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posted Friday, July 19, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 29
Macklemore & Lewis add third show
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Macklemore & Lewis add third show

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Quite remarkably, breakout stars Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have added a third concert to their tour-ending appearance this winter at Key Arena. In addition to the sold-out December 12 show and near-sold-out December 11 gig, the Seattle rap duo will also perform December 10. Macklemore and Lewis are basking in international fame with their top-selling album The Heist, smash singles ('Thrift Shop,' 'Can't Hold Us'), and music videos viewed by millions. They haven't given an in-city concert for about a year (though they did appear at the Sasquatch Festival in May), and the three shows in Seattle are the final performances of an extensive tour. Tickets are on sale now at www.aeglive.com.

Another hometown act, Pearl Jam, is finally pleasing local fans with a tour-ending concert, also scheduled for Key Arena. The iconic rock band, led by Eddie Vedder, will play the sports venue on December 6. It's the first time in many years that they'll take the stage at home, although they've appeared in shows around the world. (Vedder did play Benaroya Hall by himself two years ago to promote his solo work, a concert that included several Pearl Jam songs.) The group's fall-winter itinerary has them visiting 21 cities, including Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Charlotte, Dallas, Spokane, and, of course, Seattle. Tickets go on sale July 27.

Not from the Emerald City, yet beloved by many here, is Jay Brannan. The talented singer-songwriter and Shortbus actor returns for an October 29 performance at the Tractor Tavern. He'll include songs from last year's release, Rob Me Blind, as well as tracks from 2009's In Living Cover and 2008's Goddamned. In concert, he's not only a great entertainer, but he's very interactive and possesses a terrific sense of humor. Go to www.tractortavern.com for ticket information.

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