Annie Lynch (of Annie & the Beekeepers) and Michaela Anne, plus Josh Harty
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
Seattle, WA
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Annie Lynch (of Annie & the Beekeepers) and Michaela Anne, plus Josh Harty
Annie Lynch (of Annie & the Beekeepers) and Michaela Anne

"Lynch and the Beekeepers create symphonic, slow- burning tunes that strike a lovely balance between heavy emotion and light, sparse sound"  -Paste Magazine

"When I first listened, it was one of the few times in months where I dropped everything and just sat down. When was the last time you really sat down and just stopped everything to listen? Lynch has achieved that and so much more with her modest three-piece band." -Consequence of Sound

"Lynch's understated vocals and songwriting are reminiscent of Jolie Holland or the Be Good Tanyas"  -Boston Globe

"As Annie & the Beekeepers continue to record and tour on a half-Country, half-Folk platform, the distinctions between the genres grow less and less distinct to them. It reflects in the group's sometimes bluesy, sometimes jazzy renditions of Folk and Country songs. The group seems more inclined to keep coloring outside the lines of mainstream music's expectations." -Cincinnati City Beat


Americana UK:
. . . Harty has a warm, intimate performance style. You can ease into his songs from the first note and his voice has that perfect combination of resignation and hope. The songs are all downbeat, even mournful, and Harty's performances are utterly convincing, whether on the doom-laden "Whiskey & Morphine", the more upbeat tune (but downbeat lyrics) of "Sweet Solution". . .

No Depression:
I reckon this'll be the third album for Wisconsin native Josh Harty. Coming from an intensely musical background, he seems to have been playing and performing most of his 30-odd years and his fluency on the acoustic guitar is a testament to all those years of playing. As a songwriter, I would say he's striving to be as honest, as true to an emotion, as he can possibly get. . . there is a dignity to this music making that leaves us feeling enriched for the experience. . .

8pm show, 7pm doors
ALL AGES, mostly seated

Fremont Abbey Arts Center

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


Music > Indie

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