Lee Fields, the ageless soul singer, makes his way to Seattle on Tuesday with his backing band the Expressions.
We sat down with Damon Conklin, one of the Seattle Tattoo Expo’s founders, to talk about the event’s longevity and why Seattle has a special crowd of ink fans.
After seven years without a U.S. show, the Mono Men are hopping on stage in Seattle and Bellingham.
Soulful, lo-fi garage icons The Oblivians ended their long-standing recording hiatus earlier this year — and the result is Desperation, the group’s first full-length album since 1997’s …Play 9 Songs with Mr. Quintron.
Longtime Canadian marijuana activist Matt Mernagh has a brand new book out that may come in handy for residents in Washington who plan to dabble with the recently-legalized substance.
The spirited frontman of the hip-hop ensemble The Coup talks to CBS Seattle ahead of the band’s June 14 show at the Crocodile.
On April 23 in 1976, the music industry was sucker-punched by a grimy-looking pack of misfits from Queens, New York. Punk rock pioneers the Ramones released their debut, self-titled album.
The Capitol Hill Block Party schedule has been released; The Flaming Lips headline the final day (Sunday, July 28th).
Tom Shannon of the legendary garage-punk outfit Cheater Slicks talks with CBS Seattle about the band’s return to the west coast to play the 2013 Portland Bender.
Twenty-five years ago today, Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman turned a reoccurring fanzine and mix tape collection into an underground, Pacific Northwest record label. After a quarter century of spikes, booms, financial plunges, cooky artwork, and music from all over the globe, Seattle’s independent record label Sub Pop is a household name among record collectors and bands across the planet.