Concert Review: Naked Giants and Car Seat Headrest delight Olympia crowd

The night came to end with Toledo, accompanied by only his electric guitar, crooning out a cover of Frank Ocean’s “Ivy,” and an earth-shattering performance of “Beach Life-In-Death” with the help of the full band. Some may think it unwise to end a set with a 13-minute long monster of a track, but in Car Seat Headrest’s case, nothing could have completed the night on a better note.

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Judas Priest brings Firepower and a special surprise to a sold-out crowd in Kent

The band left the stage and the crowd fell silent for a moment, trying to figure out what was going on. Then, a lone figure stepped onstage and started playing, slowly at first, then ripping out chords. The audience sucked in a collective breath, then screamed in joy as everyone realized that lone figure was none other than Glenn Tipton.

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