Navid Eliot

Navid Eliot

“This is folk music at the highest level.”
— Greg Jones, Ear to the Ground Music

Navid Eliot is best know as the songwriter and frontman of the band Planes on Paper, but he is also an active touring sideman, studio guitarist, and producer for a slew of well-loved Northwest artists. Navid’s solo sets focus on showcasing unheard new works, as well as exploring a huge catalogue of the folk and pop covers that have influenced his writing. He has been celebrated and featured by The John F. Kennedy Center, American Songwriter Magazine, The Seattle Times, Relix Magazine, and dozens of other venues and print media outlets. Navid’s songs have enjoyed airplay on KEXP Seattle, NPR, WNYU New York, KCSN Los Angeles, WXPN Philadelphia, WNRN Charlottesville, OPB Portland, XRAY.fm Portland, and many many more.

“Navid’s voice barely rises above a whisper, but his words have the fury of Shakespeare and the fire of the old testament. [...] Plangent doom-folk, with a religious mystic level of self-reflection. Delivered with instrumentation so gentle that it’s therapeutic it finds a path through extreme isolation, and anti-social behavior, to acceptance and surrender, and eventually happiness.”
— Sean Jewell, American Standard Time

$5

Tickets

$5 cover for ages 15 and up. All ages until 9pm.

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Upcoming Events
Alberta Street Pub