The tremendously revered Seattle Weekly has published a list Seattle's top 10 places to see rock music. If you're looking for a place to see rock music in the city of Seattle, you might want to have a look at that list and then decide if you want to see rock music at any of those places. If you like the rock music that you see, you could go to Seattle Weekly's suggestion of Seattle's best record store and buy recordings of that rock music, maybe.

"TRUE FACT: Seattle Weekly hired Erin Thompson instead of me." —Travis Ritter, 2012

Update: After receiving an email by the Seattle Weekly to promote the list on Facebook, Rendezvous booker Nathan Chambers asked how the list was compiled and was told, "We polled Reverb editors for their input." Chambers then responded, "I don't want to sound ungrateful but what about the Comet and Chop Suey? We really are thankful to be included on your list but the mix, what is that all about? As a person that goes to rock shows all the time, almost everyday, the mix isn't remotely close to being in the same league as Neumos, the Crocodile or anyone else. Hit or miss booking isn't really a selling point, probably just trolling for clicks but its really hard to take this serious after that. I would love to hear more about this... Again we are glad to be on the list just personal curiosity."