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Seattle songwriter Debbie Miller is like a tantalizing book of short stories. In fact, there are few musicians who work as diligently as she to be as narratively engaging.
Miller, who has played prominent Northwest festivals like Timbrrr! and Upstream, has also opened for the world famous von Trapp family and shared bills with Damien Jurado and Courtney Marie Andrews, among others, displaying her prowess for honesty and playfulness, inducing laughter and tears.
In October 2018, Miller appeared on PBS’s “The Great American Read,” which highlighted her song, “Queen of Hearts.” The track appears on her recent 7″ vinyl release ‘Two Sides.’
“It is rare for a folk act to cradle whimsy in the arms of talent. Most come across as a Steve Martin ripoff, not Debbie Miller. The talent is definitely there — the multi-instrumentalist sings, plays piano and guitar — but so is the fancifulness.” – Nada Mucho’s “41 Seattle Bands We’re Watching in 2019”
“Debbie is a local talent you need to hear.” – Sonic Boom Records
Reminiscent of the great songwriters with a fresh and captivating perspective both lyrically and melodically, Thedrifterluke’s songwriting draws you in with a clear expressive tone and thought provoking and introspective lyrics. One listen through his catalog and you’re sure to find a new classic.
Originally from Oklahoma, Anna got her start in music in the musical theatre world, and began classical vocal training at age 14. In college, she expanded her repertoire to jazz and choral music.
After moving to Seattle in 2013, she branched out to the indie music scene, and joined folk-rock band, Pocket Panda. Since then, she has accompanied many Seattle singer-songwriters and begun writing her own music in the Fall of 2016, and has been well received by audiences for her emotional, heartfelt tunes, and catching piano riffs. Her latest project is DATENITE, DATENITE blends classical vocal and piano training with an expressive and groovy rhythm section, which adds a danceable and playful feeling to songs that often start out as somber singer-songwriter material.