Feed Me a Line: Andrew Stonestreet of Greylag

Editor's Note: One of our talented photographers, Megan Kumakura, has an incredible knack for chatter. What I mean is, she sits down near any one person and she creates an instant bond and friendship that puts them at ease and opens them up. It's a gift that we're lucky enough to incorporate into a … [Read more...]

Andrew McMahon Still Brings Out the Fans

Andrew McMahon played to an enthusiastic crowd last Tuesday at the Showbox, singing songs from both of his former bands Jack's Mannequin and Something Corporate, as well as a few new ones that will be released on his new project¬†The Pop Underground EP¬†April 30th. The night began with the smooth … [Read more...]

We’ll Miss You, Dave Brubeck: Why Jazz Is Still Awesome

I spent an inordinate amount of time in my youth making loud noises. They tended to be melodic and nice to hear, but it took time to get there. It's where my appreciation for good music, practiced musicians and beautiful melodies stem from. In other words, I was a band geek. From the ages of 8 to … [Read more...]

Aaron J. Shay Takes His Ukulele Folk Down the Coast

In a city saturated with guitar-toting musicians, Aaron J. Shay is making his mark armed with a ukulele, clever lyrics and an infectious passion for music. He has been making the rounds in the Seattle for years with his street-folk band The Mongrel Jews (they are all Jewish, so it's okay). But now, … [Read more...]

Debbie Miller’s EP Release at Columbia City

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