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­­­­Watch out, ding dongs! Seattle songwriter Amanda Winterhalter just released her debut album Olea. I’ve been waiting for this one for exactly one million years.  And I’m happy to report  that Olea does not disappoint. The songs have a gritty charm that you won’t be able to shake. There’s nothing quite like Amanda’s voice, beautiful and haunting.

Olea is available via Amanda Winterhalter’s Bandcamp page. Don’t be a dummy, go buy it.

The Spider is the track that stands out above the rest. So good it’s tough to listen to. The song will take something from you. What exactly is unclear, but you know you won’t ever get it back. You have been warned.

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November 9th at the Royal Room

Amanda Winterhalter Album Release Super Party Show
7:30pm show

Amanda Winterhalter is having a big album release party on November 9th at the Royal Room. She’ll be performing with a full band — an all-star cast of Seattle musicians including  Geoff Larson, Wes Weddell, Rick Weber, Alex Guy, Joy Mills, Lucien La Motte, Reggie Garett, and probably few more folks I’m forgetting.

Also on the bill is the talented Julia Massey.

OMG this going to be good show! Come celebrate the release of this fantastic album. If you want to be extra cool, you can RSVP to the event via Facebook.

I’ll see you at the Royal Room on Wednesday.


*poster artwork by Travis Young at Inkd.