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On April 16th Regan Hagar and Stone Gossard, atop their newly rebooted Loosegroove records will offer, for your listening pleasure, the long lost recordings of The Living. A band that played around the NW for about a year in 1982 before it went the way of most bands. It morphed, into something else. Luckily, in that year, the boys would go up to American Music in Fremont WA and lay to tape, what they’d been up to. Had it come out then, that recording would have been the first time the “world” would hear Greg Gilmore on drums, and, at a salty 17 years old, Duff Mckagan, making his debut as an absolute monster of a creative driving force. Seattle Today was lucky enough to have, both Greg, and then Duff come to The Moore Theatre to talk with us about that period in their lives. We were also blessed with a visit from the Mighty Blaine Cook, who would be the singer in the band that both Greg and Duff would follow up The Living with, Ten Minute Warning.
Blaine Cook is a Seattle musician. His past bands include The Fartz, Ten Minute Warning, and The Accused. He was the singer in all of these bands. He’s into a lot of other cool things, but these are the subjects we wanted to talk to him about. We were honored and incredibly grateful that he took time out to speak with us. We hope you enjoy.
Published at Sun, 11 Apr 2021 03:39:00 GMT