Hope to see you there!
Hotel Albatross Ballard
2319 NW Market St
Small combo Lushy: HAPPY HOUR — FRIDAY, MAR 18th 5:30p-8p at Osteria Rigoletto under the historical Stack House (Supply Laundry Building) between Republican St & Harrison St in the Cascade Neighborhood- 420 Pontius Ave N. — Happy hour prices on drinks and snacks from 5PM-8PM !! Lushy loves a good Happy Hour.
It’s time to start working on your costume for Vito’s Halloween Party with Lushy!
Sat, October 29, 9pm – Sun, October 30, 2am
The Hideout, The Sorrento and Vito’s Proudly Present the Second Annual ER COSTUME CRAWL
Join us for the second annual ER Costume Crawl with a $500.00 grand prize for best costume! First Hill rounds up a great turnout for this artist fueled costume party, and all three destinations have great music and festivities planned – DJ Stack spinning records at the Hideout, Lushy performing at Vito’s and a haunted suite at the Sorrento to boot! It is a great party, with no cover charge, but you must be 21+ with proper id and you must be in costume – it’s just too crowded otherwise! Grab a room at the Sorrento and settle in for a wild and crazy time!
Check out photos of the great costumes here http://www.flickr.com/photos/27485444@N06/6301129526/
Hello Gang, Lushy will be coming out of the basement on Friday, August 19th for a special summertime show at http://vitosseattle.com/ playing 3 sets from 9pm-midnight. We have several new songs to debut and we’ll also be digging into the deeper parts of our catalogue playing you some tunes we haven’t played in years. The Lushy line up for the evening will be Andy Sodt- sax, flute, melodica and ukelele; Annabella Kirby-vocal…s, shakers; Patrick Napper- guitar, trumpet, flugelhorn; Shane Peck- drums. Hope to see you at the show !!!
LUSHY at VITO’S
Friday, August 19
Poster by Rod Filbrandt
Vito’s is an iconic restaurant and lounge located on First Hill. Opened in 1953, it has a history rich in cocktail culture, organized crime and east coast, family style Italian food.
In April of 2010, Jeff Scott and Greg Lundgren purchased this Seattle institution and began a major restoration of the space. Their goal is to return Vito’s to the glamor and style of the 1950s, respect its colorful past and set the course for a 21st-century resurrection. Over the years the club has fallen into disrepair and poor alterations. They have replaced the dance floor with a performance space centered around a grand piano, with lounge singers, jazz trios and Lynchian curiosities that will dazzle and entertain into the early morning.
927 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, Wa 98104
Here we are warming up for a gig in pdx.