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posted Friday, June 26, 2015 - Volume 43 Issue 26
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Modest Mouse returns for two shows in August

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Welcome back, Modest Mouse! It's been 8 years since the alternative rock band put out a new album, finally delighting fans with Strangers to Ourselves in March; the group's previous record was 2007's We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. The Northwest-based act, formed in Issaquah and led by multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Isaak Brock, is supporting its latest effort with a full tour that pulls into Seattle for back-to-back shows at the Paramount Theatre, on August 24 and 25. Tickets are on sale now at Tickets.com, priced at $45. The leadoff single from Strangers to Ourselves is 'Lampshades on Fire,' available for viewing on YouTube.

Also headed to Seattle is Grammy-winning singer Miguel, who scored a major breakthrough with the Top 40 hit 'Adorn.' The pop-R&B artist, whose full name is Miguel Jontel Pimentel, is on the verge of releasing his third studio album on June 30, titled Wildheart, featuring the first single 'Coffee.' Miguel will perform live at The Showbox SoDo, as part of a tour that includes stops in Austin, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles. Tickets for the August 23 concert are on sale now at axs.com, and for more information visit officialmiguel.com.

You may not have heard of Beth Hart, but she's phenomenal. A gritty, intense blues singer, the LA-based artist delivered a knockout performance two years ago at the Kennedy Center Honors when she participated in an all-star tribute to Buddy Guy. On the road promoting her newest recording, Better Than Home, Hart will appear September 22 at The Neptune. Tickets, priced at $35, are available now at Tickets.com.

Yes, it's really true. Amy Schumer is opening three dates on Madonna's forthcoming 'Rebel Heart Tour.' The famed comedian, known for her hilarious sketches like 'The Last F**able Day' and 'Babies & Bustiers,' and a genius parody of 12 Angry Men, will warm up audiences for The Material Girl in New York City when the massive tour lands there for three nights on September 16, 17 and 19. The first two shows are in the Big Apple, while the third concert takes place in Brooklyn. The 'Rebel Heart Tour' swings by the Northwest on October 17 at Portland's Moda Center.

Get well wishes go out to Dave Grohl, who broke his leg while running around the stage during 'Monkey Wrench' in Gothenburg, Sweden recently, forcing the Foo Fighters to cancel the remaining dates on their tour. The former Seattleite sent a witty statement out to fans apologizing for the accident, saying he was 'recovering with 6 metal screws in my leg.'

Finally, if you have tickets for Duran Duran's September 23 concert at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, you're likely to hear fresh material, as the British band is set to release Paper Gods, a new album, just a few days before on September 18.

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