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posted Friday, June 10, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 24
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Band of Horses, Azealia Banks coming this summer to Seattle

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Band of Horses has announced an upcoming show at the Paramount Theatre. The group, once based in Seattle but now re-settled in South Carolina, will perform here on August 18, as part of the North American leg of their world tour promoting a new album, Why Are You OK? The folk-rock act, who has interviewed with Seattle Gay News before, is completing a round of intimate, acoustic concerts in record stores across the country before an appearance at Bonnaroo and will then begin a European itinerary that includes a set at the famed Glastonbury Festival. Tickets for Band of Horses go on sale June 11 at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com, STGPresents.org, ticketing kiosks at the Moore and the Paramount, or by phone at (877) 784-4849.

Another new concert to announce is Azealia Banks, who'll appear July 7 at Neumos. The openly Bisexual artist is one of hip hop's most controversial artists, recently dropped from the UK's Born & Bred Festival and banned from Twitter for racial remarks fired at Zayn Malik. She's also gone on tirades against Lady GaGa, Iggy Azalea, Disney star Skai Jackson and several other performers. Still, she kicks ass on the mic - just listen to '212' for proof. General admission tickets, priced at $35.00, are available now at eTix.com or in person at Moe Bar.

Here comes Peaches, again. The Canadian electronic singer-songwriter, known for her crazy wardrobes and explicitly sexual lyrics, not to mention raunchy album titles (i.e. Impeach My Bush), is coming back to Seattle on September 30 for a concert at The Neptune. She performed here last September, as part of the Bumbershoot Festival lineup. Peaches is continuing to promote 2015's Rub album, featuring the singles 'Light in Places,' 'Close Up' (with Kim Gordon) and 'Dick in the Air.' Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster.com, in person at the Paramount box office, or may also be purchased by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

DJ Shadow is also making his way to Seattle, spinning a set of experimental funk-soul-rap-electro music at The Showbox Market on October 3. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Amos Lee is headed to the Emerald City, too, playing the Paramount Theatre on November 19, local indie rock ensemble The Head and the Heart are playing the Paramount Theatre on November 6 and silky-smooth vocalist Aaron Neville will perform April 13, 2017 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Earshot Jazz has revealed the lineup for its Summer Concert Series, consisting of four concerts at two separate venues. John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet kick it off June 21 at PONCHO Concert Hall (Capitol Hill), followed by The Thing / Cortex on June 22 at The Royal Room (Columbia City), Mats Eilertsen Trio on June 28 at PONCHO Concert Hall (Capitol Hill) and Endangered Blood on July 3 at The Royal Room (Columbia City). For more information, including show times, go to earshot.org.

Grammy-winning recording artist Weird Al Yankovic will perform all four North Carolina shows coming up on his 'Return of The Mandatory World Tour,' but will donate the proceeds from the Greensboro concert on June 18 to the Human Rights Campaign. In a statement posted on social media, the parody king said 'It was definitely not an easy choice, but I have decided to honor the dates, as I don't want to punish my fans (most of whom, I'd like to believe, also have a big problem with unfair, discriminatory legislation). I will be donating my personal fee from the June 18 Greensboro show to the Human Rights Campaign (www.hrc.org), America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.' Weird Al Yankovic is scheduled to appear July 26 at the Woodland Park Zoo.

Finally, a few more acts and performances have been added to the Capitol Hill Block Party lineup, including first time shows happening at Unicorn and Chop House Row. For the full list of artists playing this year's festival (July 22-24), celebrating its 20th anniversary, go to capitolhillblockparty.com.

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