Easy Street Seattle Mudhoney Live In Store Monday April 1 8PM
Concert at Easy Street in Seattle, a few hours after we arrived in Seattle.
After seeing Steve Turner look vinyl bins of Easy Street Store, brief encounter on the sidewalk with Dan Peters who gave me a cap of Nirvana. I was happy as hell.
A few minutes after we welcome Mark and Guy (I’m Guy, he told me in French;) ). We talk a bit, saying that we have France for the holidays and we are happy to see the show Mudhoney barely get to Seattle for 4 hours.
Then we take the time to take one or two beers, because the show starts at 8PM.
Free show, but to get to the hall of Easy Street, you have to buy the latest album Mudhoney “Vanishing Point”. It’s hot, the weather is nice, what up!
An amazing show, the band is hot and very cooooool!!!
At the end of the show, Mudhoney talking with people and each member signing autographs on their new album. Unforgettable for us great moments for our stay in Seattle.
4/1/13 Easy Street Records. Seattle, WA (55 min)
Set: Slipping Away, I Like it Small, What to do with the Neutral, Chardonnay, The Final Course, In this Rubber Tomb, I Don’t Remember You, The Widow from Nain, Song of Joy, Douchebags on Parade
Encore: Touch Me I’m Sick, Sweet Young Thing, The Money Will Roll…, Fix Me
Notes: They do a free performance at Easy Street Records on the occasion of releasing their new album, like they did on 9/27/98 for Tomorrow Hit Today, 3/7/06 for Under a Billion Suns, and 5/20/08 for The Lucky Ones and Superfuzz Bigmuff: Deluxe Edition. After the performance, they sign copies of the record. There were free posters designed by Ed Fotheringham (album art for Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, Piece of Cake, My Brother the Cow, and The Lucky Ones) for people who bought the record. They play Vanishing Point in full, then encore with the first single and two covers. It’s so crowded that it makes Neumo’s feel spacious – the audience even spills out into the street and watches through the windows. Present are Tom Price and Mark Pickerel.