The Triple Door featured Priscilla Ahn for her Seattle appearance on October 16th. Ahn released her second album, When You Grow Up, in May 2011 (engineer Dominic Monks is credited on the album for his stomping – nice)! Photographer Kirk Stauffer returned from Priscilla Ahn’s show with some lovely shots:
Local pop/soulful singer-songwriter Tiffany Parker played a well-received set at the Nectar Lounge on Sunday. As evidenced by all the encouraging comments shouted by the audience, Tiffany had a large group of fans, friends and family in attendance. Accompanied by Justin Clark on guitar and keys, Tiffany sang songs off her new album, Music Therapy, […]
Seeing Rachael Yamagata at the Crocodile Café was a real treat – it’s been nearly 3 years since her last visit to Seattle. She’s in the middle of her US tour supporting her new album, Chesapeake. If you liked her first album, Happenstance, you’re sure to enjoy Chesapeake as well – both were produced by […]
Grimes, the Canadian one-woman electro-pop group fronted by Claire Boucher, opened for Austra last week at the Crocodile Café. The band/Grimes/she/Claire/they will be back in town at the Sunset Tavern on 2/20/12.
Jane Monheit played the her first of five shows at Jazz Alley on Friday evening. Accompanied by Michael Kanan (piano), Neal Miner (bass) and husband Rick Montalbano (drums), Jane sang a number of songs off her latest album, Home, as well as a beautiful rendition of “Over The Rainbow.”