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Shelby Earl

Shelby Earl

Feb 3rd 2018 @ The Triple Door

Seattle, WA
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About Shelby Earl
Genres:
Indie Rock, Songwriter
Band Members:
Shelby Earl & Friends
Hometown:
Seattle, WA

"Shelby Earl’s first two albums earned the kind of raves any musician would kill for. Upon hearing her 2011 debut, Burn the Boats, NPR’s Ann Powers called Earl her “new f...
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Shelby Earl "Songs for Singing" feat. Passenger String Quartet & guest Sean Nelson
Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
8:00 PM
The Triple Door
216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101-2102
35 RSVPs
SHELBY EARL "Songs for Singing" (feat. Passenger String Quartet & Billy Brush) w/ Sean Nelson 'My friend & producer Damien Jurado said to me recently, "You know what I want? I want to hear your songs totally stripped down, performed with just your voice and a piano. Can you play a show like that?" To which I answered "of COURSE!"' - Shelby For one night only, Shelby Earl will perform a selection of her original songs in a classic, "American Songbook" style, accompanied only by solo piano and string quartet. Featured instrumentalists Billy Brush (piano) and The Passenger String Quartet will help Earl reimagine arrangements of songs off her latest studio album (The Man Who Made Himself a Name), as well as selected songs from her previous two releases (Swift Arrows and Burn the Boats). The inimitable Sean Nelson will open the night.
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About Shelby Earl
Genres:
Indie Rock, Songwriter
Band Members:
Shelby Earl & Friends
Hometown:
Seattle, WA

"Shelby Earl’s first two albums earned the kind of raves any musician would kill for. Upon hearing her 2011 debut, Burn the Boats, NPR’s Ann Powers called Earl her “new f...
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Fan Live Reviews
Tess
Seattle, WA@
Tractor Tavern
February 5th 2017
Wonderful performance. Great backing band, Shelby is an excellent singer/songwriter, with a beautiful voice to go along with an engaging on stage presence. My only complaint was the audience who talked through the acoustic pieces--so rude. I love the Tractor for its intimacy.
Ryan
Los Angeles, CA@
The Hotel Cafe
August 29th 2013
So good