The Bushwick Book Club Seattle produces concerts of original music inspired by books. The first concert, original music inspired by Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, was held at the Can-Can in Pike Place Market in 2010. Since that first performance, the Bushwick Book Club Seattle has hosted over 350 individual performers writing and debuting original music inspired by literature.

Staff contacts:

Geoff Larson, Executive Director | [email protected]

Michael Wallenfels, Art Director | [email protected]

Press coverage:

The Sound of ‘Crying in H Mart’ | (KUOW, 2022)

Seattle musicians bring ‘Dune’ to the stage | (Crosscut, 2021)

Seattle’s Bushwick Book Club turns your favorite books into songs | (Evergrey, 2018)

At Bushwick Book Club, Musicians Turn Books Into Song | (Seattle Weekly, 2017)

A Fiendish Conversation with Bushwick Book Club’s Geoff Larson | (Seattle Met, 2013)

Into the Rabbit Hole with the Bushwick Book Club | (CityArts, 2012)

The Bushwick Book Club salutes Shel Silverstein, for kids and adults | (Seattle Times, 2011)


The Big B

Black On White