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The Glorious Sons

The Glorious Sons release new video for "Don't Live Fast"

With touring at a standstill due to the COVID-19 outbreak, bands like The Glorious Sons are finding new ways to connect with their fans. For starters, the band released a music video for a brand new song called "Don't Live Fast", and it's pretty much exactly what we neeeded right now. Video of The... Read More
Metallica

Metallica donating $350k to Coronavirus relief organizations

Powered by StickerYou.com. As our planet continues to navigate these uncertain times, bands like Metallica are committed to stepping up in big ways. The band's All Within My Hands Foundation is pitching in to help flatten the curve, pledging $350,000 to four organizations fighting back against... Read More
Rush 2112

44 years ago, Rush released '2112'

Feeling stir crazy? Me, too. Thankfully, music can help us escape isolation, and since 2112 is one of the most iconic concept albums in all of prog rock, it makes the perfect album to listen to while you're self-quarantining at home. Saddle up and take a 20-minute, 7-part trip into the future, as... Read More
Angus Young AC/DC

We salute Angus Young's signature moves

Powered by StickerYou.com Don your school-boy and school-girl uniforms and help us celebrate the birth of Angus Young! The AC/DC guitarist turns 65 on March 31st, and over the course of his lifetime, he's developed a number of signature moves. Here's a look at our Top 5: 5. Devil Horns - This... Read More
bulldog

This is how the KISW critters feel about work from home

Almost everyone at The Rock of Seattle is working from home, and for the most part, we think the KISW critters are digging it. Here are some recent photos of the crew and their pets. Thrill and Molly Taryn and Kai The Reverend En Fuego's cats Frank In Accounting and Damnit Carl Get In The House... Read More

Seattle Rock Day is April 9th

Greetings, Dear Rockaholics! April 9th is a very special day where we will once again drop everything we typically do on a Thursday to reflect on Seattle’s rock legacy that will forever be celebrated across the globe. Bands have emerged from the north, south, east and west of our fair city, and... Read More
cake

You don't have to be a baker to make this cake

As we try not to go completely stir crazy, many of us are heading to the kitchen to pass the time. Best known for her impeccable cookie decorating skills, Arlington's Emily Hutchinison shares a timeless classic - the Depression Cake, which she has cleverly rebranded as the Quarantine Cake. I made... Read More
five finger death punch

Five Finger Death Punch move Tacoma show to October

Due to the growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus global pandemic, Five Finger Death Punch have moved their North American Tour dates. The band will now launch their 24-date tour in September, which of course means moving their Tacoma Dome show to October 18th. Their new album F8 is available... Read More
french horns of the Seattle Symphony

Seattle Symphony share 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'

Musicians all over the globe are sharing their art via social media, and the Seattle Symphony Horns just added a beautiful performance to Facebook. The quartet played a socially distant version of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", each recording their part separately from home, then editing together to... Read More
ozzy and kelly osbourne

Kelly Osbourne says, "Stay home for Ozzy"

Powered by StickerYou.com . We all have someone we are staying home for. Maybe it's a parent. Maybe it's a child. Maybe it's Ozzy Osbourne. As the daughter of an at-risk person, Kelly Osbourne took to Instagram to remind us all just how important it is to STAY HOME, and she hashtagged the post with... Read More