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The Alice in Chains juggernaut just keeps rolling along: the Seattle rock band has announced a fall mega-tour.
The reunited Seattle rock band, with William DuVall as vocalist, will be joined by Deftones and Mastodon for “BlackDiamondSkye,” a tour opening Sept. 16 in Chicago and playing KeyArena Oct. 8.
Tickets go on sale in selective markets starting [...]
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Regardless of whether she’s singing about a “loser dreamer,” a desert rain storm, “brown liquor” or a vintage Airstream trailer, Shelby Lynne brings humor, pathos and true grit to a live performance.
The Grammy-winning, Alabama-bred singer-songwriter, who opened her spring tour April 22 in Los Angeles, is on the road with the first album on her [...]
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Flight to Mars’ performance last Friday (April 23) at Showbox at the Market was a raucous night of rock ‘n’ roll for a good cause.
The eighth annual benefit concert for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America’s Camp Oasis and Advocacy for Patients included sets by Flight to Mars, the Seattle-based UFO tribute band led [...]
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(EDITOR’S NOTE: Thursday is Jennifer Knapp time in Seattle, after all. After cancelling her Town Hall gig, which was speculated about here, the newly “out” Christian singer, fresh off a bold appearance on “Larry King Live,” added a show at the Hard Rock Cafe, 116 Pike. Tickets for the 21-and-over show are only $8, or [...]
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The 2010 Concerts at Marymoor series — one of the most eclectic in the venue’s history — opens with Slightly Stoopid, Steel Pulse and The Expendables June 19 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Highlights of the season include shows by Sublime July 7, Barenaked Ladies July 15, “1964″ (a Beatles tribute) July 24, Rodrigo y Gabriela [...]
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