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posted Friday, June 17, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 25
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Kanye West, Charlie Puth coming to Seattle this fall

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

I know what you're thinking: it's hard to loveKanye West. But underneath all that ego is a really good artist. I can't forgive him for his onstage antics at the VMAs and Grammy Awards, but I can't stop listening to his music either. The hip-hop giant is bringing 'The Saint Pablo Tour' to Seattle on Oct. 19 as part of his 29-city live concert itinerary promoting last year's The Life of Pablo album, which made history in becoming the first full-length recording to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard charts as a digital stream. The tour kicks off in Indianapolis and will make stops in Washington, D.C., Miami, Nashville, Cleveland, and Los Angeles, to name a few cities. If you don't recall, I will remind you that West was one of the first major rap artists to lend his support to the LGBT community, asking fellow hip-hop acts to refrain from using derogatory words against Gay people in their lyrics. This is the controversial star's first road outing in three years, when he launched his 'Yeezus Tour' here in Seattle in 2013. Tickets for the show at KeyArena go on sale June 18 at 10 a.m. at LiveNation.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, or charge by phone 1-800-745-3000.

Singer-songwriter Charlie Puth is also headed to the Emerald City. The Grammy nominee who co-wrote the monster hit 'See You Again' (from the Furious 7 film) is coming to The Showbox SoDo on Nov. 5, as part of his 'We Don't Talk Tour 2016.' The 24-year-old performer released his debut album, Nine Track Mind, at the start of 2016 and has already scored two Top 10 singles from it, 'One Call Away' and 'Marvin Gaye' (with Meghan Trainor). Puth won two Billboard Music Awards just a few weeks ago, for Top Hot 100 Song and Top Rap Song, both for 'See You Again.' Tickets are on sale now at axs.com.

Here are a few more new concerts to announce: Chick Corea Trio featuring Eddie Gomez and Brian Blade on Oct. 4 and 5 (Dimitriou's Jazz Alley), The Devil Makes Three on Oct. 6 and 7 (The Showbox SoDo), Phantogram on Oct. 7 (Paramount Theatre), Highly Suspect on Oct. 8 (Neumos), and Ghost on Oct. 14 (Moore Theatre).

This is the music lineup for the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe: Pat Benatar & Neil Geraldo will perform Aug. 29, followed by Hunter Hayes on Aug. 30, Theory of a Deadman on Aug. 31, Old Dominion with special guest LOCASH on Sept. 1, and Jeremy Camp with MercyMe on Sept. 2. Ticket information is available at evergreenfair.org. Monroe is about a 45-minute drive north from Seattle in Snohomish County.

Finally, '80s rock band Tears for Fears has rescheduled their June 17 concert at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville due to family illness. The new date is Sunday, Sept. 18. Tickets for the June performance will be honored, though refunds are available at the point of purchase through Aug. 1.

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