Performances and Entertainment
The music never stops at the Brass Screw. The 2017 hijinx included for the member-in-good-standing are:
- Friday night’s Den of Iniquities (Cotton Building)
- Saturday Night’s Steampunk Hootenanny is by separate ticket purchase, 21 and over, ID required. (American Legion Hall)
Together this dynamic duo has released 6 CDs, produced a live concert DVD, a 30-page art book, a 50-page lyric and photo book, Scott’s 6 solo CDs, over 500 finger puppet bats sewn by Samantha, music in a dozen TV shows and have performed close to a thousand shows together. They’ll have CDs, shirts, pins, patches, stickers, artwork and even some of Frenchy’s Bohemian finger puppet Bats at their merch booth!
“They say you can’t please everybody… sounds like a challenge to me!”
B.O.O.M. – Brotherhood of Oceanic Mercenaries
Sail the Seven Skies with the notorious Pirates of the airship, Emerald Rose!
These freedom loving outcasts bring piracy to life with entertainment and education.
With Shanties, Swords, and Cannons, we’ll be bucklin’ yer swashes until we haul anchor.
Nathaniel Johnstone Band
The Nathaniel Johnstone Band hails from Seattle, WA, lead by multi-instrumentalist Nathaniel Johnstone (violin, viola, banjo, mandolin, and guitar). Their vibrant sound crosses boundaries and borders, resulting in a blend of European, Middle Eastern, and South American music with Jazz, Rock, Surf, Folk, Gothic, and Steampunk influences.
Joining the band on stage is world-renown bellydance fusion artist Tempest, adding another incredible level to the band’s dynamic stage show. All together, they provide an incredible audio-visual experience that delivers solid, reliable music and high-quality entertainment – all while getting folks up and dancing!
Den of Iniquities Saloon
Step out of the hustle and into our Steampunk Saloon replete with
absinthe and a smoky haze of music. Set across the street from Brass Screw High Command at the Cotton Building (607 Water St) from 7-11pm Friday evening. 21+
and over. Featuring:
Hot Damn Scandal
Finds its songs under park benches and in forgotten alleyways. The resulting outlaw ballads, dirty jazz, circus freakouts, shanty-rags, string band funk, lonesome
heart-breakers, and whiskey bottle love songs blend together in a sweet song syrup somewhere between a ramble and a roar. Sometimes called
Tipsy American Gypsy Blues , Hot Damn Scandal pulls no punches and puts thunder in your molasses.
Crow Quill Night Owls
The Crow Quill Night Owls are a band that plays jug band, jazz, and string band music of the 1920’s and 1930’s. They were formed in 2007 by guitarist Kit “Stymee” Stovepipe and tenor banjoist Windy City Alex. they’ve since added Baylin Adahere on washtub bass. The group fluctuates from a duo to a six person band and often features members of other bands in similar genres.
In addition to the Friday and Saturday night shows, we’re dedicated to bringing you the Pacific Northwest’s finest steamy, whimsical entertainments with many additional bands featured on our stages at the Cotton Building’s Boat Bar and the Northwest Maritime Center’s Venue at the Bazaar. You’ll never know who you’ll see (but here are a few hints)…
Prepare yourself for a wild time with Rogues’ End; the Gypsy, Celtic, Pirate, Steampunk band that you will thoroughly enjoy!
Our wide interest in different types of music makes Rogues’ End’s sound as unique as the people who make up our jolly crew. Mostly heralding from Port Angeles Washington, our members individually have performed all over the country and parts of Europe! Click on the pictures below for individual biographies of each of our talented members! Get to know a Rogue
Velvet Revolutions Burlesque Show
Experience the Brass Screw’s larger-than-life Burlesque Peep Show where for just a little cold cash you get more hot girls than you can handle. Behold! Our tantalizing temptresses of burlesque and seedy sideshow spectacles and fire manipulation artists, the olio of Velvet Revolution strokes your very soul like a happy chicken with a panorama of feats not to be missed.