Two bands we highly recommend, Toronto, Canada’s Elliott Brood and Vancouver, Canada’s The Pack a.d. hit the Crocodile in February. The Pack a.d. returns to Seattle on April 20th with Our Lady Peace. Until then check out Lord Fotog‘s shots of the February show: Elliott Brood The Pack a.d.
Swing music has never died. Thanks to bands such as Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, the genre continues strong. On March 1st BBVD appeared at Seattle’s Jazz Alley – complete with pinstripe suits, double bass and horn section. Beautiful photos by Alex Crick follow: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn came to Seattle’s Crocodile to perform music from his debut solo album, Clear Heart Full Eyes. Finn, who is now touring Europe, let Back Beat Seattle contributor Amber Barni take some shots of his set. Love and enjoy: Craig Finn
The closest Howlin Rain gets to Seattle next will be at Sasquatch! Music Festival on May 26th. If you missed the Sunset show in February we’ve got photos by Lord Fotog, who got some magical shots. Howlin Rain’s latest, The Russian Wilds, is out now, and is beautiful. Howlin Rain
The Lonely Forest featuring Seattle Rock Orchestra with Black Whales Neptune Theatre – March 3rd, 2012 Review by Chris Senn Photos by Simon Krane The Lonely Forest rocked the Neptune Theatre on March 3rd treating their first all ages Seattle audience (did they already forget Bumbershoot?) to a unique and at times utterly amazing show. […]