20 August 2015


I Don't Know

by request
 for the grunge fans
Dandilyon Soup was one of the many bands that helped shape the “Seattle” sound of the early 90’s. Although they were not considered a Grunge band, there were certainly shared influences.
Thru the years 1990-95 Dandilyon Soup released 4 albums, toured the Western United States playing over 200 shows per year and shared the stage with such great bands as; Soundgarden, Candlebox, Best Kissers in The World, Sweetwater, Warbabies, Seven Year Bitch, Gruntruck, L7, TAD, Reverend Horton Heat, Running with Scissors and My Sisters Machine. While consistently selling out local venues; RCKNDY, The Offramp, Fenix, Colourbox, Weathered Wall and The Vogue. They headlined the Seattle Hempfest to over 50,000 people at Volunteer Park and then returned for Seattle Hempfest at Gasworks Park to an even bigger crowd.
Dandilyon Soup also appeared on the very first "Young & Restless" compilation CD put out by 107.7 The End and contributed a song to "Live at the Colourbox". With songs like "Save Me" and "Cold Out Here in The Real World" getting heavy play on local radio ZROCK, KISW & KNDD along with hard work and sweat, Dandilyon Soup built a VERY loyal following thru their captivating live performances.
On February 15, 2014, Dandilyon Soup will break out the old songs and perform at High Dive in Fremont WA .

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