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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Photos: Cam @ Crocodile Café

Country singer Cam started her set with a bang – the new single “Diane” – which NPR listed in their The 100 Best Songs Of 2017. The sold-out show at the Crocodile Café was near the finale of her The Best Coast Tour. Meet and greet participant Kelsey came onstage to sing with Cam. Logan […]

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Photos: Yasmine Hamdan @ Crocodile Café

Lebanese singer-songwriter Yasmine Hamdan recently headlined at the Crocodile Café. The Paris-based electropop performer – and actress – is on the road in support of Al Jamilat, released earlier this year. Her sensual moves were the perfect backdrop to her music.

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Photos: Vera Blue @ Crocodile Café

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 […]

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Photos: YELLE @ Crocodile Café

Electro pop French band YELLE, fronted by Julie Budet, played a sold-out show at the Crocodile Café in support of their third studio album Complètement Fou. The stop was midway through their North American tour which will wrap-up at the SOS Festival in Austin. Seattle-based Jupe Jupe opened. YELLE Jupe Jupe

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