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Front-man, PJ Covello, leads the group with powerful vocals and spine tingling melodies. The singer/song-writers passion for Grunge and Rs songwriting. Cuevas specializes in heart wrenching guitar riffs and elegant song structures.The two song-writers have written and performed together since 2013. Cuevas and Covello met in high school via mutual friend, Logan Taylor. Covello and Taylor had formed a band with intentions of performing original songs, and were searching for their third member. Taylor recruited Cuevas on rhythm guitar and the trio recorded 5 demos with Taylor on drums.Shortly after the group formed, they had deemed themselves The Good Weird after Taylor suggested he thought their music sounded Weird, but in a good way.Nik Paulson eventually replaced Taylor on drums in 2014 after Taylor decided to leave the group. Covello, Cuevas, and Paulson played a round of live shows in an effort to solidify a live set and gain traction in the Seattle scene. After 4 or 5 shows, Paulson decided to take leave from the group and formed Save Bandit.The Good Weird laid low in 2015 and most of 2016 while Covello and Cuevas focused on writing and holding auditions for drummers and bassists. In November of 2016, The Good Weird released their debut project, Multiverse, a 6-song EP produced by Kevin Veatch. The group used their new EP to apply for MoPOPs Sound Off! 2017, which landed them a spot in the local competition. The Good Weird recruited local drummer, Alix Daniel, through a Craigslist ad, as well as Covellos friend, Silas Stokes, to play Bass. Out of over 200 contestants, The Good Weird managed to come in 4th place at MoPOPs Sound Off!, earning them a spot in multiple festivals. The group was also invited to play at MoPOPs 2017 Founders Award, honoring The Doors.Over the next two years, The Good Weird has gone through another change of band members, but has regrouped and is hitting the Seattle scene once more. Covello and Cuevas have written a new batch of songs that far out-way their previous EP, in an effort to challenge their technical abilities and creative instincts. The group aims to release their new music in early 2020 and begin a new era of live-shows, and creative content.

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A person whose words are so potent that they cause the people and beings around them to vibrate is said to have a silver tongue. Its apt, then, that Mackenzie Scottwho has spent the 2010s making boundary-pushing pop music under her TORRES monikerhas chosen to call her fourth album, and first release on Merge, just that.Recorded at ODeer in Brooklyn, New York, Silver Tongue is a full-scale realization of the world Scott has created over TORRES last few albums. Even when singing in more subdued tones, Scotts voice is fervent, her lyrics stirring and unyielding as she draws from both the divine and the everyday.Its also the first TORRES record produced solely by Scott. After having shared production duties on her first three albums, the latter two alongside PJ Harvey collaborator Rob Ellis, she found the process liberating: I made exactly the record I want, and it feels very me.Silver Tongue fastidiously chronicles the impulses that make up desirefrom the dreamy first blushes of infatuation through the slightly terrifying wonder that accompanies connection with another. In between, Scott wrestles with the highs and lows of what being in love might mean over heady guitars and swirling synths. This is immediate in album opener Good Scare, which details the courage one finds when chasing the person of ones dreams: When you said you couldnt swing it, you gave me a good scare for a minute there / I had never seen that look from you before / You were eyeing all the exits.While potent vocal hooks punctuate songs like the sparkling Dressing America, which combines New Wave glitter with hovering frustration, and the brooding Good Grief, which gently pokes at the idea of fetishized sadness, the knottiness lurking underneath reflects Scotts real-time processing of her emotions while making the record.I was trying to make sense of things as they were happening to me, she says. Its more difficult for me to examine something clearly enough to write about it when Im in the middle of it, and yet thats what it demands. Youve got to see things for what they are if you want to make truthful observations about them. When youre writing about the past, you can manipulate it a little bit to fit a narrative, clean it up sometheres less room for bending the present.TORRES music has long navigated the space between the physical and the metaphysical, and Silver Tongue faces that conflict head-on, examining the ways in which the actions of others can stir up deep-seated feelings and seemingly alter the space in which one exists.

