Knucklehead returns to the Treehouse stage

Knucklehead, billed as “Kitsap County’s longest running, and still hottest classic rockers,” will take to the stage at the Treehouse Café at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 for a free 21-and-older show.

The band’s repertoire boasts staples from the likes of AC/DC, ZZ Top, Snoop Dog, Johnny Cash and more.

Knucklehead is a classic rock power trio out of Bremerton. The band consists of three of the most well-seasoned, talented musicians in the Northwest: Tim McGovern (guitar/vocals), Jeff Omeron (drums/vocals) and Scott Pollock (bass/vocals).

Visit www.treehousebainbridge.com for a complete list of upcoming events; www.treehousebainbridge.com/event/knucklehead-3-2-2/ for the band’s full set list.

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