Raphael Saadiq's show has been move from Showbox SoDo to Showbox at the Market on Monday, November 16.
It's a new week, and a new batch a stories on that other part of our site where we put our print articles. Here's what we've got for you this time around:
Red, Red Fine: Sara Brickner sits down with Seattle's Blood Red Dancers and enters the band's inner circle: "Yeah, that's the Blood Red Dancers' idea of a fun night: Us sitting around in the dark in Kevin's apartment drinking and watching this horrible movie of all these sea turtles dying from radiation on this Bikini Island."
Q&A: Kenny G: "The term is smooth jazz. Do I label myself as a smooth jazz musician? Of course not. I'm a sax player that's trying to become a better sax player.
KISS Off: Hannah Levin expounds upon why she a metalhead like herself has no interest in KISS. Drew Church drives the point home: "So many bands of that era were so much better. KISS was the 'N Sync of metal."
He Said, She Said: Friday Mile opens up to Paige Richmond about fights, solo records, and why "A good song is always a good song, not matter what sort of jacket you put on it."
Rocket Queen: Levin goes long on "instru-metal" acts, and explains that Chicago's Russian Circles has released one of the best records of the genre this year.