Live Music

Local band gets local beer - “Always Naked Summer Pale”

Some bands have merch. Some bands press vinyl. Always Naked is getting their very own beer. Seattle's Hellbent Brewing Company is unveiling Always Naked Summer Pale, and the release party goes down Saturday, May 18th at Seattle's Funhouse, adjacent to El Corazon. You may have caught Always Naked on...
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Seattle bands are ready to Rock Out ALS on Friday, May 17th

Seattle's rock community loves to come together to make a difference, and we want to pack the place for Rock Out ALS on Friday! ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) connects so many of us, and we have the opportunity to fight back against a disease that has already taken too much. Club Sur will host four...
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New Volbeat Song and New Album Details

Today, Volbeat confirm their return with their seventh album Rewind, Replay, Rebound , which will be released on August 2nd. For the album, Volbeat build upon their distinct, psychobilly, punk-tinged rock ‘n’ roll sound they are known for, while reaching for new creative summits. “The whole point...
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Alice in Chains announce Seattle show & release new video to celebrate

Alice in Chains added a homecoming show on September 20th at WAMU Theater to close out their Rainier Fog tour, with tickets on sale Friday . On top of this monster announcement, the band released a very PNW video for "Rainier Fog", the title track off of their sixth studio album. Check it out! How...
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50 years ago, Led Zeppelin played atop a floating stage on Green Lake

It's been nearly 50 years since Seattle's Aqua Theatre operated on Green Lake, and one of the final performances came from Led Zeppelin on May 11, 1969. At the time, Led Zeppelin was a new band on the rise, just months before the release of Led Zeppelin II . But as you can see from their setlist,...
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A Metallica Tribute to the north & Radfest to the south

Another Loud & Local weekend has arrived, Rockaholics, and this one is going to be MASSIVE. Friday night, you'll want to check out Blistered Earth at Tony V's Garage in Everett. They SLAY Metallica, especially their earliest material with Cliff Burton. Tickets are $15! Related Content:...
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#SaveTheShowbox: What's next and how you can help

Mark your calendar for June 5th, Rockaholics. The landmark nomination meeting to help Save The Showbox has been set for June 5th at City Hall. According to a post from Historic Seattle , the organization fighting tirelessly to protect and preserve this and other Seattle landmarks, the meeting will...
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Dave Grohl played the drums at the Ronnie James Dio Tribute

Did you know Dave Grohl and Ronnie James Dio used to be neighbors? At the 5th Annual Ride For Ronnie on Sunday, May 5th, Mr. Grohl hopped behind the drum kit for impromptu covers of Motörhead and Thin Lizzy, mentioning that the late Ronnie James Dio used to live right down the street from him...
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Check out the Loud & Local bands throwing down this weekend

The week just FLEW by, and that means it's time to head out and support local bands to the north, the south and everywhere in between! Friday night, the Unplugged Tributes to: Pearl Jam & Mother Love Bone play Rocko's Fireside in Everett. If you'll be in the city, check out Flowmotion featuring...
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Disturbed vs. Rob Zombie: The Battle of Pyrotechnics

Powered by StickerYou.com. With three days of Pain in the Grass on the calendar, we're already envisioning the insane stage sets from our headliners, two of which are quite famous for their pyrotechnics. Disturbed headlines Friday, August 2nd and Rob Zombie headlines Saturday, August 3rd, and if...
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