Named after a Minneapolis street dotted with dive bars, this ridiculously infectious boy-girl-boy-girl quartet toiled in obscurity for nearly a decade before pulling in more than a million views of its minimalist YouTube cover of the Jackson Five’s “I Want You Back.” A Manhattan show spun off from the Coen Brothers film, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” earned…More
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Surrounded by hundreds of friends, family and fans, Noah Gundersen looked out onto the Neptune Theatre crowd Saturday night and admitted something few artists will ever say: When he was scuffling, Gundersen couldn’t help but feel jealousy for those who had made it before him.
It’s not a pretty feeling, but like Gundersen’s powerful full-length debut, “Ledges,” the emotion was hard-earned and real. And now, entirely irrelevant.
Gundersen, 24, celebrated the release of “Ledges” with an intense set in front of a packed house notable for its youth and ardor. From the moment Gundersen opened the show with the mostly a cappella “Poor Man’s Son,” the show took on the feeling of religious revival meeting.More
Backed by a choir and band in shimmering silver graduation gowns at his album release party Saturday night at the Neptune Theatre, Damien Jurado knew he must have looked somewhat odd dressed all in white.
“This is the Silver Sister choir and the Silver brothers,” Jurado said. “And I’m their cult leader.”
He got a chuckle even if there might have been some truth to that statement. But it wasn’t the musicians gathered on stage that constituted Jurado’s cult; instead, it was his legion of fans that packed the Neptune and lined the street outside searching for extra tickets.More
The last time Mike Scott and the Waterboys were in town, the original iPhone had just been released and George W. Bush was still the president.
That was six long years ago. Scott and band returned to Seattle Friday night for a packed show at the Neptune Theatre. His hair (and that of his fans) grayer, Scott proved he hasn’t let the years slow him down with an energetic, two-hour marathon of old favorites and songs off his latest project, the collection of adapted W.B. Yeats poems “An Appointment With Mr. Yeats.”More