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Friday, August 8th, 2008
6:42 pm
Si se puede! Please assist local support in the National Democratic Convention:

Talib Kweli's open letter on Barack Obama: http://rap.about.com/od/articles/a/KwelionObama08.htm

[note: there is NO affiliation between these two links, me, or the content of each.]
Thursday, May 1st, 2008
11:53 am
MTV looking for teens in WA!
Hey there! My name is Lauren and I'm a Casting Assistant for MTV News & Docs. Currently, I am looking for teens in WA who would like to be part of a new reality show.  Details are below:

Are you a teen between the ages of 14-19 who is dealing with some sort of issue? Anything from peer pressure, self esteem, bullies, relationships, cliques, etc. is of interest! If so, we'd love to set you up with a celebrity mentor who'll work with you to build confidence and overcome your problem. We're looking for candidates primarily on the West Coast (CA, OR, WA, NV, AZ) for right now. If you think you'd be a good match for this show, send us an email at HelpMe@MTVstaff.com !

A link to the official casting call is here: http://www.mtv.com/ontv/castingcall/index.jhtml?castingId=1585397 
Friday, September 15th, 2006
2:17 pm
The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is looking for volunteers to usher, staff the merchandise and will call table, help with setting up and breaking down events, serve food and drinks and more. Volunteers have a great time at the festival, meet new people, and earn coupons to see films for free.

The festival this year is Friday, October 13-Sunday, October 22nd. For more information about the festival visit www.seattlequeerfilm.com and to volunteer send an email to: volunteer@seattlequeerfilm.com.
Wednesday, July 19th, 2006
5:05 pm
August 5th
August 5th!! At The Old Firehouse

The Primacy Effect
Adagio Forecast

Doors at 7:45, starts at 8:00
cost: $6

The Old Redmond Firehouse
16510 NE 79TH ST
Redmond, Wa 98052
Thursday, June 29th, 2006
5:57 pm
(featuring Raymond Watts and Guenter Schulz, ex-KMFDM)
Mindless Faith 
Digital Mindy
with Endless Grey

July 9, 2006 7:30pm
Studio Seven
110 South Horton
Seattle, WA 98101
Advance tickets: 1-800-992-TIXX

The tour will also be in PORTLAND July 10. Portland info here.

More info at:
***Slick cynical lyrics delivered with growling vocals on top of a razor and nail mattress of driving guitars, heavy synths, and aggressive beats to create this industrial-rock accomplishment that no fan of KMFDM, Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Fear Factory, or Static-X should be without.***
Thursday, June 15th, 2006
4:16 pm
Thursday, June 8th, 2006
5:23 pm
Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
5:16 pm
Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
Thursday, June 1st, 2006
5:37 pm
Wednesday, January 25th, 2006
5:37 pm
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005
6:03 pm
Friday September 30th - Old Fire House benefit show w/

* CULLING THE WEAK (http://www.myspace.com/cullingtheweak)
* FETUS JOE (http://www.myspace.com/fetusjoe)
* MISSING FINGERS (http://www.myspace.com/missingfingers)
* BOONDOGGLE (http://www.myspace.com/boondoggle)

All Ages - $6 - 7:45
@ the Old Fire House Teen Center
16510 NE 79th St
Redmond, Wa 98052
(425) 556-2370
Friday, September 23rd, 2005
4:55 pm
Student and Youth Activist Conference
Several local organizations, including clubs from Seattle University and Seattle Central Community College, Action Northwest, USAS (United Students Against Sweatshops) and SEAC (Student Environmental Action Coalition) are organizing a Student and Youth Activist Conference the weekend of January 20-22 on the Seattle University campus.

We are in need of two things: One: We would like a band to play a short concert as an event for the conference. Is anyone here in a band, or have contacts with a band, that would be interested in playing?

Two: We need educated people willing to be speakers and panalists. Having a degree in or being associated with a group that deals with the topic on which you would like to speak is manditory. The conference is focused on "environmentalism and social justice", which basically covers anything activist-related.

If you are able and willing to help, either in these two ways or just as an interested citizen willing to advertise (we are also in need of "contacts" from other schools, such as UW, PLU, and SPU), please email warway24@gmail.com
Tuesday, September 20th, 2005
10:33 am
Friday September 23
$6 8pm

Kane Hodder,
Ruby Doe,
Big Business,

Headlining at the OFH this Friday September 23rd is Kane Hodder. Moving lyrics mixed with and old rock beat, intense vocals, and indie appeal this show will most definitely be enjoyed by everyone! Prior to Kane Hodder is The Ruby Doe. This math punk based band has gut punch lyrics and an edgy indie-punk vibe that will keep you enjoying this show until the bitter end. Prior is rock band Big Business who you will be sure to love! And starting your night at the OFH is Murdock with awesome guitar licks and wailing vocals you won’t be disappointed.

16510 NE 79th St
Redmond, Wa
(425) 556-2370
Thursday, September 15th, 2005
10:30 am
Friday September 16th
8pm $6 @ door

The Georgetown Orbits,
The Pulverts,
The Johnbenders
…and more…

Headlining at the Old Fire house this Friday is the post-hardcore band The Johnbenders. Their emotional lyrics mixed with their intense vocals and instrumentals you will be sure to leave the show loving this band. Playing second is The Pulverts, their mix of ska and reggae is original and fun. With fun punkish beats and lyrics you will finish this set dripping in sweat, because with a band like this you can’t help but dance. And to start your night at the OFH The Georgetown Orbits will play. This punk/ska/reggae band is awesome and super fun. This isn’t a show to miss so be sure you come and support the Seattle music scene!!!


