The Eastside Quintet of Joe Walrath, Jake Houser, Jacob Batchelder, Nate Sharp and Zack Mautz perform jazz tunes at the Mercer Island Art UnCorked event on Sept. 10 at the Greta Hackett Outdoor Sculpture Gallery. The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce presented the food, music, art and wine tasting gathering, which featured 18 wineries. Estimated attendance fluctuated between 350-500 over the course of the three-hour event. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce

The Eastside Quintet of Joe Walrath, Jake Houser, Jacob Batchelder, Nate Sharp and Zack Mautz perform jazz tunes at the Mercer Island Art UnCorked event on Sept. 10 at the Greta Hackett Outdoor Sculpture Gallery. The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce presented the food, music, art and wine tasting gathering, which featured 18 wineries. Estimated attendance fluctuated between 350-500 over the course of the three-hour event. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce

Jazz flows at Art UnCorked

The Eastside Quintet of Joe Walrath, Jake Houser, Jacob Batchelder, Nate Sharp and Zack Mautz perform jazz tunes at the Mercer Island Art UnCorked event on Sept. 10 at the Greta Hackett Outdoor Sculpture Gallery. The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce presented the food, music, art and wine tasting gathering, which featured 18 wineries. Estimated attendance fluctuated between 350-500 over the course of the three-hour event. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce


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