Archive for “Holiday entertainment”

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Northwest violinist Geoffrey Castle celebrates the season with spirited ‘Noel’

Posted December 17th, 2016 by genestout

By GENE STOUT During the holidays, while I was growing up, my mom used to pull out her timeworn LP of Bach and Handel favorites by English-born concert organist E. Power Biggs, who helped revive the classic pipe organ while living in Cambridge, Mass. Along with “White Christmas,” “The Merriest,” “The Christmas Song,” “Winter Wonderland” […]

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CONCERT PREVIEW: Rosie Flores shreds the holidays with a ‘Mex-mas’ show

Posted December 11th, 2013 by genestout

By MIKEL TOOMBS There’s a flyer on a local lamppost advertising Girls That Shred, a benefit concert for Skate Like a Girl that will take place Jan. 10 at Seattle’s all-ages Vera Project. One girl who shreds, albeit in the guitar hero(ine) sense, is Rosie Flores. Now, having made her mark in the late ’60s […]

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CONCERT REVIEW: Deck the Hall Ball offers a raucous musical buffet

Posted December 9th, 2010 by genestout

With surprise guests The Presidents of the United States of America, as well as such previously announced bands as Broken Bells, The Black Keys, Jimmy Eat World and Temper Trap, the 2010 Deck the Hall Ball was as irresistible as a platter of Christmas cookies. Deck the Hall Ball began in the 1990s — a […]

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The Dusty 45s won’t drop the ball on Seattle’s New Year’s Eve revelers

Posted December 26th, 2009 by genestout

Seattle Americana and roots-music band The Dusty 45s celebrate New Year’s Eve in two times zones. Performing Dec. 31 at the Tractor Tavern, the first show begins at 6:30 p.m. and coincides with the dropping of the ball at midnght in New York City. The second show starts at 10:00 p.m. in time for the […]

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A holiday music feast with Magical Strings

Posted December 17th, 2009 by genestout

Singing, dancing, caroling, juggling, storytelling and then some. That’s what you get at a typical Magical Strings Celtic yuletide concert. Now celebrating its 31st year of holiday concerts, Magical Strings is a family tradition started three decades ago by Phillip and Pam Boulding. The couple’s entire family has been along for the ride, creating a […]

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