16510 NE 79th St
Redmond, Wa 98052
(425) 556-2370
Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
6:36 pm
OFH's 13th Anniversary.

The OFH Teen Center
8pm .... 6$

Friday September 2nd is the 13th anniversary so everyone should come out and support. These Arms are Snakes will be headlining performing an unforgettable show with a combination of dark guitar licks and grimacing vocals you will not be disappointed! Mikaela’s Fiend plays prior and is an awesome band. The Assailant is before and will keep you on your knees begging for more. To start your night at the OFH Der Trasch will play their dancy punk songs most definitely be setting you up for one of the best shows you
have EVER seen!!! COME AND CELEBRATE!!!!!!

16510 NE 79th St
Redmond, Wa 98052
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005
6:53 pm
Friday august 12th
Free Verse
Ld and the prettypretties
Via Verona

Think you're a scene kid? Well, there's always the scene of tommorow
in the youth of today! How do you think the Blood Brothers started,
without once being a child and having a dream? Support your local
scene by coming to the OFH on August 12th. Headlining the show will be
Free Verse, a Neo-Punk Seattle based band that delivers in all your
hardcore needs. Smack dab in the MiddleXcorE is LD and the
PrettyPretties, an Indie band that is also pretty! And, starting off
the night will be Via Verona, unique yet familiar in the songs they
play, and not a bad stage presence either. Doors at 7:45 p.m. show at
8 p.m. 6 dollars at the door, all proceeds go to Rock School.

always all ages
the old fire house
16510 NE 79th St.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005
8:03 pm
Four Alarm august 10th
4 alarm august 10th!!!!!!!!!!!

4 ALARM!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wednesday August 10th

The Old Fire House Teen Center
Food @ 6:30 show starts at 7

$ FREE $

Headlining are former members of the Black Cat Orchestra, originally formed in Seattle in 1991 will be here to play their rad multi-instrumental tunes. Their songs incorporate styles of Eastern European, Latin American and Asian music. Second on the list is Serene Peterson performs her songs as Your Heart Breaks, sometimes alone and sometimes accompanied by friends. Her subject matter ranges from heartbreak to dumpster diving, and she was described as the Woodie Guthrie of her day by Karl Blau. To start this epic night, local singer/songwriters David Frank and Ben Leichman, known collectively as Ghost, kick off the show. They’ve been playing a string of local shows and exhibit great musical capabilities at a surprisingly young age. This 4 Alarm is not one to miss, so be sure to come and check it out.

The Old Firehouse Teen Center
16510 NE 79th St
Redmond, WA
Always All Ages
Thursday, July 21st, 2005
4:35 pm
Show Friday July 29th
Friday July 29th
@ The Old Fire House Teen Center
$6, Doors at 7:45, ALL AGES!

* Damien Jurado
* Palisades
* Sound Stories

Having a stressful week? Need to cool off and relax? Come down to the
OFH on July 29th for a nice, relaxing bill. Headlining the night will
be Damien Jurado, who calls Sub Pop home. He is a Neo-Folk veteran,
paving the way for other hopefuls on this less traveled path of music.
Landing right in the middle is Palisades, with their light, heart felt
music and awesome stage presence, they keep right on track with the
nights laid back atmosphere. To kick things off is Sound Stories.
Living up to their name, they tell captivating tales through their
music, which is just as captivating. Doors at 7:45, music at 8 p.m. 6
bux at the door.

The Old Fire House Teen Center
16510 79th St NE
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 556-2370
Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
1:46 pm
They Might Be Giants show?
Hi to all Seattle Music Fans!

Our arts group, Northwest Programs for the Arts, planned on having the Giants play the 10th Annual Seattle Music Fest at Alki Beach on Friday, Aug. 12th. Long story short, sponsor dollars fell through and we will not be holding the festival at the beach this year (barring someone calling us with miracle dollars today…anyone?).

So, here's the question:

If we scaled the festival to a one-day mini-Fest at the Moore Theatre and had TMBG play the Moore (with a few local band openers), how many of you would be interested?

Tickets would be around $25 with proceeds benefiting Northwest arts programs and helping us bail things out.

There are about 1400 seats at the Moore and we'd have to sell most of them to break even.

***Would you attend? Would you help us get the word out? Can we fill the Moore?***

Please post level of interest here and also e-mail us at tmbg –AT- northwestarts.org.

More info on the Seattle Music Fest (as it was to be) is at http://www.seattlemusicfest.org. More info on how NPA supports artists and brings arts to the community is at http://www.northwestarts.org.

Thanks to all of you for supporting music and those working hard to create it!
Sunday, July 17th, 2005
11:08 am
4 Alarm wednesday @ the OFH
Wednesday July 20th
@ The Old Fire House Teen Center
6pm, FREE

* Mt Eerie
* Thanksgiving
* Karl Blau

The July 20th Four Alarm show exhibits the talents of Karl Blau, Thanksgiving and Mt Eerie (formerly The Microphones). Hailing from Anacortes, Washington, Karl Blau has performed solo as well as collaborating with many other groups and performers such as D+ and the Microphones. His music has a northwest watery vibe and is totally sick, trust me. Thanksgiving, AKA Adrian Orange, of Portland has recorded several albums at only 19 years of age. He performs with a spontaneous and free-form vibe that crowds can always get into. Last, Mt. Eerie, AKA Phil Elverum, plays rad songs full of metaphors and cool stuff for people to think about. He has just released a full length entitled No Flashlight. Everyone should definitely make an effort to come out and see this FREE Four Alarm show! Free food at 6pm, show at 6:30!

The Old Fire House Teen Center
16510 79th St NE
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 556-2370
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