December 17, 2010

Our Year in Photos 2010: Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives


Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives ::: photo by Abbey Simmons

What is there left to say about Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives on Sound on the Sound in 2010? We’ve spent much of 2010 in reverent awe of the quiet man who takes the stage to become an entity larger than the rooms he plays … a conduit for emotion and energy in a manner that only comes around once in a decade (perhaps a lifetime) and that you always feel blessed to be in the presence of.

Tomorrow Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives will play in a room befitting of the size of their impact: a hopefully sold-out Showbox. It will be the biggest crowd the band has played to by hundreds and if anyone is ready to command such a crowd, it is this band and man. Or as Drew said better himself in an interview with Jonathan Zwickel for the Seattle Times, “I wanna be a part of the messy part of life. And when we reach out with music that comes from a place like that, we’ve found that everybody agrees. We all feel this way.”

Just before taking the stage at The Showbox, The Pastors’ Wives will be at KEXP for their first in-studio on Audioasis. You’d be wise to both tune in and to buy your tickets right now for tomorrow night’s Holiday Spectacular with The Maldives and The Moondoggies. And despite how great both of those headlining bands are, if you miss the opener, you’ll most likely miss the performance of the night.

Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives ::: photo by Abbey Simmons


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