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I'll be at your local farmers market soon!
June 24th Everett Marina Farmers Market
June 29th Country Village Farmers Market
July 7th Seattle Outlet Mall
July 13th Country Village
July 14th Des Moines Marina Farmers Market
July 15th Everett Marina Farmers Market
July 29th Bellevue Festival of the Arts
August 1st Sammamish Farmers Market
August 18th Des Moines Marina Farmers Market
August 24th Country Village Farmers Market
August 31st Country Village
Septmber 15th Des Moines Farmers Market
October 6th Des Moines Marina Farmers Market
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|Charlie Spring is an inimitable tunesmith, a veteran songwriter with a gift for penning achingly beautiful love songs. At once reminiscent of Neil Young and Pete Seegar, Charlie's sincerity, wisdom and artistry (which shine through in his songs) are an inspiration."
HarryO, Promoter, Big Step Down Productions, Seattle, WA
425 273 4657
533 Elm Way #1 Edmonds WA USA
I've got a musical repertoire for just about every audience that includes Folk Songs from all eras, Blues, Ballads, Standards, Country Western, Cowboy Songs, Children's Songs, Rock 'n Roll and more... as well as quite a few original tunes receiving airplay on local and internet radio.
I perform at many of the Northwest's live music venues as well as Festivals and Fairs (King County Fair 2010, Bumbershoot 2009, NW Folklife 2004-05-06-07-09), Tumbleweed Music Festival (2006), Yakima Folklife Festival (2006-07-09), Bellevue Festival of the Arts (2006-07-08-09-10-11), Bellevue Arts and Crafts Fair (2003-04-05), as well as Farmers Markets, Hayrides, Hoedowns, House Concerts, Senior Audiences, Schools, Private Parties, Weddings, Art Galleries, Benefits, Wineries, Corporate Events, Office Parties and more... I'd love to play for your Event!
I've released three CD's since 2003 including A Grateful Man (my original songs), These Songs Are Your Songs (a collection of songs from the Public Domain), and Charlie Spring, (my first studio recording from 2000, released in 2007)
|"Charlie Spring's debut CD recording, A Grateful Man, welcomes you like an old friend. Reminiscent of the laid-back country folk of the seventies, it sounds like a guy playing music on his back porch. The casual style is enhanced by skillful guitar work and a soulful singing voice, like Neil Young but without the whine. The only thing we have to prove is what we prove to ourselves," says Charlie. Whether he is proving it to us or to himself, Charlie did a nice job on this album."
Betsy Welling, Victory Music Review
|Charlie Spring was fantastic to have at the City of Enumclaw and King County Fair last year. He performed a nice variety of American folk music with very nice tone. He worked in what was not so good weather conditions and took it all in stride.
A consummate professional. It was a pleasure working with Charlie. We would have him back anytime. Good Luck Charlie...
John Damazio, Stage Manager
|"Thank you for your music and your Truth. An honor to have you on our stage".
Clint, Soul Food Books, Redmond, WA
|"I'm pleased to have had the pleasure to work with Charlie Spring. His performance at the Bellevue Art Museum Fair Celebration Arts Stage received a very responsive and warm reaction from our fair-goers. His precise and fluid musicianship kept the crowd engaged throughout his set. His universal appeal and professional demeanor on stage far exceeded my expectations. If you are looking for a musician for your event, Charlie Spring is an excellent choice. He was a delight to work with during the hiring process, and we look forward to having him play future events for the Bellevue Art Museum."
Caitlin Mullock, Bellevue Art Museum Fair Entertainment Intern, Bellevue, WA