After 15 solid years with Death Cab For Cutie, Gibbard steps out solo at the Showbox Market.
Ben Gibbard didn’t choose to step out and rock his solo album in search of finding himself as an individual artist after over a decade with Death Cab for Cutie, he did so to close a door. Gibbard pours his soul into these tracks, which span over 8 years of his life, revolve around 3 interchangeable relationships, and living in two very different cities. (more…)
This weekend, a Kentucky-bred talent & his cello electrify the Tractor Tavern stage
Fans adore cellist, singer-songwriter and composer Ben Sollee for his genre-bending, storytelling, Appalachia-loving ways. He’s shared the stage with, among other musical greats, Bela Fleck and My Morning Jacket, he’s a political activist, and he can often be (more…)
Bond is back and better than ever.
The character of James Bond is an interesting cookie. In some movies, he’s a devious womanizer who’s always one step ahead of his enemy. These are the Pierce Brosnan and lesser Sean Connery movies. The debonair man slinks through various set pieces, judo chopping and sweet-talking his (more…)
These days, you can consider Michael Huang your unofficial agent. Social media executive, band manager, promoter, and mentor are just some his hats.
If you’ve got a passion to make a difference, Michael Huang will show you you’re not alone. Over the years he’s surrounded himself with like-minded innovators and trailblazers. From nonprofits and technology to music and dance, it’s all good when it’s for the better good.
Thousand Foot Krutch, The Gothard Sisters, The Seattle Firefighters Pipes, the NW Symphony Orchestra, and more
We love stories about Seattleites doing great things around the world and giving back locally – Mateo Messina is one of them. He’s a Grammy Award-winning composer, a West Seattle native, and creator of the Annual Benefit Concert for Seattle Children’s Hospital at Benaroya Hall. Join him this month in a celebration of the enduring voice and unbreakable spirit of Seattle Children’s patients.
Flight never quite soars.
Denzel Washington’s Hollywood career is in the 1%. Since leaving St. Elmo’s Place in 1988 he has starred in at least one film every 18-months. That is a massive output from any working actor, but from (arguably) the biggest movie star of our generation? Unheard of. Not all of Denzel’s choices have been good (more…)
Art and culture have inspired fashion designers for centuries. Now, fashion inspires art and technology with digital installation artist, Miguel Chevalier’s “8 ties” installation at the Bravern. Drawing from the new Hermès Heavy Twill collection, (more…)