Live Around Town This Week

photo by Caitlin Mirete

We’ve got a sweet list of shows this week, just in time for Valentine’s Day. First, Gary Clark Jr. brings his smooth Austin sounds to a sold-out Crocodile tonight. On Tuesday, you can take your valentine to a great show at Neptune Theatre with Dr. Dog. On Thursday, the highly anticipated (and sold out!) Little Big Show is at the Neptune with local favorites Pickwick and Fly Moon Royalty, and the Constant Lovers are at Comet Tavern with guests Blood Orange Paradise, Baltic Cousins, and Confetti Kids. The weekend has a ton of great show selections to choose from. Starting with Friday night, Polica is at the Vera Project, Cursive, Ume, and Virgin Islands are at Neumos, Damien Jurado, Gold Leaves, and Bryan John Appleby are at Neptune Theatre, and The Coup is at the Crocodile. Saturday has some great choices, with The Bombay Bicycle Club and The Darcys at Crocodile, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Vacationer, and Hotels at Neumos, THEESatisfaction at Town Hall, and Seattle Rock Orchestra performing the songs of Muse and featuring tons of great guests at Moore Theatre. On Sunday, The Budos Band are at Neumos, and The Fresh And Onlys are at Chop Suey with Disappears and Black Whales. Here’s the schedule of recommended shows for this week:

Monday, February 13, 2012

Gary Clark Jr., White Dress feat. Arum Rae at Crocodile (info)


Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Dr. Dog at Neptune Theatre (info)


Thursday, February 16, 2012

Little Big Show feat. Pickwick, Fly Moon Royalty [Sold Out!] at Neptune Theatre (info)

Constant Lovers, Blood Orange Paradise, Baltic Cousins, Confetti Kids at Comet Tavern (info)


Friday, February 17, 2012

Buck 65, Metal Chocolates, Sadistik at Tractor (info)

Polica at Vera Project (info)

Open Mike Eagle, The MC Type, Sarx, Graves 33, Three Ninjas at Nectar (info)

Cursive, Ume, Virgin Islands at Neumo’s (info)

Damien Jurado, Gold Leaves, Bryan John Appleby at Neptune Theatre (info)

The Coup, Theoretics, DJ Funkscribe at Crocodile (info)


Saturday, February 18, 2012

The Bombay Bicycle Club, The Darcys, Lucy Rose at Crocodile (info)

VertFest: feat. Head Like A Kite, Daydream Vacation at Alpental The Summit At Snoqualmie (info)

The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Vacationer, Hotels at Neumo’s (info)

THEESatisfaction at Town Hall (info)

Seattle Rock Orchestra performs Muse feat. Andrew Joslyn, Zach Davidson (of Vendetta Red). Chris Cunningham (of Ravenna Wood), Leslie Wood (of Redwood Plan), Cristina Bautisa, and more! at Moore Theatre (info)


Sunday, February 19, 2012

The Fresh And Onlys, Disappears, Black Whales at Chop Suey (info)

The Budos Band at Neumo’s (info)

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