Ron Jeremy can now add “Ron de Jeremy” spiced rum to his already monstrous list of achievements. The adult film star appeared at Linda’s Tavern in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood last night in promotion of his new product, and was happy to make his way around the bar, posing with eager fans.
On April 15, iconic punk band Bad Religion performed a stellar concert at Seattle’s Showbox SoDo. California-based hardcore punk band The Bronx (also of Mariachi El Bronx fame) opened the show, with lead singer Matt Caughthran ever the performer. Check out a few photos from the show below, with the full set up on Flickr.
If Tuesday night could ever make you want to yell, “TGIF,” that night was last night. Rocking the Paramount Theater in Seattle were a trifecta of three stellar pop bands: Icona Pop, Matt and Kim, and Passion Pit. The night kicked off with Swedish pop duo Icona Pop, perhaps best known right now for their smash single “I Love It,” which is making waves on the radio and as the theme song for the Jersey Shore spinoff “Snookie and JWOWW” (don’t ask me why I know that). Next up was another pop rock dynamic duo, Matt and Kim, arguably one of the best bands ever to shoot. Who knows the secret to their infectious energy, but whatever it is, it makes it impossible not to leave the show without a giant grin on your face. Headlining the evening was another Seattle band favorite, Passion Pit. Check out photos from the show below, along with a snippet that got picked up in Rolling Stone.
Capitol Hill Seattle’s newest nighttime hotspot Q Nightclub made its grand debut this summer, to the great excitement of Seattle’s party community. The former warehouse space on Broadway was transformed over the course of months to become Seattle’s newest electronic dance music (EDM) club catering to party people of all sexual orientations, although most nights you’ll see some of the Hill’s most famous drag queens sashaying through the club’s modern interiors. Take a peek at the inside of Q Nightclub in the photos below, as well as the official published gallery on Eater Seattle. Q is co-owned by Scott Smith and was designed by BCJ Architecture.