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posted Friday, August 22 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 34
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Neon Trees interview coming soon

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Neon Trees are headed to Bumbershoot and to The Music Lounge. I'm in the process of finalizing an interview with the pop-rock group, which features lead singer Tyler Glenn, who recently announced to his fans and the general public that he is Gay. The band is currently touring Pop Psychology, a new album that includes the hit single 'Sleeping with a Friend.' Neon Trees is performing at the Fisher Green Stage at Seattle Center on Monday afternoon, the last day of the festival. For ticket and pass information, go to www.bumbershoot.org.

The Lykke Li concert scheduled for the Paramount Theatre on September 17 has been moved to the Moore Theatre. Same night, different venue. No need to exchange your tickets, just use the ones already issued for the Paramount. The Swedish pop artist is on the road promoting her newest release, I Would Never Learn.

Details are surfacing for the upcoming NFL Kick-Off Concert featuring Soundgarden and Pharrell Williams. The show will take place at the North Parking Lot at approximately 1 p.m. Tickets are currently not available for purchase, only being given away as a promotional item by select sponsors, radio stations and the NFL. I'm hoping to attend the festivities, so stay glued for coverage of this special event.

Captain Smartypants is getting 'Starstruck' at The Triple Door next month. An offspring vocal ensemble of the Seattle Men's Chorus, the multi-member act will perform their newest production to guests on September 13 (8 p.m.), 20 (8 p.m.) and 21 (7 p.m.). 'Starstruck' is a tribute to all the film actresses that Gay men have fallen in love with all these years, a composition of movie mash-ups ('Man of Steel Magnolias,' 'Jesus Christ Superstar Trek,' etc.) and a trio of personalized stories that tie film themes to life-changing events. The cast includes nine members of Captain Smartypants: Colin Behr, Jeffrey Erickson, Joshua Herrington, Rad Milosavljevic, David Nilsson, Jason Reuer, Don Riling, Dante Rodriguez, and Paul Rosenberg. Tickets for 'Starstruck,' under the direction of Eric Lane Barnes, are available at www.CaptainSmartypants.org or www.thetripledoor.net.

Also worth announcing are upcoming performances by Placebo at The Showbox SoDo on October 20, La Santa Cecilia at Nectar Lounge on October 25, Kina Grannis at The Crocodile on December 8, and Herbie Hancock with Chick Corea at the Paramount Theatre on March 14.

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