On her debut solo album Obadiah, Frazey Ford has been lauded by the New York Times, Daily Beast and Boston Globe to sound like a mix of Al Green, Joni Mithell and Neil Young. Her bluesy-folk melodies and soulful lyrics are paint a picture of both the happiness and hardships of life.
In her former incarnation she played part in the East Vancouver alt folk trio, The Be Good Tanyas, Frazey and the band achieved cult status since their beginning in the late 90’s.
But now she’s ready to tell her own story with a solo album she describes as being “moved by motherhood, earth and land.”
Check out Frazey Ford in an intimate show Aug. 11, at the Hotel Cafe, 16231/2 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, 323.461.2040 Map I14 www.hotelcafe.com