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.
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.