Browsing the "Tacoma Music" Tag

We love you, Rufus Wainwright

October 24th, 2013 | by Editorial Staff

Rufus Wainwright will take the stage at the Pantages Theater on October 30, 2013. Here, three of Rufus’ Tacoma fans share

Add a Little 1965 Tacoma to Your Holiday Playlist

December 17th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

If you’re like me (and I refuse to believe that I am the lone fanatic in this town), you harbor an appreciation for holiday music. You may never voice it or you may be audacious about it, but either way, you can stand a little carol now and then. Or maybe heaping, endless hours of it (like me). And perhaps (also like me) you have exhausted the classics and are yearning for something a little more, oh, Tacoma-esque in your playlists. Well, way back in 1965, The Ventures were there to help out.

Celebrating Three Years of the Warehouse

October 19th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

It's time to officially declare The Warehouse an institution. For three years, Adam Ydstie, Katie Lowery, and Doug Stoeckicht have organized, produced, and presented incredible live music. Featuring talented musicians in venues both traditional and non, all over Tacoma and points north, The Warehouse has never disappointed

Grace Sullivan: drifting toward Apartment Lights

July 23rd, 2012 | by Daniel Rahe

There are a lot of fractured reflections in Grace Sullivan’s debut EP as Apartment Lights. “The White River” is an album composed of three songs that emerged from restorative moments in the natural world

Tacoma’s Own Firework, Grace Youn

July 20th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

Summer has officially hit Tacoma, which means you may have already contemplated escaping the heat by heading to the movies. But did you know that there’s a Tacoma connection with a current big-screen blockbuster? You may be surprised to discover that a young classical violinist now youtube sensation from Tacoma just happens to make an appearance in the documentary "Katy Perry: Part of Me."

Colin Scott Reynolds’ “Oh Tacoma”

June 25th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

I have my fingers crossed that the rest of the world will, like me, uncover and immediately love singer/songwriter/Valhalla coffee-roaster Colin Scott Reynolds. The unassuming bearer of an unexpectedly mellifluous and powerful voice, Colin's performances are local treats that must be experienced

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