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posted Friday, July 11 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 28
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Jason Mraz's new album is a beauty, Seattle concert this fall

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Yes, let's talk about Jason Mraz! The Grammy winner is set to drop a new album on July 15, entitled Yes!, featuring the leadoff single 'Love Someone.' The music video for the song debuted two weeks ago on YouTube and is up to 340,000 views already. I've listened to an advance copy of the new record and it's really, really good - it's got an earthy, cheerful sound to it. My favorite tracks, aside from 'Love Someone,' are 'Everywhere,' 'Out of My Hands' and 'Shine.' Mraz is expected to announce a live performance in Seattle sometime in September. I'll post the date on SGN's Facebook page and Twitter (@SGNMusic1) as soon as I get confirmation. Yes! is being released on Tuesday at all music stores, traditional and online. Stay glued to Seattle Gay News for more Jason Mraz buzz.

Heart has announced another hometown performance. The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will appear September 18 at The Showbox Market, as part of the venue's 75th anniversary celebration that also includes a sold out concert next weekend by Modest Mouse. Tickets for Heart went on sale July 11, and if there are any left, you can buy them at www.showboxpresents.com priced at $75.

Chvrches has added a second date at The Showbox SoDo, due to popular demand. The Glasgow-based electronic trio will now give back-to-back concerts on August 7 and 8, as they continue to support last year's acclaimed debut The Bones of What You Believe featuring the hit singles 'We Sink' and 'Lies.' Tickets for both dates are available at www.stgpresents.org.

The complete lineup for this year's Washington State Fair Concert Series in Puyallup has now been revealed. And while it leans country, there are a few non-twangy acts to give it some diversity. Clay Walker kicks things off on September 5, followed by Colt Ford on September 6, Jennifer Nettles (of Sugarland) and Brandy Clark on September 8, Chicago and REO Speedwagon on September 9, Cody Simpson with MKTO and Coco Jones on September 10, Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone with The Grass Roots and The Buckinghams on September 11, Fall Out Boy and New Politics on September 12, Keith Urban on September 13, Teen Hoot on September 14 (afternoon show), Vicente Fernandez Jr. with Antonio Aguilar and Mariachi Azteca on September 14, Florida Georgia Line and Dallas Smith on September 15, Lindsey Stirling on September 16, Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant on September 17, Jeff Dunham on September 17, Music of Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin on September 19, Toby Keith on September 20, and Pentatonix on September 21. For tickets, information and directions to the fairgrounds, go to www.thefair.com/concerts.

Finally, if you're looking for something free of charge to do this weekend that includes live music, try the West Seattle Summer Fest happening July 11-13. Aside from bands performing on the California Stage, there will also be food vendors, pet junction, kids area and beer garden. The California Stage and Beer Garden will be located on California Ave SW between SW Oregon St. and SW Genesee St. For details and bus stop information, visit www.wsjunction.org/summerfest.

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