Texas

Blink-182 Postpones Show Following Texas Shooting

Blink-182 has postponed their Sunday, August 4th concert following a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. The band took to Twitter with the announcement, saying that their show at the UTEP Don Haskins Center would be canceled for the time being “in solidarity with the community.” "Following today's...
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Blink-182 Bass Player on Lockdown at Hotel Near Texas Shooting

Bink-182 bass player Mark Hoppus tweeted on Saturday that he was on lockdown at a hotel while a shooting unfolded nearby in El Paso, Texas. The tweets came shortly after 18 people were shot at an area Walmart earlier in the afternoon, according to reports . There are multiple fatalities and three...
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Shuttle Independence outside Johnson Space Center

Nerd Talk Goes to NASA

I can’t say I have ever had much intention of going back to Texas - one trip as a kid was fine - but my pal Ed got stationed there for work for a year so we went to go cheer him up! Houston, an astronaut’s psychiatrists where they can safely report all their problems, is usually just a humid, butt...
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SXSW Day 2: Where's the coffee?

Greetings from Austin, Texas and the South By Southwest Music Festival, the epicenter of the music world for the next few days. Since I like music and you like muaic (and someone was dumb enough to give me all access passes to everything) I thought it would be cool to share my experience with you...
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Manley previews his trip to SXSW

It takes a lot to get me to leave Seattle these days. Afterall, with Taco Time, Uncle Ike’s, Sun Liquor and Lil Woody’s all right here, I’m pretty set. That said, a little sun would be nice. Plus the chance to see 500 bands while smashing killer BBQ was too good of an opportunity to pass up, so I’m...
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The End At The Heart Of Austin

The End is off to Texas next week for The Heart of Austin to beam back a ton of performances from bands like Bear Hands, Band of Skulls, & Wild Cub. We’ll cover the madness right here on The End's Live Music Blog, while you relax at your computer (pants optional).
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Locals Only Artist of the Month: Pickwick

Seattle has long been a frontier town that attracts musicians who want to invent and reinvent – from Jimi Hendrix to Kurt Cobain to the next unnamed musical star. While the sound may change from decade to decade, the Northwest’s music scene is as vibrant as ever. And here at The End we feel it’s...
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Locals Only Artist of the Month: My Goodness

Seattle has long been a frontier town that attracts musicians who want to invent and reinvent – from Jimi Hendrix to Kurt Cobain to the next unnamed musical star. While the sound may change from decade to decade, the Northwest’s music scene is as vibrant as ever. And here at The End we feel it’s...
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Snowden @ Barboza 2.28.13

Snowden flew out from Texas and New York to perform in front of a modest Seattle crowd at Barboza last night. I was introduced to the mastermind of the group Jordan Jeffares by a man from Bellingham that went to high school with him. I wasn't sure what to expect going in to the sh ow. Jordan's...
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Brent Amaker and the Rodeo: Day Two at the Capitol Hill Block Party

What the heck was that?!? After watching Brent Amaker and the Rodeo inside Neumos a few minutes ago I'm not entirely sure I wasn't dreaming with Bonanza, Kung Fu and the Lone Ranger (yeah I'm old) reruns playing on my TV creating some sort of a psuedo Asian/Country Western reality. I'm not entirely...
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