Local Venue and Record Label set the Standard for Supporting Music

Local Venue and Record Label set the Standard for Supporting Music

Louie Galarza, founder of Louie G’s and Mental Itch Music group decided to make life a little easier for tour bands that come through the Pacific Northwest. The owner of the All Ages Music Venue said in a statement:

I am offering a place for bands to rest up and wash come clothes while on the road. It will help them get to their next stop and stay comfortible while passing through our amazing music community in our state

The decision to offer the service came after Galarza, a former touring musician himself, talked to a band named Crysalis. His thought process was, that if he could make life on the road for these touring musicians then why not. So he did.

Galarza went on to say:

Touring bands from out of the area or local bands leaving on tour can have a free meal of a large pizza, salad bar and soda while doing laundry.”

Louie G’s was just recently dubbed the best live music venue in Western Washington. According to the press release all that traveling bands have to do is show proof of the tour to cash in on this opertunity.


For hours of operation and more info on Louie G’s visit: http://www.louiegspizza.com/

For more info on Mental Itch Music Group check out www.mentalitchrecords.com 






Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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