Vaudeville Etiquette

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📷 Charles Peterson

Vaudeville Etiquette are a Psych-Folk band from Seattle, WA. I don’t like pin-holing musicians but I would say they are also in the Alt Country crowd as well. They have some great tracks reminiscent of The Handsome Family,

Vaudeville Etiquette is:
Bradley Laina- guitar, vocals
Tayler Lynn- vocals, percussion
Matt Teske- pedal steel, mandolin
Robin Croen- bass
Bryce Gourley- drums

So, let’s get to the music.

This has to be the greatest entrance ever. And the tambourine survived.
And then the sweetest alt country sounds you ever heard. I just love this song. This is the song that introduced me to Vaudeville Etiquette, and I’m so glad I found it. This band is going to be on the playlist for a long time.
Devils Daughter

Vaudeville Etiquette takes to the water for a new version of Devils Daughter.

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📷 Derecola.Photo

This is a little more recent, this is an awesome track from their most recent album “AURA VISTA MOTEL”. And I defy you to keep your feet from tapping. This track really rocks along. And you could go cross eyed and crazy with that Kaleidoscopic going on there. Love it.
Crosseyed Crazy

Directed by Bradley Laina
Kaleidoscopic graphics by Ken Meyering at HDColors.com

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Damn Lovely is a perfect description of this young ladies voice. Just the sort of song to listen to on a long hot summers night. Did I just steal from Meatloaf? Nahhh. Just kick back and enjoy it.
Damn Lovely

(C) 2016 Vaudeville Etiquette

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📷 Rich Zollner Photography

Here’s a great song from their first album, “Debutantes & Dealers”, the was filmed live at the Tractor Tavern, Seattle WA. Gives you a good idea of what an awesome night you would have if you attended one of their gigs.
They are one tight band and I just love Tayler’s voice.
Blood & Bone

Special thanks to the film crew, and lighting tech Sexy Levra!

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📷 Lori Palmer Thompson

In the sometime tradition of this blog, here’s a great live version of the first song above. I told ya I loved this song. The same credits as the track above, from that hot night in the Tractor Tavern, Seattle WA.
Devil’s Daughter

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