Pop mainstay Betty Who announces her upcoming BIG! headlining tour with support from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars winner, Shea Couleé, Slayyyter, and Neve.
Tickets and VIP packages are available on-sale next Friday, October 7th via Seated HERE. Pre-save Betty’s upcoming album BIG!, dropping Friday, October 14th, HERE (this includes a link to purchase an autographed CD via Amazon as well). Big! features the single “She Can Dance.”
After a run of European dates from Amsterdam to Dublin, her upcoming US tour kicks off on February 28th at The Van Buren in Phoenix, Arizona before rolling through major markets including New York (Hammerstein Ballroom), Washington, D.C. (The Anthem), Chicago (Riviera Theatre), San Francisco (The Warfield). The tour ends April 1st at The Novo in Los Angeles, CA.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter kicked off her sold out emails i can’t send Tour on Thursday, September 29th at Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. As part of the highly-anticipated 13-show run supporting her recent album emails i can’t send, Sabrina will play major markets across the country and perform at legendary venues such as The Wiltern in Los Angeles and two nights at New York City’s iconic Webster Hall.
This tour comes on the heels of the release of Sabrina’s fifth studio album emails i can’t send which chronicles her various transformations through ultra-personal songwriting as well as passionate, palpable, and powerful performances. Whether it be the extreme dynamics of “Tornado Warnings” or the honest and powerful of “because i liked a boy,” the album showcases her at her most raw and real.
Today Leah Kate & L0L0 have announced their European tour and a lot more.
Oct 28: Manchester @ Deaf Institute
Oct 30: Dublin @ Academy 2
Oct 31: Belfast @ Oh Yeah Centre
Nov 2: Glasgow @ King Tuts
Nov 5: London @ O2 Academy Islington
Nov 6: London @ O2 Academy Islington
Nov 8: Amsterdam @ Melkweg Oude Zaal
Nov 10: Paris @ La Boule Noire
Nov 11: Zurich @ Komplex Klub
Nov 13: Madrid @ Sala Cool
Nov 14: Barcelona @ Razzmatazz 2
Nov 15: Brussels @ Ancienne Belgique
Nov 17: Cologne @ Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
Nov 18: Berlin @ Lido
Nov 20: Hamburg @ Bahnhof Pauli
Nov 21: Oslo @ Parkteatret
Nov 22: Stockholm @ Fryshuset Klubben
Nov 25: Copenhagen @ Rust
Nov 27: Helsinki @ On The Rocks
Leah Kate announces her new EP Alive and Unwell out October 28. Kate also releases her new single “Monster” via 10K Projects/MDDN.
Tapping into her signature rock-leaning sound, “Monster” serves as the ultimate clap back to the haters. “Go run your mouth and keep putting dirt on my name,” she sings before diving into the chorus, “watch me turn into a monster.” As the verses continue, Leah highlights the sad extent trolls will go to try to bring her down before delivering the ultimate f-you, “but when you make me famous, you’ll be the first one I thank.”
L0L0 released her new EP debbie downer.
Along with the EP, LØLØ shares lead single and angst-ridden ballad “ boohoo” in which she comes to terms with the harsh realities of growing up. Beginning with a simplistic piano melody and ending with a chorus of jarring electric guitars and aggressive drum kits, the track demonstrates the complexity to maturing in more ways than one.
Australia’s Spacey Jane are gearing up for their highly anticipated North American tour. It’s been a long time coming and fans have patiently waited for the band to hit US shores. The tour starts on Toronto October 10th with a sold out show and the band have already sold out dates in New York, Boston, LA, Chicago, Vancouver and more.
Spacey Jane will be playing songs from their much loved and critically acclaimed album titled Here Comes Everybody which was released this summer, debuting at #1 on the ARIA album chart and cementing their status as one of the most important bands in the Australian music scene today. They now have their sights set firmly on the US and are ready to bring their authentic and catchy brand of indie-rock to crowds across the country. All dates are listed below.
