You had no idea "Evenflow" was filmed at the Moore???????????? That's like the NME guy telling Morrissey he knew nothing about David Bowie!
Loved it; great Stranger Suggests.
The different entrance for colored people to get up to the second balcony which used to be bleacher seats was interesting...and the view from up there was really cool (and so close to the huge dome at the top)
Not to mention being able to go under the stage and see some of the old dressing/green rooms.
Oh and the free booze also made it pretty perfect.
I saw GWAR there once. How's that for juxtaposition?
Also My Bloody Valentine, one of the loudest shows I've ever seen, I saw there.
It was a fun evening.
Wow, that girl in the middle photo looks hungry. I it looks like that dude discovered something is not quite right about that scale model.
Beautiful job STG! You really did The Moore proud! May she live on for another 100!!
p.s. GaySeattle dude: The girl is cutting the cake, the guy is serving it.
Indeed a fun time. I wanted to see the pool in the basement, I was told that it is now the stage shop. Missed the greenrooms though, that would have been cool.
Man, STG knows how to throw a party!! The whole night was killer and free. That was not an adhoc band - that was some of Seattle's biggest rockstars mixed w/ musicians who are on the STG staff. (Speaking of staff, have you seen who they've hired lately? Kate Becker and Adam Zacks. The double powerhouse! Look out Seattle) And I agree, the Moore is the best room in the city - especially for rock and hip hop shows. And the Moore looked better than i've ever seen it last night. Awesome party!
I've seen a lot of great shows at the Moore over the years -- Dead Kennedys. Wu-Tang Clan, Nirvana, White Stripes, to name a few -- and agree that it is a beautiful spot.
That said, the sound needs a serious overhaul, the seats in the balcony are terrifically uncomfortable, and the bathrooms suck. The bar downstairs needs help, too.
Agreed with @8: Adam and Kate will do a fantastic job with the room. I hope STG ponies up some dough to improve the experience. Shabby grandeur is lovely but it better fucking sound good if it's a live venue.
Yes, the Moore does need to be renovated, but those are pretty harsh words for the not for profit that manages - doesn't own the place. As for the bathroom's if you would of showed up last night you would of seen some NEW bathrooms in the balcony.
Awesome COMMUNITY event, haven't seen something like that in a long while.
I'm really disappointed that I didn't go!
Kate + Adam = Ace + Ace
The queen of the all ages scene + the king of booking. Quite a pair i'd say.
How did STG get dealt such a lucky hand?
Even with its 100 year history, what always comes to mind when someone mentions the Moore is the PJ video shot there.
My girlfriend and I are really into the arts, but mostly the stuff at the Paramount and the Fifth Avenue. The Moore has always been to "out there" for us. I mean, that whole show seemed to be about saggy-boobed hippies doing the cha-cha or something.
It would be great if Microsoft or Boeing or somebody cool would take it over and make it a really radical performance space: You know, Wi-fi access, and a microbrew pub, and great shows like "Rent" and "Stomp".
And make the building into condos. That would be cool. We have a condo on Capitol Hill already, but there's so many gay people there that we might want to move downtown - although I don't know what is worse - gay guys or homeless.
@ 3 - I was at that My Bloody Valentine show as well!
Moore at 100? Wow. Well, congrats Michael! I didn't think you'd make it with all that extra weight.
Now that the Moore is 100, it is about time to install new balcony seats and do something about the cold, musty draft (summer and winter) on the second level too. Where do we send our tax-deductible donations?
I'm bummed I missed most of it...had a GREAT time, though, for what I was able to make. so when's the "house band" going on tour!! You guys sounded GREAT! That cake was pretty imresspive, too. (not to mention a pain to cut ;0)
Cheers to 100 years, here's to 100 moore!
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