Saturday night in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood I attended one of the hottest shows in town — Ken Stringfellow with the Maldives. Both Friday’s and Saturday’s shows were sell outs and that says a lot seeing how many shows were happening those same nights.
Ken Stringfellow was a founding member and half the driving force . . . → Read More: Ken Stringfellow and The Maldives & Friends Play to A Sellout Crowd at The Tractor Tavern, By Holly Homan
Seattle’s latest and greatest baroque pop band, Tomten, will perform Thursday, 2/23 at Neumos with Pica Beats and Curtains for You. Tomten goes on at 9pm sharpish.
KEXP describes Tomten, who hope to release a 10 inch vinyl EP in April and a full length work in June, in this way, “Well-crafted and . . . → Read More: Tomten with Pica Beats and Curtains For You at Neumos 2/23
Photo by Dave McCoy – www.davemccoyphotography.com
The Neptune Theater in Seattle’s University District only just recently was converted into a live music venue. I’d been in it many times when it was a movie theater. The venue lends itself well for hosting live music. The seats on the main floor were removed making a . . . → Read More: The Posies, Star Anna & The Laughing Dogs, and Curtains for You at The Neptune in Seattle 11/19/11, By Holly Homan