608 Space, Seattle WA
(This review culled from the October 24 show only)
Some time last year, Amanda Palmer of Dresden Dolls fame happened upon a Boston club with her friend Jason Webley for a late night meal, but emerged with some new friends who would unequivocally prove to be a fated discovery.
The Seattle shows were held in Estradasphere’s new studio slash living space, unassuming (a flat wall) from the outside, large and incredibly unique on the inside. Before the show, Amanda sent each ticket holder an email requesting that we bring a housewarming gift to the Californians turned Washingtonians. The gifts were quite offbeat and included a My Little Pony, and a mannequin head that was passed around with a Sharpie marker for the audience to leave their own art.