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September 4, 2012

The Best Seattle Concerts This Week [September 4]

Bumbershoot wears some people out. But for others, like us, it reinvigorates us for the autumn tour season – and this season has no shortage of great upcoming shows. So if you are one of those people who needs more music after three straight days of live tunes, below are our top recommendations for this week.

9/5 (Wednesday) – PonyHomie @ The Crocodile
Dark synth-pop from a trio of Seattleites wearing bandannas.

9/5 (Wednesday) – Beirut @ The Moore Theatre
European-influenced orchestral pop from a modern-day musical genius.

9/6 (Thursday) – Sloan @ Tractor Tavern
Canadian alt-rock ledgends with more than two decades of touring under their belts.

9/9 (Sunday) – The Tallest Man on Earth @ The Moore Theatre
Some of the best Americana-folk tunes you’ll ever hear from a Swede.

January 18, 2011

Unexpectedly Aging Like a Fine Wine, Guster Brings Their 20-Year-Old Act to The Moore Tonight

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Guster has come a long way since their freshmen year founding at Tufts University in 1991. Since their early days producing acoustic sing-alongs with off-key vocals and instrumentation sure to delight the jam band-adoring masses, the trio turned quartet has embraced their love of 60’s harmonies with drastically improved vocals and polished arrangements. 

The band has grown from an acoustic trio exclusively adored by Phish and DMB fans to a group who produce some of the most compelling, intelligently written songs heard on mainstream radio rock today.

Head to The Moore tonight to hear the best from the band’s catalogue with at least a few from their latest October 2010 release Easy Wonderful.

1/18 at The Moore: Guster, Good Old War – 7:30pm – $27

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