Posts Tagged ‘The Deep Cuts’

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Feedback Lounge 2015

January 4, 2015

Feedback Lounge 2015

A new year means more opportunities to bring new events/live music to the Feedback Lounge, as well as introducing you to more of our award-winning craft cocktails, courtesy of Matt, Amanda and Jordan, three of the best mixologists in the city.

LIVE MUSIC
We’ve always tried to mix it up in terms of the live music we bring to the Feedback: blues, R&B, classic rock, nostalgia, tributes, hair rock, dance, soul, jazz, rockabilly and more. In 2015, we will continue to do that with never a cover charge. That’s the West Seattle way.

Looking ahead, we have the incredible Into The Cold returning, along with Kirk Dubb, Black Vinyl All-Stars, Gerald Collier, The Dusty 45s, Led Zeppelin tribute, Rippin Chicken (house residency here first Wednesday of each month), and an incoming slew of live album release shows.

LIVE BLUES
We’re also continuing our weekly Blues To Do Live series (every Tuesday night, 8PM), featuring the best blues and all of its off-shoots in the entire Pacific Northwest. This series – now a year old – has turned into a blues lover’s jackpot; the caliber and quality of the blues artists that come in are near to staggering. And if you can’t make it in, each show streams on the internet at bluestodo.com.

LIVE COMEDY
Continuing with Just Laugh It Off, our once a month live standup comedy series. Each show features six of Seattle’s rising star comedians, some of whom have been getting national attention. The shows are free and start at 8PM.

SEATTLE POKER OPEN
New to the Feedback Lounge this year is the Seattle Poker Open, beginning January 15th and running every Thursday, 7PM thereafter. Wanna release your inner poker shark? Click HERE for details.

COCKTAIL CLUB
Every Thursday, Amanda and Jordan host Cocktail Club with new flavors and ingredients, taking craft cocktails to a new level. They get under way around 6PM and will surprise you every week with their mixology skills.

FRESH SHEET
Chef Wade changes the Fresh Sheet every two weeks and offers it open to close. Come taste what everyone is talking about.

THE DEEP CUTS
DJ Kingblind hosts The Deep Cuts every Thursday, spinning rock in all directions. Where he really shines is with his themed setlists. He also takes requests, by the way.

SEAHAWKS
On our 10-foot big screens, of course.

FACEBOOK/TWITTER
We update/post every day on Facebook and Twitter. Funny pics, upcoming events, things we overhear in the bar, jokes… You never know what you’ll see.

FEEDBACK LOUNGE WEBSITE
Update almost daily. This is where you can find out what we’re doing and what’s coming up whenever you want. We also have our cocktail/food/happy hour menus online as well.

We have a few more things up our sleeves for 2015, so bookmark our website, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for all the new fun stuff headed your way.

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Space-Age Cocktails

November 20, 2014

Space-Age Cocktails

So the name of our bar has the word “lounge” right there. Second word. Yes, really. Go look if you don’t believe me. K.

Now, Morgan (aka DJ Kingblind) has decided we need to really LOUNGE the hell out of it Thursday night, like a space-age bachelor pad. Therefore, the drinks will flow like some sort of flowy thing along the same flowing path of…um, flow. Spherical, space-age ice cube thingies, A and J’s take on Sidecars, Old Fashioneds, Boulevariders, and things with sparkles in them.

I was gonna say “No new stuff,” but let’s be realistic; I can’t really stop them from being all creative. Lounge Classics. Yeah.

Thursday night, 6ish.

– Old Man J

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Drink (and eat) to the British Invasion

January 16, 2014

 

The Deep Cuts

Our weekly DJ dude, Morgan (aka DJ Kingblind), is doing a tribute to British Invasion music this week, so we are thereby obliged to British it up as well.

What does that mean for the Feedback Cocktail Club? Spotted Dick? Leek Soup? Tons of gin? Sidecars? Collinses? Crumpets? Yes… to some of those things. Bet you can guess which ones. Oh, and Chef Wade’s making Shepherd’s Pie.

That’s a ton of good reasons. And by a “ton,” I mean, like, “three.” See you tonight.

– Old Man Johnson / Feedback Loungings