Archive for Tag: Concert

Allan Rayman Hits Up Barboza

Allan Rayman Hits Up Barboza

March 28, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

For those of you who don’t know, Allan Rayman is an up and coming R&B/soul infused artist from Lost Springs, Wyoming. He is a multi-dimensional artist who not only sings, but directs all of his music videos, which are more […]

LÉON & Jacob Banks Take Over The Barboza

LÉON & Jacob Banks Take Over The Barboza

February 16, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

Having been to The Barboza in Seattle’s Capitol Hill district before, I knew that the crowd would be fairly small even with LÉON‘s show being sold out. If you have never been to The Barboza, the underground musical venue for […]

Schoolboy Q Hits Up Seattle

Schoolboy Q Hits Up Seattle

November 11, 2016 - (0) comments - Events, Featured

A couple weeks ago I got a call from Brandon, a fellow Lemonade magazine author, asking if I’d like to attend Schoolboy Q’s show in Seattle. A few years back, Schoolboy Q stole my heart with his performance at the […]

Fitz and the Tantrums Hit Redmond, WA

Fitz and the Tantrums Hit Redmond, WA

September 01, 2016 - (0) comments - Reviews

AC cranked, mood crankier. After a nine-hour bartending shift with no air conditioning available, I couldn’t wait to feel the cool breeze from the swaying Marymoor Park trees graze my skin and only have to endure a spackle of the sunshine beating […]

Smoke Season Revisits The Emerald City

Smoke Season Revisits The Emerald City

July 10, 2016 - (0) comments - Reviews

This Wednesday I had the pleasure of checking out Smoke Season and Caught A Ghost, who are two bands from the city of Los Angeles, California. I was excited to find out the show was at Barboza, which is located […]

Evanescence & VERIDIA Rock The Wiltern

Evanescence & VERIDIA Rock The Wiltern

November 23, 2015 - (0) comments - Events, Reviews

This has been a great year for concerts for me. I have gotten to see some of my favorites including Imagine Dragons, CHVRCHES, Breaking Benjamin and Ellie Goulding, but there has always been that one band that was so elusive, […]

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