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.

On Saturday June 24th, we attended the sold-out Santana Transmogrify Tour at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville. Santana is a ten-time GRAMMY® Award and three-time Latin GRAMMY® Award-winning group let by Carlos Santana a true musician, artist and included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Transmogrify tour kicked off at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville on June 23rd and 24th, where Santana performed soul-filled music and Latin beats from their forty years of making music including hits from the 60s, 70s, and 90s popular hits from their album Supernatural and beyond.

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Photo by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Shows that welcome 2016: Music to our ears.

If you’re like us, you appreciate having New Year’s Eve options that don’t break the bank and that incorporate entertainment aside from simply guzzling so-so drinks in a chock-a-block bar. This holiday seems to carry loaded expectations for many, so we’ve come up with a few low-pressure ideas that promise to start off the next calendar year on a great musical note. 

A Q+A with the longtime bandmates 

Pop/rock quartet ALO has been deemed “more than a band…It’s a musical relationship”—and one that has propelled the band and its loyal fans for nearly two decades. The band’s currently on tour to support their new Brushfire Records (Jack Johnson) release of  ‘Tangle Of Time’—a joyous collection of songs evoking their 70s-esque California cool sound and whimsical improv. Saturday, December 5, they bring their playful act to Fremont’s Nectar Lounge.

With any luck, all of your drenched, wrung-out clothing has (finally!) dried since Saturday’s downpour, which came along with a surprise dose of lightning that temporarily brought the music to a halt. By this point in the weekend, we know the ropes of this year’s new ticket-bracelet system, we know to expect a strikingly young festival crowd, and we know to pack a raincoat/poncho just in case.