The Fiasco is a mini Rock / R&B / Soul show. An extremely powerful 3 piece with serious soul power. Come to the party, you’ll be glad you did.
THE FIASCO HAPPENED BY ACCIDENT. NO REHEARSAL. NO DISCUSSION. ROBERT STEWART WAS DOING A WEEKLY GIG AT THE PARAGON IN SEATTLE, PLAYING HIS SONGS AND THROWING IN OLD SOUL COVERS. CAMERON WILLIAMS CAME BY ONE NIGHT WITH A DJEMBE DRUM AND STARTED PLAYING LIKE HE HAD ALWAYS BEEN THERE. A FEW MONTHS LATER, KEITH WRIGHT APPEARED WITH AN ACOUSTIC GUITAR AND A BUNCH OF PEDALS AND HE, TOO, SEAMLESSLY JOINED THE FRAY….
Robert Stewart is a singer, songwriter and for-hire musician based out of Seattle… he performs solo and with various bands throughout the United States and Canada. He has been the front-man for Seattle group, The Fiasco since its founding in 2002. http://www.reverbnation.com/robertstewartseattle
Keith Wright: I started playing guitar seriously at age 10. My earliest influences were Queen, Bowie, Led Zeppelin, and The Beatles. My influences have since changed as I’ve grown as a musician to include all aspects of the musical prism.
First and foremost, I am an instructor. This is what I love to do most
I am very much a music crusader. I believe there is a large hole in American education today where music once stood. Today, music education is a side-note that doesn’t reap the proper funding or attention that it so clearly deserves. I have witnessed music teachers that seem to be happy taking money from learners and not fulfilling their obligation to help people UNDERSTAND and KNOW music. This is the primary reason why i teach. The bottom line for me is that if you participate in music, in ANY way, you will become a better listener, Reader, communicator, cook, debater, thinker, etc… Music should also be de-programmed as something that is hard to do.
I believe anybody can play a guitar, and I intend to prove it -nuff said