VIDEO RELEASE Seattle magazine Budweiser Present Live @ The Gibson Showroom- Ayron Jones

By Seattle Mag November 20, 2013


Over the past few months Seattle magazine and Budweiser teamed up to deliver a series of exclusive performances at the Gibson Showroom in Seattle.  The first concert featured local band the Maldives (ive video here, one of a select group of Seattle bands playing the 2013 Bumbershoot Music Arts Festival.nbsp; Next came the hyper-rhythmic tribal drumming and shouty vocals of KithKin (live video here).  Our most recent concert featured Fly Moon Royalty with intro by Ayron Jones from Ayron Jones and the Way.  Check out our first video with Ayron and his combination of rock, blues, and soul.





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