It’s been a long adventure for Killing Joke since their conception in 1979. Since then, the band has gone through numerous internal conflicts and line up changes, the only two constant members being Jaz Coleman (vocals, keyboards and arrangements) and Geordie Walker (guitar).
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Hello Seattle! The weekend is in full swing and we we have a great list Seattle Saturday and Sunday events including Earth Day celebrations, 4-20 celebrations, parties, music, art, film, dance, theater, and more.
Hello Seattle! April is more than half way over and looks like we’ll get some spring sunshine this weekend! As always, we have a great list Seattle events including Earth Day celebrations, 4-20 celebrations, parties, music, art, film, dance, theater, and more. Also, over $200 in ticket giveaways.
We are giving away a pair of tickets to Tuesday Tease at the Can Can. To win, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed on Monday, April 22. FREE SEATTLE: We give out 100s of $$$ in free tickets every week including to many of the top events in […]
We are giving away a pair of VIP tickets to the Salsa Spring Fling @ Cultura Event Center in Tacoma this Saturday. VIP tickets include access to upstairs VIP Lounge and Exclusive free samples of Don Q’s newest premium liquors, Private Bar & restrooms, and personal cocktail waitress attention. To win, comment on this post […]
The only way to describe the show is “planned chaos” because you never know who might show up, get on stage and hijack the night. Aziz Ansari, TJ Miller, Daniel Tosh, Chris D’Elia, and most recently Dave Chappelle are just a handful of comics blatantly name-dropped here who have stopped by The Bare Bones Show […]
Midnite weaves the cultural lyrics of “old school” roots music with modern day experiences to create a unique listening encounter. Roots Reggae – naked and raw is an apt description for Midnite’s musical style, in which they forgo the frills of extensive remixes, overdubbing and other musical refinements.
Marshal Scott Warner is the Patron Saint of Traditional Rockabilly Music in the Pacific Northwest. Wylie & the Wild West have played thousands of gigs, delighting audiences around the world with their unique brand of good-time cowboy music. They’ve performed at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, The National Folk Festival, the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, […]
Announcing ReNuNu’s 1st (of many to come) Earthday Celebration for peeps who make stuff out of stuff (aka trash artists). Local musicians will be providing the tunes while you shop from a collection of Seattle’s finest upcylced clothing artists.
RESERVOIR DOGS: Four Perfect Killers. One Perfect Crime. Critically acclaimed for its raw power and breathtaking ferocity, it’s the brilliant American gangster movie classic from writer-director Quentin Tarantino. They were perfect strangers, assembled to pull off the perfect crime. Then their simple robbery explodes into bloody ambush, and the ruthless killers realize one of them […]
For Los Amigos Invisibles, it has been over 60 countries visited, 1 Latin Grammy + 2 Latin Grammy nominations, 3 Grammy (NARAS) nominations, 7 studio albums, 1 live DVD+2CD, 1 record label, 20 years in the music business, and with high hopes to continue to do what they love to do.
Hello Seattle! April is flying by and rain or shine, we have a great list Seattle events including parties, music, art, film, dance, theater, and more. Also, over $200 in ticket giveaways. FREE SEATTLE: We give out 100s of $$$ in free tickets every week including to many of the top events in Seattle. Join our […]
Jameson and the Sordid Seeds is a bumpin’ original reggae rock and blues rock band based out of Northwest Montana. The band formed in late 2009 and has gained national recognition quickly, becoming one of Relix magazine’s 2010 artists on the rise. In 2011, the Sordid Seeds spent a majority of the year playing shows […]
There aren’t too many artists making soul music today who had a release in 1969, back when R&B was first beginning to give the drummer some. Lee Fields, however, is one such artist—or maybe he’s better labeled a phenomenon. Since the late sixties, the North Carolina native has amassed a prolific catalog of albums and […]
The perfect life. The perfect house. The perfect world. Brian and Stacy fall short of realizing their dreams thanks to one small problem; their children. A parent’s perspective fairy-tale turns to a nightmare as they willingly send their children down an unknown path, reaping the benefits and guilt that mark the trail.
