Posted by flotz on Saturday, June 28, 2014 | Live Review

No column inches for Robyn in The Stranger or The Seattle Weekly, but he didn’t need it as the theater was packed with a big crowd, all of them over 40 and most over 50. Standard Seattle situation for Robyn: started out solo, played some new songs from upcoming record produced by Joe Boyd (!), played some old songs like “Only The Stones Remain” then brought out his Seattle cronies progressively: Sean Nelson, Bill Reiflin, Kurt Bloch and played a bunch of tunes from Venus 3 era.   Lots of witty stage banter. Concluded with an encore of covers, Doors tune, “Pretty Woman”, “Only Living Boy In New York” – Sean Nelson invoking Art in both looks and sound – and then they came back out and played unmic’d from the upper stair case in the theater, doing “Cripple Creek” and “Waterloo Sunset”. Fun show.