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January 11, 2014 at 2:31 PM

The Posies thrill crowd with “Frosting” and nostalgia | Concert review

Headlining the second night of Moe’s/Neumos anniversary shows, The Posies thrilled a capacity crowd by playing all the songs on their popular 1993 album “Frosting on the Beater,” which yielded some of the biggest hits of the band’s career – “Dream All Day,” “Solar Sister” and “Flavor of the Month.” The show featuring The Posies, Alcohol…


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January 3, 2014 at 9:56 AM

For two decades, the capital of Capitol Hill nightlife

Principal owner of Neumos Jerry Everard, foreground , (with MOE shirt on) with his partners at Neumos Bar. From left, Steven Severin, Everard, Jason Lajeunesse and Mike Meckling. (Greg Gilbert)

Above: Neumos’ principal owner Jerry Everard, foreground, with partners Steven Severin, Jason Lajeunesse and Mike Meckling. (Photo by Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)

For eight nights beginning Thursday, the storied Capitol Hill nightclub that opened in 1994 as Moe’s Mo’roc’n Café and reopened in 2004 as Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room will host more than a dozen bands that have helped make the building one of the city’s top live-music venues for a generation of concertgoers.

The two clubs are marking their 20th and 10th anniversaries, respectively. The lineup includes


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