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posted Friday, April 22, 2011 - Volume 39 Issue 16
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Chateau Ste. Michelle welcoming back The B-52s

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Pour the wine, sweetheart. The lineup for this summer's Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery's concert series has been announced with a list of the usual suspects and an Academy Award winner. Of strong Gay interest is the closing performance by The B-52s and Human League on September 10, although Pink Martini (September 3) and the Gipsy Kings (August 7) have considerable non-hetero followings. The remainder of the series goes like this: The Moody Blues (June 4), A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor (June 11), Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt (June 12), Jethro Tull (June 18), Steve Miller Band (July 16), INXS with Terri Nunn and Berlin (July 17), Yes and Styx (July 29), Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers with Bela Fleck and the Original Flecktones (July 30), Chris Isaak (August 4), Peter Frampton (August 12), Amos Lee (August 13), Huey Lewis and the News (August 26), Chris Botti (September 2), and John Prine (September 9). Also, Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges (aka 'The Dude') will perform songs from the film Crazy Heart with a full band on August 28. Visit www.ste-michelle.com for ticket information. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery is located in the Woodinville valley, about a half-hour from downtown Seattle.

Tickets are still available for Stevie Nicks and Rod Stewart, performing April 23 at Key Arena. You can try purchasing them online via www.ticketmaster.com, or go directly to the Key Arena box office before the start of the show. Look for a review of the rock diva's big appearance (yes, I'm talking about Nicks) in next week's issue of the Seattle Gay News. And I've been invited to participate in a short teleconference with Stevie Nicks next week - if it indeed happens, you'll read more about the legendary Fleetwood Mac frontwoman and solo artist later this month.

Good thing boat shoes are back in style, because you can re-use your '80s pair when Deborah Gibson (formerly known as Debbie Gibson) and Tiffany embark on a collaborative tour in the coming months. No date for Seattle is confirmed yet, but I'm keeping a close eye on it - I'm not going to miss hearing 'Shake Your Love' on a concert stage, that's for sure. Gibson was the Britney of my time, with a slew of singles that included 'Out of the Blue,' 'Only in My Dreams,' and 'Foolish Beat,' while Tiffany rose to teen fame for her smash 'I Think We're Alone Now.' Details coming soon.

You snooze, you lose. These concerts are now sold out: Chris Cornell on May 1 (Moore Theatre), both Fleet Foxes shows on May 2 and 3 (Moore Theatre), Adele on June 1 (Paramount Theatre), The Kills on May 9 (The Showbox Market), and The Cars on May 10 (The Showbox SoDo). Don't cry if you didn't get tickets for Adele; you had your chance! That show is going to be all kinds of amazing!

See you at the Nicks concert, shawl in tow.

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