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John Hiatt's legacy reaches far and wide across the Great American Songwriter's landscape. The Indiana native has long been respected as one of the most respected and gifted songwriters of our time, yet his tendency to shy away from celebrity means his music has often flown under the radar, enjoying a steady cult following instead.
October 22, 2021
Get ready for some sublime stand-up with comedian and podcaster Tim Dillon as he takes his schtick on the road this summer! One of the funniest rising comedy stars, join Dillon for his take on life, culture, and the industry, live. Host of his own Podcast, The Tim Dillon Show, you may also recognize him from his appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience!
October 24, 2021
Once a tiara-toting pageant queen who won 1963's Miss North Carolina and, unsurprisingly, Miss Congeniality in the Miss America competition, Jeanne Robertson reinvented herself as a humorist and professional orator. Drawing on her own life experiences, Robertson keeps audiences in stitches with tales ranging from her beauty days to the trials of getting older.
November 4, 2021
Considered the forerunners of the Tejano and Norteno music genres, Intocable (Spanish for Untouchable) found its roots in Zapata, Texas in the early 90s. Started by dynamic duo Ricky Munoz and Rene Martinez, the band became a platform for their expertly fused pop melodies, traditional folk rhythms, romantic balladry and a rock and roll swagger.
November 13, 2021
From the depths of Scotland comes Daniel Sloss, a star in the making if there ever was one. As one of the world's youngest comedian stars Sloss performed his first solo West End run at the age of 16. At 31, Sloss has achieved two Netflix specials and four solo off-Broadway runs and now he heads out on his new show, Daniel Sloss: Hubris.
1932 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98107
Moore Theatre is located in Seattle Washington, and is a 1,419-seat performing arts venue. It is managed by the Seattle Theatre Group, and is the oldest active theater in Seattle. The Moore holds a variety of different events, from theatrical shows to musical concerts and lectures. In 1974, the Moore Theatre and the connecting hotel was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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