Well, hot dang. My next dreaded air travel trip just got more enjoyable due to this radness from Sea-Tac Airport. To celebrate the launch, live (free!) music performances from Fly Moon Royalty, The Dusty 45’s, Recess Monkey, and Carrie Clark will happen this Saturday, January 28 at the Gina Marie Lindsey Arrival Hall
How’s this for a deal? Share our “One Night at The Neptune” concert film with your facebook friends, twitter followers, or blog readers, and we’ll enter your name into a draw for this awesome signed prize pack courtesy of the great folks in Campfire OK.
More songs from the last year in Northwest music.
You guys. I made you a mixtape. And let’s get this straight – I’m not saying these are the Best Songs From A Critical Standpoint of 2011 Northwest releases, they’re just favorites that I want to share if you haven’t already discovered them this year.
Allen Stone and his take on soul music has been on the tip of everybody’s tongues in the music industry lately, especially here in Seattle. With sold out shows at The Neptune Theater in January, and a Spring tour coming together, Allen is on the cusp of being the buzz nationwide.
Campfire OK have just finished recording their new record, Jessica Dobson is putting the final touches on her album, and Pickwick are holed up in Oregon with Richard Swift working on their first full-length. This has been a huge year for all three bands
Pacific Northwest weekly music news update for November 30
So, you’ve decided to bypass the Big Box stampeding masses at ungodly hours on Black Friday this year. Awesome! Sleep in, grab a coffee (and maybe your music nerd cousin), because Record Store Day is sponsoring a special event
Pacific Northwest music news for Nov 22-28, 2011