That Posh Bird Who Gets Everything Wrong, And The Soul Of The Dead Dies: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]August 9th: See Brian Jones lip synching to Sonny and Cher with The Queen of The Mods! And George Harrison mocking her...sort of...See San Francisco in the Summer of Love! Up close and personal with Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead, and....more.
Stones Get Satisfaction, George Plays Backwards, Spinal Tap's Skull Rots In Seattle: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]May 6th: See The Stones play Satisfaction over the years! See Marianne Faithfull talking about Mick! See the Who talk about Keith Moon! And tons more...
BUMBERSHOOT 2016 Lineup AnnouncedThe three-day music festival will feature Billy Idol, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Death Cab For Cutie, KYGO, Third Eye Blind, Michael Franti & Spearhead, and more!
John Nelson’s ‘Who’s Playin’ Where’ (8.29)See Elvis Costello this weekend at Bumbershoot 2014!
Wu-Tang Clan, Elvis Costello, The Replacements & Foster The People to Headline 2014 BumbershootFor this version, Alex Turner brings out the acoustic guitar for a softer and more subtle take on the psychedelic single.
The Vanderguide To BumbershootIs there anything there this year for people who don't like computer-generated music, have big-ass beards, or the letters "DJ" before their names? You'll find it here along with....gasp...Danny Bonaduce singing?
John Nelson's 'Who's Playing Where' (8.30)Bumbershoot and DMB are the big ones, but there are plenty of smaller gigs all weekend!
Aaaah! More Zombies! Scott Vanderpool talks with another Zombie...lead singer Colin Blunstone...they're playing BUMBERSHOOT this Sunday!
Vanderpool Talks With Zombie [Audio]The Zombies the BAND, not anyone from The Walking Dead...they're back together and playing BUMBERSHOOT this Labor day Weekend!
Heart To Headline BumbershootRecent Hall of Fame inductees Heart join other great Northwest talent like Death Cab for Cutie and Allen Stone at this year’s Bumbershoot.
Well, That Was F****** Sweet: A Long Recap Of The Sonics/Mudhoney Showbox GigSaturday night's show at Showbox at the Market was predictable: Most people thought it was going to be awesome, and they were all right.
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