A Long, Long time ago in a Lumberyard not that far away...

 in between jousting with Hyster forklifts, and helping load lumber in customers cars, two men forged a dream for something better. A dream for something more than Shelton, and a dream for something more for Shelton. Sure they were lazy at the time, but at least they were unmotivated. They had that going for them.  Soon after they both found themselves working at the same exact dance club in Atlanta, GA. This was a job that they didn’t wish for more. It was all good. Atlanta is hot, mildly chubby guys don’t like heat, so Atlanta was never long for the world. They both found themselves back up in with their paler more depressed tribe of people in the Northwest. This is where the dream started to not take flight, but more, just browse Orbitz and see how much flights were.  C.R. was a headlining stand up comic throughout the country and Eric was a successful DJ, event producer and bus driver. He has driven some of the biggest names in the music industry and is a well respected person. Usually, he gets to cut in line in the lunchroom with no repercussions. Basically we have been around the world and I I I. I can’t find my baby. The world isn’t all its cracked up to be. When you have such a beautiful hometown and such amazing opportunity at every turn in Shelton and Mason County, you want to showcase that.  Thus the birth of E & C Music Factory. A business intended solely to create quality family friendly events that bring big named acts to the little burg we all call our hometown. When the opportunity arose to bring in the world famous band Everclear, the two jumped at it. Well, as high as two mildly chubby guys in their forties can. To show the people of their hometown what they can accomplish, to show their young children what hard work and determination can provide, and to bring killer entertainment to Shelton, WA.  Because lets face it, Friday nights at the old bowling alley and getting kicked of Bobs Tavern for being too young doesn’t qualify as a good time these days. Don’t miss out on the 1st Annual HWY 101 Wine Mixer July 21, 2018 and say hi to Eric and C.R. or just to one of them. Its your choice

in between jousting with Hyster forklifts, and helping load lumber in customers cars, two men forged a dream for something better. A dream for something more than Shelton, and a dream for something more for Shelton. Sure they were lazy at the time, but at least they were unmotivated. They had that going for them.

Soon after they both found themselves working at the same exact dance club in Atlanta, GA. This was a job that they didn’t wish for more. It was all good. Atlanta is hot, mildly chubby guys don’t like heat, so Atlanta was never long for the world. They both found themselves back up in with their paler more depressed tribe of people in the Northwest. This is where the dream started to not take flight, but more, just browse Orbitz and see how much flights were.

C.R. was a headlining stand up comic throughout the country and Eric was a successful DJ, event producer and bus driver. He has driven some of the biggest names in the music industry and is a well respected person. Usually, he gets to cut in line in the lunchroom with no repercussions. Basically we have been around the world and I I I. I can’t find my baby. The world isn’t all its cracked up to be. When you have such a beautiful hometown and such amazing opportunity at every turn in Shelton and Mason County, you want to showcase that.

Thus the birth of E & C Music Factory. A business intended solely to create quality family friendly events that bring big named acts to the little burg we all call our hometown. When the opportunity arose to bring in the world famous band Everclear, the two jumped at it. Well, as high as two mildly chubby guys in their forties can. To show the people of their hometown what they can accomplish, to show their young children what hard work and determination can provide, and to bring killer entertainment to Shelton, WA.

Because lets face it, Friday nights at the old bowling alley and getting kicked of Bobs Tavern for being too young doesn’t qualify as a good time these days. Don’t miss out on the 1st Annual HWY 101 Wine Mixer July 21, 2018 and say hi to Eric and C.R. or just to one of them. Its your choice