Norwegian singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør made a stop at the Triple Door near the end of her recent North American tour. She was on the road in support of her fifth studio album, Music for People in Trouble, and was accompanied by the versatile Jesse Chandler on piano, keys, flute, clarinet and vocals. Los Angeles-based Shey Baba opened.
Part 18 of our Memory Lane Series is the cool combining of Wild Child and Walker Lukens (Texans), and one local band, Vaudeville Etiquette. With a new album, Expectations, coming out in February, there should most likely be another Wild Child tour involved. . . already the band’s violinist and lead singer, Kelsey Wilson, is on tour with Matthew Logan Vasquez; one of the dates is at the Fremont Abbey on December 5th. Vaudeville Etiquette has 2 shows set up in December on the 9th and 23rd. Merry Christmas to all their fans!
Sydney-based singer-songwriter Celia Pavey – billed as her music project Vera Blue – opened for Jacob Banks at the Crocodile Café. She’s on the road in support of her sophomore studio album, Perennial, which was released in July. Her long red hair flowed onstage while playing guitar and singing, and was accompanied by guitar and keys. The electronic pop artist placed third in season 2 of The Voice Australia in 2013.
Band:Galantis Song: “Hunter” Why You Want To Watch: Swedish duo Christian Karlsson & Linus Eklöw brought out the video for “Hunter” in June, and it features some pretty adorable creatures. What a fun video this would have been to happen upon while it was being filmed. Directed by Ben Fee, who seems to specialize in these out of this world spectacles, the video is part of a production company called Scandinavia. Beautiful work.
British singer-songwriter Jade Bird opened for Son Little at the Tractor Tavern. Her solo set featured many songs from her recently released album, Something American. Earlier this year, she was named by Rolling Stone as one of “10 Country Artists You Need To Know”.