Atomic Pop w/ The Unoriginals Band
Hard Rock Cafe Seattle
116 Pike Street Seattle, WA
21+ | 8pm doors, 9pm showtime
$10 advance, $15 at the door
Come on out to Lynnwood’s newest hotspot, the Sound Check Bar & Grill this Friday, December 12, to hear Atomic Pop play your favorite tunes. Show starts around 9:00 p.m. – get there early to get a seat! Although you won’t need it for long, because we’ll have you on your feet in no time!
The Sound Check is a full restaurant and bar, and the under-21 crowd is welcome before 9:00 p.m. We’re very excited to celebrate the opening of this most excellent new venue and we hope to see YOU there!
Friday, December 12
Sound Check Bar & Grill
19800 44th Ave W, Lynnwood WA
$5 cover, 21+ after 9:00 p.m.
Atomic Pop with special guests Omega Kitten
Saturday, January 4, 2014
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98122
Doors 8:00 p.m.
We know it’s waaaay too early to start thinking about the holidays, but not if you’re a party planner (or you know one)! Atomic Pop is available for your company’s holiday party, your holiday open house, your whatever-excuse-you-need-to-have-an-awesome-time! And we don’t mean to sound conceited, but we’re kind of a sure thing. Our weddings this summer have been SO FUN, and as wedding season winds down, we want to keep the party going! And we know you do too. So put a bug in your event planner’s ear: call Atomic Pop for a good time. 😉
Okay, so maybe four exclamation points is excessive, but we’re pretty excited about our newest addition to the media collection: this sweet video from our Neumos show. Check it out. It’s rad.
All photos © Greg Plumis Photography
Location courtesy Sound Transit
Ten years of Atomic Pop history in 200 words or fewer:
It all started in 2002 when Jesse and Greg hired Roxy to be the singer in their burgeoning band. After a whirlwind year, Roxy moved away, but Jesse and Greg (somehow) moved on. They rose to stardom and international fame, picking up Mike along the way. Jeremy joined a few years later. Jeremy and Gabe also happened to play in a different band together. When the band that Jesse and Greg started 10+ years earlier decided to call it quits, these two realized they couldn’t live without the stage lights. Gabe was available and Roxy happened to move back at about the same time. It seemed like fate – Atomic Pop was born.