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Sasquatch 2018 Preview: Grandpa and Acquaintances Go to Sasquatch

by on May 24th, 2018 | No Comments »

This year, our intrepid Sasquatch one man media node, Grandpa Andy Bookwalter, will be flanked by two other wonderful contributors he doesn’t really know when he’s enjoying and describing this year’s festival at the Gorge Amphitheater. The three of them will provide updates on their own social media handles as well as our Instagram, Flickr and Twitter pages.

Come Back To My Corner: Scott Hutchison And The Myths We Place on Artists

by on May 15th, 2018 | No Comments »

Graham Isaac – On Friday, Scott Hutchison was found dead on the banks of the Forth river in Scotland. In 2008, his band Frightened Rabbit released the song “Floating in the Forth” in which the narrator– realistically Hutchison– contemplates suicide by jumping into the Forth river. The song concludes with him deciding to live: “I’ll save suicide for another year.”

Treefort Fest 2018 Recap: A Pedestrian’s View

by on May 6th, 2018 | No Comments »

Gary Horn – Treefort Music Fest occurs each Spring in downtown Boise, Idaho. Musicians, actors, comedians, yoga instructors, film directors and more gather to inform and entertain within its 10 “forts,” most of them all-ages. Reviewing this year’s lineup of 463 bands (not a misprint, I checked), it was a challenge to narrow the list down to just 25 or so bands that time would allow me to see.

Photo Set: Miguel @ Showbox Sodo

by on May 5th, 2018 | No Comments »

Maurice Harnsberry – I’m a huge Miguel fan but had never seen him live, so I jumped at the chance to shoot his recent show in Seattle. The show opened with the crowd matching the mellow vibe of the L.A.-based singer and producer’s music, but got a bit more active when the performance peaked on songs like “Skywalker” and “How Many Drinks.”

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