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Damien Jurado + Viva Voce + Loch Lomond = SWOON.

{Photo courtesy of Sarah Jurado, all-around gorgeous human.} A few thoughts on why you should find yourself at the Crocodile this Saturday, March 5th: 1. Damien Jurado is a king amongst men. He is a beautiful person who makes music so personal, it’s hard not to shed copious tears upon hearing the opening notes of […]

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MusicFestNW – Mid-September Music Madness in Portland – Photo Essay

Show Date: September 17, 2009

Imaginary Chona and I tag-teamed MusicFestNW with her resident reviewer, RJ, recently. I covered the first few days and she hit the last few days due to some circumstances of her being “cursed” until Saturday. Somehow, she broke the curse and I believe has photos posted on the site. I made it down to Portland […]

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KEXP's annual BBQ on Saturday

Ideally summertime is all about getting sweaty and silly at free outdoor music shows. And guess who sticks to their ideals? Our provider of independent, new music, KEXP. Their summer concert series at the Mural Amphitheater in Seattle Center is running over the next few weeks to bring you a plethora of pitch-perfect bands for […]

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Photo Essay: Viva Voce w/ the Shaky Hands & Rafter

Show Date: April 10, 2009

Viva Voce come out of hibernation to embark on a spring tour and perform new songs in anticipation of their upcoming new album entitled Rose City which is due out May 26th. Supporting them is Rafter (Asthmatic Kitty) and the Shaky Hands (Kill Rock Stars). I've waited to shoot this show since January when the […]

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Bumbershoot 2007: Viva Voce Interview

I feel like I somehow inadvertently saved the best for last. Viva was my very last interview of the weekend, and they were completely nice, completely funny, poised and full of all the information I wanted to hear. They really made me feel good about interviewing, since as I mentioned before, this was pretty much […]

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