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    1. News : BadChristian Announces The ‘Welcome Home’ Living Room Tour

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      Want to see Matt & Toby of BadChristian in an intimate house setting? The longtime Emery bros are bringing their podcast to life in Seattle 8/26 and Portland 8/27 before heading down the West Coast. Keep an eye out for deets, tickets, and the like.


    2. Gallery : The Weak’s End 10th Anniversary Tour At El Corazon 1/24

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      Ten years, almost to the day. 9 years, 353 days. Last Friday night at El Corazon, Emery kicked off the West coast leg of their ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary tour. With fellow Seattle bands Peace Mercutio and The Classic Crime and Long Beach’s This Wild Life in tow, the second leg of the tour is off to a sensational start. As with the East Coast leg of the tour, the lineup is largely acoustic, with stripped-down Emery songs and Q&A sessions between sets.


    3. News : TONIGHT! – Emery’s ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary Show

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      Tonight at El Corazon in Seattle, Emery will be kicking off the West coast leg of ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary Tour! It’s sure to be a blast, with support from fellow Seattle acts Shoreline Drive, Peace Mercutio, and Matt MacDonald of The Classic Crime, and an appearance by California band This Wild Life. The headlining Tooth & Nail golden boys will offer a blistering electric play-through of ‘The Weak’s End’, as well as a few other favorites. Tickets are $18 on the El Corazon website, and doors are at 6:30!


    4. News : Emery ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary West Coast Venues Posted

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      The long-awaited West coast leg of Emery’s ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary Tour is getting more meaty, with venue and dates posted last night. Emery, The Classic Crime’s Matt MacDonald, This Wild Life, and Peace Mercutio will kick off in Seattle 1/24 at El Corazon, and follow up with a date in Portland’s Bossanova Ballroom the following evening. Keep an eye out for ticketing information!


    5. News : Black Joe Lewis Fall Tour

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      Raging Texan rock band Black Joe Lewis is hitting the road in support of their new record ‘Electric Slave’. The tour will tear through Boise 11/27 and Seattle’s Neptune Theater 11/29, swing up to Vancouver BC 11/30, and come back to Portland 12/1 to rip up the rest of the West coast. The Neptune Theater date will also feature Radkey and Think No Think. Check out some of the band’s new material on SoundCloud, and visit the band’s Facebook page for more on the upcoming tour.


    6. News : Lo’ There Do I See My Brother West Coast Tour Dates

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      Tacoma’s Lo’ There Do I See My Brother has posted West Coast tour dates to push their upcoming 7″ release, ‘The Earth Beneath The Sea’. The tour will also feature Seattle band He Whose Ox Is Gored. The tour kicks off 10/17 in Portland, and will follow the coast south and inland to Nevada briefly before closing out in Seattle 10/29. For ticketing and more information on the band, visit the official Facebook page.


    7. News : Into The Flood Announce ‘The Devastatour’

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      This October, Seattle metal act Into The Flood will start ‘The Devastour’, an eight-date mini-tour through the West Coast. Supporting acts have not been announced, but the tour will begin 10/25 in Spokane, come through Seattle 10/26, and stop in Eugene, OR 10/31 before going South into California. For more on the promising young band, visit the official Into The Flood Facebook page!


    8. News : SOL West Coast Tour Dates & Tour Lineup Posted

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      Hip Hop artist Sol has posted dates for his upcoming West coast tour, featuring fellow Seattle artists Sam Lachow (formerly of local favorite Shankbone) and BFA. The tour starts 9/21 in Portland, visits Eugene the following night, and will close up in Bellingham 10/12 after a handful of dates in California, Utah, and Colorado. For more tour information and ticketing, visit Sol’s Facebook page.