All photos by Steve Shay
West Seattle filmmaker, Jamie Chamberlin, best known for his rock videos of ZZ Top and others, celebrated his birthday Wednesday night at Shadowland. Many musicians honored him in song, including, pictured, the Dolly Rottens. Shadowland and The Kill Room (music) Studio owner Ben Jenkin, and Jay Cates who have a band called Bend, also performed.

SLIDESHOW: Eclectic line-up of musicians honored West Seattle filmmaker's birthday

Scotty Olson of Heart, Parker Lundgren of Queensryche, Andrew McKeag of The Presidents, others perform for Jamie Chamberlin & guests

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While the Feedback Lounge in the West Seattle Morgan Junction celebrated its third birthday Wednesday night, April 25, Shadowland, at the rival intersection just to the north, the Alaska Junction, was also hopping as West Seattle filmmaker Jamie Chamberlin was celebrating his birthday, too.

In addition to some of Chamberlin's friends, including Feedback Lounge co-workers Bradi Jones and Leslie Johnston, a collection of well-known and up-and-coming musicians gigged in his honor. They included Shadowland owner and musician Ben Jenkins joined by Jay Cates, both of Bend, Scotty Olson of Heart, Alice in Chains,Parker Lundgren of Queensryche, Andrew McKeag of The Presidents of the United States, James Germain, and newcomer Amanda Hardy.

The West Seattle Herald has covered Chamberlin and his numerous film projects with ZZ Top, Duff McKagan, Victoria Contreras, Villains of Yesterday, and a new rock video of James Germain and the Grey Gray Days .

Also performing, The Dolly Rottens, including Darci Carlson and Blonde Bette, who some may recognize from her relationship advice column, "Ask a Bouncer and a Blonde."

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