Forget Super Bowl XLIX, the real match-up is between musical legacies. Representatives from Seattle station KZOK and Boston’s WZLX argue which city has better music.
Jerry Lee has some splainin’ to do to the press when he gets back to the States…The Monkees song about the party The Beatles threw for them…and Elton John and his lyric-writing partner Bernie Taupin in a rare interview.
Zeppelin’s second Seattle show was awesome, unless your were the Green Lake Aqua Theater or Ann and Nancy Wilson. Also, an interview of the author of an excellent new Zeppelin bathroom-book with NEW dirt on Mudsharks, Red Snappers, and such.
Within a span of 24 hours, Kurt Cobain’s 1994 death has become one of the most-talked about issues — especially in the Seattle media.
A Denver Classic Rock radio station has banned all Seattle music for “Big Game” week…can we follow suit? Is there anyone to ban?
Bruce Pavitt, co-founder of Seattle’s Sub Pop, admits the label’s success couldn’t have happened without a little field trip he and his business partner Jonathan Poneman coordinated in 1989. At the end of November of that […]
Ahead of Friday night’s concert, we thought we’d check in with YOU to see what YOU think the band will open with at KeyArena.
Watch Stacy Ireland wander through the Seattle Car Show.
Today you can land yourself a free tattoo down at Silver Platter Records in SoDo when you buy the deluxe reissue of Nirvana’s 1993 album, In Utero. You can buy any of the CDs ranging from the basic to the deluxe box set. Then, your adoration of Nirvana becomes permanent with the band’s iconic black smiley face thanks to Three Kings Tattoo.
The Sonic Drive-In restaurant chain has plans to open more than a dozen new Seattle-area locations.