The Pamir House
The Pamir House was the gathering place for many of Seattle's premier folk-musicians during it's brief existence from 1959-1965, when the building was torn down to make way for a Christian Science Reading Room. Among the riff-raff in those days was our own Oly Shmoe, then known as Jim Fosso. Many notable players performed at the Pamir House, including local blues-woman Alice Stuart, the late Michael Atwood, Kris Kristofferson, Jim Wilhelm, Jerry Murray, Bill Sheldon, Davey Coffin, Dave Hudsell, Ed Hargedine, Don Firth, Paul Gillingham, Steve Lalor, Phil & Vivian Williams, and Cal & Carol Crist.
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