Cap Global Roots Series partners with the Rickshaw Theatre for three live concerts this fall

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      The BlueShore at CapU has announced that its Cap Global Roots Series will partner with the Rickshaw Theatre for three live shows at the Rickshaw this fall.
      Rockabilly band Cousin Harley--featuring local guitar legend Paul Pigat--will hit the stage on September 25, with guests the Imperial and the Wheelgrinders. It's a CD-release party for the band's latest album, Let's Go!, as well as Pigat's birthday bash.
      Country group Petunia & the Vipers will play October 16, with Seattle folk cowboys the Sons of Rainier opening.
      And then on November 13 Seattle prog-funksters Polyrhythmics will do their thing, with Miami-based funk quartet Electric Kif warming up.
      All shows will be half-capacity and proof of vaccination is required. Masks are also mandatory for unseated audience members.
      For more show details and to find tickets visit the Rickshaw website here.