Galentine's Day

The Crocodile Presents:

Galentine's Day

Susan G, Beth Whitney, Amanda Winterhalter, Caitlin Sherman

Thu, February 14, 2019

8:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$12 Adv.

This event is 21 and over

Susan G
Susan G
Susan G has transitioned from her roots as a singer/songwriter to her rightful place as a pop artist. Moving through organic and ethereal easy listening to heavy synths and head-nodding beats, Susan G combines pop production and silky soulful vocals with a throwback R&B flavor that is instantly irresistible from the first note. She has performed world-wide and shared the stage with Colbie Caillat, Austin Jenckes, Vicki Martinez, and many more.



Susan G is a Seattle-based singer/songwriter and influencer who creates music and lifestyle content through the eyes of an indie artist. Find her on Instagram, Youtube, and follow along with her personal journey on her blog at susangmusic.com.



“Susan G brings to the table a fresh new sound infused with a touch of nostalgia and a poppy catch to her music.”

-Buzz Media, Los Angeles
Beth Whitney
Beth Whitney
Beth Whitney crafts original wild folk in the seasonally rich mountains of the Pacific Northwest. “She delves beneath the surface-- sometimes far beneath... What she creates during that search is haunting and eerily beautiful.” Frank Gutch Jr., No Depression. Often performing as a duo, husband/collaborator Aaron Fishburn folds in steady rhythms and swelling bows with unmatchable tone on the upright bass.

After touring the nation together and more recently as part of the award-winning duo, The Banner Days (now with over 2 millions streams on Spotify,) Beth has emerged with her 5th studio album. The Wild Unrest is a seasoned collection of “very personal songs with wide open arms.” James Diaz, Anti-Heroin Chic.

Released at The Triple Door in the winter of 2017, and a slight departure from her usual folk-pop sound, listeners experience 7 songs that merge as a single work, where wilderness and the human heart collide. "Beth Whitney pulls the listener inside that cabin with her, to experience what she experiences as the vessel, the flickering form, the inspired messenger." Carol Banks Weber, Festival Peak.
Amanda Winterhalter
Amanda Winterhalter
A life between grey coastlines and ragged mountains gave Amanda Winterhalter a scope for the gothic Americana music she creates with her Seattle-based band. Joined by Geoff Larson on upright bass, Nick Drozdowicz on electric guitar, and Rick Weber on drums, the band showcases an arcing sound that unfolds and lifts as light as a sheet in one song, or drives and builds to a frenetic fuzz on another. With their multi-genre backgrounds in jazz, folk, country, gospel, blues, and rock, they infuse Winterhalter’s songs with a broad palette of styles that forms a cohesive grit and tenderness.



Winterhalter’s voice remains the centerpiece of the sound. With her straightforward lyrics and the multi-faceted edge in her tone, she voices, as one listener put it, “the ache of America.” Celebrated northwest folk artist David Maloney noted, “to hear that depth from one so young is truly moving. [Her] voice not only soars but I also love the tender, more vulnerable sound along the way.” Jon Rooney and Zach Warnes for Ball of Wax noted Winterhalter’s considerable range and refreshing approach from lyrics to production. Northwest Music Scene wrote, “get ready to add another name to the list of super talented female singers in Seattle . . . upon first listen we were hooked on her delicate yet powerful vocals . . . the fantastic backing band she’s assembled has the uncanny ability to seemingly read her mind, creating the perfect foundation to let her voice be heard.”
Caitlin Sherman
Caitlin Sherman
Seattle based singer-songwriter Caitlin Sherman of Evening Bell & Slow Skate is goin' solo
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/