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    JanS
    Participant

    FEEDBACK LOUNGE SAYS GOODBYE

    LAST DAY: SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th, 2015

    What a fun and wild ride we’ve had over the last seven years. There are simply no words to express how grateful we are to have been a part of the West Seattle Business Community and to have made countless, wonderful friends and worked with many of the industry’s best.

    But all good things come to an end. The owners are moving on and the Feedback Lounge is closing. New ownership will be remodeling the space with anticipated reopening in the fall. Our last day of business will be Saturday, August 8th with a final blowout show. We’ll announce the line-up soon. But in the meantime, please drop by to have a drink with us and say goodbye.

    Stay tuned to our Facebook page – we have a few surprises coming up!

    #826007

    skeeter
    Participant

    I’ve only lived in West Seattle 8 years but I’m convinced Salty’s will be the only restaurant that lasts forever…

    #826008

    JoB
    Participant

    skeeter.. say it isn’t so :(

    #826009

    Wes C. Addle
    Participant

    C’mon @Skeeter! We know Chipotle will outlast Salty’s ;)

    #826010

    JoB
    Participant

    have you forgotten spuds?

    #826011

    JoB
    Participant

    On a serious note..

    i will miss the Feedback Lounge

    they really really stepped up to the plate for community fundraisers

    #826012

    JanS
    Participant

    I remember, JoB…forever grateful to them…

    #826013

    miws
    Participant

    Me too…

    Mike

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    Stumbledore
    Member

    The Day the Music Died, Rock-N-Roll is dead (again).

    Really good people at Feedback, from the bottom to the top and all points in between.

    Sorry to hear they’re closing their doors. It was a good ride!

    #826015

    HMC Rich
    Participant

    Truly depressing. I have known Jeff since the 80’s and listened to his Brain Pain show on KCMU while we partied at the Deth House in the U District. They must have great reasons so hopefully this is a temporary setback.

    #826016

    JanS
    Participant

    Rich, I do not know what he has going in Portland, but I think this is a thing of being spread too thinly, and wanting to spend more time on whatever is going on in Portland, so there’s not enough time to devote to the Feedback, which is taking it’s toll. Hopefully, something good will come out of this for the soace. We have places dedicated to sports. If it turns into another place with wall to wall TeeVee’s with nothing but sports on, and sports bar(pub) fare, I doubt that I’d go back in there. More music/comedy/etc. would be great. We’re sorely lacking in those kinds of places. Let’s remember, a huge sports-type pub/bar is going in right near Calif., on Alaska (Lodge).

    Yep, very sad. They were so gracious to me when they allowed the fundraiser for me a few years ago. I won’t forget that ever.

    #826017

    Patrick
    Keymaster

    Jeff does graphics and promotional work for several musical venues. For the past couple of years the venues in Portland have been more active than the Seattle locations.

    #826018

    JoB
    Participant

    our loss

    Portland’s gain :(

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    JanS
    Participant

    Thanks, Patrick

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