During the first of six shows at Jazz Alley, Madeleine Peyroux previewed a number of new songs from Standin’ On The Rooftop scheduled to be released on June 7, and played old favorites such as “Don’t Wait Too Long” and “Dance Me To The End Of Love”.
Even on a Sunday night, the indie rock duo from Los Angeles – Uh Huh Her – were able to pack Chop Suey. Camila Grey (keyboards, guitar) and Leisha Hailey (bass, guitar) are due to release Nocturnes sometime this spring.
Diamonds Under Fire, aka singer/songwriter Vanessa Silberman opened for Uh Huh Her at Chop Suey on Sunday evening. Silberman is based out of Los Angeles, and has drawn comparisons to Chrissie Hynde of Pretenders. I can definitely see that.
Kaki King wowed the standing room only audience at the Triple Door on Friday with her unique fretwork played on eight different guitars that were frequently tuned by her guitar tech, Anna Morsett. Kaki was joined by Dan Brantigan on trumpet near the end of her set. Kaki also commented that she was honored to […]
Anya Marina – best known for her song “Satellite Heart” from the movie Twilight – opened for Steven Page at the Showbox Market on Friday. She just wrapped up a tour in support of her new album, School Spirit.