Rockin' it Old School

Old musicians never die, they just... keep circling the globe on tour
Posted January 01, 1970

Revisit the classic sounds of Motown with the Temptations and The Four Tops (7/11; 7 p.m.; prices vary; Tulalip Casino, 6410 33rd Ave. NE, Marysville; 800.745.3000; ticketmaster.com) and let the grandfathers of soul take you to “Cloud Nine”—fee-fi-fo-fum, look out baby, ’cause here they come! Next, fly like an eagle to Woodinville for the Steve Miller Band (7/14; 7 p.m. prices vary; Chateau Ste. Michelle, 14111 NE 14th St.; 800.745.3000; ticketmaster.com) and dance, dance, dance the night away with the gangster of love. Do you feel like I do? Then move yourself to see classic rockers yes with legendary guitarist Peter Frampton (7/15; 6 p.m.; prices vary; Snoqualmie Casino, 37500 SE North Bend Way; 800.745.3000; ticketmaster.com) on their co-headlining tour. Hear old favorites as well as songs from Frampton’s latest album, Thank You Mr. Churchill, released in April. Finally, hear the former Beatles drummer and rock icon Ringo Starr and his all-starr band (7/31; 7 p.m.; prices vary; Chateau Ste. Michelle, 14111 NE 145th St.; 800.745.3000; ticketmaster.com) perform music from his latest album, Y Not, released in January.

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