Best of Seattle Live Music [Week of 1/28]

Quite a variety this week. From a solo set from a favorite former Seattleite to relative newcomers to legends from Seattle and beyond, this week has something for fans of many styles and many geographies. As always, check out our calendar for a longer look at what has caught our eyes.

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1/29 (Tuesday) – Father John Misty @ Neptune Theatre

The lauded, swagger-filled (post Fleet Foxes) alter-ego of Josh Tillman of Foxes and J. Tillman (solo) fame returns to the U District as a headliner two days after his pre-The Walkmen set

2/1 (Friday) – Brite Lines w/ Pocket Panda @ Columbia City Theater

Poppy, self-described “electic, Electro-Americana” purveyors Brite Lines play with fellow fans of lushly orchestrated folk-tinged melodies (and fellow Seattleites) Pocket Panda

2/1 (Friday) and 2/2 (Saturday) – Ken Stringfellow w/ The Maldives @ The Tractor

Local power pop legend of The Posies and Big Star fame (among many others), Ken Stringfellow plays two highly anticipated nights trading headlining duties with The Maldives

1/31 (Thursday) – 2/3 (Sunday) – Dr. John and His All-New Band @ Jazz Alley

New Orleans’ iconic growl-voiced pianist brings his eclectic blend of blues, soul, rock, pop and jazz to the Emerald City with some of the finest side-players around today

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