AC/DC!!! The band that shook us all night long released their album "Black Ice" last month, their first album in eight years, and now they’re on tour! Who knew? They will be performing tonight, November 30th, at 8pm at the Tacoma Dome. If you have nothing to do this Sunday night, AC/DC’s concert is a great idea. You'll be Thunderstruck by their new album. Even if they’re past their prime, it will be interesting to see what has become of this rock legend, and if they really do come Back in Black. If you’ve seen them before, see them again! Tickets are on sale for $90.50. But if 80s hard rockers aren’t your thing, check out The Decemberists, performing at Moore Theater tonight, November 30th, at 8pm. These Portland based folk-rockers will release their second album on Capitol Records, "Hazards of Love," next March. Get a head start as a member of their fan base by attending their concert. Tickets are on sale now for $30.
Greta Metassa, a Jazz legend who hails from Seattle will be performing tonight, November 29th, at Tula’s Restaurant and Jazz Club in Belltown. She will be performing with another Seattle native, Susan Pascal, a Jazz vibraphonist. Ms. Metassa has been voted the northwest’s “Best Jazz Vocalist” by Earshot Jazz four times. She has been compared with the great female jazz singers, including Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day, and Nancy Wilson. In addition, she has released four CD’s and a DVD live concert, and receives regular national airplay. With tickets selling for just $15, you won’t want to miss our local celebrity.
There’s quality jazz going down tonight in Seattle, so if you can find a way to hear any of bands, it will be well worth your while. The Raggedy Anns Musicquarium Lounge at the Triple Door 5:30pm Happy Hour Jazz Latona Pub Every Friday 5:30pm Jazz and Sushi Fridays Hiroshi's Every Friday 5:30pm Brian Nova Quartet with special guests Pampas Club at El Gaucho Every Friday and Saturday 6:00pm Grupo Amoroso, Red Dress, Michael Owcharuk Trio Egan's Ballard Jam House Begins at 7:00pm Jazz In The City: 4th Annual Benefit Concert Benaroya Hall 7:00pm Hadley Caliman Quartet Tula's 8:00pm Isaac Scott (C
In case you’ve had enough stuffing to last you until next Thanksgiving and don’t really want to stick around for the store-bought apple pie and the screaming kids, check out The Brothers Balthazar Post-Thanksgiving Jamboroo! They are a self-described folk-rock, emo, and trip hop band, and will be playing at 9:00pm at the Blue Moon, in the U-district. If nothing else, check them out to see if their name and picture live up to their Myspace
Kiss 106.1 is hosting the 2008 Jingle Bell Bash, as they do annually. But this year, they’re featuring Fall Out Boy! So we know it will be good. Other performances by Boys Like Girls and The Academy Is will be sure to rock the house. The concert will take place on December 4th at the Historic Paramount Theater, starting at 7:30. According to Kiss’s website, the tickets are sold out, however, you can still buy them online at ticketmaster.com. You can also win tickets all day on Wednesdays by listening to Kiss 106.1. If you’re caller 106 when you hear any Fall Out Boy song, you can score free tickets! Last year’s Jingle Bell Bash was a huge success, with performances from The Jonas Brothers, Timbaland, Blake Lewis, Sean Kingston, Colbie Caillat, and Ehpikh. So we know this year will be even better! There may be less bands than last year, but at least each band plays more songs!
The 2008 Deck the Hall Ball, put on by 107.7 The End, presents some of the hottest bands in today’s music market. The Killers, Death Cab for Cutie, Cold War Kids, Shiny Toy Guns, and Aqueduct will all be on stage, with many new songs and classic hits. The concert will take place on December 9th at the WaMu Theater. Doors open at 4:30pm and the show starts at 6:00pm. All ages are welcome to attend. The Killers will perform new songs like “Human” and “When You Were Young,” and Death Cab will be sure to play their latest hits, “Cath” and “I Will Possess Your Heart.” Last year’s Deck the Hall Ball was a huge hit with performances by Modest Mouse and Jimmy Eat World, and 2008’s show looks to be even better. This will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but tickets are going quickly, so be sure to get yours as soon as possible before they’re all gone! You can buy them online at Ticketmaster.com. Don’t miss out on the wildest after party since Halloween!