Photos: Amy Shark @ Crocodile Café

Australian indie pop singer-songwriter Amy Shark recently played at the Crocodile Café. It was the third stop on her Love Monster Tour in support of her sophomore album by the same name and was her second headlining show in Seattle this year. LA-based Tyler Hilton opened. Amy Shark Tyler Hilton

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Photos: Katie Herzig @ Crocodile Café

Nashville-based Katie Herzig recently made a stop at the Crocodile Café. The Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is on the road with her Moment Of Bliss Tour in support of her new album by the same name. Her four-member backing band included longtime friend Jordan Brooke Hamlin and backup singer Natalie Schlabs. Local songstress Whitney Lyman opened, followed […]

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Photos: Clairo @ Crocodile Café

Electropop singer Clairo brought her Lazy Day Tour to the Crocodile Café last week. The sold out show was in support of her recently released debut album, diary 001. She was back in Seattle with her three-member band after opening for Dua Lipa in July. During her set, there were frequent shouts of “I love […]

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Phoebe Bridgers @ Crocodile Café

Phoebe Bridgers was back in Seattle to play a sold-out show at the Crocodile Café. Backed by her four-member band dressed in white shirts and narrow black ties, she’s on the road in support of her debut album, Stranger In The Alps. Harrison Whitford opened and was also a member of Phoebe’s band. Phoebe Bridgers […]

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Photos: Lissie @ Crocodile Café

Lissie played to a near capacity crowd at the Crocodile Café in support of her fourth studio album Castles, released in March. The Midwest-born, California transplant, now based in Iowa, was backed by four-member band. California-based Van William opened and will be back in Seattle headlining this fall. Lissie Van William

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