The Posies will be shooting a video for ‘Conversations’ this Thursday (the 14th) in Seattle, and they are looking for extras. They will not be able to pay you, but a hot meal will be provided!
If you fit any of these descriptions (or know someone who does), e-mail a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Asian man and woman, both 40+ yrs old
– Hispanic man, 20-40 yrs old
– African American man, 40+ yrs old
– Two caucasian women 60 + yrs old
The Posies will play the Göteborgkalaset Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden, on August 9th. (thank you to Henrik for finding the date!) and Debaser in Stockholm on August 10th. In addition, a new promo picture can be seen here.
They will also play the Seattle Internation Film Festival, at MOHAI, on May 19th.
‘Every Kind Of Light’ can now be pre-ordered from Not Lame. From their site:
“We`ll be trying to set up something special for Not Lame folks, who preorder this with us. Details will be forthcoming! and Soundbites, as well.”
For updates on tour dates or the new album, join the mailing list by sending a blank e-mail to email@example.com
SUNSET TAVERN–Pattern 25 Showcase: Smoosh, Sushirobo, Robert Roth, Jon Auer, Graig Markel, $8
According to pollstar.com, Jon will be playing at the Showbox in Seattle with Cantona.
Tuesday, Nov 23 @ Neumo’s (Seattle)
Wednesday, Nov 24 @ Hell’s Kitchen (Tacoma)
Pearl Jam among bands to play at fundraising concert
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
No Vote Left Behind, a political action committee that aims to raise money for the Kerry-Edwards campaign, and others, has announced a Sept. 23-26 festival/fundraiser, in Seattle.
Pearl Jam, Queensryche, David Cross, Mudhoney, John Doe, Grant-Lee Phillips, Pansy Division Jon Auer (of the Posies), Kinski, El Vez and others will perform at the Crocodile, Showbox, Sunset Tavern, Tractor Tavern, Neumo’s, Graceland and the Comet Tavern, among others. The complete line-up, with specific times and dates, will be announced after Labor Day. Tickets go on sale Sept. 10.
No Vote Left Behind is a Seattle-based organization with roots in the Seattle music community. Because tickets are a political donation, federal regulations require buyers to be 18 years old and registered U.S. citizens.