Rob Kneisler, Dan Roberts and Chris Glanister comprise the Whateverly Brothers. COURTESY PHOTO

Rob Kneisler, Dan Roberts and Chris Glanister comprise the Whateverly Brothers. COURTESY PHOTO

The Whateverly Brothers perform special show at Magic Flavors in Kent on Friday, Nov. 22

  • Monday, November 18, 2019 12:26pm
  • Life

The Whateverly Brothers perform a special show on Friday, Nov. 22, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Magic Flavors, inside the Save-U-More market, 23636 104th Ave. SE, Kent.

The Whateverly Brothers grew out of three friends enjoying playing music together. Starting as a maritime music group, they soon followed their wide interests and backgrounds into many styles and genres. Dan Roberts, Chris Glanister and Rob Kneisler – all seasoned folk music collectors, performers and multi-instrumentalists – have delighted audiences for nearly a decade with their repertoire, harmonies, arrangements and offbeat humor.

Learn more about at thewhateverlybrothers.com, or Facebook.


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