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Thunderpussy • Shaina Shepherd • Smokey Brights

presented by
Warm Springs Productions

Warm Springs Productions flexes its musical arm with a triple-bill featuring Thunderpussy, Shaina Shepherd and Smokey Brights at The Argyros on Tuesday, July 12. 

Thunderpussy, Seattle’s hard-driving performance rockers, features lead singer Molly Sides, guitarist Whitney Petty, bassist Leah Julias and drummer Lindsey Elias.

Shaina Shepherd is a singer, songwriter, vocal teacher, and community organizer in Seattle. Known for her pervasive style, her notable vocal stylings have brought her into various creative spaces — from collaborating with Duff McKagan, Chong The Nomad and Acid Tongue to sharing stages with rock stars like Dave Matthews and Thunderpussy to being a soloist with the classical ensembles around the country.

Kim West and Ryan Devlin front the alternative Seattle rock Fleetwood Mac-esque band, Smokey Brights, with bassist Luke Ragnar, and drummer Nick Krivchenia.

San Francisco’s Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show will provide hypnotic visuals.

GA tickets are $40.

VIP tickets are $150 and include a pre-show meet and greet with the artists, drink ticket, merchandise, reserved seating section and a dedicated bar.

July 12 @ 6:30 pm

$40.00 – $150.00

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Warm Springs Productions
Email:
info@ws-productions.com
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Venue

Argyros Performing Arts Center
120 Main Street South
Ketchum, ID 83340 United States
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