Eugene Cho

one of my favorites at qcafe tonight


if you’re in the city, one of my favorites acts to play at Q Cafe is coming back from california to play the venue. come and check out tyrone wells at 8pm tonight.  it sucks that i won’t be able to make it out as i’m doing some stuff which i’ll post about in a day or so.  couple musicians are opening up for the main act. i believe the cover is $7. good or bad – tyrone wells will make it big in the next three years.

Filed under: Q Cafe, seattle

3 Responses

  1. Ah man…I know Tyrone from way back in the college days…would have been fun to see him. Guess it’s too late now. 😦

  2. Blake says:

    Freaking awesome show! 🙂 He’s got a CD hitting the shelves at major retailers in the area (Best Buy, Barnes & Nobel, etc) next Tuesday, I think. This guy rocks.

    Brett & Danielle were amazing too. The whole concert was great and totally packed-out. We even had to turn people away at the door. It was a bummer, but great to see that much support for a cafe show.

  3. janet says:

    Thanks for starting the QCafe. I love the shows that go on there and particularly enjoyed the TW show.

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