Tyler Edwards & The Mighty Kind

The Crocodile Presents:

Tyler Edwards & The Mighty Kind

Hyways, Kathleen Murray

Wed, March 13, 2019

7:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$13 Adv.

This event is 21 and over

Tyler Edwards
Tyler Edwards
Beginning his career in 2008, Tyler Edwards wrote and performed with the rock band I Anthem. After releasing two EPs and an LP, I Anthem had multiple songs breaking the Top 10 on Billboard's Rock Charts and music featured on MTV and NASCAR. In 2015, Edwards launched his solo career with a 6-song EP, “Too Young for Love” and moved across the country to Seattle, Washington.

Since relocating to Seattle, Tyler has cultivated a strong grass-roots following, building from open-mics to selling out notable venues around the city. The stark honesty and passion that make his live shows so compelling also translates into his recorded work. Ear to the Ground Music notes that “...Edwards has a genuineness about him that makes his album infinitely listenable".

The release of his debut full length album, “A Few Good Hearts" gives listeners a personal insight into his change and growth since moving to Seattle, and bridges his musical influences in rock, folk, and country. With lyrics as a focal point, the music moves in and around the words to tell a unique story with a beautiful sonic landscape.
Hyways
Hyways
A new Seattle project led by singer-songwriter Mike Giacolino, featuring an all star line up with members of Son Volt, Sera Cahoone, and Rose Windows.

Their new, self titled, debut album, pushes the boundaries of genres by seamlessly mixing country and psychedelia with indie rock, folk and prog rock.
Kathleen Murray
Kathleen Murray
Kathleen Murray has been writing songs for over a decade. Her approach has evolved but remains true to its roots, as a form of process. Inspired by the farmland and forest surrounding Watsonville, California her debut album Woodland Voices (2014) presents themes of spiritual unrest and “learning how it's not always bold to be alone.”

Throughout her work you will find sweeping harmonies and layered strings, presenting a dreamlike backdrop to visual lyricism. Her sophomore album, titled Desert Dream, evaluates the difference between hard times and change. Surrounded by separation and divorce she explores the qualities of love and loss with poignancy and wisdom beyond her years.

Now dividing her time between Washington and California, Kathleen prepares for the release of her third album. Staying true to the autobiographical form, she fearlessly tackles the tensions between spirituality, sexuality, and an ever churning mind.
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/