Free Tix: The Builders and the Butchers

We have a pair of tix for The Builders and the Butchers‘ show this Friday at the Crocodile.

First person who emails and can tell me which city the band is based in gets these tix. I’ll close up the contest at 4:00 pm Pacific Time on Thursday, March 26th.

This show is 21+.


Romance on a Wednesday Evening

Romance is playing at the Crocodile on Wednesday, March 25th. It’s been quite a while since I have seen this band and I treasure their cds I have. If we’re lucky the moody Seattle skies will match this music with something like this, a shot of what looks like a skylight at the Crocodile. Dreamy.

Crocodile Windows – photo by Amelia Gydé

And check out Romance’s video for Killer in the World:


Photos: Patrol @ The Crocodile

Patrol played the Crocodile tonight for day two of the venue’s grand opening. Amelia Gydé, who is part of the team of as photographer and writer just edited some sweet shots. I am posting a couple here. The Crocodile is pretty swanky now – that’s right, I am looking at you marble sink.

Skippy King of Patrol – photo by Amelia Gydé

Jared Burke Eglington of Patrol – photo by Amelia Gydé

Marble (!!!) sink in the Crocodile – photo by Amelia Gydé


3.21 Bash at the High Dive

There’s a birthday bash on Saturday, March 21st for local blog Ear Candy. They Live will headline and don’t miss Brent Amaker & the Rodeo, Team Gina and We Wrote the Book on Connectors. I recommend this show. You’ve got your hip hop, your country . . .

Party starts at 9:30.


Tommy: Ann-Margret in Beans

I’ve been watching Tommy tonight, the film version by Ken Russell of the Who’s masterpiece. Ann-Margret played the mom and won a Golden Globe. Here’s one of my favorite parts of the movie, where Ann-Margret sings Rain Champagne. And is covered in baked beans.