U.S. Tour Dates
10/10 – The Axis Club – Toronto, ON *SOLD OUT*
10/12 & 10/13 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY *SOLD OUT*
10/14 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA *SOLD OUT*
10/15 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
10/16 – Black Cat – Washington DC *SOLD OUT*
10/18 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL *SOLD OUT*
10/19 – Fine Line – Minneapolis, MN
10/20 – Reverb – Omaha, NE
10/22 – Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO *SOLD OUT*
10/23 – Metro Music Hall – Salt Lake City, UT
10/25 – Neumos – Seattle, WA
10/26 – Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC *SOLD OUT*
10/27 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
10/29 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA *SOLD OUT*
10/30 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA *SOLD OUT*
10/31 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA *SOLD OUT*
Angel Olsen is taking the Big Time Band back on the road! On the heels of a stunning performance at Americana Fest and the release of her “Big Time” collaboration with Sturgill Simpson, Olsen announces a slew of new 2023 dates, including Atlanta, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and more, all cities she has not yet played in support of Big Time.
Angel Olsen Tour Dates
Mon. Sept. 26 – Lisbon, PT @ Capitólio ^
Tue. Sept. 27 – Lisbon, PT @Capitólio ^
Thu. Sept. 29 – Madrid, ES @ La Riviera ^
Fri. Sept. 30 – Barcelona, ES @ Sala Apolo ^
Sat. Oct. 1 – Lyon, FR @ L’ Epicerie Moderne ^
Sun. Oct. 2 – Zurich, CH @ Kaufleuten ^
Tue. Oct. 4 – Munich, DE @ Strom ^
Wed. Oct. 5 – Vienna, AT @ WUK ^
Thu. Oct. 6 – Warsaw, PL @ Palladium ^
Fri. Oct. 7 – Berlin, DE @ Huxleys ^
Sun. Oct. 9 – Stockholm, SE @ Berns ^
Mon. Oct. 10 – Oslo, NO @ Rockefeller ^
Tue. Oct. 11 – Copenhagen, DK @ VEGA ^
Thu. Oct. 13 – Cologne, DE @ Luxor ^
Fri. Oct 14 – Paris, FR @ Bataclan ^
Sat. Oct 15 – Leuven, BE @ Het Depot ^
Sun Oct 16 – Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso ^
Tue. Oct. 18 – London, UK @ O2 Academy Brixton ^
Wed. Oct. 19 – Bath, UK @ The Forum ^
Fri. Oct. 21 – Manchester , UK @ Albert Hall ^
Sat. Oct. 22 – Edinburgh, UK @ Usher Hall ^
Mon. Oct 24 – Dublin, IE @ Vicar Street ^
Fri. Jan. 20 – Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern #
Sat. Jan. 21 – New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theater #
Mon. Jan. 23 – San Antonio, TX @ Tobin Center #
Tue. Jan. 24 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory #
Wed. Jan. 25 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Tower Theatre #
Pale Waves released their 3rd album Unwanted in August on Dirty Hit. The album features singles including “Lies”, “Hard Way” “Reasons to Live”, “Jealousy” and “Clean.”
Pale Waves just finished a tour opening up 5 Seconds of Summer. Now they begin their headlining tour. Pale Waves is front woman Heather Baron-Gracie (she/her); drummer Ciara Doran (they/them); guitarist Huge Silvani (he/him) and bassist Charlie Wood (he/him). The world was first introduced to this Manchester band with their debut album My Mind Makes Noises. They followed it up Who Am I?
Unwanted, a body of work informed by Pale Waves’ personal and artistic journey that reaches out into the passionate community of misfits and LGBTQIA+ fans around the band, tapping into darker emotions than ever before while also striking a fresh tone of defiance. “It was really the only thing this album could be called,” continues Heather. “It’s bold and unapologetic, and that’s what the Pale Waves community is about. We don’t need to fit a perfect mold, we don’t need to apologize for being ourselves, and we won’t change for anyone. That acceptance is what connects us.”
