Sequim’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church continues its Music Live at One series with popular local group Bread & Gravy.
The trio of Stephanie and Jess Doenges and Angela Clift perform at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, with their take on Americana, blues, classic rock and soul for a special 30 minute show in the church’s sanctuary, 525 N. Fifth Ave.
Following the show, pumpkin cake and tea is served in the parish hall. Tickets are $10, with all proceeds going toward local, regional and global concerns.
Purchase tickets at the door or in advance from 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Thursday at the church. For more information, call 360-683-4862.
Bread & Gravy performs as a duo, trio, quartet, quintet and sometimes more depending on the venue or show with dancing, laughing and “comfort music for your soul.”
Stephanie Doenges (lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, ukulele) has studied music since she was a child and has performed with various local bands on the Peninsula including Restless, Rollin’ Waters, The CornStalks, Deadwood Revival and Luck of the Draw.
Jess Doenges (piano, harmonica) has played and taught piano on the Peninsula for a decade. He is a self-taught musician, spoken word performer (including 2005 Louisiana State Finalist) and songwriter.
Clift (vocals) has been singing most of her life and has performed in a myriad of settings, from the back porch to southern and contemporary church settings, weddings, funerals, big stages and street corners from Oklahoma to Hawaii.
Following Bread & Gravy’s performance, pianist Heidi Fivash performs on Feb. 12, Buttercup Lane on March 12, and pianist Anson Ka Lik Sin on April 9.