Archive for the ‘On Tour’ Category

The Alternate Routes on their song, “Nothing More” + interview

Monday, May 5th, 2014
The Alternate Routes on their song, “Nothing More” + interview

Two years ago, Eric Donnelly and Tim Warren of The Alternate Routes were given a very special assignment: write a song for the Connecticut non-profit Newtown Kindness that was started just after the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. “We tried to keep things light and positive,” explained Tim, “because I think that was the aim of the organization.”

Their song, “Nothing More,” has since become the anthem for numerous charitable foundations across the country and continues to provide a silver lining for everyone who listens to it.

Katie Herzig’s latest ‘Walk Through Walls’ + interview

Friday, April 18th, 2014
Katie Herzig’s latest ‘Walk Through Walls’ + interview

Katie Herzig is a very inspiring person. After spending years suffering from stage fright, she kept pushing and growing and is now several albums in to her solo career. But the inspiration doesn’t stop there – Katie is an incredibly innovative artist whose sound has evolved into something that is uniquely her own.

Photos: The Naked and Famous electrify Key Arena

Monday, February 17th, 2014
Photos: The Naked and Famous electrify Key Arena

There’s nothing better than a band that can bring the magic of their studio sound to the live show on stage.  The Naked and Famous do just that.  Check out some photos from the incredible and energetic show!

The Naked and Famous to join Imagine Dragons at Key Arena February 11 + interview

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

After their wildy accepted 2010 debut, ‘Passive Me, Aggressive You,’ The Naked and Famous spent the next two years touring the world and learning from the whole process. “We came to realize what worked and what didn’t in a live environment,” explains bassist David Beadle.

Good music to find you: Gregory Alan Isakov on his latest record ‘The Weatherman’

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Colorado-based singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov might just be the most wonderful songwriter to softly make his way into your life at just the right time.

Andrew Belle on his new album ‘Black Bear’

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Andrew Belle starting making a name for himself the second that he released his debut EP, All Those Pretty Lights. Though he lives in Chicago, he spent the early part of his career honing his craft in the Nashville music scene. He released his first full-length album, The Ladder, in 2010.

Sara Bareilles’ ‘Brave Enough’ solo tour stop at Seattle’s Showbox at the Market on 5/11

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
Sara Bareilles’ ‘Brave Enough’ solo tour stop at Seattle’s Showbox at the Market on 5/11

Earlier this year, Sara Bareilles challenged herself to do the bravest thing she could do: go on tour completely solo. In alignment with her latest single, “Brave,” Sara is encouraging fans across the country to overcome their fears along with her. Sara is hoping that fans will share what kinds of things they are brave […]

Must see show: Lisa Loeb in Kirkland Tomorrow, April 9th!

Monday, April 8th, 2013
Must see show: Lisa Loeb in Kirkland Tomorrow, April 9th!

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Lisa Loeb in the Seattle area – but lucky for us, she is going to be playing at the Kirkland Performance Center tomorrow night. I was lucky enough to have a fantastic chat with Lisa just a couple of days before the show, check it out!

Review: Brandi Carlile and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra 11/23/2012

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

Applause roared through a sold-out Benaroya Hall the moment that Seattle’s folk-rock darling Brandi Carlile took the stage with twins Phil and Tim Hanseroth on November 23rd.

Must-see show: Susanna Hoffs set to play Seattle’s Triple Door on 11/18 + interview

Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Must-see show: Susanna Hoffs set to play Seattle’s Triple Door on 11/18 + interview

Susanna Hoffs is heading to Seattle’s Triple Door Theater this Sunday and she’s bringing a set of brand new 60s-influenced songs to share from her latest album, Someday. Her shows, she says, are a lot more spontaneous this time around. “Part of what’s really special and fun is that every show is different,” she says about this very special solo tour. “I get to sort of make it up on the spot.”

A Fine Frenzy performs ‘Pines’ to an attentive Seattle crowd at City Arts Fest + interview

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012
A Fine Frenzy performs ‘Pines’ to an attentive Seattle crowd at City Arts Fest + interview

As much as I loved Alison Sudol of A Fine Frenzy and her latest album, Pines…I love her and it even more now that I’ve seen her perform the record live.

Photos: ZZ Ward plays to a packed Crocodile in Seattle on 10/22

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
Photos: ZZ Ward plays to a packed Crocodile in Seattle on 10/22

Photos of ZZ Ward’s booming performance at The Crocodile in Seattle on October 22nd, 2012.