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Music is having a moment. Listeners are crying out for something truesome meaty songs thatll give us some comfort, even as they cut closer to the bone. Everyone is finally ready for the gritty, thundering country Jason Boland and the Stragglers have sharpened over almost 20+ years worth of selling out roomy venues and commanding stages across the nation. Were just trying to make something that were proud of, lead songwriter and vocalist Boland says. If any more people want to take notice of it, theyre welcome. Since coming together in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Boland and his tight knit crew have sold more than half a million albums independently and earned a devoted following thats swelled far beyond the bands red dirt roots. At a Stragglers show, oil patch roughnecks, hippies, college kids, and intelligentsia all sway side-by-side like a traveling reincarnation of Austins Armadillo World Headquarters in its cosmic cowboy, Willie Nelson heyday. While the Stragglers draw from rock and folk, make no mistake: they traffic in unfiltered, unfettered honky-tonk, raw and lean. For 2020, the band is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their debut album Pearl Snaps with a nationwide tour where the band will play the record front to back along with favorites from their extensive catalog. The legendary record was recorded with famed producer Lloyd Maines and behind the success of songs like Pearl Snaps Somewhere Down in Texas Proud Souls and others it quickly became a beloved classic and still continues to be named as a major influence for many of the top artists coming out of the Texas/Oklahoma country music scene.

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The man singing these songs isnt exactly the same man who wrote them, says Pokey LaFarge of ​Rock Bottom Rhapsody​, his eighth and latest studio release. This album is about the story of who I used to be.In early 2018, LaFarge searching for the sort of artistic freedom and inspiration he wasnt finding in the Midwest relocated from his longtime home base of St. Louis, Missouri, to Los Angeles, California. New songs came quickly to LaFarge in his new environment, but new temptations soon found him, as well. Though he declines to get into specifics, LaFarge admits that he experienced a significant fall from grace during the last months of 2018. Things sort of started to unravel in my mind, he recalls. I was letting evil spirits and demons rule me, and I came into certain agreements with them, and it took me down. I was giving too much power to the darkness, and I got in too deep, and I made some bad decisions. The reality of the situation is that I hit the closest to rock bottom that I ever had, and Ive definitely had some hardships in my life.While songs like Fuck Me Up, End of My Rope, Fallen Angel and Aint Comin Home were all written before LaFarges life went into a downward spiral, their lyrics definitely speak of a soul in crisis even though their author himself wasnt fully aware of it at the time. Its a case of me writing the story and writing the song, and then unfortunately living it, he reflects. The last three, four years have just been the hardest that I can remember. Id played the Ryman, I was selling theaters and clubs out all over the world, I got to travel the world, I was making a living, I got to buy a house; I could have whatever food and booze I wanted at any time, women but I was unhappiest Id ever been, because I dont think I really believed that I deserved my success, even though I worked so hard to get everything I had. And I was going towards the darkness. I was longing for death more than I was longing for life not necessarily literally longing for actual death, but destruction definitely ensued; self-sabotage and self-destruction definitely happened.

