Music series continues with Bananafish


The folk rock duo Bananafish will perform in Woodinville.
Photo by Toni Sullivan.

Java Jive Cabaret The Northwest folk rock duo Bananafish will appear in the continuing music series, Java Jive Cabaret, Saturday, Mar. 23, 8 p.m. at Woodinville Unitarian Church (WUUC).
   The WUUC is located at 175th Street Office Park, Building B, behind Roxie's CD's and Tapes in 175th Street Station in Woodinville. The series is presented by Roxie's and the WUUC.
   Bananafish began its career on the streets of Seattle during the summer of 1991 in the Pike Place Market. It has since become one of the most popular acoustic music acts on the Northwest circuit.
   Jay Pinto (guitar and vocals) and Tom Kennedy (percussion and vocals) play high-energy music with strong lyrics and close harmonies.
   Victory Music Review says, "Bananafish delivers contemporary folk rock with clarity, drive and expressiveness." The group has opened for major touring acts including Heart, Queensryche, and Crash Test Dummies.
   The cabaret series will continue with Larry Bridges & Eclectic Bag, Apr. 27. Tickets are available at Roxie's, $7 in advance and $8 at the door. Call 402-9233 for more information.