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Schack Singer Songwriter Series

Sept. 13, Doors open 6:30pm.

Everett Music Initiative (EMI) presents a new Singer Songwriter Series at the Schack Art Center.

The first concert in the series helps kick off Schack-toberfest on Thursday September 13 and features Shelby Earl and Sarah Feinberg (TELLERS).

Tickets are $10

Doors open at 6:30pm

About Shelby Earl

"Shelby Earl's first two albums earned the kind of raves any musician would kill for. Upon hearing her 2011 debut, Burn the Boats, NPR's Ann Powers called Earl her "new favorite songwriter," and she wasn't alone. Accolades followed from Rolling Stone to the Wall Street Journal and a million music publications in between that positioned her somewhere to the left of Neko Case, a few blocks from Sharon Van Etten, catercorner to Angel Olsen. She toured everywhere, playing with the likes of Loudon Wainwright, Rhett Miller, and Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, who spoke for many people when he said Earl had "the most heartbreakingly beautiful voice in Seattle." 2017 saw the release of Earl's third, and most accomplished record to date, The Man Who Made Himself a Name." - Sean Nelson (Harvey Danger / The Stranger)  Full bio, press pics, and more here.

About Sarah Feinberg

Sarah Feinberg is best known as the lead singer for the band TELLERS of Everett, WA. She grew up in a musical household nestled in the foothills of the Cascade mountains. Her mother taught her and her three siblings to play guitar, and she wrote her first song at eleven. At eighteen, she made fast friends with future band member Brad Heyne, and the first seed of TELLERS was sewn. They drifted apart as sometimes happens, until a few years later when they found themselves back in the same city at the same time. "I asked Brad and another friend to accompany me to a solo gig at a local pub," says Feinberg. "The gig went well, and afterwards, Brad asked, "So when is our next practice?" TELLERS was born. Learn more about Sarah and TELLERS here.