Feast, one of ’80s-era Seattle’s unheralded proto-grunge bands, reunited in 2011 and finally released their first album this past October. They’ll play tomorrow night (it’s the Feast before Thanksgiving—get it?) as part of the second-annual “retrospective” of long-gone Seattle rock club the Vogue. On Friday, Love Battery and Truly (featuring ex-members of the Screaming Trees and Soundgarden) play the fest.
Bid on a copy of Everybody Loves Our Town signed by Krist Novoselic, Duff McKagan and other Seattle scene luminaries
Bid on a hardcover copy of my book Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge signed by Krist Novoselic (Nirvana), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses, Loaded, the Fartz, etc.), Kurt Danielson (TAD), Jack Endino (producer; Skin Yard), Kurt Bloch (Fastbacks), Kim Warnick (Fastbacks), Marco Collins (radio DJ), Chris Ballew (Presidents of the USA), Jason Finn (Love Battery, Skin Yard, PUSA), Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows), Ben London (Alcohol Funnycar) and yours truly!
All proceeds go to the Susie Tennant Fund. Make sure to check out the other cool items being auctioned off to benefit Susie, Nirvana’s former Northwest promotion rep, who is fighting ovarian cancer.