Alternative pop artist XYLØ, stage name of Paige Duddy, played a sold-out show at Barboza. The LA-based performer is on the road in support of her recent popular singles, “Don’t Panic” and “Heaven Only Knows.” XYLØ
Making her second stop in Seattle this year, singer-songwriter Phoebe Ryan headlined at Barboza. She and her signature green were on the road in support of the recently released James, her second EP. LA-based Molly Kate Kester opened.
UK powerhouse vocalist Jess Glynne recently graced the stage at Barboza on Capitol Hill. Jess, her four-member band, and two backup singers supplied an evening of great music. R&B with a lot of soul, Jess is supporting her new album, I Cry When I Laugh, during her Ain’t Got Far To Go Tour. Last month, […]
London-based sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow, known as 2:54, headlined at Barboza in support of their recent album, The Other I. They were joined by Joel Porter (bass) and Alex Robins (drums). The Scottish duo Honeyblood – Stina Marie Claire Tweeddale and Cat Myers – opened. I caught them again at SXSW last week. 2:54 […]
Frankie Rose played at Barboza last week nearing the end of her headlining west coast tour. Joined by her band put together with New York performers specifically for the tour, Rose performed numerous songs from her second full-length album, Herein Wild, as well as Interstellar released in 2012. One reason I enjoy Rose’s music is […]