Pale Waves has evolved over time. Originally seen as a new goth band, they have matured into a rock band that is one part Garbage and one part Franz Ferdinand. They are a guitar driven rock that is aggressive and unforgiving but not Unwanted.
The sober curious movement is impacting where Americans are drinking, including whether alcohol is even served at all. Sundown Colorado, a music festival focusing on healthy nightlife, mindfulness and community, will take place at Downtown Denver’s Tivoli Quad on September 24, 2022. The Line-Up is International DJ star Curbi will headline the festival, with DJ sets by SkiiTour, N2N, DoubleCrush and a stage takeover by the NYC party crew Body Lvnguage.
Ignight Entertainment, who creates lit wedding, FX and festival experiences for music lovers, along with Secret Dance Addiction, which is in its third year of hosting alcohol free nightlife events, are producing the festival alongside 303 Magazine. After several of 303’s articles featuring sober parties went viral last year, the magazine and Sundown agreed to partner with the goal of normalizing healthy nightlife together. Sundown Colorado will feature a main stage for headlining talent, several bars serving alcohol-free cocktails and tonics, LED lounges, a meditation tent, wellness workshops and a VIF (very important friend) lounge sponsored by 303 Magazine. Spiritless, who provides alc-free pour over cocktails and spirits, is the platinum partner for Sundown.
The non-profit partner for the festival is Colorado Artists in Recovery (CAIR). Guests of all ages can party without pressure at this mindful music festival. “Sundown is where we meet to enjoy music the way it was meant to be experienced. When a community comes together over music and mindfulness, we make magic,” said Mike Handby (DJ Ignight), founder of Ignight Entertainment and co-owner of Secret Dance Addiction.
Mike and Amber Handby, who together form the DJ duo DoubleCrush and own Ignight Entertainment, are the driving force behind Sundown Colorado. Since first meeting in a recording studio eight years ago, the duo has co-founded three healthy nightlife businesses, including Sundown, Secret Dance Addiction, and a pop-up sober bar which is making its debut at the festival.
“Sundown is on a mission to normalize healthy nightlife for those who are sober-curious, in recovery, or who may want a different option for just tonight,” said Amber Handby, DJ and co-owner of Secret Dance Addiction. “This year features LED lounges, our new alc-free pop-up bar, headliner Curbi and even more wellness experiences. This may be the most lit sober event ever.”
The series dates back to 2011, when The Gift of Jazz first highlighted the contributions of the talented Denver-area jazz musicians who happen to be women with a concert at the Governor’s Mansion. Since then, we have presented many events celebrating the contributions of this growing contingent of notable female artists here, including events that paid tribute to Nina Simone, Regina Carter and Melody Gardot to name a few.
The band we are presenting on September 11th at Dazzle is an all-female jazz trio led by pianist/composer Carmen Sandim with Juli Roster and Amy Shelly performing her original Brazilian inspired compositions.
Future Women in Jazz events will include a big band celebration of the compositions penned by Japanese-American composer Toshiko Akiyoshi, scheduled for this November at a date and venue to be announced shortly.
Over her 30+ year relationship with music, award-winning composer and pianist Carmen Sandim has explored a variety of music styles – from performing with a Symphony orchestra, to composing TV jingles, to scoring for independent movies and Big Band, to leading her own Jazz groups.
In 1995 Westword Weekly started the Westword Music Showcase. As it approaches 30 years, it has gone through changes. Originally staged in LoDo it moved to the Golden Triangle and now is in two Denver hotspots: RiNo Arts District & The Mission Ballroom. It has gone from a one day experience to 2 days. It has gone from July to September. This year’s showcase features over 60 acts, on 12 stages…a third of them women.
Wet Leg – Wet Leg released their debut album in 2021 and have skyrocketed ever since. Rhian Teasdale & Hester Chambers’ have seen their US tour need bigger venues.
Cannons – Cannons’ released their 3rd album Fever Dream earlier this year. Michelle Joy leads this band that has a sound between lounge and indie rock. They are always a fun show. See our photos here.
