Lindsay Fuller & Gregory Paul
Lindsay Fuller is an Alabama bred, Seattle-based songwriter who has been described as "Flannery O'Connor with a telecaster" (Twang Nation) on account of her gritty, haunting storytelling. Her most recen album The Last Light I See , a follow up to her debut Lindsay Fuller and The Cheap Dates, was released in June 2010.
Her unique voice has been described as a "burnished, soulful trill that sounds like the frame of a beautiful old church that's about to collapse on itself" (The Examiner) and "a delicious combo platter of soulfulness and vibrato that grabs you by the shoulders and gives you a good shake" (Spectrum
Culture). She recently had the opportunity to open some shows for national acts including the Indigo Girls and The Civil Wars. She and her band (The Cheap dates) are currently working on a new record that they plan to release in the fall of 2011.
Gregory Paul spent most of his life as a musician in Upstate, NY before moving to Seattle in May, 2009. He has been touring and releasing solo albums sporadically since 1996 consisting of haunted, mesmerizing songs and compositions with folk, traditional, psych, experimental and minimalist influences. He currently earns a living as a street musician performing old time clawhammer banjo songs at the Pike Place Market.
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Seattle, WA 98103
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