Ali Marcus is a singer-songwriter who recently moved to the PhinneyWood neighborhood. Marcus runs her own record label – Turtle Rock Records – and has been featured on NPR, KUOW, KBCS, in the Seattle P-I, at CMJ music festival in NYC, and has performed many times at Northwest Folklife Festival.
She’s playing a gig this Saturday at Fall City Farms from 12-3 p.m.
The farm is just past Issaquah on I-90, and has a farm store, food, and U-Pick garden, including, most importantly, a pumpkin patch. For families looking for Halloween prep, a day-trip to the farm, and family-friendly entertainment, this will be the perfect activity. I’ll be singing in various incarnations, with my old-time band the Old Bay Warblers, and with my band, doing a mixture of originals and folk favorites. I spend virtually all summer playing festivals and farmers markets in the Northwest, and this is exactly the kind of event I look forward to most – fun for all ages.
Marcus will be playing her music closer to home in the next couple of months. She’ll perform on Nov. 14 at Empty Sea Studios, and at the PNA Winter Festival on Dec. 5.
Here she is, on the left, playing a recent show at the High Dive in Fremont.