For your viewing pleasure, two upcoming STG artists will be featured on network TV this week!
TONIGHT! Comedian Patton Oswalt will be appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC, 12:00am). Patton is scheduled to perform his stand up comedy routine at The Moore Theatre on Sept. 18. Tickets are on sale now!
This Friday: Pet Shop Boys will be performing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC, 12:35am). Pet Shop Boys are playing The Moore Theatre on Sept. 20. A few tickets remain - get yours now!
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
WICKED load-in (arrival of sets and more!) is wickedly cool (ha!) and started today. The theatre is abuzz with energy and besides the hundreds of people it takes to get a show like this up and running, we also had two local television stations come by this morning to film some behind the scenes footage!
Check out KOMO 4 News at 5:00pm and Q-13 Fox News at 9:00pm for an inside look at WICKED here in The Paramount Theatre!
Posted by STG Presents at 11:19 AM
Tune in to KEXP 90.3 FM today at 1:30 pm for an in-studio performance with Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons, live on the air with Cheryl Waters and the Midday Show! You may have heard their song "Born Again," as it was recently featured as a KEXP Song of the Day - we're sure they'll do a live version today on the air.
Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons perform tonight at The Crocodile with Joshua James. More info here. Tickets are available now at The Crocodile box office!
Their debut album Death Won't Send A Letter will be out on September 29th on Black Seal Records.
Posted by STG Presents at 10:57 AM
Monday, August 31, 2009
Passion Pit fans can get a free download of the track "The Reeling" from their new album Manners.
You do have to enter your email address to get to the download page, but that's it!
Passion Pit will be in Seattle at Showbox at the Market on Oct. 11th - tickets are already on sale!
Posted by STG Presents at 9:36 AM
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Did they bring you to tears too? The Avett Brothers played an outstanding show at The Paramount this past Friday night. Talk about wow.
Development intern Eric Gonzalez was on site and shot the following photos:
Eric has been interning with STG for a few months now and is doing a lot of great work with our Development department - now we know he's an amazing photographer too! He thought the Avett Brothers show was "magical" and revealed that he, like many others in the audience, was brought to tears during the performance.
We're tearing up again just thinking about it.
Posted by STG Presents at 1:56 PM