Indie Series show #2 - Cataldo w/Marshall McLean Band
Cataldo: It happens to all good musicians eventually. After spending most of his 20s working to establish himself in the indie music culture of his adoptive hometown of Seattle, Eric Anderson looked up to discover that he felt more dislocated than ever. Despite having earned a loyal following for his band Cataldowhose three albums have burnished his reputation as a serious and distinctive songwriterAnderson found that each step along the path of building a career and body of work, no matter how successful, had led to a larger restlessness. After a year off, and an earnest rethinking of his writing, recording, and performing reflexes, Anderson and his band returned with "Gilded Oldies," one of the most anticipated and subsequently celebrated albums to come out of Seattle in years.
The Marshall McLean Band was born out of the Northwest, and it carries with it the unique sound that is becoming distinct to this part of the country. The four-piece band, based out of Spokane, has brought forth a fresh idea; that one can merge elements of thoughtful songwriting in folk, the driving force of rock, and the melodic accessibility of Americana and carve out a new genre - a kind of NW Americana Rock.
Indie Series sponsored by Abeyta Nelson Injury Law
Tickets also available in-person on 10/28 at Off The Record, located at 901 Summitview Ave
The Seasons Performance Hall (View)
101 N Naches Ave
Yakima, WA 98901
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|