Monday, April 9, 2012

Seattle Gay News heads to Radiohead show tonight, review this Friday

Seattle Gay News will be in attendance for tonight's sold out Radiohead concert at Key Arena, the group's only Northwest appearance on this tour.

The three-time Grammy winners have pioneered the alternative rock scene for over two decades with such classic albums as OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac and last year's The King of Limbs. Their international hit singles include "Creep", "Karma Police", "Airbag", "I Might Be Wrong", "Jigsaw Falling Into Place" and "Lotus Flower".

Lead singer Thom Yorke has also been successful as a solo artist, earning widespread acclaim and a Grammy nomination for 2006's The Eraser, which contained the mesmerizing track "Analyse".

Look for a review of Radiohead's performance in Friday's issue (April 13) of the Seattle Gay News. And, if traveling to Key Arena tonight avoid tragic congestion by taking the monorail from downtown to Seattle Center ($5.00 round-trip).

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