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Sub Pop recording artists Rose Windows come to Bainbridge Island

Rose Windows will perform in concert on Bainbridge Island as part of the group
Rose Windows will perform in concert on Bainbridge Island as part of the group's national tour.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Sub Pop

Rose Windows — a group of Seattle-based, Sub Pop recording artists  — will bring their special brand of psychedelic folk rock to Bainbridge Island’s Guild Hall at the Island Music Guild next week.

The concert is 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25.

The Bainbridge Island stop is part of a larger scale national tour in support of the band’s recent freshman release, "The Sun Dogs."

The band formed in Seattle’s Central district out of the fragments of lesser known Seattle acts in songwriter Chris Cheveyo’s living room. Tiring of the limited palette of previous projects, Rose Windows turned to studying various avenues of the past. Influences as diverse as the The Band, The Doors and Black Sabbath are infused with new musical revelations.

Musically, "The Sun Dogs," is an album based on the idea of sifting through the past. Extracting bits and pieces, and re-imagining these into new forms.

Local act, Weed, opens the show.

Tickets to the concert are $10 in advance at and $12 at the door.

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