Sunday, June 14, 2015

Breakfast drinks and tunes with Mudhoney

Mark Arm leans into it at the Rock n' Roll Marathon in Seattle. (All Cat Rose photos)

Andy, text; Cat Rose, photos

It was early morning action for the TSHIT staff on Saturday.

When rock n' roll calls, you answer on the first ring and go get 'em.

While most of you were sleeping tight, we gobbled up some breakfast and drinks at the Mecca Cafe on Queen Anne in Seattle, cruised over to the beer garden at Seattle Center where Rock n' Roll Marathon participants were chugging brews after crossing the finish line... and then we settled in for --- fuckin' Mudhoney --- who cranked through an hour long set that began at about 11:15 a.m.

The Riesling wine was a-flowin' on stage --- breakfast drinkers unite! --- and the band poured through songs like "Suck You Dry," "Into the Drink," "I Like it Small," "Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More," "You Got It," "Touch Me I'm Sick" and more.

As lunch time neared, we were outta there and ready for our next adventure at the Georgetown Carnival.

What's for dinner?

Steve Turner sporting his Crass T-shirt... Cat Rose approved.

Dan Peters going full bore.

Guy Maddison... bass face.

More wine, for sure.

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