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By GENE STOUT
Eddie Vedder was clearly thrilled to be home after a long string of dates on his solo “Ukulele Songs” tour.
Speaking to the capacity crowd at the first of two shows Friday, July 15, at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall (the second was July 16), the Pearl Jam frontman said he was “anxious” to do laundry [...]
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By GENE STOUT
Seattle singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, whose voice is among the most powerful and stirring in the Northwest, calls her new CD “a rock ‘n’ roll symphony album.”
“It really is the meeting of two worlds, two different kinds of artists who got together for completely different reasons,” Carlile says.
“Brandi Carlile — Live at Benaroya Hall [...]
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The 2011 summer concert series at Chateau Ste. Michelle features a lot of top musicians and one movie star — Jeff Bridges — who performs songs from the movie “Crazy Heart” with his band Aug. 28 at the winery’s amphitheater in Woodinville.
The series opens with two previously announced shows — The Moody Blues June 4 [...]
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By MIKEL TOOMBS
There may be 50 ways to leave your lover, but there are only two to see Paul Simon live in Seattle.
You can experience him in a theater, Clarita, or catch him in a club, bub.
The vaunted singer-songwriter was once, of course, half of Simon and Garfunkel, whose concert three decades ago in New [...]
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Playing the final set of the night as a “wild card” band, Seattle baroque pop group Tomten won the tenth annual Sound Off! competition for underage bands Saturday, March 5, at the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum.
Voted into the wild-card spot by EMP’s Youth Advisory Board, Tomten stepped to the front of a [...]
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