A favorite musician returns to Fremont Abbey this weekend.
Oh happy day(s)! Langhorne Slim has come back our way. Not only is Sean Scolnick one of the most passionate musicians you might ever get the privilege of seeing onstage; he also happens to be one of the kindest souls around. Last week we enjoyed some lovely phone catch-up, and here’s what the easy-going singer-songwriter had to say.
Rock into the year with these promising shows.
Our music calendar is quickly filling up, so we thought we’d share a few highlights before it overflows. In other news brightening our month … on Friday the 26th, Pickathon unveils the lineup for its 20th festival this summer (August 2-5). Stay tuned!
Concerts worth streaming online (and a few to see in person, too)
Do you love music but not the hassle of concert queues and packed venues? Well, do we have news for you. Plenty of new offerings this season allow you to enjoy groovy tunes from the ease and coziness of your own home. See below for some of our favorite findings.
Before the season slips away—and we admit it’s suddenly sneakily picking up its gait—we’d like to add a few “musts” to your PNW playlist. From musical gatherings to tranquil getaways, these ideas might just add a bit more magic to your already rockin’ summer.
Cool concerts, cocktails, Kurios & more
Sure, a recent heat wave and string of azure-skied days have filled Seattle’s trails and parks with hordes of eager sun worshippers. It’s been glorious. Yet we must remind ourselves of one undeniable fact: It’s only February; technically, summer’s still a long way off.
Another Seattle show, another chat with the talented frontman.
A year after our first Q&A, Langhorne Slim sets us straight on the band’s recent successes and future hopes. In essence? The friendly guys plan to keep on rocking out and shaking their tails, as they’ve been known to do. The group’s gradually making the Seattle rounds, hopping their way across the city’s many storied stages. This time, Langhorne Slim & The Law come to The Neptune Theatre Thursday, October 10. If you’re wise, you’ll join in on the celebration.
Concerts captured on camera shine at Triple Door; Langhorne Slim steals the spotlight on several Seattle stages
This Thursday, April 4, The Triple Door launches its month-long homage to 20 of Seattle’s top “rocktographers,” those talented photogs who regularly risk rowdy mosh pits and backstage chaos to document the scenes found here in the music mecca
Happy to be in perpetual motion, the talented rocker pauses in the Pacific NW this Friday at Tractor Tavern.
We all have memories of a concert that forever raises the bar. For me: My first time seeing Langhorne Slim perform, back east in Arlington, Virginia. Raw emotion and palpable energy reverberated within the narrow, brick walls of