Yule Tide Concert
Saturday, December 10, 2022
7:30pm Pacific Time

Performances by:

Hank Cramer, Tom Rawson and Ellen van der Hoeven, TLSea

MCs: Captain Dano Quinn and Dan Roberts

Attend In-Person -OR- Watch Live On-Line

(in person will be asked to mask and show proof of covid-19 vaccination)

Woodland Park Methodist Church
302 N 78th Street Seattle, WA 98103


Watch Live Online (purchasers receive a video link)

An annual concert of maritime songs, seasonal songs, and holiday songs
(the tides, the yule… Yule Tide. Don’t worry, our music is better than our jokes).
Hosted by Captain Dano Quinn & Dan Roberts.

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Hank Cramer

Hank Cramer is one of the best-loved folksingers in the American West. He’s known for his booming bass voice, smooth picking on a vintage flat-top guitar, and a wry sense of humor. Hank’s repertoire is a mix of original, traditional, and contemporary folk songs. They tell the stories of cowboys, sailors, soldiers, miners, adventurers, and just plain drifters. That fits with Hank’s life story: he has been an underground miner, a professional soldier, shanty-man on a square-rigged sailing ship, wrangler for a high-country outfitter, and a world traveler. Those experiences make Hank’s music ring with a special authenticity.

Hank Cramer homepage

Tom Rawson and Ellen van der Hoeven

The folk-singing duo of Ellen van der Hoeven, from Vancouver BC, and Tom Rawson, from Orcas Island WA, come armed with banjo, mandolin, penny whistle, and other weapons of mass delight, Ellen and Tom love to strike up hootenanny fun on both sides of the 49th Parallel. Their humorous stories, user-friendly songs, and acoustic folk philosophy are guaranteed to have you singing along in no time and to leave you smiling. Tune up your vocal chords; you’ll need ‘em!

Tom Rawson website



TLSea is a multi-instrumental, full bore harmony, mostly maritime band, embracing the ruckus of a good shanty as well as ballads of lost love with haunting harmonies. TLSea features Lara Clark on lead vocals, Kelley Kenison on Acoustic Guitar & vocals, Pamela Burdwell on Mandolin, Recorder, & vocals, and Deanna Kenison on Bass Guitar & vocals.

Masters of Ceremony: Dano Quinn and Dan Roberts

Captain Dano Quinn

Captain Dano Quinn
Dano is an award winning story teller, sea shanty singer, and champion liar. He draws on his 40 year career aboard Tall ships, yachts, and small cruise ships in Alaska and on the Columbia River to find or concoct the tales that entertain us and win him awards.

Dan Roberts

Dan Roberts
Dan has an extensive knowledge of Northwest maritime history and music, and is a skilled writer and editor. Raised in the Bay Area, graduate of Pomona College, Dan Roberts also studied opera and received the training that makes his voice one of the most notable and powerful in the folk music community. Dan’s repertoire spans centuries, and his voice spans three octaves. He is a veteran of the Victory at Sea chantey group, member of the Seattle Labor Chorus, as well as the bands Bold Horizon and The Whateverly Brothers. Dan was employed at the non-profit organization Northwest Seaport from 1997-2006, where he managed the music program and led ship tours, and was largely responsible for re-establishing the Northwest Seaport Chantey Sing in 2000.

A Note from the Producers

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Thank you!

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Brought to you by The Whateverly Brothers and by Maritime Folknet

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This project is supported, in part, by an award from 4Culture.