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Win a pair of tickets: Seattle’s Tribute to the Last Waltz (Saturday, 11/21)

After many months of preparation, we are mere days away from one of Seattle’s biggest annual show traditions: Seattle’s Tribute to the Last Waltz! This Saturday, November 21st at the Neptune Theatre, join all your favorite luminaries to celebrate the Band’s legendary farewell concert, The Last Waltz. The evening will feature a top-notch backing band […]

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Mending our tired hearts with Seattle’s Tribute to the Last Waltz

Having a favorite band is one of the best things in the world. The music and materials spawned by a favorite band are a reliable go-to for the mending of a tired heart or a sad face. The only drawback to being one of our kind (the type to fall hopelessly in love with a […]

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It takes a village: DOORS {Seattle Theater Group} and People Eating and Giving {826 Seattle} raise over $600K!

There's been an incredible current underfoot in our fair city these past few weeks, as two noteworthy nonprofits — the Seattle Theater Group and 826 Seattle — have been gearing up for their annual fundraising events. On April 28th, STG presented DOORS: Opening Doors to the Arts, a combination dinner, live show and paddle raise […]

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Recommended Show: Carrie Akre (her last one in Seattle!) & Star Anna at The Croc {7/7}

The Crocodile is poised to break your hearts this Thursday {7/7} with a double dose of powerhouse female vocalists: the throaty, drop-dead gorgeous voice of grunge-Queen Ms. Carrie Akre (if you don’t know who she is, look up Hammerbox, Goodness, and The Rockfords) and the amazingly raw and pretty tones of Star Anna. AND IT […]

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No Depression Festival

Show Date: July 11, 2009

No Depression Festival – Short Version: It was hot. We ate barbecue. I drank a lot of beer and cider. Most of us had dirty, bare feet. Zee Avi is adorable. Jeff Fielder is totally amazing. Jessica Lea Mayfield is a lo-fi version of Jesse Sykes. Everyone loved Justin Townes Earle. No one much liked […]

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Mike McCready? Hendrix Tribute? TRACTOR?

Between the standing Monday square dance and a holiday special, there was this on the Tractor's calendar: Tues, Dec. 9Treehouse for Kids benefit withSHADOW '86 JIMI HENDRIX TRIBUTEfeat. MIKE McCREADY of Pearl Jam withKIM VIRANTSTAR ANNAKRISTEN WARDTreehouse For Kids provides services for foster children that no other agency addresses: money for extra-curricular activities and summer […]

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Best of 2008: it's half-yearly check-in time

As of today, we’re officially in the second half of 2008. Welcome! To gear you up for another fabulous six months of local Northwest releases, we here at imaginary headquarters have brainstormed an imaginary mix for all of you, containing some of our favorite songs by Northwest artists released this year to date thus far. […]

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Celebrating six years of TIG at Exile in {Imaginary} Girlville

Show Date: June 25, 2008

Last night Three Imaginary Girls celebrated two momentous occasions — our sixth birthday, and the re-release of one of our favorite albums of all times, Liz Phair's seminal debut Exile in Guyville — with the best tribute to the fine record we could think of: nine of our favorite Northwest bands, covering the record from […]

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