Seattle Office of Film + Music


REMINDER: FIRST SEATTLE-HOSTED BENEFIT FOR DREW GROW IS THIS SATURDAY

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The first of three Seattle concerts to benefit Drew Grow, the frontman of Northwest band Drew Grow & The Pastors Wives who sustained serious injuries in a car accident last month, is 8:00 pm this Saturday, February 19, at Columbia City Theater. This weekend’s show will feature performances from a bevy of local acts including The Maldives, Kevin Murphy of Moondoggies, Mychel Benjamin Goodweather of Campfire OK, Bryan John Appleby and more—all of whom have come together to raise funds to support The Pastors’ Wives and Drew while he makes his recovery. In addition, an online donation fund in Drew’s name has been established to help cover medical bills, lost wages and replacing the Pastors’ Wives’ tour van, which was totaled in the accident. For information on tickets for the benefit shows or to donate to the online fund, be sure to check out the above links.

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MISSED DOE BAY? CHECK OUT SOUND ON THE SOUND’S SESSIONS

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Evidently, Doe Bay was incredible this year. The Head and the Heart, The Maldives and tons of other local acts brought their A game to the beautiful event. If you missed the weekend festival (or just want to re-live it in all its glory), Sound on the Sound has been creating ten Doe Bay Take Away Sessions for your viewing pleasure. So far, they are available for Fences, The Head and the Heart, Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives and The Maldives. Follow the link above to check them out, and keep an eye out for the upcoming sessions.

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