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Awaken from winter to the fresh sounds, new faces, and old favorites of Pablo Streams spring series! A free streaming concert series, Pablo Streams offers an HD visual and sound streaming performance experience highlighting our region’s most talented artists.

Register here: https://ev6.perigonlive.com/4-evt57fe900e4cbf4d29b666d2b8006ecb93

This program is made possible by the generous support of Bischoff Guitars.

ABOUT SUNDAE + MR. GOESSL
Sundae + Mr. Goessl features award-winning vocalist Kate Voss (Earshot Magazine's Vocalist of the Year, two-time Seattle-Kobe Vocal Jazz Princess) and tireless virtuoso guitarist, Jason Goessl. This charming wife/husband duo has a style all their own and incorporate humor, vintage style, interesting instrumentation, nostalgia and serious musicianship in their act. While some label their style as "Vintage Pop" and others deem it "Cowboy Jazz" there's one adjective that everyone can agree on: delightful.

Bringing back the sounds from a by-gone era and spreading the joy of music like Johnny Appleseed, Sundae + Mr. Goessl have been in the business of delighting audiences across the US for the past 6 years. Recently married, the couple has put out 6 albums and has performed 1000+ shows. The couple has successfully drafted an act that encompasses virtuosity, jazz, pop, Americana, country, charm, fashion, comedy, and vaudeville with accolades and awards to boot.

HOW IT WORKS
- Follow the registration button.
- Fill out the registration form for the event on the page.
- Once you registered, you will receive an email with event information and a link to join the live stream.
- The live stream will be accessible on any browser using the Perigon link provided in the email.

If you have any problems, questions or concerns, please contact us at info@pablocenter.org.

https://www.facebook.com/events/258873835657222/

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Date

Apr 1 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Pablo Center at the Confluence
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