Photos: Yes & Todd Rundgren – Yestival @ Tulalip Ampitheatre

Yes & Todd Rundgren – Yestival @ Tulalip Ampitheatre, 9/3/17
Photos by Peter Dervin
Memory Lane Series, part 36

The Seattle area has been lucky to have Yes play two shows in the last two years: Tulalip in 2017, and Woodinville in 2018. The 2017 concert was part of the Yestival tour, while the 2018 concert was one date of the 50th Anniversary tour. Congratulations on that anniversary! Todd Rundgren, who opened in 2017, has also been busy with six albums already released this decade. There are loads of opportunities to catch both bands again right now, so check them out.


Todd Rundgren



Photos: Jade Jackson @ Showbox SoDo

Acknowledged by Rolling Stone as one of “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know”, Jade Jackson opened for Social Distortion at Showbox SoDo. The show was the first night of a seven-week run in support her debut album, Gilded, produced by Mike Ness, Social Distortion frontman. Jade and her band took a few minutes after their set for some portraits.

Jade Jackson


Cool Cover: The Babe Rainbow’s Double Rainbow

Cool Cover: Australia’s the Babe Rainbow‘s Double Rainbow.
Details: New LP from the Babe Rainbow out on July 13th. It will be available, at among other outlets, at Flightless Records, who will have an aqua vinyl version of it!


Photos: The Glitch Mob & Elohim @ Showbox SoDo

The Glitch Mob & Elohim @ Showbox SoDo – 5/18/18
Photos by Casey Brevig

Ooah of the Glitch Mob

The incredible trio of electronic artists known as the Glitch Mob headlined Showbox SoDo on May 18th. From Los Angeles, the Glitch Mob is smartly self-produced on their own label, Glass Air Records; you can hear more evidence of their great sounds on new Glitch Mob album, See Without Eyes. That album awesomely features fellow Los Angeles artist Arama on “Take With Me You” and New Orleans singer Ambré Perkins on “How Do I Get To Invincible.” Very cool. I also think I spot the return of The Blade, a stage design the Glitch Mob introduced for their 2014 tour. Elohim, from Los Angeles, opened. We’ve been lucky to have Elohim here at least twice this year.

The Glitch Mob



Photos: Lake Street Dive @ Showbox at the Market

Lake Street Dive – Rachael Price (lead vocals), Mike “McDuck” Olson (trumpet, guitar), Bridget Kearney (upright bass), Mike Calabrese (drums) and Akie Bermiss (keyboards) – played a sold out show at Showbox at the Market. They’re on the road supporting their latest release, Free Yourself Up. Catch them back in Seattle in September, headlining at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. New York-based harpist Mikaela Davis opened.

Lake Street Dive

Mikaela Davis