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posted Friday, June 23, 2017 - Volume 45 Issue 25
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Zedd, Goldfrapp coming to Seattle this fall

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writers

If you weren't inside Key Arena on September 6, 2015, you missed an epic concert by Zedd. The Grammy-winning EDM artist packed the house, from main floor to the nosebleed seats, an hour before he even went on stage. It was one of those mind-blowing shows that you want to see all over again. Well, two years later, you just might. Zedd has included Seattle on his 11-city 'Echo Tour 2017' North American run, spread out over seven weeks this fall with stops in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Chicago and Houston, plus three shows in Mexico and one in Canada. With the exception of 'Stay,' a collaboration with Alessia Cara, and last summer's 'Starving' with Grey and Hailee Steinfeld, he doesn't have any new music to promote, but he's got a lot of great songs - 'Beautiful Now,' 'Clarity,' 'Break Free,' 'I Want You to Know' - to fill his set list with. For tickets, log onto www.aeglive.com.

It's been too long since Goldfrapp was in Seattle. So long that I can't even remember. But the wait is over because the British electronic duo is coming here in September, as part of a short late summer-fall tour of North America. The pair - Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory - released its seventh studio album in March titled Silver Eye, featuring the leadoff single 'Anymore.' They'll likely perform that song, along with other Goldfrapp favorites, such as 'Ooh La La,' 'Ride a White Horse' and 'Black Cherry,' when they come to town in a few months. Goldfrapp is scheduled to play The Showbox SoDo on September 21. For tickets, visit www.showboxpresents.com.

A couple more concert announcements to tell you about: a second show has been added for George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic at The Neptune on July 29 and Kenny G will give eight performances during a four night residency at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley on April 12-15.

Pride is here! Among the many events happening this weekend, don't forget that Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Mary Lambert is performing on Sunday at PrideFest at Seattle Center. Set time for the artist, who interviewed with Seattle Gay News in late April to boost her new album Bold, is scheduled to appear at 2pm on the Main Stage (South Fountain/Fisher Pavilion Lawn). Later on the same stage will be Ultra Nate (3pm) and Joey Arias (5:30pm), meanwhile various DJs and local acts will appear on the Fountain Stage and Mural Stage, including Mama Tits, DJ Sammy Jo, DJ LA Kendall and Pink Parts, to name a few. The full lineup and performance times for PrideFest at Seattle Center, as well as Saturday's PrideFest on Capitol Hill, is available at www.seattlepridefest.org.

Pandora has launched a special 'Sounds Like Pride' station, in celebration of Pride month. The popular streaming site will feature personal Pride experiences from Riff Raff, The Drums' Jonny Pierce and other recording acts, aside from music selections by LGBT artists, including Queen, George Michael, Blondie, Culture Club, Grizzly Bear, Against Me!, Le Tigre and Seattle-based Perfume Genius, to name a few, as well as LGBT-beloved performers from David Bowie to ABBA. 'Pandora believes music breaks down barriers and connects humanity through shared emotions,' stated Nick Bartle, CMO of Pandora. 'It's an art form that captures the human experience and we are proud to show our continued support for listeners and artists of all backgrounds.' Take a listen to 'Sounds Like Pride' now at www.pandora.com.

Finally, I'm pleased to announce an upcoming interview with singer-songwriter Nellie McKay. The eclectic artist and former Olympia resident, who burst onto the music scene in 2004 with the album Get Away from Me, will appear July 11 and 12 at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley in a production called A GIRL NAMED BILL: The Life and Times of Billy Tipton. Go to www.jazzalley.com for more information, or to make reservations.

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