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posted Friday, July 29, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 31
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Garbage playing the Paramount Theatre in September

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Feeling trashy? Well, Garbage has returned with a new album, Strange Little Birds, and a tour to support it, which includes a concert date here in Seattle. Initially, the Shirley Manson-led rock band hadn't listed any Northwest shows on its current US Tour, but added ten dates onto the itinerary a week ago. The Seattle concert is slated for September 19 at the Paramount Theatre with tickets on sale now at axs.com; the group's previous performance in the Emerald City was three years ago at The Showbox SoDo. Manson, by the way, interviewed with Seattle Gay News in 2013, as did fellow Garbage member Butch Vig in 2005.

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega is also coming back to Seattle for a one-night performance at The Triple Door this fall. Known for the '80s hits 'Luka,' Tom's Diner' and '99.9 Fahrenheit Degrees,' the Grammy-winning artist will perform on the main stage of the intimate downtown venue on November 16. For tickets, go to tripledoor.net.

Also coming to Seattle soon is Avi Buffalo on September 29 (High Dive), Adam Green on October 7 (Sunset Tavern), Har Mar Superstar on November 5 (The Crocodile), Jon Bellion on November 6 (The Showbox Market), Toro y Moi on November 7 (The Neptune) and Charlie Hunter on December 6-7 (Dimitriou's Jazz Alley).

The lineup for the 2017 Wintergrass Music Festival has been announced. The four-day event, happening February 23-26 in Bellevue, will feature nearly 40 acts, including Tim O'Brien, John McEuen, Hot Rize, Balsam Range, Turtle Island String Quartet, Mike Marshall, The Kruger Brothers and The Paperboys, to name a few. Performances will take place on four separate stages inside the Hyatt Regency, in Bellevue, with tickets on sale now at wintergrass.com. In addition to the music, the festival will also include workshops for adults and children.

Let the games begin! With music, of course. The 2016 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony will be staged August 5 from Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and will feature the musical talents of Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Paulinho da Viola, Jorge Ben Jor, Luiz Melodia, Paolo Jobin, and Thiaquinho and Projota, who recorded the Rio Olympics 2016 theme song 'Alma e Coração.' The ceremony kicks off at 8:00pm (BRT, or 4:00pm PST) with NBC providing both televised and streaming coverage (nbcolympics.com). No word yet on performers scheduled for the Closing Ceremony, set for August 21.

Finally, if you haven't seen Stranger Things yet, you're missing out on a fantastic new show. A big draw to the spooky series is the music, mostly '80s hits from Foreigner to The Clash to Modern English. The original score and theme song, however, were composed by Austin, Texas-based duo Survive; definitely take a listen to it on YouTube when you get a chance.

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