“Strictly Sacred” documents the 30-year history of beloved Tacoma garage rock band Girl Trouble.
Razing the Bar documents the development and eventual demolition of the well-loved Seattle punk bar, The Funhouse.
Sub Pop Records’ new retail store inside Sea-Tac Airport may change the attitudes of the many travelers who loathe the wait that occurs between finishing the security check and boarding a plane.
A$AP Rocky, Chromeo, Matt and Kim and Spoon are just four of the headliners taking part in this year’s Capitol Hill Block Party.
Cheap Time, a rock ‘n’ roll trio from Nashville, Tennessee, has been pumping out singles and albums since 2007, including three full-lengths on In The Red.
Obits, Brooklyn’s reverb-happy, rock ‘n’ roll outfit, returns to Seattle Friday to play Neumos.
(CBS Seattle) — While sex-invoking soul music has been the epitome of the King Khan & The Shrines catalog, the band’s latest full-length album, Idle No More, pushes the music in several different directions. The instigator for the changes […]
The iconic Capitol Hill dive bar, The Comet Tavern, will reportedly stop hosting live music for the foreseeable future, according to the venue’s booking agent.
Guitar Wolf’s Seiji “Guitar Wolf” spoke with CBS Seattle ahead of the band’s October 8 show at Chop Suey.
Lee Fields, the ageless soul singer, makes his way to Seattle on Tuesday with his backing band the Expressions.