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                                Barry Cooper takes a break at a Vashon Events’ show.

Pete Welch Photo Barry Cooper takes a break at a Vashon Events’ show.

’70s music event at Red Bike

  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018 12:32pm
  • Arts

Vashon Events will host “Music of the 70s” at 8 p.m. Friday at the Red Bike. The evening will showcase two dozen island musicians and raise money to support the work of Vashon Events. Performers will include: Allison Shirk, Alison Willis, Amanda Kelly, Amy Cole, Andrea Walker, Andy Doussett, Barry Cooper, Chris Anderson, Christine Goering, Chuck Keller, Dan Ellsworth, Dianne Krouse, Dorsey Davis, Emily Burns, Eric Frith, Gregg Curry, Guido Perla, Jaal Mann, Jan Lofland, Jason Everett, John Browne, Joleen McCauley, Jon Whalen, Kenny Alton, Ken Widmeyer, Kevin Moe, Kevin Nortness, Loren Sinner, Martin Feveyear, Melissa Feveyear, Michael Whitmore, Rafe Wadleigh, Rick Doussett, RickVanselow, Roger Taylor, Ron Hook, Sandra Cooper, Sarah Howard, Scott Durkee, Scotty Hayes, Stephen Buffington, Stephen Cooper, Tim Norton, Tony Mann and Wesley Peterson.

A suggested $10 cover will be collected at the door.

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