Venue Details

10348 Star Starred
The 5th Avenue Theatre
Located between University and Union 1308 5th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
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4.9 / 5 Rated by 8 members
Review from Greg Piper

The band is really fun to watch live. My girlfriend compared Zooey to a hyperactive kindergartener - she kept jumping up and down. But Zooey's vocals are easily lost amid the instruments - her distinctive voice was almost wasted. I hope it was...continued

reviewed Oct 23 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Aneuryysm

What a great show! The band was full of energy, Zooey and Matt were great, and the seats were awesome. We were up on the balcony, center stage, but we felt like we were in the first floor. 5th Ave is a nice venue, but I got the feeling that...continued

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Review from Goldstar Member

They were amazing! The music was sultry and great for the location. The theater was gorgeous and the people that attending was the laid back crowd. I would go again!

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Hear She & Him at their website.
“Maybe Volume One is just a sweet little folk record—a tiny, flawless diamond. Or maybe it’s a pristine distillation of harmony and craft.” -Paste
“What makes Volume Two so distinctive isn’t just the sound of her voice, the quality of her songwriting, or even the resourcefulness of his arrangements, but their joint insistence that these old sounds have as much to say nowadays as they ever did.”


She & Him make music for an eternal springtime, when the temperature is warm enough to go riding with the top (or at least the windows) rolled down and the radio turned up. They occupy an alternate universe where the saddest of songs feel as warm as sun showers; the rain may be coming down, but somewhere nearby, everything looks bright. What began as a fascinating, no-strings attached collaboration on 2008’s Volume One has evolved into a bona fide, touring band, and She & Him are here to stay.

Zooey Deschanel and Matt Ward are as comfortable and complementary a musical pair as Les Paul and Mary Ford; hearing them again on Volume Two feels like getting together with two old friends. This time, the harmonies have grown more angelically layered, the string arrangements more dramatic, the songwriting even sharper and more confident. But, as with Volume One, the prevailing mood is bittersweet, dreamy, and romantic.

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