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Seattle Weekly

First published in 1976, Seattle Weekly is a freely distributed newspaper in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Grand Funk Railroad: Train in Vain?

Report and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, August 2002

APRIL 26, 1996, the State Theatre, Detroit: Grand Funk Railroad are onstage together for the first time in two decades, accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award ...

The Clash, Joe Strummer: Up In Heaven: Joe Strummer, 1952-2002

Obituary by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, January 2003

Why should we assume people get worse [with age]? I think you should just get on with it. Look at Paul Newman. And the Sufis ...

Rank and File: Western Union: Rank And File

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, May 2003

A new archival set revisits Chip and Tony Kinman’s pioneering alt-country outfit Rank And File, as the brothers continue to expand their Cowboy Nation. ...

The Dream Syndicate, Steve Wynn: The Defiant One: Steve Wynn

Report and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, May 2003

After ushering in a double disc of Miracles with his last album, underground icon Steve Wynn explores his troubled soul on the new Static Transmission. ...

Spacemen 3: Medicine Show: The Spacemen 3 fill out another Perfect Prescription

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, June 2003

RUGBY, ENGLAND, SPRING ’87: Four scruffy twentysomethings are sprawled across secondhand bed mattresses arranged at asymmetrical angles on the floor of VHF Studios. The ...

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