Singer-songwriter Tori Amos played a solo set on two pianos at the Paramount Theatre over the Thanksgiving weekend. Seattle’s stop was near the tail end of her 24-city North American tour in support of her recently released 15th studio album, Native Invader. English indie band Scars On 45 opened.
English singer-songwriter Lucy Rose opened at the Neptune Theatre in support of her third studio album, Something’s Changing. The show was near the tail end of her North American tour with punk rocker Paul Weller. Backed by her two-member band on bass, piano, electric guitar and violin, Rose played both acoustic guitar and piano. Missed […]
Ingrid Michaelson brought her Hell No Tour to the Moore Theatre last weekend, in support of her recently-released seventh studio album, It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense. She was backed by her five-member band, anchored by longtime member Allie Moss on acoustic guitar. As always, Ingrid shared numerous witty stories between songs – some of […]
Americana singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz headlined at the Neptune Theatre in support of her fourth studio album, Undercurrent, which was released in June. Equally excellent on guitar, banjo and mandolin, Jarosz was backed by Jedd Hughes (guitar) and Jeff Picker (bass). The intimate seated show at the packed theater was very well received – and her […]
LA-based Phoebe Bridgers, while on tour with Blitzen Trapper, made a stop at the Neptune Theatre. The 20 year old was my best “new find” at Bumbershoot 2015 and I was pleased that she was playing in Seattle again. Marshall Vore joined her on drums and vocals for several songs. Phoebe recently released “Killer” – […]