Video: King County Queens’ hometown in-store @ Easy Street

West Seattle’s own King County Queens held court Friday night at Easy Street Records – three guys named Scott (drummer/singer Scott Vanderpool, guitarist/singer Scott Sutherland, guitarist Scott Muhlbeier) and one honorary Scott (credited on the inside cover as Marsh “Scott” Gooch, bass/vocals). We caught some video while stopping in:

The KC Queens have an official music video, too – see “Krautrock!” here. It’s a cut from their LP “Ladies and Gentlemen, Your King County Queens,” released by Green Monkey Records just last month – you can of course get it at Easy Street. And if you missed the KC Queens this time, they’ll be at the all-day all-night marathon Earfest at Slim’s Last Chance in Georgetown on September 7th at 7 pm.

5 Replies to "Video: King County Queens' hometown in-store @ Easy Street"

  • Scott Five August 24, 2013 (10:10 am)

    We made the West Seattle Blog!! Now we can retire on top of the game. Huzzah!

  • Dana August 24, 2013 (11:46 am)

    That “not Scott” bass player is actually new band member Dave “not Scott” Swafford.

    • WSB August 24, 2013 (12:07 pm)

      Dana – sorry, I took the names from the LP jacket. Are there any other changes?

  • Dana August 24, 2013 (12:32 pm)

    That’s it. Making the West Seattle Blog is like making the cover of Rolling Stone for at least one of those Scotts! =) Thanks for being such a great part of a great community!

  • dawsonct August 27, 2013 (5:12 pm)

    Where’s Marsh!? I went to Jr. High with him and lost contact immediately afterward, but his name pops up every 10 years or so.
    Lets me know I’m still alive.
    Nice to know old Marsh is still getting older, too.

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