Sephira, comprised of red-headed Irish sisters Ruth and Joyce O’Leary, played a holiday show at the Shoreline Auditorium. Supporting their self-produced Christmas album Starlight, the combination of the sisters’ vocals and violins is the essence of the Sephira sound, which is largely classical/crossover with traditional Irish influences.
Bringing her own brand of soul, R&B, pop, jazz, rap, hip hop and reggae to the Crocodile Café, top-selling Hawaiian songstress Anuhea headlined for a very enthusiastic audience. The always lovely Anuhea is on track to be Hawaii’s next star. The equally lovely Kimie Miner, Unified Culture and Soul Kuljah opened. Anuhea Kimie Miner Unified […]
So good to see Rachael Yamagata again as she made a stop at the Tractor Tavern last week to headline a sold out show. Rachael is in the middle of a US tour in support of her new EP, Heavyweight.
It’s not too often that I travel beyond Seattle to cover a performer, but when I learned Lucy Woodward was appearing at the Admiral Theater in Bremerton, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. This was my fifth occasion shooting Lucy – the first being SXSW 2010 – and she simply gets better with time. As […]
Soulful singer ZZ Ward recently stopped at the Crocodile Café during her Down and Dirty Shine Tour. ZZ is touring the US in support of her debut album, Til the Casket Drops. Local singer-songwriter Jael Johnson and Los Angeles-based Yellow Red Sparks opened. ZZ Ward Yellow Red Sparks Jael Johnson