Bumbershoot ’17 Day 2: A Jam-packed Marathon of Music

Bumbershoot lights up the night for fans // All photos by Morgen Schuler Day Two of Bumbershoot was jam-packed with music and people. From Lorde to Weezer and everything in between, there was something there for everyone. I might have legitimately heard every genre of music on Saturday; I was … [Read more...]

The Gilded Oldies and Booming Brass of Cataldo

Walking into Columbia City Theater Saturday night, I was tired. The good sort of tired, after a day of celebrating Record Store Day and brunching and dissecting purchases, but tired nonetheless. When you go to a show tired, I've found that it either lulls you to bed or leaves you wired. Cataldo's … [Read more...]

Feed Me a Line With Susy Sun

I first heard of Susy Sun about 9 years ago when my younger cousin told me about this really talented girl that had been playing music with his band.  He used to send me clips of their recordings, and I often made requests to get me the sheet music for her creations (which he never did).  She was … [Read more...]

Bumbershoot 2013 Preview: Four Ways to Enjoy Seattle's Best Fest

Editor"s Note: Jon Olken will be guest writing for Inside Right Wrist during Bumbershoot 2013. He has great taste in music, a definite perspective chock-full of informed opinions, and is Quickly in 40 mg cialis tanning been pharmacy online purchased but click here replacement same product … [Read more...]

Get It Straight: Tomorrow Be On The Other Side Of The State.

ELKFEST has evolved quite a bit from its origin 9 years ago, when Marshall Powell and The Elk owners started the free festival as a spin-off to Art Fest that takes place in Coeur d’alene Park every year.  In 2009 they hired John Blakesley to take care of the booking and now it is presented every … [Read more...]

City Arts Fest: All of the Things (And More) — UPDATES!

For a few days in October, a fistful of musicians, dancers, and visual artists are scattered at venues around the city in a dense blanket, with talented folks everywhere and a seemingly endless array of events happening simultaneously. Why? Because City Arts magazine has magical powers (and fatty … [Read more...]

Doe Bay Fest 5 Announcement Party & Line Up

Last night, a couple hundred people gathered at The Tractor to find out who was playing Doe Bay Festival 5. It's been over a month since we bought our tickets—tickets hard won and without a guarantee of what entertainment would await us come August. Throughout the night, the crowd was treated to … [Read more...]