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Friday, March 23, 2007

Lobo Saloon to Close

posted by on March 23 at 14:49 PM

We just received word that the Eastlake hangout Lobo Saloon is set to close on the last day of March. They will be having a show:

Saturday, March 31
BAD GHOST
DATELESS
GREENRIVER THRILLERS
very special guest
9:00pm
$5

It’s too bad—the Lobo was recently remaking itself into a hub for the noise scene in this city. More details will be reported as we receive them.

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DAMN another one... Can someone open another rock club please? Much respect to Railroad Pete and the staff of the Lobo for the years of killer shows.shit

Posted by kwab | March 23, 2007 3:33 PM
2

This is why I keep the Blue Moon churning as much as I can. Unfortunately, I only have two days a week (sometimes three) and suddenly I have more bands than I know what to do with.

Railroad Pete and his crew spin records down here at the Moon every Tuesday night starting at 8.

JJ

Posted by Jason Josephes | March 23, 2007 4:12 PM
3

There's a noise show/potluck at the Lobo on Sunday at 8pm. Skallgrim, 100 Pieces, NvC, and L.A.M.P. Dig it.

Posted by levide | March 23, 2007 4:23 PM
4

The one time I happened to stop by the Lobo I bought ONE drink, $5, right, and it was the BEST POUR EVER. It was beautiful...a perfect Jim Beam, neat, like I'd pour it at home.

Posted by nipper | March 23, 2007 4:28 PM
5

Bummer! I'm heading there tonight to see A Gun That Shoots Knives!

Posted by Faux Show | March 23, 2007 4:47 PM
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Ah. I'd noticed the For Sale sign up on that bldg, so indeed feared the day would come. RIP Lobo! I've played and attended many a dirty, dirty punk rock show there over the years. And as a poster states above, they pour 'em strong at the Lobo...respect! Let's hope someone jumps in to fill the void for this type o' classic Seattle joint: I'm talking Gibson's, Lake Union Pub, from back in the day, etc...
Ciao,
Chris

Posted by Chris Mess | March 24, 2007 7:24 PM

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