Tony Furtado, Stephanie Schneiderman, Jacob Miller
June 27 @ 6:00 pm
LIVE AND IN PERSON on the Village Green in Eastsound
Jacob Miller, Tony Furtado,
and Stephanie Schneiderman
Sunday, June 27th 6pm (Pacific)
At the Village Green
Outdoor concert guidelines at The Village Green:
Free to the public, donations are appreciated!
Show starts at 6pm; Approximately 2 hour performance with intermission
Seating will be first come/first serve for groups up to six
(there will be designated “pods” for social distancing)
Bring a blanket or chairs for seating
State regulations still require un-vaccinated individuals to wear masks in outdoor areas and at social gatherings.
These guidelines may change to remain in accordance with state or county regulations. Check this page for any updates prior to leaving for the event.
As part of Orcas Center and Doe Bay’s Summer Concert Series, Jacob Miller, Tony Furtado, and Stephanie Schniederman will be performing LIVE and IN-PERSON on the Village Green in Eastsound. COVID-friendly precautions will be taken to limit the number of guests in the immediate stage area.
Very few musicians of any stripe so personify a musical genre as completely as Tony Furtado embodies Americana roots music.
Tony is an evocative and soulful singer, a wide-ranging songwriter and a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist adept on banjo, cello-banjo, slide guitar and baritone ukulele who mixes and matches sounds and styles with the ﬂair of a master chef (he’s also an accomplished sculptor, but that’s another story). All of the music of America is in Tony’s music. Relix hit the nail on the head when writing of Tony: “True talent doesn’t need categories.”
Tony has performed throughout the world at top venues and appeared at such prestigious music festivals as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Jazz Aspen, Kerrville Folk Festival, Strawberry Music Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Sisters Folk Festival, San Jose Jazz Festival and countless others.
Trying to pin down Stephanie Schneiderman to any one genre, talent or discipline is next to impossible. One thing is clear however- whether pursuing her prolific work as a solo artist, playing drums for all star roots pop act Swan Sovereign (Dirty Martini), producing, acting, or giving back, Schneiderman is hands down one of the most diverse and hardest working artists the NW has to offer.
As singer-songwriter, her solo career began with a coveted spot in the Lilith Fair. From there, she went on to receive extensive NW radio play, tour internationally, and earn music placements in numerous films and primetime TV shows, including Felicity, Vampire Diaries and many more. She has played with some of the nation’s top touring acts- from Aimee Mann to Hall & Oates, Heart, and Train- and enjoyed ongoing success with popular NW all-female groups Dirty Martini and Swan Sovereign. She has stepped on stage in the musical The Full Monty, appeared in major television commercials and films, and even produced the soundtrack for 3 popular children’s DVD’s (Oy Baby and That Baby) selling more than 75,000 combined units.
After 7 years leading a jazz sextet and performing both internationally and throughout North America, Miller now focuses his efforts on a different kind of songwriting and storytelling. Whether it be playing for thousands at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall or for 5 people in a Midwest living room, Jacob’s passion, voice and laid-back demeanor create an intimate connection with audiences far and wide.
With an affinity for minimalist pop and firm roots planted in American traditional music, Jacob Miller crafts a timeless sound unique to his voice, style and abilities.
In 2019, Jacob released and toured his debut record, ‘This New Home,’ across America and Europe to much acclaim. In 2020, Miller was also a featured performer on NBC’s The Voice; working with Nick Jonas and James Taylor.