March 2011

Rose Placement in Veterans Cemetery

On Saturday April 2nd, 2011, the Seattle University Army ROTC student-volunteers will be placing 1,500 roses from the “Ten Grands” concert at gravesites at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery. The roses are a gift from The Snowman Foundation and the “Ten Grands” Seattle concert, presented by title sponsor RBC Wealth Management. They will first be used on stage at the 4th annual “Ten Grands” concert at Benaroya Hall the previous evening.

This event will take place by the Doughboy Statue in Evegreen Washelli's Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 11111 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98133. The placement begins at 10am and will take approximately one hour to complete. The public is invited to observe this notable event.

For more information on this event and the organizations involved, please click here.


STG presents Chris Cornell on Sunday, May 1, 2011 at The Moore Theatre in Seattle.

Chris Cornell is a rock icon who thrives on contradictions. An innovator who resists genre labels, he was nonetheless the chief architect of the 90s grunge movement. Frequently ranked as one of the best voices in music history, he has successfully maintained his own unique identity over more than two decades as a multi-Grammy award winning musician and universally acclaimed singer, songwriter and lyricist.


STG presents Dengue Fever at The Crocodile in Seattle on Sunday, April 24, 2011.


Dengue Fever's psychedelic take on the Cambodian pop sounds of the 60s makes them one of rock'n'roll's most unique success stories. They draw enthusiastic crowds from LA to the UK , from Maui to Moscow , and leave critics rummaging through their thesauruses looking for new superlatives to describe their sound. Their appearance at this year's WOMEX, the world's largest international music conference, cements their position as a global phenomenon.

Venus On Earth, Dengue's new album shows the band's careful attention to the craft of songwriting. With 11 strong tunes and Chhom Nimol's vocals more confident than ever, the band takes another giant step forward; creating music that retains its Cambodian roots while forging its own unique psychedelic sound.


The Head & The Heart

STG presents The Head & The Heart at Showbox at the Market in Seattle on Friday, April 29, 2011 and at The Moore Theatre in Seattle on Saturday, April 30, 2011.

So many decisions in life and in the music we love can come down to a critical tug between the logic in our heads and the hot red blood beating through our hearts. Seattle’s The Head and the Heart live authentically in that crux, finding joy and beauty wedged there. Their music pulses effervescently—both explosively danceable and intuitively intelligent.

The strength of Josiah, Jon and Charity's vocal harmonies on the album makes it feel like these three were born to pour their voices together, as the band's songs revel in jaunty bass lines with ebullient handclaps peppering the best moments.This is an album for people who unabashedly sing and drum along on the steering wheel, and also for those who appreciate a well-crafted collection of songs that build into something wholly beautiful.


STG Presents El Ten Eleven at Chop Suey on Friday April 15, 2011.



El Ten Eleven is a Los Angeles-based instrumental indie rock duo consisting of Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty. They officially formed in 2003, but Dunn and Fogarty have been working together musically for years in bands such as The Softlightes (first American band signed to Australia’s Modular label) and The Incredible Moses Leroy.

To date, the group has only performed shows within the United States and Canada, but their music has been heard loud and clear across the globe.This is a duo of road-warriors who have built up their fan-base the old fashioned way: by getting out on the road and touring their asses off. They have looped around America more times than they can remember and at each show, new members of the El Ten Eleven faithful are conceived.

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STG presents Bryan Adams on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 8 pm at the Paramount Theatre.

Bryan Adams continues his highly successful "Bare Bones" acoustic concert tour in select U.S. cities this year. Adams has interspersed these special sold-out performances in between stadium dates and this new spin on his classic hits has been met with rave reviews from critics and fans alike:

He is a Companion of the Order of Canada and has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the Juno Awards in Halifax. Bryan has been nominated for Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammy's and his handprint has been added to the Wembley Square of Fame in celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium.

The show at the Paramount Theatre provides a rare opportunity for fans to see Adams as they've never seen him before!

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Starbucks Presents Hot Java Cool Jazz

STG presents Starbucks’ Hot Java Cool Jazz at The Paramount Theatre in Seattle on Friday, April 15, 2011.

Five of the best high school jazz bands in the nation are right here in Seattle. And they’re about to blow the doors off the Paramount. Come hear them for yourself at Starbucks 16th Annual HOT JAVA COOL JAZZ.

As part of Starbucks ongoing commitment to supporting the local youth arts community, all proceeds from ticket sales will benefit participating school music programs.

This years show will feature students from Garfield, Edmonds Woodway, Mountlake Terrace, Newport, and Roosevelt.

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As kids, the Sacramento fivesome cut its teeth on Anthrax and The Smiths, Pantera and The Cure, skateboarding and “The Smurfs.” As a band out of high school, Deftones mixed trip hop with thrash, melodic vocals with crushing reverb, and yes, pretty with ugly. As chart-toppers and headliners, they’ve crossed over genres, defied categorization and confused the hell out of your iPod (“Heavy Metal?” “Hard Rock?” “Alternative?”) Above all, Deftones have stuck together throughout their often-turbulent tenure, and now, deliver one of the most compelling records of their career.

The 11-track album is just that—an album from start to finish. Diamond Eyes works the way good records used to; each song carries you a little further away from your shitty day until finally, you’ve been transported to a place that feels a whole lot better than where you started