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Pegasus Gallery Announces Next Two Acts, Then Takes a Musical Time Out

Pegasus Art Gallery, at the corner of Holly and Bay Streets, has two fine jazz acts to round out its February calendar and then will pause until the early spring in their musical presentations. Heidi Wood, gallery owner feels that sunshine and clear weather is more conducive to the cameo-jazz performances that she’s booked.

To end the winter series, Pegasus is presenting noted local jazz pianist, Steve Rudy and Tom Anastasio on bass. They will be appearing at the gallery on Tuesday, Feb. 13th from 7-9 pm. Admission is free.

The final act this season is an interesting duo featuring Mark Ashworth on guitar and vocals accompanied by Mark Kelly, who, in addition to his duties as leader of Bellingham’s Youth Jazz Orchestra, is also a fine sax, clarinet and flute player. The two Marks will be appearing at the Pegasus on Tuesday, February 20th from 7 to 9 pm.

Stay tuned for further information about the reopening of this cameo jazz series in the spring. Naturally, the Pegasus Gallery remains open at its usual hours year round.

For further information, contact Heidi Wood at 360-599-7731 or K.C. Sulkin at 360-671-1709.

Super Bowl at El Agave – Sunday, February 4th

Come to El Agave with friends to have your own Super Bowl “tail gate party”. Cruz has all you need to have a great day of good food, drink, and space to cheer on your favorite team. There will be a FREE SNACK BUFFET with all drink purchases. Cruz will let you know of any “Super Bowl Specials” when you get there.

 There are plenty of HD TV screens at El Agave so no problem getting a good seat. With non-stop cerveza, there’s no need to go thirsty, and we all know what delicious foods are available. Most menu items will be available at their regular prices.

Scot Ranney to play at Pegasus Gallery Tuesday, January 30th

Pianist, Scot Ranney, featured at Pegasus Gallery on Tuesday, Jan. 30th

The cameo jazz series at Pegasus Art Gallery at 301 W. Holly St. continues on Tuesday evening Jan. 30th, from 7-9pm with the jazz piano stylings of Bellingham’s Scot Ranney. Scot has been playing and teaching jazz and jazz piano since the late 1980’s. Scot also lived in East Asia where he played music and led bands in places like Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, and other Pacific Rim cities. Scot moved to Colorado after that and soon became the house pianist at the Ritz-Carlton in Aspen for several years.

Admission to the gallery, which is situated next door to the old Blue Horse Gallery, is free and beverages and light refreshment is provided. For further information, contact Heidi Wood at 360-599-7731 or K.C. Sulkin at 360-671-1709.

Pegasus Gallery Owner, Heidi Wood, Features Cameo Jazz on Tuesdays

The owner of the Pegasus Art Gallery, Heidi Wood, loves art and loves jazz and always wanted to combine the two. Starting Tuesday evening, Jan. 23rd she’ll be featuring small jazz groups, ranging from soloists to trios, at her gallery from 7-9 pm. The gallery is located at the corner of Holly and Bay in downtown Bellingham in the building that used to feature another jazz/art gallery, The Blue Horse.

All concerts are free to the public and there will be light refreshments available. Opening night will feature the vocal/piano duo of Kirk Roa and Sage Romey to be followed on Tuesday, Jan. 30, by the solo jazz piano stylings of Scott Ranney.
For further information, contact Heidi Wood at 360-599-7731 or K.C. Sulkin at 360-671-1709. More information on the gallery can be found at www.gallerypegasus.com.