Archive | Daniel G. Harmann

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Recommended Show – Dancing on the Valentine: A Cure for Leukemia {2/9 at Neumos}

Lesli Wood (of The Redwood Plan) with Jupe Jupe last year at DOTV7. Photo by: Ben Haley  Every year I tell you guys to get tickets to Jenny George's annual Dancing on the Valentine benefit show, and every year you listen to me, so I figure there's no reason to stop now! As previously mentioned, […]

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We've got free tickets to Dancing on the Valentine 8!!! {2/9 at Neumos}

You guys! There are only a few more weeks until Dancing on the Valentine 8: A Cure for Leukemia!  In case you haven't heard of DOTV before (what!), the fabulous Ms. Jenny George, a survivor of Leukemia, decided to start this benefit 8 years ago to give back to the organization that provides support to […]

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(drum roll, please) And the grand total raised at Dancing on the Valentine 7 is….

$7, 714.83!!!! You guys. That is. AMAZING!!! Jenny George (pictured atop an Exohxo pyramid above!) was sobbing with joy when we dropped the money off to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society {check out this sweet comment from Erin @LLS}. They told us straight up that it would help SO many people! This is the most money […]

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Photo essay: we came, we saw, we Danced On The Valentine!

Show Date: February 10, 2012

It was another amazing year for Dancing On The Valentine, Jenny George’s annual leukemia and lymphoma Duran Duran cover night benefit concert. Friends and fans packed the Crocodile while we heard most excellent renditions of DD hits and B-sides from the likes of Lesli Wood, Daniel G. Harmann, Noddy, John Roderick, and Fly Moon Royalty. […]

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Recommended Show + Ticket Giveaway! Win tix to Dancing on the Valentine 7 {2/10}

We know we've already warned you to buy tickets to Dancing on the Valentine Seven (and the Ragged Tiger), because WE KNOW this thing is gonna sell out – but just in case, here's another reminder, and a chance to win a pair of tickets so you can spend your money on booze and (LOTS […]

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Buy Your Tix Now for Dancing on the Valentine Seven at The Crocodile {2/10}

This year is already flying by – which means in just a little over 2 weeks, it's time for Dancing on the Valentine Seven (and the Ragged Tiger)!!!  Jenny George's awesome fundraising cover night for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society takes place at The Crocodile on Friday, February 10, and features a line-up including TIG's […]

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Tonight (Thursday) at the Tractor

Photo by Laura Musselman Come to the Tractor Tavern in Ballard for a great local lineup of bands, starting with the larger-than-life orchestral pop of Bad Dream Good Breakfast, continuing with singer-songwriter Daniel G. Harmann, and including with the quirky, charming indie-rock-meets-show-tunes stylings of Curtains For You. But ESPECIALLY come to the Tractor tonight to […]

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One show not to be missed this weekend: Fish the Cat Records' Toys for Tots Benefit at the Mars Bar

There are lots of great shows this weekend: the Cops all-ages CD release, the Thermals, I could go on. But one show I highly endorse would be the 7th Annual Fish the Cat Records Toys for Tots benefit at the Mars Bar. It is deserving of both a plug here on the Imaginary Blog and […]

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Top 50 Northwest Releases of 2004: the Imaginary Readers' Poll Results {40-31}

#40 Cantona — 3×4 (self-released) {official website}   #39 S — Puking and Crying (Suicide Squeeze Records) {official website} * {buy it}   #38 The Girls — The Girls (Dirtnap) {official website} * {buy it} * {tig review}   #37 The Jeunes — 4 Song EP (self-released) {official website} * {buy it} * {tig review} […]

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The Lake Effect

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Sometimes pathos is unbridled and relentless, something dangerous and out of control that scares us. Try as we might to look away, we can't. Other times it's fragile, something slow and soft that breaks us more like a virus and less like a hurricane. Over the past week, I've been listening to The Lake Effect […]

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