Musician Jason Webley looks around a gritty slice of old-Everett in the alley outside the Historic Everett Theatre, where he and other singer-songwriters will perform a concert Nov. 4 based on the Everett Massacre. The show, “100 Years Ago Tomorrow,” will feature original songs related to the labor strife that exploded in a gunfight on Everett’s waterfront Nov. 5, 1916. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Musical remembrance of Everett’s ‘Bloodiest Day’ in 1916

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