|Sing along with The Sonics. (All Cat Rose photos)|
Edith Macefield would surely have been proud of the bands tearing through their tunes in Ballard on Oct. 3-4.
In 2006, she was offered $1 million to sell her 108-year-old farmhouse in the Seattle neighborhood. Nope, didn't happen. Since Macefield wouldn't budge, builders erected a five-story commercial development around her house, where she died at age 86 in 2008.
Macefield stood strong, as did the bands at The Macefield Music Festival.
Here's Cat Rose's photos of the bands we witnessed on Day 1 in Seattle:
THE BOSS MARTIANS
THE TOM PRICE DESERT CLASSIC