I know it was a Tuesday, the beginning of the week and most still hadn’t quite recovered from the weekend’s excesses. But so many of us missed out on a breakout show by The Postelles, Brooklyn’s gift to catchy tunes. I suggest you don’t make that mistake next time they cruise through Seattle, because they […]
Dark, Macabre, Literate, Love, Hate, Beautiful, Traditional, Original, Country, Folk, American Gothic. All of these words describe the unique music and sound of The Handsome Family.
On Sunday night 107.7 The End kicked off a new year of its exclusive End Sessions, bringing a handful of fans to the station’s first-ever back-to-back session at the EMP Skychurch. British singer-songwriter Hugo kicked things off with a colorful set that included his much-buzzed about cover of Jay Z’s “99 Problems.” Indie rockers Cage […]
Because Carrabba was celebrating Swiss Army Romance and the album is largely acoustic, pre-dating the full-band version of Dashboard, Carrabba took to the stage with no band, just his voice and his acoustic guitar. This solo acoustic show was anything but dull.
American Idol has introduced us to some amazing – and some not so amazing – vocal talent over the years. Lee Dewyze, the current American Idol, has a great raw voice and is a talented multi-instrumentalist, but the production on his latest CD, Live It Up is polished so slick that you could slip just […]