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Jonathan Coulton

Jonathan Coulton

Mar 1st 2018 @ ACT Theatre's Bullitt Cabaret

Seattle, WA
I Was There
About Jonathan Coulton
Genres:
Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Folk, Rock

In 2005 Jonathan Coulton dropped out of a perfectly good software career to write music on the internet. He embarked upon a bold experiment called Thing a Week, in which ...
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An Evening with Jonathan Coulton @ Emerald City Comic Con
Thursday, March 1st, 2018
7:00 PM
ACT Theatre's Bullitt Cabaret
700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101-2330
27 RSVPs
Join Jonathan Coulton live at Emerald City Comic Con for a night of music, hilarity and general nerdery! You know him as the video game music composer for Portal (Still Alive), Left 4 Dead and Lego Dimensions; the man behind geek rock anthems like Code Monkey, Re: Your Brains, and Skullcrusher Mountain; the house musician for NPR’s Ask Me Another; and as a composer and lyricist for the new SpongeBob Musical along with musicians like David Bowie, Steven Tyler, John Legend, The Flaming Lips, Cyndi Lauper and more… Having recently finished a new Grammy-nominated album, Solid State, and an international tour with Aimee Mann, he'll be fresh off JoCo Cruise (the Jonathan Coulton fan cruise sailing to Mexico in late February) and back in Seattle to bring you a geek rock show that's full of [not artificial] heart at an intimate venue. This is mostly standing event with some limited seating available. If you prefer to or need to sit, please arrive early as seats are limited and available only on a first come first serve basis. Show run time: 75-90 minutes *ECCC 2018 badge is not required to attend.
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About Jonathan Coulton
Genres:
Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Folk, Rock

In 2005 Jonathan Coulton dropped out of a perfectly good software career to write music on the internet. He embarked upon a bold experiment called Thing a Week, in which ...
Read More
Fan Live Reviews
AJ
St Paul, MN@
Fitzgerald Theater
March 20th 2017
Missed it :-(
Patrick
Washington, DC@
Lincoln Theatre
January 17th 2017
I highly enjoyed the show but it seemed shorter than I would expect. I drove 4 hours to watch a show that was about 2 hours and 15 minutes. I am not angry, but I was longing for more.