Saturday night May 25th I headed to Seattle’s University District to a very cozy little place called Kraken Lounge. On the bill were two of my favorite Seattle bands — Poorsport and Angie and the Car Wrecks.
Poorsport finished out the night and unfortunately many had left by the time they came . . . → Read More: Poorsport, Angie & the Car Wrecks, Whywolves & Regional Faction Bring Punk Rock to Kraken Lounge in Seattle’s University District, By Holly Homan
Friday night, January 4, at the invitation of Seattle band Poorsport, I ventured down to Seattle’s Pioneer Square and set foot in a club I haven’t been to in at least 20 years, The Central Tavern. This used to be one of my main haunts back in the late eighties, but then they . . . → Read More: Amsterdam, Poorsport and Friends Like Enemies – Punk Bands Fire Up Seattle’s Central Tavern, By Holly Homan
Friday afternoon July 20, I headed to the Seattle Center (home of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle) to witness Seattle’s Poorsport perform at The Bite of Seattle festival. The rain had finally stopped after dumping buckets all morning, but the clouds were still ever present and threatened to dump again at any moment. But this . . . → Read More: Poorsport Plays Bite of Seattle Under Threat of Torrential Rain, By Holly Homan
MXPX are still going strong in Seattle and that’s a good thing. They played a raucous show Saturday May 26th at Seattle’s El Corazon. The place was packed tighter than that proverbial tin of sardines. I was literally squished against the stage and couldn’t move even a fraction of an inch.
MXPX came . . . → Read More: A Long Awaited Performance by MXPX Rocks a Packed House at El Corazon, By Holly Homan