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Sunday: Poetry NW Benefit featuring Ghosts I’ve Met, Fan Fiction, Corn Jail

12 Nov

Please join us for Poetry NW‘s annual Fall Fundraiser & Hootenanny at the Columbia City Theater.

Help us continue the magazine’s legacy–52 years (and counting) of illuminating poetry and insightful commentary. Enjoy fabulous, roots-inspired music by Ghosts I’ve MetFan Fiction and Corn Jail, featuring Poetry Northwest contributor Ed Skoog.

What’s in it for you?

3 issue subscriptions for the price of 2: save 25%!
A free copy of our Music Issue (from the archives).
The chance to read your rock n’ roll haiku on stage.

Plus, make a donation of $75 or more and (in addition to a magazine subscription) be entered to win a Series Pass to the remainder of Seattle Arts & Lectures Poetry Series. PLEASE MAKE YOUR DONATION HERE.

Join us as we celebrate the sister arts of music and poetry on November 13th. Poetry never sounded so good!

8pm // $12 // Tickets

This Weekend: Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity, Ghosts I’ve Met, Prom Queen

24 Aug

Friday: Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity, The Hoot Hoots, The Solvents

Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity

Start the weekend off with some great bands as Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity play the Theater on Friday. The infectious pop of The Hoot Hoots and the rock hooks of The Solvents round out the bill.

9pm // $6 // Tickets

Saturday: Dolorean, Pearly Gate Music, Ghosts I’ve Met

We’ve got a pretty incredible lineup Saturday with the mesmerizing songwriting of Sam Watts in his band Ghosts I’ve Met. Pearly Gate Music plays main support and the great Portland band Dolorean headlines the night.

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

Sunday: Prom Queen

Sunday’s free show in The Bourbon will feature the dreamy, psychedelic lounge music of Prom Queen.

8pm // Free

This Weekend: SIFF Free Preview, Virgin Islands (record release), Curtains For You (record release)

12 May

Friday: SIFF Free Preview Night, Hounds of the Wild Hunt, Virgin Islands (record release), The Fucking Eagles, Sugar Sugar Sugar

This weekend we’ve got back to back record releases from two incredible local bands, but before Friday’s show kicks off the Seattle International Film Festival will be hosting a special free preview night. SIFF will be feature women-directed films that will be screening at this years festival. The preview begins at 7pm in the Bourbon Bar.

Stick around after the screening for a night of epic rock as The Stranger and Sonic Boom Records present the release of the new Virgin Islands record, Ernie Chambers v. God. Also playing are some our favorite guys, Hounds of the Wild Hunt. And if that isn’t enough for you we’ve also got The Fucking Eagles and Sugar Sugar Sugar

9pm // $8 // Tickets

Saturday: Curtains For You (record release), Shelby Earl, Derby, Ghosts I’ve Met

We’re pleased to host the lovely Curtains For You for their record release show on Saturday. For an insightful, revealing conversation with the band, take a look at this recent interview with Matt and Mike Gervais by our very own Mark Jones and Luke Williams:



The rest of Saturday’s lineup is quite impressive with Shelby Earl, Portland band Derby and Seattle’s own Ghosts I’ve Met. Tickets are going very fast for this one, so make sure you pick yours up before their all gone.

9pm // $10 // Tickets

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