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Four Singers/songwriters Showcase: Amber Sweeney, Isaiah Dominguez, Eric Lilavois, and Ken Shima

Four Northwest  singer/songwriters are playing tonight.  

Amber Sweeney http://www.theambersweeney.com. is an accomplished soul/rock singer, songwriter, and recording artist who recently signed with Seattle based record label, London Tone Music, to release a single as part of their 52x52: A Year In Your Ear project. Her single “Lone Sailor,” produced by Geoff Ott, was digitally released on September 1, 2014, and reached the #4 spot on the iTunes blues charts.

Isaiah Dominguez  http://isaiahdominguez.com/  Seattle-based singer/songwriter Isaiah Dominguez returns with a batch of his most honest and thoughtful songs to date.Dominguez has been adamant about representing his hometown of Olympia, no matter where life takes him and his music reflects it.  His style, a unique blend of folk and pop/rock, has developed and evolved over the year

Eric Lilavois  http://ericlilavois.com/ i believe in love, in laughter, in learning, in creativity, in art.i produce amazing artists that i adore and you will too, and have worked with countless talented bands & individuals in a number of different ways over the years.i spend my days trading stories, and living in songs…i own crown city studios in pasadena ca, and the historic london bridge studio in seattle wa (alongside geoff ott, and jonathan plum.) both exceptionally inspiring  places to make a record, you’ll feel right at home…

Ken Shima  http://www.theslants.com/   is the lead singer for Portland’s The Slants - the first and only all-Asian American dance rock band in the world. They offer up catchy dance beats, strong hooks, and a bombastic live show that is “not to be missed” (The Westword). The Willamette Week says “While the band may well be best experienced live, Slants releases always promise a few blistering, note-perfect singles.” The music is the perfect combination of 80′s driven synth pop with hard-hitting indie, floor-filling beats which fans affectionately dub as “Chinatown Dance Rock.”