THE SEATTLE ROCK ORCHESTRA PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE 1970S GLAM YEARS OF DAVID BOWIE

Seattle Metropolitan Magazine

In homage to his most prolific decade, the Seattle Rock Orchestra will perform 15 songs from Bowie’s early ‘70s albums at the Moore Theatre tonight, Friday, March 26. Vocalists for the evening include Jon Auer (formerly of the Posies), David Terry (Aqueduct) and Nouela Johnston (People Eating People). At the helm of this event is bassist Scott Teske, director of the SRO—an all-volunteer group of local musicians who lend back-up accompaniment to local and touring acts. And after a successful sold-out show at Fremont Abbey last November, where they covered Arcade Fire’s debut album Funeral in its entirety, Teske realized they could moonlight as a tribute band. The show starts at 8:00 pm. For more information, follow the above link.

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