Monthly Archive:: August 2014

Thunder, Lightning, and Arctic Monkeys, all in Seattle

As Bob Dylan once said, a change in the weather can be extreme. Last night before the Arctic Monkeys show at the Paramount, it was 97 outside in Seattle. Coming out two hours later, the temp had dropped twenty degrees, there was thunder, lightning, and raindrops, and only the latter is something we see

Pete Carroll, and the Seattle Seahawks, as the Ultimate Rock Band?

I think you can safely say that when you think of individuals who through their professional background, and propensity for wearing “12th man” jerseys and Seahawks swag, are ideally suited to be commentators on professional football, and also qualified to give business advice for that matter, I am not at the top of the

July 2014 Ends with 26 Hours of Music

During the past twenty-six hours of a life in music, I felt nostalgic seeing Lake Street Dive, was charmed by Josh Ritter’s storytelling, got to talk about that bastard Buddy Rich during the twilight moments of the Bob Rivers show, saw Vaudeville Etiquette wow a downtown crowd, heard Gerald Collier return to form at