10/20 The W Lovers With Band Of Lovers, And Debbie Miller

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10/20 The W Lovers w/ Band of Lovers, and Debbie Miller

at Fremont Abbey 8:00 show, 7:00 doors

All ages, mostly seated

Tickets here: http://www.october20.bpt.me/

About the artists:

The W Lovers :
Started with the meeting of two songwriters from different parts of the globe. They fell in love and are making waves, with their own special brand of Americana, Alt- Country songs.

They have made appearances in Seattle, Spokane, Leavenworth, Olympia and Portland and played internationally in New Zealand this January.

"It’s refreshing to see musicians who fully commit to their craft, discard their safety net and create an authentic, visceral sound that only talent-with-desperation can bring." - Nadamucho.com

Band of Lovers:
Its a golden road trip, Kate Bee wrote of the debut album from Band of Lovers. Her words also reflect the bands lifestyle- born on the road in the fall of 2013 and living and touring full-time in their self-converted 1997 Dodge van, the music they write strongly reflects their way of life. With a modern take on folk sound and pop structure, their songs draw inspiration from the stories and landscapes of North America.
Few songs are sweeter than Tennessee says Christian Carvajal of the single off of the bands full-length independent release the Coast (Feb. 2015). The album has sold over a thousand copies and debuted on local and public radio stations around the country, including NPR affiliates HPPR, KUWR, KXCI, and WRUR.

Debbie Miller:
Seattle-based singer/songwriter Debbie Miller will tug at your heart, cause you to giggle, and make you think twice about crossing her sometimes all during the same song. Blending humor with heart-wrenching honesty, Millers refreshing brand of unique lyrics and playful melodies capture and delight audiences from coast to coast. With song topics ranging from love to bathroom graffiti, Millers music oscillates flawlessly between folk-ish tunes on guitar and pounding numbers on the piano.

With quirky lyrics that teeter between honesty, seriousness and silliness, Miller has developed a reputation for her unique live shows, which are sometimes highlighted by her propensity for error. These Debbie Do-overs have become fan favorites. I think its because people respond to authenticity and honesty in art and performance, she said. In order to capture the essence and raw nature of these performances, Miller embarked on recording a live album in the spring of 2015. The project was funded successfully by her fans and supporters via Kickstarter.

Miller's latest album LIVE in an Empty Sea is available now on iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, Spotify, and more.
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