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posted Friday, February 22, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 8
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Music biggie Clive Davis comes out as Bi

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

When Adam Lambert and Mika came out, no one batted an eyelash. It was business as usual because, quite frankly, it was very old news already. But when music mogul Clive Davis earlier this week revealed he is Bisexual and has engaged in sexual relationships with men, it got the industry chattering. This is the man who nurtured the careers of Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Clarkson, just to name a few, and he's perhaps the most powerful music figure since David Geffen to officially out himself. The revelation and details are penned in his new autobiography, The Soundtrack of My Life, available in stores now. By the way, Davis and Clarkson are in a semi-bitter feud these days, with Clarkson disputing the famed producer's story of her crying in his office because she didn't get her way on the hit single 'Since U Been Gone.' She instead claims that Davis bullied her to tears. Ah, the drama.

AN EVENING WITH DAY
Spencer Day, who came out in 2010 and has interviewed twice with SGN, is coming back to Seattle. The jazz-pop standout's new album, The Mystery of You, will be released on March 12 and he'll surely introduce material from it when he plays back-to-back nights at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley on April 9 and 10. Visit www.jazzalley.com for info and tickets.

DON'T THROW A FITZ
Following up on last week's announcement of the upcoming Bruno Mars concert with special guests Ellie Goulding and Fitz and the Tantrums, the date and venue were just revealed. The show, part of the Moonshine Jungle Tour, is scheduled for July 21 at Key Arena. At press time, ticket information wasn't immediately available. For more details, go to www.brunomars.com.

YOU SNOOZE, YOU LOSE
These live shows are now sold out: B.B. King on March 3 (Snoqualmie Casino), Josh Ritter on March 23 (The Neptune), Tyler the Creator on April 10 (Neumos), Fall Out Boy on June 19 (The Showbox SoDo), and all three days of the Sasquatch Festival on Memorial Day weekend (The Gorge Amphitheatre).

LIMEYS LOVE OCEAN, TOO
Finally, congratulations to Frank Ocean for snagging another deserving accolade, this time for International Male Solo Artist at the Brit Awards. Fellow Americans Lana Del Rey and The Black Keys won equivalent prizes for International Female Solo Artist and International Group, respectively.

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