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Thanks to Sharon McKenzie in Canada for supporting The Daughters of Bristol…Magnolia Recordings just informed us your cd’s just went out today in the mail…hopefully we can cross the border soon and play some shows up north eh…

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In case you didn’t know…The Daughters of Bristol’s song “Die Like The Best” from the full length album “The Ave” is a reference to the greatest Northern Irish football (soccer) player George Best…unfortunately his appearance was never able to grace The World Cup…

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The March Violets kicked off their “Into The Sun Tour” and played El Corazone last night here in Seattle…after a long day watching World Cup Fútbol matches…this was a great end to a Saturday…I would say the majority of us in attendance had waited many years for this and we weren’t disappointed…

The Daughters of Bristol - Here You Are

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Preview: “Here You Are” - The Daughters of Bristol - The Moore Hotel EP…though it has taking us a bit longer than expected, we are about done finishing up the new release…as mentioned in previous posts, this collection of songs are being brought to life mainly through piano and acoustic guitars…very much under the influence of Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, etc…we hope you enjoy and thanks again for your support…

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The Daughters of Bristol’s song the “Leaving” is on the recently released Gothic Visions IV…special thanks to our friend Jörg Tochtenhagen from Bob Media for shipping a few copies over from Germany…

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Death in June visited us tonight at Studio Seven here in Seattle…

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Missed Skinny Puppy last month and all there’s left to show for it is an unused ticket on the counter…but at least tonight got to catch VNV Nation play a packed house here at the Showbox in rainy Seattle…

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20 years ago today…here in Seattle…RIP Kurt…

Follow up to today’s earlier post…

…sad to report World Vision has reversed their decision due to the fall out of their supporters…another one bites the dust…


Posted 4 months ago




Small steps towards equality in our region…

The Daughters of Bristol take no side in the battle of politics, but when it’s clearly evident that something is amiss we will occasionally speak up, i.e. human rights, etc…recently a local Seattle organization called World Vision (a humanitarian aid, development, and advocacy organization that sees to it that children in third world countries are fed, receive fresh water, medical care, and stop human trafficking to name a few things) came out publicly that they Will Hire & Recognize Those In Same Sex Marriages…though many have applauded this change in policy (and so does The Daughters of Bristol) that is well overdue and brings equality to their employees regardless of sexual orientation…but many still have been less than supportive and are pulling their monthly donations left and right that go to help those children in need.  It’s easy to see how unjust this is, regardless of their views, hurting the children that are in dire need of help, as well as not providing equality to those of a different sexual orientation.  We wanted to make sure our fan base was aware of this, in such a case you are able to donate to World Vision or any another organization that not only values the lives of those they are helping, but their employees basic human rights…thanks for your time…


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The Daughters of Bristol are a goth rock band founded in 2002 and based in Seattle, Washington.

Joseph Ronin - vox, guitars, bass & programming

Edward Nicholas - guitars, bass & programming

Aaron Brown - guitars, bass & programming
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