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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Friday, March 15, 2013, 11:28 a.m.

Free show: Brad Loomis in Snohomish

  • Brad Loomis, of Marysville, will perform a free show in Snohomish tonight.

    Brad Loomis, of Marysville, will perform a free show in Snohomish tonight.

Tonight, Marysville's Brad Loomis will perform at The Crepe Escape and Coffee House in Snohomish. I have never been to The Crepe Escape, or even heard of it for that matter, but I am so excited to hear some of Brad's new tunes that I don't really care where he's playing.

Last week, Brad Loomis performed live on Everett radio station 90.7 KSER. And last month, he joined the ranks of successful Seattle artists like The Head and The Heart, Noah Gundersen, Kris Orlowski, Motopony and others when he recorded some videos for the very popular YouTube series the Ballard Sessions seen below.

Brad Loomis will be touring in May in support of his new record Into the Great Unknown but tonight you can see him in Snohomish and it's FREE! See you there.



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