Tacoma Love Show
Kim Archer, Champagne Sunday, Angie Lynn, Sotaria, Jessica Lynne, Sister Madame, Forest Beutel, Strangely Alright
5412 S Tacoma Way
Tacoma, WA, 98409
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
If you enjoy a variety of GOOD MUSIC led by an unforgettable voice and delivered with impressive skill, Kim Archer is an artist you must see and hear!
Known for her raw, powerhouse performances and personable interaction with her audiences, Kim Archer has attracted a large and loyal following of fans in the Pacific Northwest and across the country. For over a decade this lifelong musician has entertained standing-room-only crowds with her vocally-driven soulful rock and honest songwriting. Whether she’s playing a premier venue with her award-winning band, or an intimate club for a solo show, Archer never disappoints.
With guitar in hand she commands the stage playing her own original songs, or conjuring up a whole new vibe on vintage hits so that they sound fresh and wonderfully different.
Powerful, honest, edgy, and refreshingly original, Champagne Sunday attacks the stage with a show that is heartfelt, engaging, and performed with a desperate enthusiasm and chemistry seldom seen in today’s bands. Champagne Sunday transcends genre enough to create their own, coalescing the multi-genre tastes of today’s fickle audiences into a catalog that defies traditional definition.
Singer, songwriter, barista,
crazy cat lady.
You can see me around Tacoma singing with any number of talented musicians. I also write and perform my own music as well. I'm just doing what I love, whether that is crafting a simple song about my experiences, refashioning a metal song into a heartfelt ballad, or bringing down the house with belting out a chorus, I'd love for you to be a part of it.
funky, jazz soul sister with reason.
"Miranda Lambert-like spunk" - Janet Goodman, Music News Nashville
Jessica Lynne, a sensational and rising country star, Nashville Recording Artist and London Tone Music’s latest signing moved to the US from Denmark in 2010 and immediately took the scene. Compared to luminaries like Dolly Parton and Miranda Lambert Jessica Lynne has taken the Northwest by storm. She has already played legendary stages as the Gorge Amphitheater and the Triple Door, a natural step up from her being the Washington State Winner of the Texaco Country Showdown. With big names like Bob Rivers starting to pay attention to her it is clear we can expect big things from Jessica Lynne.
"Pure country gold" - James Moore, Independent Music Promotions
Married musicians Laurel Lundgren (lead vocals) and June Nelson (guitar) began their vision for Sister Madame when they met at age fifteen. Ten years later, they (along with drummer Chad Russell) are bringing to life shimmering and visceral stories of vengeance, mental illness, past lives, and queer love. With dynamic vocal harmonies and a blues-influenced spin on acoustic rock, their signature sound hearkens back to the spirit of folk troubadours of yore. They are currently recording their debut album in Tacoma, WA.
Forest has been in nationally touring bands since he was 18 years old. As a one man band, he is currently pioneering the Americana Blues genre, drawing influences from roots music across the U.S. Beutel's voice blends the high lonesome sounds of Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt with gruff baritone vibrations akin to Tom Waits and Johnny Cash. His banjo, harmonica, and voice combine to create soulful sounds painting a landscape of the 21st Century American experience.
Strangely Alright is a quirky,colorful band of brothers that create rock sprinkled with some electronics and a lyrical message to be who you are and that love is the answer. The peace and love vibe along with some crunchy guitars and pretty harmonies give a sound of that has, as Rockford Rowley from The Weekly Volcano says, “an undeniable emotional appeal. Ringing, triumphant chords and lyrics that allude to conquered tribulations immediately make the music relatable to everyone." And time can have a tricky way of beating people down and telling them to forget who they wanted to be and who they are. The fact that some members of the strangely clan are in recovery brings to mind the reality that people can find what was once lost.
$15.00 - $40.00
In honor of celebrating love during this Valentine’s Season
A gathering of Tacoma artists will share their original songs and raise money for two non-profit organizations* serving some of the most challenged people in our community. Giving back through music.
* Net proceeds from the Tacoma Love Show will be donated to:
· The Pierce County YWCA - transforming the lives of domestic violence victims through safety, healing and empowerment. www.ywcapiercecounty.org
· The Community Resource Center @ Lincoln High School - supporting homeless students in Tacoma - https://vimeo.com/231083208/1b0783b4b8