Hattie's Hat Backroom Presents Lady Grace And Chad Bault

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Lady Grace, a.k.a. Emily Grace, began writing songs when she was 23, she first found her lyrical home in Spoken Word circles in Seattle. Admiring and coveting the skills of some of the cities best Spoken Word artists, and inspired by Piece she sought to create her own spoken word album. Years later, after a bad break-up and spending countless hours playing the same three chords on the guitar, she wrote her first (really bad) song.
Her music combines the influences of classical, hip hop, and the blues folk tradition, as well as incorporating elements of Brazilian, and Latin music. “Songs are given,” she says, “so they come through the funnel you create.” It is about being yourself, and seeing yourself in others too. It is about the unique and the interconnected. The balance.

[The Northwest] is teeming with talented singer-songwriters, but few have the jaw-dropping voice of Train Go Sorry vocalist Chad Bault. Whether at a whisper or full volume, Bault has that rare ability to stop conversation and turn every head in the house in his direction. His songs, which marry twangst with a sure-footed pop sensibility, perpetuate the emotional power inherent in his vocals."
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