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January 27  |  By Steven Graham
Billy Joel to play Safeco Field May 20 Today Safeco Field and Live Nation announced a partnership to bring Billy Joel to Seattle on Friday, May 20.

This will be the third major concert event to be held at Safeco Field. The first two being Paul McCartney and Jay Z & Beyoncé.

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January 27  |  
Apparently some sort of big music announcement is happening today involving Safeco Field in Seattle and Live Nation.

Monday morning I received an email from Live Nation inviting me to a press conference to be held at Safeco Field at 10 a.m. today to announce what they are calling "a major concert event."

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January 15  |  By Steven Graham
This week Kris Orlowski released the debut single off his upcoming full length. The song is called "Walking In My Sleep" from the album "Often in the Pause." The album will be released on April 22.

If you like the new single from Kris Orlowski you can preorder "Often in the Pause" here and you can catch him and the band live at the Sunset Tavern in Seattle on Feb. 4 and 5.

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January 12  |  By Steven Graham
Sasquatch! loaded with local talent Last night the 2016 Sasquatch! Music Festival lineup was revealed at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle, as has become tradition. Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires headlined the party with secret guest M. Ward. So yeah, they are of course on the lineup.

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December 30  |  By Steven Graham
The 15 best local music releases of 2015 Typically I keep these best of lists to ten artists but 2015 had so much great stuff to offer that I needed to expand to 15 and still won't be able to cover everything.

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November 23  |  
I Will Keep Your Ghost is back, hear them for yourself It has been nearly two years since Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost released new music. It's been a year and a half since they last played a hometown show. Last night, the Electro/Rock duo went into the studio at 107.7 The End in Seattle to break the silence with a brand new track. 

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November 3  |  By Steven Graham
Timbrrr! lineup announcement today On Tuesday Nov. 3, the Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival lineup will be announced. Every time one of my favorite local music festivals reveals their lineup I get excited. It’s like Christmas! But in the case of Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival, Timber Outdoor Music Festival and the Doe Bay Music Festival (all run by Artist Home Booking) the lineup really doesn’t matter.

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October 15  |  By Steven Graham
SISTERS release first music video: 'Queer Life' Just because it's completely adorable that doesn't mean it has to lack substance, and Seattle pop duo SISTERS just proved that with their first music video for their new single Queer Life.

The message is an important one and one that the band hasn't been shy about when the topic comes up. That message is that times are changing and it's time to "grow out of it."

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September 10  |  By Steven Graham
In an important year, Bumbershoot was a success Let’s be honest, in what had become a make or break year for one of the biggest music and arts festivals in the region, the new marriage between Bumbershoot and AEG Live didn’t get off to a great start.

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September 4  |  By Steven Graham Special to The Herald
The must-see local bands at Bumbershoot When you buy tickets to a major music festival the size of Bumbershoot it’s likely because of the big name artists attached. Names like The Weeknd, Brand New, Social Distortion, and Ben Harper.

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