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August 30, 2014 at 8:18 PM

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Soggy start quickly fades, music lifts off at Bumbershoot


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Raz Simone surprises the Fisher Green audience as he dives into the crowd while performing with Sam Lachow Saturday. Lachow invited him to join his rocking rap set and Simone provided more than vocal accompaniment.

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Hair flying, Lizzy Silverstein dances to the hip hop, R&B and electronica music of Fly Moon Royalty at the Fisher Green Stage.

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Sister and brother, Grace and Seth Armstead of Portland didn't bring an umbrella to Bumbershoot Saturday but they did have two tickets they won to the Labor Day weekend music festival at Seattle Center.

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Adra Boo with Fly Moon Royalty provides soulful vocals to the band on the Fisher Green Stage Saturday at Bumbershoot, the annual 3-day music festival at Seattle Center over Labor Day weekend.

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LEFT: Otieno Terry, R&B and soulful artist, sings "happy birthday" to his mother in the crowd at the Fountain Lawn stage Saturday on her actual birthday. RIGHT: Mizsunni Terry, mother of singer Otieno Terry, is moved by the singing of "happy birthday" by her son.

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Otieno Terry's horn players belt it out from the Fountain Lawn Stage during the soul and R&B set.

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Beatles song "Good Morning Good Morning," from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is played about 11:30 a.m. each day of Bumbershoot from the Starbucks Stage (Mural Amphitheatre) and sends Kathy Ringo into a dance, appropriately with her umbrella.

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