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Seattle Weekly

Seattle Weekly

First published in 1976, Seattle Weekly is a freely distributed newspaper in Seattle, Washington, United States.

6 articles

Grand Funk Railroad: Train in Vain?

Report and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, 14 August 2002

APRIL 26, 1996, the State Theatre, Detroit: Grand Funk Railroad are onstage together for the first time in two decades, accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award ...

The Clash, Joe Strummer: Up In Heaven: Joe Strummer, 1952-2002

Obituary by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, 8 January 2003

Why should we assume people get worse [with age]? I think you should just get on with it. Look at Paul Newman. And the Sufis ...

Rank and File: Western Union: Rank And File

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, 7 May 2003

A new archival set revisits Chip and Tony Kinman’s pioneering alt-country outfit Rank And File, as the brothers continue to expand their Cowboy Nation. ...

The Dream Syndicate, Steve Wynn: The Defiant One: Steve Wynn

Report and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, 28 May 2003

After ushering in a double disc of Miracles with his last album, underground icon Steve Wynn explores his troubled soul on the new Static Transmission. ...

Spacemen 3: Medicine Show: The Spacemen 3 fill out another Perfect Prescription

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, 25 June 2003

RUGBY, ENGLAND, SPRING ’87: Four scruffy twentysomethings are sprawled across secondhand bed mattresses arranged at asymmetrical angles on the floor of VHF Studios. The ...

Ash Flow

Report and Interview by Bill Holdship, Seattle Weekly, 9 October 2006

Irish rockers plug into the electronica-powered Area 2 tour ...

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