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Artist Info - Fujiya & Miyagi

From their MySpace page:

Fujiya & Miyagi were formed by Steve Lewis and David Best and released their first album 'electro karaoke' in 2002 on Massive Advance Records. They were then augmented by Grunder and Mathew Avery for a couple of years and have now been whittled down to a three piece with Matthew Hainsby for the last two.

They are trying their best. they may or may not get a drummer.

Their new album Transparent Things is available now in the UK on Tirk Records and on DD&B Recordings in the USA. It will also be released in Japan on Rough Trade in February, and across Europe on Groenland Records on 16th March 2007.

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Official Fujiya & Miyagi Web Site
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Attempting to start some discussion here

What gigs have you been to recently? What gigs are you planning to attend in the future?

I haven't been to any recently because I have been sick most of the winter. I would like to go to:
-John Richards' birthday party at Neumo's on March 9th
-Badly Drawn Boy at Neumo's on March 26th
-Man Man at Neumo's on March 31st
-Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 at the Crocodile on April 6th
-Klaxons at the Crocodile on April 23rd

I am sure there are others but I haven't been keeping up with gigs lately.
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Artist information - Elana James

Just at the moment in 2004 when it seemed as though the trio she’d been playing with for eight years was about to break through, violinist and singer Elana James was thrown off course. The acclaimed Hot Club Of Cowtown was touring with Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan when Elana and her long-time musical partner and guitarist Whit Smith decided to split at tour’s end - and just like that, James was confronted with a startlingly indeterminate future.

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Non-Profit of the Month

The Fremont Abbey Arts Center
The Fremont Abbey Arts Center is a new non-profit arts space providing an ever growing variety of arts & cultural experiences for all ages.

Mar 3- KEXP's Audioasis Live at High Dive One Year Anniversary Show

KEXP, Seattle Sound Magazine, and Three Imaginary Girls present the One Year Anniversary of the Audioasis Live Remote Broadcast and Benefit Show at High Dive. The March Anniversary show will benefit The Fremont Abbey Arts Center. Major Funding for Audioasis comes from New Belgium Brewing Company.

Man Plus and Optimus Rhyme Live on KEXP Audioasis 6-9pm

Shorthand for Epic, Smoosh, Tim Seely, and Damien Jurado Showcase 9:30 pm – close
Age: 21+
Advanced tickets are $8 with a $10 suggested donation at the door.
All proceeds benefit The Fremont Abbey Arts Center.