By Tim Basaraba
Do your ears need a rest? Do you crave some good Italian cuisine? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to view an extremely attractive aerialist while dining? If you answered yes to any, some or all of these questions I will see you in Post Alley on Monday.
Joe Doria brings the noise like only he can with his Hammond B3 organ. If you have not been to the Seamonster lately stop by and enjoy one of the city’s coolest sit-down spots.
If you feel like standing up, head over to the Showbox and see Balkan Beat Box (see Andy’s show preview). After all, how often do you get a chance to see Israeli hip-hop in Seattle?
Can’t get enough of Joe Doria? An epic night is planned at the Tractor in Ballard on Wednesday. A “must” for any lover of the Hammond B3.
Did you miss Jon Pontrello last Monday at the Sunset? You’re in luck, because this week you have a second chance to see this brilliant singer songwriter and this time it’s in a more ornate setting at the beautiful Columbia City Theatre.
Durge pioneers The Underwater Tiger return with a new rhythm section. Dear lord help those who do not soon heed the “call of the tiger.”
Back to back nights at the Mix. Gerorgetown is peaking, yo! Recasting classic TV theme songs, Stay Tuned may be the most entertaining band in Seattle. If you need some indie cred to solidify your Saint Patties day plans, don’t worry. We Wrote the Book on Connectors are also playing.
This great hip-hop duo returns to Fremont once again courtesy of the Take Warning Agency. Even if you are on the fence about the hip-hop genre you should open your damn mind up and visit the High Dive on Sunday. Worst case scenario? You try some eats from their awesome new menu and watch one of the sexiest bands ever open up. That band? Another purveyor of the Durge sound, the Springboards.