Mudhoney To Perform at The Chapel
Before Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Nirvana, there was Mark Arm and Mudhoney. Many argue that Mudhoney made Grunge possible and aided the changing of the musical guard in the early 90’s possible. Seeing them live is to Nirvana what seeing Leadbelly would have been to taking in the Rolling Stones. In 1991, releases like Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge laid the groundwork for all Seattle grunge to follow. Famous for cultivating punk and metal but adding rhythm and percussion, they improved on what bands like the Melvins and Green River had started.
The combination of fuzz guitar and garage rock led mainstream radio back into straight forward rock and roll and away from the over-produced, big label music of the 80’s. To see Mudhoney today is to see a slice of rock, grunge, and Seattle lore all wrapped into one. With cult hits like “Touch Me I’m Sick” and “Sweet Young Thing Ain’t Sweet No More,” Mudhoney also helped to launch one of the most famous indie labels of all time, Sub Pop, with their 1988 release.
Mudhoney has long been known for their incredibly energetic but stripped down live shows. Every night they bring everything they have like the godfathers of grunge that they are. Still at their creative apex, in the past few years they have released their ninth studio album, Vanishing Point, and a legacy documentary of the band, I’m Now. Seeing Mudhoney is seeing the past and the future of rock.
Celebrate Mudhoney, and make a night of your outing:
- reserve a table at The Vestry, an on-site Euro-style restaurant, for unique, artisanal dinner and drinks before or after the show, and
- hire Nationwide Limousine Service to chauffer you to and from the venue.
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