The Dandy Warhols show is made for a venue like the Showbox. Their sound filled the room effortlessly and the bohemians, out in full force, were dancing throughout the entire set.
Indie guitar heroes Built to Spill are epic live and seeing them let loose in a venue as small and intimate as the Showbox was something special. This was the first night of a two night stand and Doug Martsch and Co. were on their game from the start.
Review: Chris Senn Photos: Brad Curran (courtesy of City Arts Fest) The first inaugural City Arts Fest came to a close with a final night show by indie darlings She & Him at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. Rock concerts rarely ever take place at the 5th Avenue. It was great to see and hear Zooey […]
Review: Chris Senn Photos: Sarah Jurado (courtesy of City Arts Fest) If the term “Rock and Roll Survivor” was in the dictionary, a photo of Roky Erickson would surely accompany it. Roky is a Rock and Roll survivor in every sense of the word. He came to prominence in the mid to late 1960s as […]
Review: Chris Senn Photos: Rachel Vernon-Cole, Heather Catherine, David Lichterman (courtesy of City Arts Fest) Gogol Bordello turned the Showbox SoDo turned into a fist-pumping, sweat dripping, free-spirited gypsy punk dance hall to close out the first day of the inaugural City Arts Fest, a festival dreamt up, created and executed by Seattle’s City Arts […]