Archive for the ‘On Tour’ Category

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.

Photos: Joshua Radin with A Fine Frenzy and Lucy Schwartz @ City Arts Fest 2012

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
Photos: Joshua Radin with A Fine Frenzy and Lucy Schwartz @ City Arts Fest 2012

Photos taken by Rhys Logan during Joshua Radin’s show on October 18th, 2012 for City Arts Fest in Seattle, WA.

The melody of silence: Joshua Radin’s unexpected inspiration for ‘Underwater’ + interview

Friday, October 26th, 2012
The melody of silence: Joshua Radin’s unexpected inspiration for ‘Underwater’ + interview

Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you couldn’t go underwater? Singer-songwriter Joshua Radin never had to wonder – that’s just how life was for him growing up. Diagnosed with a hole in his eardrum at just 4 years old, Joshua was forced to be a land-dweller throughout his formative years and well into adulthood. “Everyone takes it for granted, I think, the ability to go underwater.” he tells me as we sit on a couch backstage at Seattle’s Moore Theater, “I started thinking about alienation and different worlds that people can never be a part of. That’s one for me, obviously.”

Lookin’ on ‘The Bright Side’: A Q&A with Meiko

Friday, October 19th, 2012
Lookin’ on ‘The Bright Side’: A Q&A with Meiko

One listen to Meiko’s new album, The Bright Side, and you’ll know that this girl has something special. Her first single off of the record, “Leave the Lights On,” is playful and catchy. The album in its entirety follows the cycle of a relationship.

Seattle: See ZZ Ward at The Crocodile on October 22nd!

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
Seattle: See ZZ Ward at The Crocodile on October 22nd!

If you live near Seattle and you’ve got plans on October 22nd, I am officially suggesting that you cancel your plans and go catch ZZ Ward’s show at The Crocodile.

Richard Marx talks songwriting, collaborating and upcoming solo acoustic tour

Saturday, September 29th, 2012
Richard Marx talks songwriting, collaborating and upcoming solo acoustic tour

Grammy award-winning Richard Marx is arguably one of the most impactful men in the music business.  With his undeniably distinct voice and versatility as a songwriter, he has been a part of most all of our musical lives over the last THREE decades.  He has several number one hits under his belt including, “Don’t Mean Nothing,” […]

Full lineup announced for Seattle’s City Arts Fest 2012

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

City Arts is pleased to announce that Mos Def with special guests The
Physics, Larry Hawkins (formerly SK), Thaddeus David, and DJ Swervewon,
Devotchka with the Seattle Rock Orchestra, Blind Pilot , Point Juncture,
WA, Tom Eddy, The Soft Hills, Reign Wolf at the Laser Dome, SSION,
Glitterbang, Nark, Fresh Espresso, Kingdom Crumbs, Key Nyata, The Good
Sin, The Dusty 45s, and Vince Mira Band have been added to the music
lineup.

Photos & Setlist: ZZ Ward at Woodland Park Zoo

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
Photos & Setlist: ZZ Ward at Woodland Park Zoo

ZZ Ward played to a packed Woodland Park Zoo crowd on July 18th! Setlist: Put The Gun Down ‘Til the Casket Drops Got It Bad Last Love Song Charlie Ain’ Home If I Could Be Her Criminal Move Like U Stole It Special thanks to Kirk Stauffer and his fantastic photography skills!

Delta Rae’s debut LP ‘Carry The Fire’ on sale June 19th

Friday, June 15th, 2012
Delta Rae’s debut LP ‘Carry The Fire’ on sale June 19th

Delta Rae’s debut record, Carry The Fire, is set to drop on June 19th. The seven piece band is already starting to turn heads with the powerful harmonies and booming rhythm of the album’s first single, “Bottom of The River.”

Everest: free download of “Raking Me Over The Coals” + tour dates with Neil Young

Thursday, June 14th, 2012
Everest: free download of “Raking Me Over The Coals” + tour dates with Neil Young

Los Angeles band Everest is set to kick off their tour with Neil Young in November at Seattle’s Key Arena. Young hand-picked the band to open for him in 2008 after the band released their debut record under his label, Vapor Records.

The band is preparing to release their third studio album, Ownerless, which is set to drop on June 26th on ATO Records.

Wintersleep on their new album ‘Hello Hum’ + Seattle on June 1st

Sunday, May 27th, 2012
Wintersleep on their new album ‘Hello Hum’ + Seattle on June 1st

Canadian quartet Wintersleep is headed to Seattle’s beautiful Columbia City Theater on June 1st and Tim was kind enough to tell me a bit about the band’s upcoming record, Hello Hum.

Meet the future of country music: An interview with Hunter Hayes

Saturday, May 5th, 2012
Meet the future of country music: An interview with Hunter Hayes

CMT.com writer Chet Flippo once said that “the future of country music will be decided by the authenticity of the music itself.” I couldn’t agree more – and that’s why I am confident that Hunter Hayes’ approach to music is the way of the future.