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An expert’s opinion on the Queensryche split and ex-member Chris DeGarmo

Posted June 24th, 2013 by genestout

By GENE STOUT Among those I interviewed for my recent Seattle Times story on local rock band Queensryche and its legal woes was rock journalist Jeff Wagner, author of “Mean Deviation: Four Decades of Progressive Heavy Metal.” About a year and a half ago, Wagner — who has followed the ongoing lawsuit among original band […]

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Leon Hendrix and Randy Hansen featured at Jimi Hendrix charity gala

Posted November 7th, 2012 by genestout

The Jimi Hendrix 70th Birthday Charity Gala and Art Show will feature performances by brother Leon Hendrix, as well as Hendrix tribute musician Randy Hansen. The event Nov. 27 at Renton’s Carco Theatre will celebrate the career of the rock icon and Seattle native, as well as raise money for at-risk-youth programs at the Hendrix […]

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Tickets and wristbands are now on sale for 2012 Heineken City Arts Fest

Posted August 2nd, 2012 by genestout

Individual tickets and all-access wristbands for the 2012 Heineken City Arts Fest Oct. 17-20 are now on sale at the official website. City Arts Fest kicks off Oct. 17 with a performance by David Byrne & St. Vincent at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. The festival continues through Oct. 20, with performances by Ghostland Observatory, Brother […]

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Carson Henley celebrates his marathon ‘100 Hours’ with a CD release party

Posted July 2nd, 2012 by genestout

By GENE STOUT Seattle singer-songwriter Carson Henley compares the marathon recording session for his newly released album to “pulling an all-nighter before the big test.” With little more than a notepad, iPhone and piano, the 26-year-old musician recorded “100 Hours” nonstop in exactly that amount of time with Grammy-winning engineer Kory Kruckenberg at Seattle’s VU […]

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CONCERT PREVIEW: Hearth-warming shows for the holidays

Posted December 6th, 2011 by genestout

By GENE STOUT ‘Tis the season for little morsels of holiday music. Or, more appropriately, big bites. Between now and Christmas, the largest shows of the season are lined up like oversized Yule logs, ready to light your fire. And two of them are already sold out. First up is KNDD’s marathon “Deck the Hall […]

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