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R&B reunion: Fly Moon Royalty returns for Pride in the Park
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R&B reunion: Fly Moon Royalty returns for Pride in the Park

Vocalist Adra Boo and producer and DJ Mike Ilvester make a comeback to perform as Seattle's own Queer R&B duo Fly Moon Royalty at Pride in the Park.

Nesbians at the Neptune: Nina Nesbitt steals the show on opening night
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Nesbians at the Neptune: Nina Nesbitt steals the show on opening night

Scottish songstress Nina Nesbitt introduced herself to Seattle's Neptune Theatre stage with only her voice, a guitar, and keys last week.

"I never outgrow the fact that we are family": A conversation with the one and only Kathy Sledge
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"I never outgrow the fact that we are family": A conversation with the one and only Kathy Sledge

An interview with the musical icon of the legendary girl-group Sister Sledge, in anticipation of her upcoming performances at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley.

Pacific Music Works' Les Fêtes Parisiennes celebrates women composers
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Pacific Music Works' Les Fêtes Parisiennes celebrates women composers

A review of Pacific Musicwork's early spring concert.

Heather could never: Conan Gray live at the Moore
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Heather could never: Conan Gray live at the Moore

A review of internet sensation Conan Gray's recent performance at The Moore.

Paramount Theatre sees an evolved Clairo for Sling North American tour
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Paramount Theatre sees an evolved Clairo for Sling North American tour

Last Wednesday, Seattle's Paramount Theatre was formally introduced to a young artist reborn.

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Chong the Nomad shows off Capitol Hill in latest episode of I Know a Place

Local musician Chong the Nomad hosts a unique tour of Capitol Hill in Visit Seattle's vlog series I Know a Place.

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Gen Z's Gay icon gets 5 Grammy nominations

All eyes will be on Gen Z's Gay icon as he takes the stage and hopefully brings home the gold.

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"Do something": An interview with Dina Martina

For years the enigmatic, surreal, and chaotic Dina Martina has graced Seattle's stages during the holiday season to the delight and bewilderment of theatergoers. Her annual Christmas show has become a world-renowned phenomenon.

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There's no business like Snow Business: Seattle Men's Chorus welcomes audiences for its first live performances since 2020

Glowing with excitement, they are now ready to welcome audiences back into live performance venues.