Event Information

  • Fri

    KALO with Polly O'Keary opening

    Doors open @ 6:30 show begins @ 8:00pm


    KALO- Sexy guitar. Infectious rhythms. Smoky vocals. KALO is pure, heartfelt rock 'n' roll with just a tease of blues and roots. Everything about KALO is unexpected and that's exactly why they're quickly catching the eyes and ears of music lovers and industry professionals alike.

    Following the successful reception of KALO's second album, Dear John, in 2013, the blues- and roots-laced rock trio has continued touring and performing shows at great U.S. stages, headlining festivals in their home state and regionally and earning a name and a following through sweat, determination and electric stage shows.

    Polly O'Kearys eclectic blues style reflects her colorful history. She grew up in a log cabin with no electricity or plumbing, and began her music career a teen working bars in Mexico. At 19 she had a husband in prison and an 8th grade education. Twenty years later, she was a bassist for touring blues bands, playing a total of four continents, was one of the Pacific Northwests most highly awarded blues artists, and was working toward a Ph.D. Polly is today a five -time Washington Blues Society Best Female Vocalist, a three-time Best Songwriter, has won Best Album from Washington and Inland Empire blues societies, and many more awards.