Loach played their first show June 21, 1986 at a land-warming party in Snohomish, Washington. The current core group includes Ron Dickson (guitar, vocals and songwriting), Mick Lane (guitar, vocals), Ed Coke (drums, harp and vocals), and the new guy of the last six years, Larry Penoza (bass, vocals).
712 NE 45th
Live Loach 6-9 p.m.
Dead Night 9 p.m.-Midnight