Gabrielle Aplin @ Chop Suey

The Crocodile Presents:

Gabrielle Aplin @ Chop Suey

John Splithoff

Thu, March 8, 2018

7:00 pm

Chop Suey

Seattle, WA

$16 Adv.

This event is all ages

This is the rescheduled date from the previously postponed show in September. Tickets purchased for the first show will be honored. 

Gabrielle Aplin
Gabrielle Aplin
Gabrielle Aplin is an English singer-songwriter who gained a following online after publishing acoustic covers of songs by bands such as Paramore and You Me At Six on YouTube and now has over 38million views. At 19, Aplin announced she had signed to Parlophone Records and was recording her debut album. She gained mainstream attention when she featured on a Christmas advert with a cover of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 'The Power Of Love' smashing in to the charts at #1. Her debut album English Rain entered the charts at #2. Gabrielle has already sold out 7 UK tours and the 8th is selling out fast.
John Splithoff
John Splithoff
If it’s true that we are all products of our environment, then the multi-talented songwriter, singer and instrumentalist John Splithoff finds himself imbued with the vital and eclectic spirit of two of America’s most diverse musical cities. One listen to his smoky, soulful croon and the breezy way his songs half-step and skip smoothly along the stage, and his hometown Chicago roots are obvious. It was there that Splithoff cut his teeth as a songwriter and performer, and he carried that warm, compositional adventurousness with him to his next and current stop in New York City. The urban soul of the Big Apple taught him to treat the swarms of people buzzing around him as an audience ripe for his evolving pop sound. As Splithoff has grown and moved across various gritty concrete landscapes, so too has his music, which deftly incorporates myriad elements from his surroundings and packages them into one unmistakable pop-soul-dance-urban experience.

Splithoff’s style is far from the kitchen-sink mentality permeating much of today’s airwaves: one of his strongest skills may be his ability to draw from his deep bag of tricks—piano, guitar, melody, rhythm— with precision and harnessed emotion. Now, 2016 finds him writing, touring, and releasing new material, with his sights set on expanding well beyond the two cities of his origin. To paraphrase Splithoff’s own confident delivery and assurances in his high-climbing, finger-snapping statement of a single, “Sing to You”: You don’t have to worry about a single thing, just let him sing to you…
Venue Information:
Chop Suey
1325 E Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98122
http://www.chopsuey.com/