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Alice In Chains

Alice In Chains to be honored at MoPOP in Seattle

Each year, the Museum of Pop Culture honors music legends at their Founders Award fundrasier, and this year, they'll be honoring Alice In Chains. We’re excited to announce that we are being honored at this year’s @MoPOPSeattle Founders Award on December 1, 2020. The nonprofit museum’s annual... Read More
Kicks For Kids

Kicks For Kids raised more than $36,000

When we partnered with Mary's Place a few months ago to put brand new shoes on local children whose families were facing homelessness, we had a feeling our Rockaholics would show up in a BIG way. Today, our Rockaholics did just that! Through your generosity, Kicks For Kids has raised $36,095.13 for... Read More
Dick's Drive-In

Dick's Drive-In announces its Top 5 Food Truck Cities

The votes are in, and the cities have been named! Coming to a city near you is the traveling Dick's Drive-In Food Truck. On top of this announcement, the Seattle restaurant unveiled that a new location will be coming to the Eastside, and you can be a part of the search! Send your favorite Eastside... Read More
Metallica

Metallica donates $250k to wildfire relief efforts

For the fourth year straight, Metallica will be aiding in wildfire relief efforts. With deep ties to the west coast, the band is stepping up in a big way to help those battling fires on the front lines in California, Oregon and Washington through their All Within My Hands Foundation. Wildfires have... Read More
Lzzy Hale - AXS TV

Lzzy Hale kicks off 'A Year In Music' with 1989 this Sunday

In the year 1989, glam transitioned to grunge and Nirvana made their debut with Bleach. Lzzy Hale of Halestorm hosts 'A Year In Music' this fall on AXS TV, and she'll kick things off by bringing the 80s to a close this Sunday at 6:30pm. Video of The End of the 80s | A Year in Music After Sunday,... Read More
puppy and kitten

Free vaccination clinics for pets in Seattle this weekend

The past few months have proven to be challenging for almost everyone, and that includes pet owners who may be struggling to keep up with regular veterinary care for their animals. A coalition of veterinary clinics and animal care providers are holding the first ever, multi-site vaccination effort... Read More
Ayron Jones at the Capitol Hill Block Party

Ayron Jones plays the National Anthem before the Hawks game

Just two days after the 50th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix death, you can't help but think Ayron Jones was channeling his inner Hendrix when he shredded the National Anthem before the Seahawks took on the Patriots on Sunday night. Playing the National Anthem before the Seahawks game was a bucket list... Read More
Kurt Cobain

AXS TV's 'Hype!' details the rise of Seattle's grunge scene

Which band TRULY started the grunge genre? Was it Skin Yard? The Melvins? Green River? We're not sure if Hype! will answer that question once and for all, but what we do know is that it will be included in this fall's trio of Docs That Rock on AXS TV. #DocsThatRock block returns with 3 broadcast... Read More
beer

Crucible Brewing Company celebrates 5 years

If you had the opportunity to design a beer with a local brewer, what kind would you brew? That experience is one of the many incredible silent auction items available for bidding at Crucible Brewing Company's 5th Anniversary Party on Saturday, October 3rd. Celebrating 5 years of Crucible Beers!... Read More
Jimi Hendrix

Remembering Jimi Hendrix 50 years later

Powered by StickerYou.com When it comes to the guitar, there is none greater than the late Jimi Hendrix. September 18th, 2020 marks 50 years since his passing, and the KISW Staff pays tribute by picking our favorite songs from the Seattle shredder. BJ Shea: "The Wind Cries Mary" Video of Jimi... Read More