Thursday, September 14, 2006

Joshua Radin to give free, special performance in Bellevue

Seattle Gay News is very pleased to announce a special performance by up and coming artist Joshua Radin next weekend at the Hilton Bellevue. See tomorrow's issue of our publication for specific day and time, in "The Music Lounge" column.

As part of radio station 103.7 "The Mountain"'s new "Sunday Brunch Session" in Bellevue, Radin will perform material from his debut album We Were Here, already earning a four-star review from Rolling Stone magazine.

Radin, who contributes two songs to The Last Kiss film soundtrack, has interviewed twice with the Seattle Gay News. And, he will join rock group Snow Patrol in doing something very special for us, so make sure you pick up a copy of this week's Seattle Gay News, hitting the streets tomorrow afternoon, for this announcement in "The Music Lounge".

There is no cost to see Joshua Radin at the Hilton Bellevue this weekend. Brunch will be available for purchase. Seattle Gay News is proud to continue its support of this truly gifted artist. Ear-sample Radin's music on his MySpace page:

Re-visit this blog site in the coming week for more information on this special event. We Were Here is available for purchase at all Easy Street and Sonic Boom record stores.

Photo of Joshua Radin, courtesy of Sony-BMG Records.

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