Archive | Drew Grow and the Pastors Wives


Recommended mini-festival: Fall Free For All in Tacoma {October 8-9}

Mark your calendars, friends in Tacoma {and friends in Seattle who are up for a ride!} because the Fall Free For All is coming your way this weekend, and you're not going to want to miss it. First off? Yep, it's actually free. Free-free, no-strings-attached free, ain't-gonna-cost-you-a-thing FREE. Second, the weekend includes performances from bands […]

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All your Fridays {and one Saturday} are belong to KEXP in August!

Summer wouldn’t be summer without a sweet lineup at the Mural at Seattle Center during the month of August, and this year is no exception: our friends over at KEXP have put together another killer series of shows for 2011. As usual, it’s all ages to rock, 21+ to hit the beer garden, and f-r-e-e […]

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TIG recommends: Noise for the Needy 2011 {starts tonight!}

{John Vanderslice at the Tractor, Noise for the Needy 2010} It’s that time of year again, where the fine folks over at Noise for the Needy get together a slew of stellar shows to benefit a local non-profit. This year the funds are being raised for Real Change, and suffice it to say, there’s bands […]

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Win two tickets to Ravenna Woods and Drew Grow & The Pastors' Wives {4/7}

Fresh off of a mini-tour documented by photographer extraordinaire James Bailey, Ravenna Woods is about to bring the buzz that everyone’s been talking about them squarely where it belongs: on a hometown stage, this Thursday night at Neumos. With squarely solid support from the lovely sounds of Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives and an […]

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Recommended show: Benefit for Drew Grow at Columbia City Theater {2/19}

There’s only one place to be on Saturday night, and that’s at the benefit show for Drew Grow out at Columbia City Theater. Featuring (mostly) acoustic performances by The Maldives, Kevin Murphy of The Moondoggies, Mychal Benjamin Goodweather of Campfire OK, Bryan John Appleby, Jake Hemming of Big Sur, Ghosts I’ve Met and, apparently, some […]

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The Doe Bay Sessions: reliving summer with Sound on the Sound

Missing on summer? We feel you. So do our friends over at Sound on the Sound, who have been posting a series of exclusive videos of their trip out to Doe Bay this past August of some stellar local bands. Gorgeous content from some of our favorite songsterers and songstresses are yours for the viewing, […]

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