I had the treat of back-to-back nights at the Triple Door this past week – Lisa Loeb on Wednesday, then the blonde-haired, blue-eyed Lucy Woodward on Thursday. I saw Lucy for the first time at SXSW 2010 and have caught several of her shows in Seattle since. Always a pleasure.
Lisa Loeb, complete with her signature glasses, played at the Triple Door as part of the Western Arts Alliance festivities in town this week. Lisa’s claim to fame is that she was the first artist to have a #1 single in the United States while not signed to a recording contract. That single was “Stay […]
Jazz vocalist Jane Monheit was at the Kirkland Performance Center in April. Okay, I know, April. I don’t know how but these beauties photographer Kirk Stauffer took got lost in the shuffle. I regret that. But here is the stunning Monheit as seen through Stauffer’s lens. Monheit’s eighth album, Home came out last year.
The Fremont Abbey was the first stop on the Intergalactic Tour of the Universe and Beyond for Bess Rogers, Ian Axel and Allie Moss. Bess and Allie may look familiar since both are in Ingrid Michaelson’s band. Local singer/songwriter Kristin Gaerlan opened. Allie Moss Ian Axel Bess Rogers Kristin Gaerlan
Danish singer-songwriter Oh Land (aka Nanna Øland Fabricius) opened last week for Sia at Showbox at the Market in support of her latest album, Oh Land. You can learn more about Nanna in a recent Esquire article, and in Back Beat Seattle’s May interview.