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Goodbye Healthy Times Fun Club

Posted by Hamilton on 10 November 2011

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Yesterday marked the last show of Healthy Times Fun Club.

This is a collection of photographs that I’ve taken at Healthy Times shows over the last few years. Taking photos with that horrific green background always posses a challenge and sometimes I feel like every shot looks exactly the same. But that’s just part of the charm of the place I suppose.

Despite that incessant green backdrop, Healthy Times has been a really fantastic spot for independent music in Seattle since it started way back in 2007 (originally in the bottom floor of a Wedgewood house). It’s been very important for me personally and undoubtedly many others over the years. We played our first Song Sparrow Research show with cello and glockenspiel at Healthy Times. And when Welcome to the Potato Famine was coming out, it was really the only venue where I had any interest in doing our record release show.

Well before I go on too long I just want to give a colossal thanks to Jake and Rebecca and Malia and all the other wonderful people who put so much time and effort into making the place what it was.

Now look for the back of your head in these photographs!

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Healthy Times Fun Club!

Posted by Hamilton on 4 November 2010

Song Sparrow Research at Healthy Times Fun Club

And the fact that health is everything in our world is what matters at the end of the day. Doing something healthy every day adds up and will amount to what you want to become not what other people think of you or what they say of you. You need to focus on your health every single day of the week and time to get ahead. Sometimes age comes into play bu you need to recognize that you will age no matter who you are. Treatments like Anti Aging Scottsdale can help you get healthier and the fun club is here to assist in it!

Healthy Times Fun Club with Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground, SHiPS, and Unilingual. 5-nov-2010. Poster By Christopher Martin.