Danish electro pop singer-songwriter MØ and her band performed at the Crocodile Café last week. The Seattle stop was near the end of her 12–city North American tour – with every show selling out – in support of her debut album, No Mythologies To Follow. Several times during her set, MØ went out into the […]
Oh Land, stage name for Danish singer-songwriter Nanna Øland Fabricius, made a recent stop at the Crocodile Café. She and her band were on tour in support of her third studio album, Wish Bone, released in September. Oh Land
ZZ Ward played a sold-out show at the Crocodile Café last week. Born Zsuzsanna Eva Ward, the blonde-haired, blue-eyed singer-songwriter is touring in support of her debut album, Til The Casket Drops. Delta Rae co-headlined and Martin Harley opened. ZZ Ward Delta Rae Martin Harley
British born, LA based singer-songwriter Carina Round headlined at the Crocodile Café last Wednesday. The show was the second stop on her tour in support of her new album, Tigermending. Round’s music and dynamic voice were well-received by the large crowd. Local artist Anomie Belle opened. Anomie Belle
The British indie pop girl group, The Pipettes, played at the Croc last night (5/1) in support of their latest release, Earth vs. The Pipettes. Sisters Gwenno and Ani Saunders were backed by an all-male band, The Cassettes. Their last Seattle visit in November, 2007 was also at the Croc (version 1.0 at the time).