Recent activity

Oct 2   New review for Studio Seven.
4.0 out of 5 stars  Very important to consider WHO is actually booking the show. There are a lot of negative things about some of the typical shows at this venue that are put on…

Aug 9   'Ohana Restaurant & Sushi Bar was added .

Aug 9   Buckley's in Belltown was added .

Mar 18   New review for SUBSTATION.
5.0 out of 5 stars  Excellent room sound, plus was able to record our performance with the adjoining recording studio (Multi-tracked!).Everyone got drink tickets and our cut of the door (minus $75 soundman fee split…

Feb 14   New review for The Pink Door.
3.0 out of 5 stars  Haven't played there in a long time, but I remember liking the gig. Paid a guarantee, but they still expect you to bring in a crowd and if you get…

Feb 14   New review for Easy Monkey.
5.0 out of 5 stars  Owner seems solid. Pays a straight guarantee, doesn't put it on the bands to bring in a crowd which is how it should be. Played here with a blues band…

Feb 14   New review for The Triple Door.
5.0 out of 5 stars  Love this place! Played the Musicquarium several times - roomy stage, fair pay system of $200 guarantee plus 10%, which has gotten our quartet up to $100 per person when…

Feb 14   New review for Cafe Racer.
2.0 out of 5 stars  Bands make 10%, but you have to trust them to tell you what ten percent is. Made more in tips than from the payout. Bartender was a smug jerk. Probably…

Feb 14   New review for Owl N' Thistle Irish Pub.
1.0 out of 5 stars  Dishonest owners.

Feb 14   New review for The Rendezvous Restaurant and Lounge.
1.0 out of 5 stars  Pay to Play DUMP!!!!! Don't waste your time with this place. You can bring in a ton of friends who will drink up thousands in booze and still end up…

Apr 5   New review for 88 Keys.
5.0 out of 5 stars  the staff do the best they can to show each and every guest a good time, having amazing piano singers is one thing, but great food and drinks? of course…

Mar 17   New review for The Triple Door.
1.0 out of 5 stars  Incredibly disappointing experience trying to book "Seattle's Best Live Music Venue". Apparently they think that $150-$200 for a large band, for a 3-hour show, is acceptable for anyone with 'not-Macklemore'…

Apr 11   Studio Seven was added .

Venues in Seattle

  • Magnolia Village Pub

  • Mekong Village

    Genres: Jazz
  • Mollusk

    Genres: Jazz
  • Molly Maguire's

    Genres: Acoustic, Americana, Blues, Folk, Irish, Pop, Singer-Songwriter, Soft Rock
  • Murphy's Irish Pub

      3.0 out of 5 stars
    Genres: Irish, Folk
    Latest review: “Nice medium-sized room in sleepy Wallingford. Actual elevated stage, upright piano, PA on-stage (no sound guy). Has yet to establish itself as a regular music venue, so built-in draw is…”
  • Naked City Brewery

  • Nectar Lounge

      2.0 out of 5 stars
    Latest review: “Sound is hit or miss. The same person running the front of house sound has to walk 30 feet to make adjustments to the monitor mix. The staff seem a…”
  • Neumos

      3.5 out of 5 stars
    Genres: Indie Rock, Hip Hop, Punk Rock, DJ’s, Metal, Singer/Song Writers, Country
    Latest review: “Sound is not good for electronic/industrial bands. Also certain shows booked should always be specifically agreed upon band order and set times because this could change when you get there,…”
  • North City Bistro

    Genres: Jazz
  • Osteria la Spiga

    Genres: Jazz