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January 12, 2011

Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground at Neumos Tonight

Borrowing more than a few pages from the Lonely Hearts Club Band playbook, Seattle’s Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground combine clever lyrics, bright horns and folk rock instrumentation in ways that would make Sgt. Pepper proud.

The band, which has been around for years and whose members are or were in pretty much every other Seattle band in existence, will headline Neumos tonight.

1/12 at Neumos: Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground, Ravenna Woods, Exohxo, Let’s Get Lost :: Doors at 7 pm :: $8 at the Door :: 21+

January 12, 2011

Who We Are

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Karalee Sargent is a Seattle native who fell in love with the local live music scene after seeing Reggie & The Full Effect and Alkaline Trio play at The Showbox in 2003. She has marketing experience with the Sony BMG Music Group and the Universal Music Group, served as an amateur audio engineer and has been a freelance contributor for local and national music publications since 2007. Aside from the Seattle music scene, Karalee enjoys red wine, traveling, cooking and watching an embarrassing amount of funny animal videos online.

Hailing from the other Washington, Matt Whiting spent his formative years learning about and playing music in venues across D.C., Virginia and Maryland. After hanging up his own musical aspirations in the early 2000s, Matt turned his energy to concert-going. (The fact that he lived just a few blocks from Dave Grohl’s Black Cat certainly didn’t hurt.) After getting solicited advice on the benefits of Seattle versus San Francisco living from Thurston Moore, Matt followed his heart, and Thurston’s advice, and moved out to Seattle in 2008. While he doesn’t keep up the five-shows-a-week pace set just after his Seattle debut, you can still find Matt at many of the city’s venues and festivals throughout the year. (Head over to Seattlest to read a majority of his others posts from the past two years.)

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