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This Weekend: Soft Hills, Bryan John Appleby (record release), One Summer Night

29 Jul

Friday: Soft Hills, Neighbors, The Perfect Weather

The ambient, indie rock of Soft Hills headline Friday night with power pop band Neighbors playing main support. The Perfect Weather opens the night with sweet, guitar driven melodies.

9pm // $8 // Tickets

Saturday: Bryan John Appleby, Gabriel Mintz, The Good Luck Number

Saturday is a very special night as we welcome Bryan John Appleby and the release of his new record, Fire on the Vine. Supporting him will be Gabriel Mintz with The Good Luck Number opening the show.

9pm // $8 // Tickets

Sunday: One Summer Night

Join us Sunday for One Summer Night: An evening of Gospel and Jazz to benefit CHAMPS Resource and Service Center of South Seattle.

Featuring performance by Robin Henderson & Zion Prayze, Jazz Underground and Jaqueine Echols.

7pm // $10 advance – $15 door // Tickets

This Thursday: The Collective Presents: Best of the New III (Free show)

15 Jun

This Thursday the Columbia City Theater will be host to the Collective’s third Best of the New show. The Collective consists of three great organizations promoting and presenting music in the NW. Artist Home, Sound on the Sound and the Warehouse have teamed up to showcase four relatively new and unknown bands that are on track to make some big waves in the near future.

Fort Union, photo by Dylan Priest

This time around will feature the ambient country-tinged rock of Fort Union, the indie-psychedelia of Moya, the sweet, timeless harmonies of Hannalee and the stirring songwriting of Stephen Nielsen.

Former bands featured by the Collective include Lemolo, Youth Rescue Mission, Rockwell Powers, Bryan John Appleby and Land of Pines. Not a bad track record.

Best of all the show is FREE!

8pm // FREE

This Weekend: Feral Children, Yuni in Taxco (record release), Drew Grow Benefit, SunDate with Michel Navedo

17 Feb

Friday: Feral Children, Yuni in Taxco (record release), Ocean Age

Yuni in Taxco

Another local band is having their record release show at the Theater this weekend as Yuni in Taxco celebrate the release of their new record, Sanpaku.  This soulful pop band will be complimented by headliners Feral Children‘s powerful and intense live show.  Opening up the night will be Ocean Age.

Feral Children

9pm // $10 adv – $12 day of show // Tickets

Saturday: A Benefit for Drew Grow & the Pastors’ Wives

Drew Grow, photo by Dylan Priest

Drew Grow, photo by Dylan Priest

Several of Seattle’s finest musicians will be performing on Saturday to raise money for Drew Grow (of Portland’s Drew Grow & the Pastors’ Wives) who was severely injured in car accident last month. Thankfully, Drew is on his way to a full recovery, but the accident caused him to incur many expenses and the band’s touring van was totalled.

Although Drew lives in Portland, the amazing and supportive Seattle musical community has claimed him as our own and the our scene’s creme of the crop will be on stage this weekend to help him out. The Maldives will headlight a night featuring Kevin Murphy (The Moondoggies), Mychal Goodweather (Campfire OK), Jake Hemming (Big Sur), Bryan John Appleby, Ghost’s I’ve Met and many more.

There will also be a silent auction for items donated by NW artists of all kinds starting at 7pm. All proceeds of the night will go to Drew.

7pm – Silent Auction // 8pm – Show // $12 adv – $15 day of show // Tickets

SunDate with Michel Navedo

Bring your sweetheart to The Bourbon on Sunday and enjoy the smooth sounds emanating from Michel Navedo’s trumpet. We’re offering food and drink specials for our weekly date night including two drinks, and appetizer and two entrees for only $30. Don’t have a sweetheart? Well, then any jazz-loving friend will do. That or a big appetite…

7pm // Free

Six Bands, Six New Albums: Columbia City Theater is the place for record release shows

2 Feb

This weekend will be the first of six record release shows in as many weeks happening at the Columbia City Theater. We are honored to be the venue of choice by such exceptional talent for their special nights. Here’s a rundown of record release shows that we’re so very excited about over the next couple months. I’m sure there will be a lot of people wondering, as KEXP asked recently, “Is there any way to buy a season-pass to the Columbia City Theater?”

Friday, 2.4: Ivan and AlyoshaFathers Be Kind EP

Sound on the Sound Presents
w/ Curtains For You, If Bears Were Bees
9pm // $8 // Tickets

Saturday, 2.5: Campfire OKStrange Like We Are



Campfire Ok at Oddfellows from Christian Sorensen Hansen on Vimeo.

w/ Koko & The Sweetmeats, Bryan John Appleby
9pm // $10 // Tickets

Friday, 2.18: Yuni in TaxcoSanpaku


w/ Feral Children, Ocean Age
9pm // $10 adv – $12 day of show // Tickets

Friday, 2.25: Kelli SchaeferGhost of the Beast


w/ Joseph Giant, Ships
9pm // $8 //  Tickets

Saturday, 2.26: HotelsOn the Casino Floor


w/ The Royal Bear, The Devil Whale, DJ Marco Collins
8:30pm // $10 adv – $12 day of show // Tickets

Saturday, 3.5: Youth Rescue MissionYouth Rescue Mission


Youth Rescue Mission’s debut album was recorded at The Bani-Love, the recording studio at Columbia City Theater!!!

w/ Grand Hallway, Heatwarmer
9pm // $10 // Tickets

See The Best New Artists You Haven’t Heard – For FREE

29 Sep

This Friday, Oct. 1, Columbia City Theater is hosting “The Best of the New,” a free showcase presented by The Collective. The Collective is a collaboration between three organizations – Artist Home, Sound on the Sound, and The Warehouse – that work to promote, present and cover quality music experiences in the Pacific Northwest. The like-minded people behind these organizations have hand-picked six emerging artists to be a part of this special FREE showcase: Lemolo, Kimo Muraki, Luke Stevens, Elk and Boar, Bryan John Appleby and Youth Rescue Mission. To get a small taste of these new bands, listen to a special mixtape created by Sound on the Sound below.

The Collective – “The Best of the New” by soundonthesound