THE KILLING: Stanley Kubrick’s account of an ambitious racetrack robbery is one of Hollywood’s tautest, twistiest noirs. Aided by a radically time-shuffling narrative, razor-sharp dialogue from pulp novelist Jim Thompson, and a phenomenal cast of character actors, including Sterling Hayden (Dr. Strangelove), Coleen Gray (Red River), Timothy Carey (Paths of Glory), and Elisha Cook Jr. […]
That date finally came during the early summer of 1982 when Marr, just 18 years-old, formed The Smiths after seeking out the reclusive and elusive Stretford poet, Morrissey. Musically, the sound of The Smiths was a guitar noise nostalgically familiar yet equally dumbfounding in its pristine newness. The tunes were giant, euphoric and instantaneous but […]
It’s not every day that one thinks of The Doors, Morphine, and George Clinton when describing a band. Moody and ambient, smooth yet edgy, funky with a nasty sense of humor – that’s an unlikely mix, and a lot for one act to carry off. But on their second full-length record, Consequences, that’s exactly what […]
Shel Silverstein’s The Devil and Billy Markham, which first appeared as a six-part epic poem in the January 1979 edition of Playboy magazine and subsequently as a one-act play at Lincoln Center in 1989, tells the story of Billy Markham, an unforgettable character who never met a bet he didn’t take, including that of his […]
In 2004, former Seattle Mayor Greg Nickles proclaimed April 26th the official “Massive Monkees Day” of Seattle in recognition of outstanding community service provided by the Massive Monkees. Through their non-profit organization, Extraordinary Futures, Massive Monkees Day is used as an engagement tool to reach thousands of urban youth in Seattle and across the world […]
Hello Seattle! April showers bring…April events? The weather might not be as glorious as last weekend, but rain or shine, we have a great list Seattle events including the Seattle Pillow Fight, Mad Men Season 6 Premiere part, music, art, film, dance, theater, and more. Also, over $250 in ticket giveaways.
We are giving away one pair of tickets to Little Green Cars with The Horde and The Harem @ Neumos on Monday the 8th! In 2011, this Dublin band signed to Glassnote, where they’ve been quietly boiling down their demos into an album — the first they’ve ever recorded. The band is fresh off a […]
We are giving away a pair of tickets to see the 12 Reasons To Die Tour ft. Ghostface Killah @ Neumos on Thursday, April 11th! To win, comment on this post. Ghostface Killah is critically acclaimed for his loud, fast-paced flow, and his emotional stream-of-consciousness narratives containing cryptic slang and non-sequiturs. In 2006, MTV included […]
We are giving away a PAIR OF TICKETS to see Problem Child @ Neumos this Friday night! To win, comment on this post. Problem Child originated in Bellingham, WA in 2001. They set out to be authentic and stay true to the look and sound of AC/DC. Over the years they’ve made many true and […]
We are giving away FOUR TICKETS to MASTER HAROLD @ West of Lenin this Friday night! To win, comment on this post. “MASTER HAROLD”…and the boys is set in 1950s apartheid South Africa. It is a play about friendship, family and how confusing it is for a teenager when the society that raised you pushed […]
We are giving away one pair of tickets to The Shook Twins @ Tractor Tavern this Friday night! To win, comment on this post. Identical twins Laurie Shook (vocals, banjo, percussion and beatboxing) and Katelyn Shook (vocals, guitar and mandolin) are at the heart of the band, Shook Twins. A revolving cast of musicians round […]
The past year has taken the Steep Canyon Rangers to new heights. In March 2011, the band released its first collaborative record with Steve Martin, ”Rare Bird Alert” which debuted at #1 on
Dance with Mollie and Bollywood Seattle offer the best and most traditional Bhangra and Bollywood dance lessons in Seattle. With over 30 years of professional Indian dance experience, Mollie and the Bollywood Seattle Troupe have the experience, training and the certifications to teach you authentic Indian classical and Bollywood dance. They make sure classes are […]
Hello Seattle! The end of March has arrived, Easter is nearly here, and it is looking like a beautiful weekend ahead of us. As always we have a great list Seattle events including parties, music, art, film, theater, and more. Also, over $300 in ticket giveaways. FREE SEATTLE: We give out 100s of $$$ in free […]
We are giving away a pair of tickets to the Mudhoney ‘Vanishing Point’ Record Release Show @ Neumos on April 4th! To win, comment on this post. While many associate Jimmy with his 15 years as the co-founder of the Nighthawks, he ended his time with them in 1987. Since then, Jimmy has been on […]