Live Video: Mudhoney on top of the Space Needle!

Live Video, Local Music
07/12/2013
Jim Beckmann
photo by Morgen Schuler (view set)

Anyone who's stared at the iconic Seattle landmark the Space Needle has wondered when that thing would blast off. On July 11th, it did as long running Seattle legends Mudhoney rocked the top of the Needle during KEXP and Sub Pop's Silver Jubilee Broadcast, celebrating the label's 25th anniversary. Thousands of fans watched the historic performance live during our video stream, and now it's available for all to see! Check out this full set by Mudhoney now and be sure to see them again at the Sub Pop Silver Jubilee tomorrow... for free...

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