Neill, Hull to perform Friday at Palindrome

PORT TOWNSEND — Portland singer-songwriter Casey Neill will perform with Whidbey Island singer-songwriter Timothy Hull at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The show will be at The Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery, 1893 S. Jacob Miller Road in Port Townsend.

Tickets are $20 from https://caseyneill.brownpapertickets.com or at the door.

Proof of vaccination is required for entry.

Casey performs original songs of political and person struggle, according to a press release.

He has toured throughout the U.S., Japan and Europe, performing at venues such as Town Hall in New York, San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall and the Newport Folk Festival.

In 1997, Neill began a run of three songwriter albums for acoustic label Appleseed Recordings as well as contributing tracks to their Pete Seeger Tribute along with Bruce Springsteen, Billy Bragg and Bonnie Raitt.

A compilation of his material entitled “Memory Against Forgetting” was released by Indigo Girl Amy Ray’s Daemon imprint in 2005.

In 2007, “Brooklyn Bridge” was released and The Norway Rats were formed to support it with members of The Decemberists and Eels.

Casey Neill & The Norway Rats recorded three records across the 2010s — “Goodbye to the Rank and File,” “All You Pretty Vandals” and “Subterrene,” the latest album.

A new Neill album is set for release in 2023.

Hull as toured over the past 15 years to colleges, clubs, pubs, coffee houses and conferences, coast to coast.

“He has traveled with his music, but his music has traveled even further. Bands and singers from all over the world are known to cover his originals,” the release said.

The concert series is produced by Rainshadow Recording as part of a collaboration with Matt Miner, former producer of the Northwind Songs concert series held at Northwind Arts Center before the pandemic.

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