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By GENE STOUT
Among those I interviewed for my recent Seattle Times story on local rock band Queensryche and its legal woes was rock journalist Jeff Wagner, author of “Mean Deviation: Four Decades of Progressive Heavy Metal.”
About a year and a half ago, Wagner — who has followed the ongoing lawsuit among original band members Geoff [...]
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By GENE STOUT
Rock ‘n’ roll band The Lonely H formed in Port Angeles, Wash., in the early 2000s, but relocated to Nashville in 2010 to seek greener pastures and more opportunity.
The band’s self-released, fourth full-length album, “The Lonely H,” features a guest performance by the Rolling Stones’ sax player, Bobby Keys.
The follow-up to the 2009 [...]
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By MIKEL TOOMBS
Expect plenty of drunken arguments between members of Team “At Dawn” and Generation “Z.”
In January, My Morning Jacket, whose Sept. 7 concert last year at Redmond’s Marymoor Park was admittedly epic, helpfully spelled out by MMJ frontman Jim James, “e-p-i-c,” for those who couldn’t penetrate his Kentucky drawl (that would be me), will [...]
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Promoters of the second annual Paradiso Festival, an electronic dance music event June 28-29 at The Gorge, have posted a colorful promotional video of the upcoming event on YouTube.
The trailer below features footage of the crowds and craziness at last year’s inaugural event, which featured the slogan “Where Digital Meets Nature.”
The weekend festival created by [...]
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