Archive for “The Crocodile”

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18-year-old L.A. singer-songwriter Soren Bryce brings her EP tour to Seattle

Posted November 9th, 2015 by genestout

Currently on a short West Coast tour in support of her new EP, 18-year-old Los Angeles singer-songwriter Soren Bryce performs Wednesday at The Crocodile in Seattle. Tickets are $13 in advance. The show starts at 8 p.m. Get the details here. She’ll be opening for Norwegian singer-songwriter Mr. Little Jeans, a.k.a Monica Birkenes. Her debut […]

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Elvis Invitationals competition celebrates 20 years of ‘Burning Love’

Posted December 30th, 2014 by genestout

By GENE STOUT The Seattle (Elvis) Invitationals contest returns Jan. 23 to the club where it all began 20 years ago — The Crocodile. The 20th annual competition to crown a new “King” (the late, great Elvis Presley) is the largest and longest-running gathering of Elvis impersonators in the Northwest. Backing all 20 contestants is […]

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Seattle’s Jessica Domingo shares her chill pop-soul sounds at The Crocodile

Posted November 21st, 2014 by genestout

By GENE STOUT Seattle-based singer-songwriter Jessica Domingo pays a visit to the Crocodile Café Sunday, Nov. 23, for a showcase of her latest music. Domingo shares the bill with Hawaiian singer-songwriter Anuhea and Tribal Theory, a San Diego group with Pacific Island roots. The triple treat promises a great evening of music with an island […]

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City of Seattle will add priority load zones for musicians at local venues

Posted March 10th, 2014 by genestout

By GENE STOUT Mayor Ed Murray has announced Seattle will implement a low-cost, phased-in approach to make it easier for musicians to load and unload their equipment at local music venues. “Seattle’s music scene is a critical part of our city’s cultural draw and the quality of life in our city,” the major said in […]

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Sallie Ford brings her ‘bluesy, sweaty, badass’ rock ‘n’ roll to The Crocodile

Posted December 4th, 2013 by genestout

By GENE STOUT The queen of brash, lusty rockabilly tunes returns to Seattle for a show Dec. 19 at The Crocodile. Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside are touring in support of last winter’s sensational album, “Untamed Beast,” on Partisan Records. Ford also plans to release a “Summer EP” next winter, just because she can. […]

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