Big Richard – This an all women, all acoustic band with Bonnie Sims, Joy Adams, Emma Rose, and Eve Panning. We first heard of them in the Spring at E-Town. They have a headlining show at the Gothic in October.
Bluebook – Julie Davis’ supergroup continues to amaze us. We last saw them open for Marissa Nadler. Whether as a 4 piece or a 3 piece, Bluebook is a sunshine haze of fun. See our live photos here.
Cleaner – This is new group with old friends from Muscle Beach, Fast Eddy, Dirty Few, Keef Duster and Colfax Speed Queen.
Same Cloth – Same Cloth is a versatile group led by JoFoKe and Soloman J Chapman. They caught our attention with their long residency at Dazzle.
Sophie Gray – Gray is a new singer-songwriter with a lot of buzz.
In April Girlpool released their 4th album Forgiveness via ANTIi-Records. Forgiveness finds Avery Tucker and Harmony Tividad embracing weirdo-pop decadence without sacrificing the poetic curiosity that has always made their music so absorbing. It’s also their slickest and most ambitious album to date. The album features singles “Lie Love Lullaby”, “Dragging My Life Into A Dream” ,“Nothing Gives Me Pleasure” and “Faultline”
Today Girlpool is announcing that they are disbanding.
Statement from the band:
“After 9 years, we have decided to take a break from Girlpool and go our separate ways as songwriters. This upcoming tour will be our last one- it will be an ode to the past, a celebration for the future, and something we will pour both of our hearts into completely. We are each other’s biggest fans and always encourage each other to stretch and evolve, whether that means it’s alongside one another or not.
We’ve had to make a tough decision to drop the following dates on our upcoming tour:
9/6 Sacramento, CA
9/13 Minneapolis, MN
9/14 Chicago, IL
9/16 Detroit, MI
9/17 Toronto, ON
9/18 Montreal, QC
9/19 Boston, MA
9/26 Carrboro, NC
9/27 Atlanta, GA
9/29 Houston, TX
9/30 Austin, TX
10/1 Dallas, TX
10/2 Lawrence, KS
10/4 Denver, CO
10/5 Salt Lake City, UT
All purchased tickets for these shows will be refunded at point of purchase. We appreciate your ongoing love and support.”
Progressive groove metal juggernauts JINJER recently announced that with the support of the Ukrainian Ministry Of Culture, they were granted a special exemption to exit Ukraine in order to help their countrymen the best way they can – through music – and since hit the road on their just-wrapped European tour.
JINJER is: Tatiana Shmayluk – Vocals, Roman Ibramkhalilov – Guitars, Eugene Abdukhanov – Bass and Vlad Ulasevich – Drums
Their latest album is Wallflowers featuring “Call Me A Symbol”
But JINJER’s reign of the road has only just begun! The band is thrilled to announce their upcoming 2022 USA headline tour, produced by Live Nation, with direct support from hard rock icons and special guests P.O.D. – beginning October 31 in San Diego, CA and ending on December 22 in Los Angeles, CA. For ticket info visit here. For VIP here.
