Grace Love and the Dirty Church

Grace Love and the Dirty Church

Grace Love found her voice, gaining huge accolades from KEXP top the charts at 19 in 2015, and a global success of the hit song “Fire”. Grace embarked on a journey into different genres, communities and cultures exploring and searching for her true voice and calling. Playing with various talented, earnest, and dedicated musicians Love has helped transform the Seattle soul scene infusing it with the grandeur it enjoys today. Since 2006 Grace has been continuously stretching herself and winning audiences over to her brand of Love Music. Whether playing with the California Honeydrops, backing Melissa Etheridge or playing to notable industry giants such as Quincy Jones Grace has moved on and used all the experiences to inform her musical journey.

To continue the progress that her hard work has achieved, spreading her message that Love never dies, Music never lies.


Najah Monique Todd and Del Brown make up the dance-pop duo Mirrorgloss. Formed in 2012 in Tacoma, Washington, the two established a unique sound with their decision to focus on their vocal pairing as the foundation of their musical creation. The pair compliments each other with the combination of Najamoniq's soulful vocals interweaved with the edgier sounds of Del. The result is a dynamic sound that is truly inspiring.
The look of the band is as refreshing as their art, citing influences as eclectic as Jeff Buckley, Death From Above 1979, The Pretenders. and The Gossip. As style-conscious ladies plus-sized ladies, Mirrorgloss supports and promotes all types of beauty. Not just acceptance of, but the celebration of one's self. The ladies of Mirrorgloss believe that Sisterhood is less about competition but more of a building of a foundation upon which we can all stand and build each other up.

$12.00 - $14.00


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Fawcett Hall at Alma Mater