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The man singing these songs isnt exactly the same man who wrote them, says Pokey LaFarge of ​Rock Bottom Rhapsody​, his eighth and latest studio release. This album is about the story of who I used to be.In early 2018, LaFarge searching for the sort of artistic freedom and inspiration he wasnt finding in the Midwest relocated from his longtime home base of St. Louis, Missouri, to Los Angeles, California. New songs came quickly to LaFarge in his new environment, but new temptations soon found him, as well. Though he declines to get into specifics, LaFarge admits that he experienced a significant fall from grace during the last months of 2018. Things sort of started to unravel in my mind, he recalls. I was letting evil spirits and demons rule me, and I came into certain agreements with them, and it took me down. I was giving too much power to the darkness, and I got in too deep, and I made some bad decisions. The reality of the situation is that I hit the closest to rock bottom that I ever had, and Ive definitely had some hardships in my life.While songs like Fuck Me Up, End of My Rope, Fallen Angel and Aint Comin Home were all written before LaFarges life went into a downward spiral, their lyrics definitely speak of a soul in crisis even though their author himself wasnt fully aware of it at the time. Its a case of me writing the story and writing the song, and then unfortunately living it, he reflects. The last three, four years have just been the hardest that I can remember. Id played the Ryman, I was selling theaters and clubs out all over the world, I got to travel the world, I was making a living, I got to buy a house; I could have whatever food and booze I wanted at any time, women but I was unhappiest Id ever been, because I dont think I really believed that I deserved my success, even though I worked so hard to get everything I had. And I was going towards the darkness. I was longing for death more than I was longing for life not necessarily literally longing for actual death, but destruction definitely ensued; self-sabotage and self-destruction definitely happened.

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Nestled between the rolling farmland of Oregons Willamette Valley and the impossibly tall trees further south, the gold and timber town of Cottage Grove has always drawn an eclectic mix of dreamers, drifters and prophets to its downtown Main Street.For about a decade now, many of these frontier misfits have gathered to carouse and quench their thirst at the Axe ve forged these past few years to any particular beer-soaked barroom along the way, its got to be the Fiddle.Its more than likely the place where, in early 2009, singer/songwriter Ray Vietti already the veteran of one ambitious but ill-fated musical dream first encountered Alex Salcido, and its probably where the two musicians first decided to jam. Soon enough, Vietti would come to recognize Salcido as a kindred spirit in both vision and song, and the young tunesmith would help write the Harmed Brothers saga with an insightful, often wistful lyrical and instrumental voice that offers a fitting complement to Viettis gritty baritone and powerful chords.

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Oct 31 7:00 pm – 06/05/20 10:00 pm White River Amphitheatre 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road Auburn, WA, 98092 View A Map to This Event View This Event

Please Note: Your Ticket To Rock package includes: One (1) lawn/GA ticket or one (1) reserved ticket to each of three (3) shows. Megadeth & Lamb of God on July 25th Korn & Faith No More on August 11th Disturbed on September 12th All show dates and times are subject to change without notice. Please note that tickets will not be mailed until after June 5, 2020

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Call 1-800-745-3000 to purchase tickets by phone. Kids 3 & under are free if sitting on a lap. Parking $10 (Cash or Card). To ensure a parking spot, please arrive at least 1 hour before game time. Outside food and beverage are prohibited. Only sealed bottled water is permissible. Gates typically open one (1) hour prior to game time (subject to change). All sales are final, absolutely no refunds or exchanges. Cheney Stadium is located at 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma, WA 98405. No coolers or oversized bags permitted. All carry bags and purses must be 12" x 12" x 6" or smaller, and are subject to search by ballpark staff. LIGHTNING (in the unlikely event that the match must be postponed due to lightning- Ticket can be exchanged in person at the Cheney Stadium Box Office for a ticket of equal or lesser value for a match during the current regular season. Absolutely no refunds will be issued.

Call 1-800-745-3000 to purchase by phone 3 & under free on lap/No refunds, no exchanges/No outside food or drink Parking $10 (Cash or Card). To ensure a parking spot, please arrive at least 1 hour before game time. BOX SEATS: Seat with armrest & chair back in 100 Level Sections. RESERVED: Seat with armrest & chair back in Sections A-P. Day of game discounts for Senior/Youth/Military only available at the Box Office. ACCESSIBLE: A maximum of 3 companions per disabled individual are allowed. To purchase by phone, call 1-800-745-3000. GRASS: This is a general admission seating area. This area does not include seats. Chairs are prohibited. Blankets and bleacher seats are allowed. If you purchase tickets, you may receive customer service messages via email.

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