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Love Crumbs and Sandy Bailey
at The Parlor Room
Saturday, May 20th
SHOW 7:30pm // DOORS 7:00pm
ADV Tickets: $22 GA / $20 MEMBERS
DOS Tickets: $27 GA / $25 MEMBERS
PUBLIC ON SALE: Friday, March 3rd
“There are great singers, and then there are great voices. Voices that grab you from the jump and make you go “Who *is* this?” Ali from Love Crumbs falls into the latter category” writes Postcard Elba.
Their first two single releases, ‘Cavalcades’ and ‘Ellipses’ garnered the group attention from celebrated outlets like American Songwriter and multiple Spotify Editorial Playlists like Fresh Finds. Since then, the group has shared the bill with acts like Suzanne Vega, Lake Street Dive, Father John Misty, Waxahachie, and Lori McKenna.
“[T]here are some artists so fizzing with potential that their success seems predestined,” Keep Walking Music writes of Love Crumbs. Stay tuned for more releases from Love Crumbs in the summer of 2023.
Indie-Americana artist Sandy Bailey is a biracial single mother with the voice of an angel. Her distinctive, gospel-tinged sound is driven by unique piano melodies and laced with raw electric guitar, earning comparisons to Norah Jones, Patsy Cline, Susan Tedeschi, and Patti Smith. For over a decade she’s been honing her songwriting, crafting bluesy, narrative anthems with characteristic, rough-edged warmth. After dropping her jazz-infused solo debut, Raven’s Flesh, in 2010, Bailey founded keys-driven soul-rock group Sister Jawbone, whose debut Live in the Studio EP was released in 2019.
With the upcoming 2023 release of her sophomore solo album, Daughter of Abraham, Bailey explores loneliness, survival, love, and loss through the lens of a working-class woman. The self-produced, 10-song collection showcases her signature gospel-bluesy sound, with contributions from guitarist Ryan Hommel (Amos Lee), bassist and engineer Marc Seedorf (Dinosaur JR, Lou Barlow), and drummer Don McAulay (Rolling Stones, Neil Young). Propelled by haunting piano, twangy choral harmonies, roomy percussion, and biting electric guitar, the album draws inspiration from songwriters like John Prine and Gillian Welch. Alluringly moody, the album is as approachable as it is complex, with songs inspired by Bailey’s own racial heritage and life experiences.
The Parlor Room is a BYOB venue. Tickets are non-refundable.
The Parlor Room is located at 32 Masonic Street Northampton, MA 01060
Date & Time
Sat, May 20, 2023 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM