Marcia Ball: Grammy-Nominated Blues Singer-Songwriter at the Triple Door
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The last date listed for Marcia Ball was Wednesday April 13, 2011 / 9:30pm (Doors Open at 9:00pm).
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Ottmar Liebert, renowned nouveau flamenco guitarist, and his band Luna Negra perform live at the Triple Door in Seattle. The five-time Grammy nominee has released 25 albums, earning 38 gold and platinum certifications in the USA, plus more awards around the world. His debut, 1990's double-platinum Nouveau Flamenco, is one of the best-selling guitar albums ever -- pretty impressive for a man who, up to that point, had worked a series of odd jobs, including dishwasher, bike messenger, truck driver and bank teller. Don't miss his yearly stop at the Triple Door. Learn More
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“A sensational, saucy singer and superb pianist… where Texas stomp-rock and Louisiana blues-swamp meet.” —_USA Today _
“A little rock, a lot of roll, a pinch of rhythm and a handful of blues.” —No Depression
Check out Marcia’s sound at her website.
Singer/pianist Marcia Ball knows how to raise roofs and tear down walls with her infectious, intelligent and deeply emotional brand of southern boogie, rollicking, roadhouse blues and heartfelt ballads. Over the course of her three-decade career, Ball has earned a huge and intensely loyal following all over the world. Her exquisite piano playing and passionate, playful vocals fuse New Orleans and Gulf Coast R&B with Austin’s deep songwriting tradition.
Four time Grammy nominee, including her last three albums: Peace, Love & BBQ (2008), Live! Down The Road (2005) and So Many Rivers (2003), plus an earlier nomination for Sing It! (1998) with Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson.
Gulf Coast Music Hall Of Fame Inductee (2010)
Winner of eight Blues Music Awards – four wins in the last five years for Best Piano Player of the Year, plus recent wins for Best Contemporary Blues – Female Artist of the Year (twice), and once each for Contemporary Blues Album of Year for So Many Rivers, and Blues Album of the Year for Presumed Innocent.