We are giving away a pair of tickets to Shane Alexander, Jason Dodson and Seth Warren (Maldives), A Breakthrough in Field Studies, and The Accountants this Sunday at El Corazón. To win, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Will will be drawn and emailed on Friday, February 15th.
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Jason Dodson and Seth Warren (Maldives)
A Breakthrough in Field Studies | The Accountants
Sunday, February 17th, 2013 | 7PM Doors | All Ages | $8 ADV / $10 DOS
109 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 381-3094 | Order Tickets Now
Shane Alexander is a contemporary American singer-songwriter and musician. Alexander was born in San Diego, California, raised in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and is currently residing in Southern California.
Alexander’s songs range from dark and stirring to subtle and romantic, and are centered around evocative vocals and complex, soulful guitar playing. His smooth vocal style has drawn comparisons to singers Jeff Buckley, Jackson Brown and Art Garfunkel.
Dozens of his songs have appeared on television shows, including The Real World, Laguna Beach, Brothers & Sisters, Bones, Big Shots, “White Collar”, Criminal Minds, and Wildfire.
On June 1, 2010, Alexander released Mono Solo, his fourth full-length album. Billy Mohler, who co-produced Stargazer and The Sky Below, produced the album. The new collection marked a quantum leap, both in songwriting and in production, for Alexander. Inspired by stories picked up while touring the U.S. and Europe, the effect of the economic crisis on those around him, and the tragic death of a lifelong friend, each track on Mono Solo conveys a sense of reverence for life, love, and stability. “Corey’s Song” is Alexander’s farewell ode to Corey James Daum, who was killed in a drunk driving accident in Nashville. The album is dedicated to his friend.
The track “Carrollton” was licensed for the television show One Tree Hill on the WB Network before the album was even released.