Catch JINJER on tour:
USA Tour 2022 w/ P.O.D., Vended, Malevolence & Space of Variations
Oct 31 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues^
Nov 01 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades^
Nov 03 – Denver, CO – Fillmore^
Nov 05 – Minneapolis, MN – Fillmore Minneapolis^
Nov 07 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues^
Nov 09 – St Louis, MO – The Pageant^
Nov 10 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live^
Nov 11 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall^
Nov 13 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues^
Nov 14 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s^
Nov 15 – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom^
Nov 17 – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore^
Nov 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Roxian^
Nov 20 – Boston, MA – House of Blues^
Nov 21 – New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom^
Nov 23 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore^
Dec 07 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore*
Dec 08 – Greensboro, NC – Piedmont Hall*
Dec 10 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle*
Dec 11 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Hall*
Dec 13 – Tampa, FL – Jannus Live*
Dec 14 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues*
Dec 16 – San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater*
Dec 17 – Austin, TX – Emo’s*
Dec 18 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues*
Dec 20 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren*
Dec 21 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues*
Dec 22 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern*
Dec 2 – Melbourne, VIC – Flemington Race Course
Dec 3 – Sydney, NSW – Centennial Park
Dec 4 – Brisbane, QLD – Brisbane Showground
EU / UK Tour 2023 w/ Bullet For My Valentine & Atreyu
Courtney Barnett’s Here and There festival is officially underway with the first half of the tour now complete. The first 7 shows featured incredible performances from Lucy Dacus, Snail Mail, Alvvays, They Hate Change, Faye Webster, Bartees Strange, The Beths, Quinn Christpherson, Hana Vu and Caroline Rose. The tour will now head to the West Coast where Barnett will be joined at various points by Arooj Aftab, Bedouine, Chicano Batman, Ethel Cain, Indigo De Souza, Japanese Breakfast, Julia Jacklin, Leith Ross, Sleater-Kinney, Waxahatchee, and Wet Leg. As Paste Magazine put it, “If a festival tour with a rotating lineup of some of the best indie-rock artists out there right now compiled by an excellent artist in her own right sounds like a dream to you, we’re here to inform you that you’re wide awake and it’s happening.” A full city-by-city summary can be found below.
To celebrate the incredible coming together of these wonderful artists, Barnett has today released a very rare and limited edition run of 600 cassette tapes where all funds raised will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth.
GRAMMY-nominated global superstar Demi Lovato has released their highly-anticipated 8th studio album HOLY FVCK via Island Records.
“When making HOLY FVCK, I wanted to explore the dichotomy between ideas and feelings we all face: good & bad, holy & evil, and anger & love. The album is a deeply personal journey that begins with pain and anger and concludes with me reclaiming my power. It gave me the freedom to express myself in ways I didn’t know were possible and find joy I’d been missing when making music. It’s cathartic and grounded, yet exhilarating and a hell of a good time. I don’t know where I’ll be in life in a year, or in five or 10 years – but what I do know is that this record is exactly where I am now, and I am damn proud of it. I hope everyone who listens is too,” states Demi.
Today she released the title track:
The 16-track album is a sonic journey grounded in their rock and pop-punk roots and illustrates an earnest yet tongue-in-cheek retrospective of their life experiences. HOLY FVCK includes previously released songs “29,” “SUBSTANCE,” SKIN OF MY TEETH,” and features from Yungblud, Royal & The Serpent, and Dead Sara.
HOLY FVCK TOUR SOUTH AMERICA DATES:
Tue Aug 30 – São Paulo, Brazil – Espaço das Américas
Wed Aug 31 – São Paulo, Brazil – Espaço das Américas
Fri Sep 02 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil – Esplanada do Mineirão
Sun Sep 04 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Rock in Rio (FESTIVAL)
Wed Sep 07 – Bogotá, Colombia – Movistar Arena
Fri Sep 09 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Movistar Arena
Tue Sep 13 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena
HOLY FVCK TOUR NORTH AMERICA DATES:
Thu Sep 22 – Wheatland, CA – Hard Rock Live Sacramento *
Fri Sep 23 – Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Resort and Casino *
Sun Sep 25 – Portland, OR – Theater of the Clouds *
Tue Sep 27 – San Francisco, CA – The Masonic *
Wed Sep 28 – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater ^
Fri Sep 30 – Las Vegas, NV – The Venetian Theatre inside The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas ^
Mon Oct 03 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium ^
Wed Oct 05 – Rosemont, IL – Rosemont Theatre ^
Fri Oct 07 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre Detroit ^
Sun Oct 09 – Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre ^
Mon Oct 10 – Washington, DC – The Anthem ^
Wed Oct 12 – Philadelphia, PA – The Met Philadelphia ^
Thu Oct 13 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway ^
Sat Oct 15 – Toronto, ON – History ^
Sun Oct 16 – Montreal, QC – L’Olympia ^
Tue Oct 18 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre ^
Fri Oct 21 – Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre *
Sun Oct 23 – Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy *
Tue Oct 25 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium *
Fri Oct 28 – Tampa, FL – Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino *
Sun Oct 30 – Hollywood, FL – Hard Rock Event Center *
Tue Nov 01 – New Orleans, LA – Fillmore New Orleans *
Thu Nov 03 – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall *
Sun Nov 06 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory *
Fresh off their packed LA record release show at The Regent, Automatic (Izzy Glaudini, Lola Dompé, Halle Saxon) have announced their first headlining North American tour in support of their acclaimed new album Excess.
