Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle
Desgined by IOM and available at Secret Serpents.
Tour Talk | Season 2 | Episode 2
Roddy talks to comedienne Bridget Everett and feminist Peaches who both performed at the festival.
Last Cup Of Sorrow
Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Ashes to Ashes
I Started a Joke
We Care A Lot
Just A Man
Thanks Michael Westapher
Photos / Reviews
Getty Images - Timothy Hiatt
TONY’S VIEW OF BUMBERSHOOT 2015, DAY TWO
I don’t often get to Bumbershoot’s bigger arena concerts–simply put, you can usually catch partial-to-complete sets by four bands in the time it takes you to wait in line for one Bumbershoot arena gig. But breaking my usual policy of line aversion was worth it for Faith No More’s epic Memorial Stadium set. It was a comforting reminder of how deftly FNM’s always infused punk, metal, funk, psychedelia, and arena-rock with their own brand of fuck-you wit (literally: They opened with a blistering version of “Motherfucker”). And lead singer Mike Patton’s thick-necked mad-genius charisma still burns in spades.