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Women who rock take center stage in new EMP Museum exhibition

As the old saying goes, "You've come a long way baby." And that's certainly the case for women in popular music, who get their due in "Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power" the new EMP Museum exhibit.

Sasquatch! Music Festival doubles its size in 2014 with extra weekend

If you love music and camping at the Gorge, you'll have even more opportunities to do it in 2014.

Apple unveils music streaming service

Apple unveiled an Internet radio service called iTunes Radio on Monday and said the service will personalize listeners' music based on what they've listened to and what they've purchased on iTunes.

Brent Amaker and the Rodeo pushing limits of Western sound

If you've driven past Neumos on Capitol Hill lately, you can't help but notice the mural covering the entire building. It's just the latest eye-catcher from Seattle's most unconventional country infused outfit Brent Amaker and the Rodeo.

Interview: Macklemore's manager shares the secret to their success

Seattle's Macklemore and Ryan Lewis top the Billboard charts for another week with "Can't Hold Us." But what's the secret to their success? Their manager Zach Quillen offered some insights on Seattle Sounds.

Kenny Chesney practices with Seattle Seahawks

He's one of the hottest recording artists in the U.S. right now and he was in Renton on Friday.

Doe Bay Festival unveils another stellar lineup

Indie rock legends Built to Spill, Seattle hip-hop standouts Shabazz Palaces and former Posies and REM singer/guitarist Ken Stringfellow headline a stellar lineup for the 2013 Doe Bay Festival.

Why is Seattle so crazy about country?

We might be famous for grunge, rock or hip hop, but it turns out country music is far more popular in the Seattle area.

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