Must-see show with The Grizzled Mighty

The Everett Music Initiative is bringing a show to the Anchor Pub on Saturday night with three great bands from Seattle. The Grizzled Mighty is coming back to Everett and this time they are joined by TICKTOCKMAN and Born of Ghosts. All Three of these bands are great and the show is only $5.

The last time The Grizzled Mighty came to town the place was packed and it was one hell of a party. With TICKTOCKMAN and Born of Ghosts on the bill, I am expecting more good times and great music. I never miss a chance to see The Grizzled Mighty play and I have been excited about seeing TICKTOCKMAN for a while now.

If there is one thing you do in Everett this weekend, it should be this show this show. See the videos below for a preview. It’s going to get loud.

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