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posted Friday, June 3, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 23
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Christian rocker Trey Pearson comes out

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Praise the Lord!! You can add Trey Pearson to the ever-increasing list of musicians who've come out in recent years. The lead singer of Christian rock band Everyday Sunday, which has sold over 250,000 albums in its career, made his sexuality official to fans on Twitter and then shared his story with (614) Magazine, from his hometown of Columbus, Ohio. 'I had never before admitted to myself that I was gay, let alone to anyone else,' he stated. 'I never wanted to be gay. I was scared of what God would think and what all of these people I loved would think about me; so it never was an option for me.' Pearson is married and the father of a six year-old daughter and two year-old son. Everyday Sunday's hits include 'Wake Up! Wake Up!', the most played song on Christian radio stations in 2007, 'Let's Go Back' and 'Find Me Tonight.' A new single will be released by Pearson later this year.

The music lineup for the West Seattle Summer Fest will include The Dusty 45s, Tacocat, Grace Love & the True Loves, Chastity Belt, Hobosexual, The Hollers, Pillar Point, Acapulco Lips, Feather Bones and DJ MF Cake, to name a few. The three-day event is scheduled for July 8 through 10 at The Junction, located across the West Seattle Bridge at the intersection of California Avenue SW & SW Alaska Street. This a free, outdoor, all-ages event with food trucks and festival-type food stalls, retail booths and a kids area. For more information on the West Seattle Summer Fest, including hours and parking, go to wsjunction.org.

Here's a short list of newly announced concerts: hip hop artist Ms. Lauryn Hill will appear June 27 at The Showbox Market, alternative rock band Built to Spill is set to play July 1 at Olympia's Capitol Theatre, R&B chart-toppers Ja Rule and Ashanti are appearing jointly August 30 at The Showbox Market and British singer-songwriter James Blake, a 2014 Best New Artist-Grammy nominee, will perform October 12 at Moore Theatre. You definitely want to get tickets for the Blake show, as I'm predicting a sell out - visit stgpresents.org to buy them.

Country singer Chris Young will perform on Sunday night's Miss USA telecast, being staged at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The ACM (Academy of Country Music) and Billboard Music Awards nominee has several top hits on his resume, including 'I'm Comin' Over,' 'Voices,' 'Tomorrow' and 'Think of You' (with Cassadee Pope), though it hasn't been announced what he'll sing, or what portion of the show he'll appear on. The Miss USA competition airs June 5 at 5pm (PST) on FOX.

Finally, KEXP has announced the lineup for their Concerts at the Mural summer live music series in August. The Thermals, Acapulco Lips and Mommy Long Legs will kick things off on August 5, followed by 'special guests', Naked Giants and Bread & Butter on August 14, The Mynabirds, Radiation City and Crater on August 21 and 'special guests,' Kyle Craft and Industrial Revelation on August 28. All shows are free and take place just below the Space Needle at Seattle Center. For information and answers to FAQs, go to seattlecenter.com/concertsatthemural.

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