Has your passport expired? If you’re a music lover, best take care of that. Two major tours have just announced they will stop across the border in Vancouver, B.C., but not in Seattle. That’s right. Rock superstars U2 and the cross-generational juggernaut of Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga both land in Vancouver in May, 2015. Both acts play two nights and the shows are the inaugural dates of their respective tours.More
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Lady Gaga’s still got it.
The big-hearted pop diva known for her flamboyant showmanship and devoted LGBTQ following treated fans to nearly two hours of song, dance and spectacle Friday night at KeyArena.
Fans of all ages filled the venue — including Gaga’s father, Joe Germanotta, who was celebrating his birthday along with other family members. Seated at the piano, Lady Gaga dedicated an intimate, solo version of “Dope” to him, then led the audience in a “Happy Birthday” sing along.More
Seattle has such a deep pop music scene — with local as well as touring acts — that even during a slow week, it’s difficult to decide what to write about.
But this week is just nuts.More
Also featuring an underlooked blues guitarist, an underrated collaboration from two old-school rappers and a bunch of bands that sound like fun. at a radio station’s indie-rock “summer camp.”More
Lady Gaga, who cancelled her May 28 show at KeyArena due to severe bronchitis, has rescheduled on Aug. 8. Tickets for the previously scheduled performance will be honored at the door.More
Lady Gaga, who was scheduled to perform tonight, May 28, at KeyArena and Friday, May 30, in Vancouver, B.C., has had to cancel both shows as a result of severe bronchitis.
A press release from LiveNation instructed fans to retain their tickets to these events as they will be valid for the rescheduled performances in each city. Information on the rescheduled show dates to be announced.More
With Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga arriving in Seattle for separate shows only a day apart, one wonders if the two old pals will get together for another slumber party as they did in 2012 (with Lindsay Lohan) at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont.More
by Andre Gospe / Special to The Seattle Times Memorial Day weekend means it’s time for Sasquatch! and Folklife, but there’s no need to go to the Gorge or Seattle Center to see live music. This week — Thursday, May 22 – Wednesday, May 28 — features a spate of big names, the son…More
Lady Gaga, whose new disc “Artpop” is the No. 1 album in the country, has announced a Seattle date on her “artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball” tour. The continually self-inventing pop star known for her unusual costumes appears May 28 at KeyArena. The tour begins May 4 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. Tickets for the Seattle show go…More
Sic transit gloria mundi, as they say in the record business. Alas, the glory week has passed that saw Seattle bands Pearl Jam and The Head and the Heart in the Top 10 of the Billboard album chart. Pearl Jam’s “Lightning Bolt” (review here) now clocks in at #28 and THATH’s “Be Still” (