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posted Friday, February 16, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 07
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Justin Timberlake sets T-Dome date for November, Jason Mraz at Marymoor Park this summer, Camila Cabello coming to Seattle in April k.d. lang to appear at the Moore Theatre and on Vashon, Paul Simon to visit Seattle on farewell tour, Sasquatch unveils 2018 lineup

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The verdict's still out on Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl Halftime Show performance from two weeks back. Some people loved it, others trashed it and while it lacked the energy and creativity of Lady GaGa's performance last year, overall I personally enjoyed it. That said, just last week the 'SexyBack' singer added more dates to his upcoming 'Man of the Woods Tour' that includes a stop at the Tacoma Dome on November 12. The tour has already sold 450,000 tickets in North America alone, besides those sold overseas for the European leg of his road outing. With new music to play, songs from his identically titled fifth studio album Man of the Woods, along with previous top hits like 'My Love', 'Rock Your Body' and 'Cry Me a River', Timberlake fans shouldn't miss his T-Dome appearance in mid-November. Tickets go on sale February 19 (10am) at www.LiveNation.com or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

You'll also want to get tickets for Jason Mraz, who this week announced a summer concert at Marymoor Park, his first Emerald City performance in several years. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, who is currently starring on Broadway in the musical Waitress, will play the outdoor Redmond venue on September 8. Unless he releases a new album between now and then - and thus far, I haven't heard that he's going to - then Mraz followers will just have to listen to Mraz jam on older favorites, from 'You & I Both' to 'Living in the Moment' to 'The Remedy (I Won't Worry)', and that's perfectly fine with me. Tickets to see Jason Mraz live are on sale now at www.aeglive.com.

Camila Cabello is embarking on her first ever solo tour and Seattle fans will be very happy to know that she's included the Emerald City on her itinerary. The former Fifth Harmony group member recently gave a bold and passionate speech at the Grammy Awards about how proud she is to be a Cuban-American citizen and the sacrifices her family made to resettle in the US after leaving Cuba. Cabello's first #1 single on her own was an ode to her cultural upbringing called 'Havana', released in 2017. The track is featured on her self-titled debut album, which also contains her follow-up hit 'Never Be the Same'. Cabello will perform April 10 at the Paramount Theatre, part of the 16-city North American leg of her tour. Tickets are on sale now at www.LiveNation.com or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

Here are a few more concerts to announce: James Bay at The Showbox Market on March 25, Griffin House at The Triple Door on May 10, Al Stewart with The Empty Pockets at The Triple Door on May 16-17, Vance Joy at Marymoor Park on July 1, The Melvins at Neumos on July 19, Belly at The Neptune on August 12, Keiko Matsui at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley on August 23-26 and O.A.R. at The Showbox SoDo on September 18.

Just in time for Fat Tuesday, Big Freedia has released a new single titled 'Best Beeleevah'. The openly gay artist, also known as the Queen of Bounce, is including the song on a Spotify playlist called 'The Sound of Bounce' for anyone wanting to take a listen to it. Besides music, the New Orleans native also stars in the reality series 'Big Freedia Bounces Back' on the Fuse TV network; it is currently the highest-rated program on the channel. Big Freedia announced dates for an upcoming tour across the Atlantic and a few stateside, but so far no live shows are planned for Seattle; I do expect she'll (Big Freedia prefers feminine pronouns) come through the Puget Sound this summer or fall.

Finally, look for an interview with one of the band members of the touring show 'Celebrating David Bowie', a salute to the rock icon by artists who collaborated with him or were heavily influenced by his music. The Seattle concert is scheduled for March 10 at Benaroya Hall.

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