Round 2

Tonight (July 18th, 2005) the Q Cafe in Seattle hosted an “Intimate Evening” with Gabe Archer of The Pale Pacific, Graham Travis, and Dana Little of Late Tuesday.

I haven’t seen The Pale in concert before, but after being introduced to their music (by Erin once again) I would definitely love to see them. Gabe (their lead singer) was great, I was really impressed with his musical ability. All three on stage were pretty relaxed and down to earth. I am not familiar with Graham, but he seemed to have some decent stuff as well. Dana was lovely as usual, and I am always impressed with her skill at the keys (especially being able to chime in on other songs). The show was lovely, hearing Gabe and Dana back each other up with some great harmonies was quite pleasant!

Before a few pictures from the show, I thought I should plug the upcoming Woodsong Arts & Music Festival on Orcas Island. There will be a number of performers from Thursday through Saturday including The Pale and Late Tuesday (Jason Harrod was suppsed to be there, but couldn’t make it!). If you need directions / info / etc. check out their website.

And now some pictures from the evening at the Q Cafe.

Dana Little on the Keys

Dana Little, Graham Travis, and Gabe Archer

Graham Travis and Gabe Archer

Gabe Archer

If you want any larger images, just let me know!

  1. July 19th, 2005 at 07:41 | #1

    My sister, the one that lives in Olympia, says that Seattle is so condusive for music lovers. She says anytime you go to a bar there is live music. I live in a small county, but for being so small…we have a lot of interest in music and art. I love going to those intimate music performances like you talk about here. We have a lot of those around here. Great photos, I feel like I was there!

  2. July 19th, 2005 at 15:23 | #2

    Seattle is a great place for music, you can pretty much find any kind being played almost anywhere. There are some awesome jazz clubs, as well as venues suited for indie music. There is a full spectrum I think.

    You are lukcy if your town has such things, the small town that I grew up in didn’t have much at all for that (although it could also be that I wasn’t as interested so didn’t notice… probably a little of both).

    Glad you enjoyed the photos!

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