This Month’s Band Line-up
Six Seven Lounge - Where Edgy hip meets Seattle
Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge Calendar
- Friday 10/2 – Shaggy Sweet
- Saturday 10/3 – Sunshine Junkies
- Friday 10/9 - Shaggy Sweet
- Saturday 10/10 – Klyentel
- Friday 10/16 - Rob Stewart
- Saturday 10/17 – TBD
- Friday 10/23 - RL Heyer
- Saturday 10/24 – Trainwreck
- Friday 10/30 - TBD
- Saturday 10/31 – Sunshine Junkies
Songwriters with a genuine, obvious enthusiasm for their craft can't help but attract an audience. For this simple reason, Seattle based singer/songwriter, Ben James, is on his way to earning a multitude of devoted fans. His inspired songwriting and passionate stage presence establish him as a formidable force in the music industry. Ben has been involved in various projects prior to seeking a solo career. Through the years Ben has had the opportunity to capture the Contemporary Christian Music market by fronting the band Threefold. It was during this venture that Ben had the distinct pleasure of working with Grammy winning producer Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay). With the release of four albums in a three year span Ben and Threefold toured over 30 states in North America. Since his journey as a solo artist Ben has gained interests from Independent labels, established songwriters, and producers. This attention has lead Ben into the studio to work on his solo debut digital release entitled Hell’s Door. With an undeniable talent and support from established musicians Ben James is sure to exceed all expectations.
Robert Stewart is a singer, songwriter and pub rat based out of Seattle... he performs solo and with various groups throughout the United States and Canada. He has been the front-man for Seattle group, The Fiasco
since its founding in 2002, as well as appearing solo or as part of an acoustic duo all over the Seattle area and beyond, augmenting his originals with a constant influx of new cover tunes ranging from old to new, from country to Motown to Celtic to Sinatra to Taj Mahal to Tom Petty to Waylon Jennings to Jackson 5 to you name it...
Seattle Alternative Soul artist, Whitney Mongé, is the best street performer in the Northwest according to the Seattle Weekly in 2014. She began her music journey busking in the Pike Place Market in 2007, which has since led to several opportunities such as appearances on television networks CW11, PBS, ESPN, and various radio shows like NPR’s Speaker Forum. In the beginning of Whitney’s busking stint, she was approached by filmmaker, Brian Nunes, to be apart of a documentary about street performers. For 2.5 years, Brian captured her journey from busker to professional musician and all of the struggles that came with it. Although she is inspired by an array of music, her raspy, sultry vocals are highly reminiscent of Melissa Etheridge and Tracy Chapman. Each album consists of the deep, introspective lyrics that Mongé is known for.
Amber Sweeney is an accomplished soul/rock singer, songwriter, and recording artist who recently signed with Seattle based record label, London Tone Music, to release a single as part of their 52x52: A Year In Your Ear project. Her single “Lone Sailor,” produced by Geoff Ott, was released September 1, 2014 and reached #4 on the iTunes Blues charts upon its release. Amber’s music from The Staring Line and Christmas Time have been featured on Seattle Wave Radio, Portland Radio Project, KMUZ, KZME, and KINK’s Homegrown Spotlight, among many other streaming stations worldwide. Amber’s voice, musical talent, and songwriting have also been featured in two CW television series: One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected ("Flying Machine," "Girl In The Moon," "Quicksand," "Maybe," "Stars," "Feel This" - written by Jonathan Jackson of Enation) while one half of the duo known as Everly. Her voice has also been featured in Stephen King’s film adaptation of Riding The Bullet, while bass player and back up singer for the rock band Enation. She can also be heard on another northwest band’s album, The Alleged Album by One From Many ("Tears We Cry Alone" and "Shape Of Your Heart").
Formed in a desert suburb of Los Angeles, the Cosmopolites offer a colorful blend of classical, jazz and primal groove. Travis, classically trained pianist and composer, and John, self-trained percussionist, are childhood friends who have been exploring music together most of their lives. In their five full-length albums, one can hear an eclectic span of the spectrum of music, from tonal jazz to electronic, funk to baroque, glam rock to ambient. Their albums, completely self-produced and self-recorded, are multi-layered dreamscapes which take full advantage of the luxuries offered by the studio environment. Their live show, in contrast, highlights the power and energy of real-time performance, offering stripped-down, visceral versions of their well-crafted compositions.
The Black Chevys
The Black Chevys are a Rockin Soul band founded by Robby Little. Robby's groove oriented bass and soft voice delivers some smooth RnB and Pop cuts. While Toro the guitar player brings forward an indie rock aspect, with his songs "In The Morning" and "Never". Craig on keywords has some funky smooth chops and even smoother vocals. And Ozzie on drums, the backbone of the band! We play a mix of our own original music, instrumentals and covers.
LINE-UP OF COCKTAILS
Hell on Wheels/$15
del maguey vida, don julio reposado, firewater tincture, agave, lime, salt
ford’s, aperol, lillet
New Fall Menu
The best of fall happens right on the shores of Elliott Bay. Our culinary celebration begins with a new sensational dinner menu and new bar menu from Executive Chef Jesse Souza starting October 20th!