Concert Review: 2nd Annual Benefit Concert for the Homeless at the Skylark

Now in its second year, the Annual Benefit Concert for the Homeless was again held at the Skylark in West Seattle. 11 bands, a crew from TopLeft TV, a couple of photographers and two emcees donated their time to raise money for Mary’s Place, a non-profit organization aimed at helping women, children and families reclaim their lives through temporary housing and employment seeking.

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Concert Review: Migsfest 2017 takes over Studio Seven to deliver unforgettable night

As Steve Migs is “a drummer who just happens to be a voice on the radio” (pointed out by Bruiser Brody’s vocalist Travis Bracht), it only made sense that he help kick off his own birthday party. With a unique and attention-grabbing Bruiser Brody audio prelude, the band took the stage to audience cheers.

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Review: Bob Fossil’s Safety Meeting – If the Dick’s Deluxe burger were a CD

Safety Meeting is a comprehensive, solid offering with notable song-writing growth. If you’re looking for an album that generates a lot of imagery, from walking your girlfriend through the park to drinking beer with your single-buddies to driving home from work on a sunny Friday afternoon, this is it.

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Review: Po’ Brothers, Strangely Alright and Mister Master at The Central Saloon

It feels a little guilty to see three hours of live party music on a Saturday night in downtown Seattle for $10. It just seems wrong. It IS wrong. Still, that doesn’t stop me from trading off nosebleed seats to Green Day for (who knows how many) months of local music where I also get to meet the bands afterwards.

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