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June 27, 2014 at 10:20 AM

Robyn and Röyksopp: robot pillow talk & more at Marymoor | Concert review

(Maddie Meyer)

Robyn, a Swedish pop musician, performs with Norwegian electronic group Royksopp at Marymoor Park. (Photo by Maddie Meyer / The Seattle Times)

Photo gallery:  Robyn performs at Marymoor Park

The trajectory of most concerts is pretty straightforward. A band intersperses old material with the new, and then plays its most popular song somewhere near the end of the show. It’s as much a part of the live-music experience as crowds and overpriced beer.


Comments | More in Electronic, Rock/Pop | Topics: Concert Review, Marymoor Park, Robyn

September 21, 2013 at 3:52 PM

The Lumineers return to the Northwest for an evening of ’60s-inspired folk-rock

Just a few miles from where the Lumineers recorded their Grammy-nominated debut album last year — at Woodinville’s Bear Creek Studio — the Denver-based folk-rock band played to a large, adoring crowd Friday night at Marymoor Park. Sounding sentimental, singer and guitarist Wesley Schultz talked about the band’s amazing trajectory since releasing its self-named debut album,…


Comments | More in Americana, Folk, Rock/Pop | Topics: Dr. Dog, Marymoor Park, Nathaniel Rateliff

August 24, 2013 at 12:38 PM

Willie Nelson still showing brilliance late in career

Willie Nelson is no Superman. “Too many pain pills and too much pot/ Trying to be something that I’m not,” he sings in “Superman” from the 2009 album, “Lost Highway.” The humorous, self-effacing tune, which Nelson performed Friday night at Marymoor Park, was a reminder that even a country icon has his limits. Especially an 80-year-old…


Comments | More in Country | Topics: Marymoor Park, Wiilie Nelson