12/8: Gill Landry w/ Lizzie Weber - TICKETS AT THE DOOR TONIGHT
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
Seattle, WA
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Thursday Dec 08, 2016 8:00 PM - Thursday Dec 08, 2016 10:30 PM | $14.00


12/8: Gill Landry w/ Lizzie Weber - TICKETS AT THE DOOR TONIGHT

Gill Landry (of Old Crow Medicine Show) and Lizzie Weber @ Fremont Abbey
8:00 show, 7:00 doors

All ages, bar w/ ID, mostly seated.

14 adv / $18 door


Louisiana native, Gill Landry, is a singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, self-styled record producer, and storyteller. A roadside photographer, dark horse painter, shade tree mechanic, and then some. Hes hustled the streets from Paris to Bangkok, eaten acid with Kesey, hitchhiked America on day labor and daydreams, performed the dingiest of clubs to the most hallowed halls on multiple continents. Hes slept beneath bridges with brothers and in the feather beds of lordy estates. He got started cutting his musical teeth in the gutters of New Orleans and after chewing up road over half of America and Europe, he started writing songs; interpreting life from the curb up. Hes released multiple solo albums on the Nettwerk and ATO labels, and was a long time contributing member to the grammy award winning band Old Crow Medicine Show. In film he wrote the narration, narrated, and was featured in Austin to Boston which was produced by Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons, a documentary about a modern tour done "the old fashioned way."

Lizzie Weber:
Originally a singer/songwriter from St. Louis, MO, Lizzie Weber released her debut full-length album in January 2014. Lizzies roots in St. Louis have a lot to do with a woman so grounded. I feel as though growing up in St. Louis allowed me to develop strong values and a strong sense of self, a kind of self-awareness that sort of catapulted me into writing very personal and emotionally charged music.

Lizzie is, indeed steeped in music, like her hometown. Her debut was well received by the public. Huffington Post dubbed her single Falling Like Fools your new favorite song about heartbreak, while the music video for the track has been an official selection at seven international film festivals around the world and won awards at two of them. Most recently, it was selected out of 2,000 submissions to screen at the Reel Teal Film Festival, where it won "Best Music Video of 2016." No Depression called her debut a confessional record, but one that is very well-handled, never straying into the over-dramatic, but instead honing in on a sound which is personal, powerful, and, at times, perfect.



Seating is not reserved.

We have a mix of normal chairs, some tall chairs, and standing room in back if the show sells out

Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level

We are an all ages venue.

Please refrain from talking or texting during the show

We encourage you to use your own "retina screens" as well and limit your photos and videos as they distract other attendees.
Thank you

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Fremont Abbey Arts Center (View)
4272 Fremont Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103
United States


Music > All Ages

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!