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posted Friday, November 13, 2015 - Volume 43 Issue 46
THE MUSIC LOUNGE
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Ellie Goulding announces April concert at Key Arena, Maroon 5 next October

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

You're in luck, if you missed Ellie Goulding at Bumbershoot! But you'll have to wait until April. That's the bad news. The good news is that she'll perform indoors, unlike early September when she appeared to a big crowd gathered outside at Memorial Stadium. The British pop singer will perform April 2 at Key Arena, as part of her 'Delirium World Tour,' centering on the release of her new album of that name. Goulding will stop in 39 cities on the North American leg of the tour with an expected slate of European concerts not yet announced. 'Lights,' 'Outside,' Anything Can Happen,' and 'Love Me Like You Do' are some of the songs you'll probably hear when she comes to the Emerald City next spring. Opening for her will be London-based duo Years and Years. Tickets, priced between $35.00 and $50.50, are on sale now at axs.com; Delirium featuring 'On My Mind' and 'Something in the Way You Move' is available at all record stores.

Maroon 5 has announced a Seattle show almost a year in advance, landing its 'Fall 2016' tour at Key Arena on October 11. The Grammy-winning six-piece is launching their road outing in San Antonio on September 3 and will touch down in New Orleans, Charlotte, Baltimore, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Portland, and Oakland, to name a few cities. Unless the band intends to release a new album between now and then, they'll still be promoting 2014's V, featuring the global smash 'Animals.' Tickets for the Maroon 5 concert, which includes supporting acts Tove Lo and Phases, go on sale November 14 (10 a.m.) at LiveNation.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, or charge by phone 1-800-745-3000.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bonnie Raitt is coming to Seattle as well. The blues-pop artist will appear April 20 at the Paramount Theatre to promote a new album entitled Dig in Deep, which has no specific release date yet. Although the SoCal native has been recording music since 1971, it took 1989's Nick of Time album to earn the veteran musician a mainstream audience when it took home three Grammy Awards, including the coveted Album of the Year prize. Tickets for Bonnie Raitt are priced between $40.25 and $95.25. Opening the concert will be The California Honeydrops.

Other shows to announce are Brad Paisley at the Tacoma Dome (February 13), Vance Joy at the Paramount Theatre (February 24) Jennifer Nettles with Brandy Clark at Emerald Queen Casino (March 3), Judy Collins at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley (March 8 and 9), Patti Lupone at Edmonds Center for the Arts (April 21) and Mount Baker Theatre in Bellingham (April 23), and Buddy Guy at Tacoma's Pantages Theater (May 25).

It's about that time, y'all. As the year winds down, we're compiling our lists for the Best of Music 2015. From our favorite albums and singles to the best live concerts we witnessed from January through December, plus our picks for the very worst in music. Local artist Allen Stone, currently on a national tour following the success of his major label-released album Radius, will provide us with an exclusive interview that will include some of his personal favorite tunes and highlights of the past year. December 18 is the issue date for the Best of Music 2015 spread; be sure to grab a copy that weekend and take it with you, if you're traveling for the holidays.

Finally, don't forget that the Earshot Jazz Festival runs through November 18 with live performances scattered throughout the city, including Brad Mehldau Trio on November 13, Sara Gazarek & New West Guitar Group on November 16, and back-to-back closing shows by Hugh Masekela on November 17 and 18. For complete information, go to earshot.org.

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