Archive for “March, 2009”

On this page the following entries were made in the “March, 2009” time-frame.

Soundgarden reunion at Crocodile Cafe

Posted March 26th, 2009 by genestout

I was at SXSW in Austin, Texas, so I missed the Soundgarden reunion last weekend at the newly opened Crocodile Cafe. Tad Doyle of Tad stood in for Chris Cornell. Here’s a Travis Hay blog with streaming video from the show at Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Crystal Method tour

Posted March 25th, 2009 by genestout

Fresh from the SXSW music conference and festival in Austin, Texas, The Crystal Method has announced the start of its “Divided by Night” tour, opening April 17 at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. The tour kickoff precedes the release of the electronica duo’s new album of the same name, “Divided […]

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Vans Warped Tour 2009 heads to Gorge

Posted March 25th, 2009 by genestout

The 2009 Vans Warped Tour, featuring Bad Religion, Bouncing Souls, Less Than Jake, NOFX, The Devil Wears Prada and many other bands, will visit The Gorge Amphitheatre Aug. 15. The tour opens June 26 in Pomona, Calif., and concludes Aug. 23 in Carson, Calif. The long-running, touring rock festival, which blends up-and-coming bands with more […]

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Posted March 22nd, 2009 by genestout

March 22, 2009 There was no shortage of good bands and barbecue at the 2009 SXSW music conference and festival in Austin, Texas, which wrapped up March 22 with a Seattle music showcase featuring Ra Scion, Blue Scholars, Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head, Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band and others. More than 1,900 bands – an […]

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It has been a long and winding — and totally wonderful — road

Posted March 17th, 2009 by admin

Steph GENE STOUT P-I POP MUSIC CRITIC March 17, 2009 As I write my final story for the Seattle P-I, the newspaper is preparing to go to press for the last time — after 146 years of publication. Trust me, there wasn’t a pop music critic in those early years, and my memory of that […]

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