25 August 2016
Sometime between the tail end of New Kids on the Block's initial run and the rise of the mega-boy bands in the late '90s, Color Me Badd were among the reigning harmonizers in pop.
The trio – Mark Calderon, Bryan Abrams and Kevin Thornton, and early member Sam Watters – will be back onstage delivering their biggest…
18 August 2016
Forget petty rock feuds, riots sparked by no-shows and especially those "Fat Axl" memes that have been floating around the Internet this year. The reunited Guns N' Roses is no joke.
Remembering the mostly fill-in Guns lineup that showed up at the Tacoma Dome in 2002, I was actually more excited to see hometown…
11 August 2016
Broadway Center is gearing up for its fourth annual Brew Five Three festival, which will take over Broadway – between 9th and 11th streets – from 1-8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13.
“This is one of the largest events that the Broadway Center produces each year,” Broadway Center's Associate Executive Director Lacey…
4 August 2016
In 2013, the Music and Art in Wright Park festival reunited vocalist Abe Brennan with Gold Records' guitarist Fred Speakman, his band mate from popular '90s punk band My Name. At least year's festival, Dead Letter Office returned to he stage for the first time since vocalist Dan Stone moved to San Diego in 2001.
28 July 2016
Seattle comedian Andrew Rivers is obsessed with odd jobs. As in really unusual ones, the kind that almost no one thinks of having when they're kids, daydreaming about what they might be doing in 20 years.
“One of my best friends is a high school teacher, and we talk about this all the time,” said Rivers, who will…
21 July 2016
One of the Sixth Avenue scene's biggest players is taking his talents to South Tacoma. After years of booking bands for Jazzbones and Art on the Ave, talent buyer Dan Rankin's next venture will be reopening the Airport Tavern Bar & Grill, a spot that's been dark for the past couple of years at 5406 South Tacoma Way. Most…
23 June 2016
Organizers have released the lineup for this year's Music and Art in Wright Park, the local punk and indie-rock festival that will take over Wright Park - 501 S. I St. - on Aug. 13.
“We've still got a couple of spaces left, but I'm waiting on a couple of exciting call backs,” said Jayme Fisher, who booked the bands…