Yule Tide Concert
Saturday, December 2, 2023
7:30pm Pacific Time

Yule Tide Concert 2023. Saturday December 2nd, 2023. Featuring Kat Eggleston, Countercurrent, and the Whateverly Brothers

Performances by:

Kat Eggleston, Countercurrent, and The Whateverly Brothers

MCs: Captain Dano Quinn and Dan Roberts

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.

Purchase Tickets
(choose in-person or online)

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

Masks are strongly encouraged but not required
(NOTE, this may change if covid statistics spur King County Public Health to issue new guidelines or warnings)


Kat Eggleston, photo by Michele AnneLouise Cohen

Kat Eggleston
Kat Eggleston’s skill and presence shines through her warm voice, her skilled guitar work, her stories and rapport with the audience, and above all, through her amazing songwriting ability.

Countercurrent: Alex Sturbaum & Brian Lindsay

Countercurrent is a powerhouse acoustic duo based in Olympia WA, featuring fiddle, guitar, harmony vocals, squeezebox, banjo, and foot percussion. Alex Sturbaum and Brian Lindsay write original songs and interpret the tradition with a musical fluency that comes from a decade of playing together at contra dances, concert halls, jam sessions, festivals, bars, and living rooms all across the continent.

The Whateverly Brothers

The Whateverly Brothers
Drawing from a rich and varied musical history, The Whateverly Brothers draw from many traditions, holding none sacred! Guitar, mandolin, cittern, whistle, and vocal harmonies. Hoist anchor! Raise the glass! Sing along!

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

Please support Maritime Folknet by becoming a member or buying one of several music CDs we have produced. Support The Whateverly Brothers by liking their facebook page.

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.