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The West Seattle Summer Fest, now in its 28th year, is shaping up to be a great party.
The all-ages, absolutely free outdoor festival is July 9-11 at the West Seattle Junction at the intersection of California Avenue S.W. and S.W. Alaska Street.
Organizers are promising a big-name surprise band, but won’t announce it just yet. And [...]
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Never known for flamboyance, country star George Strait performs with a steady hand and soft-spoken style.
Well, maybe not entirely soft-spoken. He can belt out a tune like “The Fireman” or “Honk If You Honky Tonk” with the command of a trail boss who needs to be heard over a herd of cattle.
Even so, it’s the [...]
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“Fortunate Man,” the Dusty 45s’ first studio album in five years, will officially launch with live shows this weekend.
The first is an “in-store preview” at 7 tonight (March 26) at the Queen Anne Easy Street Records, where is admission is free.
But the really big shows are at 7 and 10 p.m. Saturday (March 27) at [...]
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