Today, they’ve shared a new video for Excess’ immediate track, “Automaton.”
Of the track, Automatic explains “Automaton is about having to deprogram yourself from capitalist ways of thinking, but, of course, we framed the song in our sci-fi theme – with an actual automaton as protagonist.” The band’s accompanied video, created by Yana Pan and Jenny Nirgends, uses paper cut animations to illustrate one automaton’s journey to break from the pack and create something new.
Known for their electric live performances, acclaimed indie pop band Lucius will embark on their “Feels Like Second Nature” headline tour this fall with newly confirmed shows at Austin’s Scoot Inn, Dallas’ The Echo, Denver’s Ogden Theatre, Seattle’s Neptune Theatre, San Diego’s Music Box and Los Angeles’ The Belasco among many others. See below for complete itinerary. Tickets for the tour go on-sale this Friday, August 12 at 10:00am local time here.
The tour celebrates the band’s acclaimed new album, Second Nature, which was released this past spring via Mom + Pop Music (U.S. and Mexico), Dine Alone (Canada), Second Nature Records/Secretly Distribution (RoW).
LUCIUS CONFIRMED TOUR DATES
BOLD on-sale this Friday, August 12 at 10:00am local time
September 9—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
September 10—Chattanooga, TN—Moon River Music Festival
September 30—St. Augustine, FL—Sing Out Loud Florida
October 2—San Francisco, CA—Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
November 2—Santa Fe, NM—Meow Wolf+
November 4—Austin, TX—Scoot Inn+
November 5—Dallas, TX—The Echo+
November 6—Houston, TX—The Heights Theater+
November 8—Kansas City, MO—The Truman+
November 10—Boulder, CO—Fox Theatre+
November 11—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre^
November 12—Salt Lake City, UT—Commonwealth Room^
November 15—Boise, ID—El Korah Shrine^
November 16—Seattle, WA—Neptune Theatre^
November 18—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom^
December 1—San Diego, CA—Music Box#
December 2—Los Angeles, CA—The Belasco#
January 9-13—Riviera Maya, Mexico—Girls Just Wanna Weekend
Bass prodigy and burgeoning pop icon Blu DeTiger will kick off an extensive North American headline tour on November 3 at Royale in Boston. The run, which will include a concert at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles (November 18), will conclude with a hometown show at NYC’s Webster Hall on December 3. See below for itinerary.
The Seated Fan Club ticket pre-sale begins on Wednesday, August 10, at 12 PM PT here.
Last month, Capitol Records released “Crash Course,” Blu’s collaboration with Biig Piig.
Emmaline is a 23-year-old singer and songwriter possessing a smoky, jazz-infused, genre-fluid voice admirable as much for the range of traditional sounds she draws upon, as for her startling freshness—fresh, as in new and innovative as well as in attitude and sly humor. Her songs are bold in statement and soft in feel, her flow supple and precise. She prides herself in being one who has listened with deep intention to her heroes—Anita O’Day and Billie Holiday, Erykah Badu and D’Angelo—and has already learned to rise above questions of category with a healthy sense of musical identity and forethought.
This Ohio artist has 2 releases: All My Sweetest Dreams and Necessity. Necessity includes “Ladylike”, “You Don’t Know What Love Is”, “Necessity” and “Peppermint Kisses.”
Emmaline is part of the new class of jazz artists. You can hear the jazz greats wrapped in her music. Her own music has the sound of being standards for years to come.