She deftly switches pitches between verses and choruses, showcasing her immense talents as a singer and her unique four-octave vocal range.
"Sofar guests get to see new sides of Gainesville, or see spaces they love in a new light. As for artists, its kind of hard to put into words what makes an artist right for a Sofar: Gainesville show. There are certain elements, like the fact that they must put on a compelling live show, have a presence that works in an intimate setting, and generally make good music, but there’s another X-Factor that is harder to describe."
"Hailing from Atlanta, GA, Neighbor Lady's new track Oh Honey starts off with a guitar riff that makes me feel like I'm in an old soda pop store in the 1950s. Girls walking around in big poodle skirts, fresh melts being served, and "Oh Honey" is playing in the background on the juke box. "
Some try for years and never achieve the rare balance of original and familiar syllable combinations that you have to have in order to make it in this realm. This is a skill / talent that $anchez has zeroed in on and hit. Bang! Bull's eye!
"I think it's pretty safe to say that outside of music festival most people would never see such a diverse line up." Check out our photos from last month's Sofar Sounds Gainesville show.
During our Savannah Stopover adventures we got the chance to sit down with Wild Child. We caught up with Alexander Beggins (Lead Vocals, Baritone Ukulele) and Kelsey Wilson (Lead Vocals, Violin) after their sound check at Trinity Church in downtown Savannah, GA. Watch the video & learn more about their new record, touring and more.
In Savannah, we were able to do a session in the park with Ryan Jones where she preformed the song "Artist" on acoustic guitar which highlights her unique voice and the heaviness of her lyrics.
At Savannah Stopover, we were able to talk to the Orlando, Florida based band The Pauses behind Congress Street Social Club about their new album, Unbuilding, which is due out in June through Arctic Rodeo Recordings.
At Savannah Stopover, we were able to do an interview the The Sh-Booms in front of the Bradley Lock Key Shop near Downtown Savannah. In our interview, we were able to discuss their two new songs which were released in October along with the Orlando music scene and more.
We were able to speak to Alyse Vellturo, an artist better known as Pronoun about her new single, upcoming release and more at Orleans Square in Savannah, Georgia during Savannah Stopover. Make sure to watch the full video and listen to the track.