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Jan.
6th

Backstage Bar & Grill aiming for Feb. 1 opening

Tacoma could have a new rock venue as soon as Feb. 1. That’s the tentative opening date for Backstage Bar & Grill, the new club that’s in the works at 6409 Sixth Ave., according to general manager Joy Hutt. But she added that opening day largely depends on how soon owner Stephen Tippins can secure a liquor license.

The new club is under construction in the space formerly occupied by Game On Sports Grille. Hutt described the vibe Backstage is going for as part cowgirl bar, part Hard Rock Café. The 6,800-square-foot venue will feature live music, rock

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June
7th

Godsmack to headline Pain in the Grass 2010, tix on sale Saturday

Seattle rock station KISW-FM (99.9) released details for its annual summer gala, Pain in the Grass, which will bring Godsmack, Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society, Sevendust, Drowning Pool and more to Auburn’s White River Amphitheatre on Aug. 28. (This must be the mysterious “fairgrounds” show Shinedown’s Brent Smith alluded to here.)

Most tickets will go $29 to $69, with discounted lawn seats available for $20 with valid military I.D. and a limited number of lawn tickets available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 12 at an on sale kickoff party

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May
5th

Shinedown’s Brent Smith talks touring with Nickelback, coming back with Godsmack

Nickelback will headline one of the year’s biggest rock shows Friday night at the Tacoma Dome. And last week I caught up with Brent Smith from opening band Shinedown (“Second Chance,” “Simple Man.”) A related story will run in Friday’s GO sections. But until then, here are some audio clips of Smith talking about …

… touring with Nickelback, headlining Carnival of Madness later this year.

… what kind of set to expect on Friday.

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Jan.
6th

Nickelback headed to Tacoma in May

Vancouver hit makers Nickelback will headline the Tacoma Dome on May 7, organizers announced today. The show will kick off at 6:30 p.m. that day with support coming from Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown and Sick Puppies.

Tickets for what’s being dubbed the 2010 Dark Horse World Tour will go for $45 to $75, and will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Jan. 16. They will be available through Live Nation.