“Paul Delaney and Everyday People” played there many times. At one point, we were
the #1 draw there.
Jim Rigor and Sonny Booker were the owners. Sonny, who played
trumpet, even played on one of our albums. Great memories.
Glenn Miranda, March 2018
The District Tavern, Seattle/U-District (72-73), formerly the Auto Ranch in what looked like an old A&P. Auto Ranch carried such makes as Auto-Union & DKW.
The District's thing was all the Heidelberg beer you could drink for your $2 cover charge.
Jim Page used to get up on stage during the "headliner's" breaks. It later became Tubs Seattle