Noble House's Seattle Edgewater launches "Rock Stars & Guitars" music program

Seattle's Edgwater has been host to rock idols such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and more.

The Edgewater, a Noble House Hotel located on the Seattle waterfront, is launching a new music program as an amenity for hotel guests – the same day The Beatles performed their first concert in Seattle in 1964. 

Celebrating its 55th anniversary this year, The Edgewater has a reputation for hosting world-famous musicians including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, KISS and Led Zeppelin. The foundation of the music program focuses on providing guitars and sheet music from local guitar shop, Emerald City Guitars, as well as ION record players and albums from Easy Street Records, as an ode to the hotel’s musical past. Additional music-themed offerings will be added to the hotel’s music program throughout the year.

“We’re very excited to announce the launch of our new music program,” Bob Peckenpaugh, GM at the Edgewater, said in a statement. “From hosting renowned musicians around the world to naming The Beatles Suite after the band stayed and captured the infamous 'fishing out the window' photo, the music program is another memorable and fun tribute to the hotel’s distinct music history.  Our guests will be able to experience a one-of-a-kind amenity that is truly unique to The Edgewater.”   


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Named the “Rock Stars & Guitars” program, guests are able to check out Emerald City’s acoustic or electric guitars and sheet music from the front desk from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the week.  Sheet music includes songs from The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, Van Halen and Pearl Jam, providing guests with a vast range of options for amateur, beginner and advanced guitar players.  

Through the “Hey! Be A DJ!” program, guests can also check out red ION record players, as well as records from various artists categorized by decade, including The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Who, Beastie Boys, Willie Nelson, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and more. The music program is available for guests now.

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