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posted Friday, September 3, 2010 - Volume 38 Issue 36

Scissor Sisters interview with Seattle Gay News next week
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

On your marks, get set, dance!

Scissor Sisters are two weeks away from coming to Seattle, enough time to get those sneakers re-soled with extra rubber, because you'll need it. The New York-based foursome owns 2010's best dance album with Night Work, and they'll be playing tracks from it, as well as other songs from their previous albums, live at The Showbox SoDo in what's expected to be a hot, sweaty, nonstop dance party. But before the band even arrives in the Jet City, they're talking to Seattle Gay News - we'll have the scoop on their upcoming concert and post-show plans. So, grab a copy of the newspaper on September 9 for an interview with our favorite pop-disco kittens, Scissor Sisters.



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