Sep 19 (Fri)
The Faradays
The Faradays

Songwriters & musicians Marty Mahre & Jim Cliff formed The Faradays in 2012. Their music reflects a wide range of influences & idioms – from Neil Finn & Elvis Costello to bluegrass & 70s power pop.  The Faradays present distinctively arranged, well-seasoned, intelligent song writing, offering a refreshing take on traditional & modern genres.

Stay tuned for performance & recording news on The Faradays’ social media pages:
Twitter: @Faradaysmusic

For more details & for booking information, please contact:

Sep 20 (Sat)
Songwriters in Seattle
Songwriters in Seattle

Anita Ensley (Makia) is leading the SiS group at SoulFood Books this Saturday Night! Great new songs and original material from 8-10 PM.

Visit SongwritersInSeattle.Com

Sep 24 (Wed)
Jacob Navarro

Details coming Soon!

Sep 25 (Thu)
Robyn Landis
Robyn Landis

One of SoulFood’s favorite Singer/Songwriter returns!

Robyn Landis is a gifted wordsmith and award-winning songwriter. Her articulate, passionate writing and deft phrasing has garnered repeated comparisons (nine, to be exact) to Richard Shindell, and a reputation among fellow songwriters as a superb lyricist.

Sep 26 (Fri)
Thom Lyons w/Clint McCune
Thom Lyons w/Clint McCune

Thom Lyons is a singer songwriter born and raised in London UK who, in early 2011, packed a suitcase and a guitar and traveled some 5000 miles to start a new life in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon.

It was the start of a musical rediscovery of sorts. Inspired by the friends and musicians he began to meet, the songs that began to pour out marked a shift towards the rootsy folk rock he had grown up loving – bands such as Counting Crows, REM, The Frames and Whiskeytown, tempered with the pop sensibilities of older favorites like Tom Petty and Elton John.

Employing a combination of beautifully crafted songs and a staggering voice that can jump from a rich, weathered baritone to a soaring falsetto, Thom has been winning over audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. Winter 2012 saw the release of his debut album, 10 infectious folk-pop songs filled with gorgeous musical and lyrical honesty.

What others are saying:

“The album combines upbeat bluesy sensibilities with a man willing to shed his skin for the world to see… Lyons’ sincerity is never in question, nor are his abilities as a musician”
Craig Bidiman – Portland Pick

“His bluesy and lovable vocal’s go perfectly with his catchy and at times heart-wrenching lyrics.”
Leah S. Pritchett – Outloud Magazine

“Thom Lyons brought lyrics and melody back to a scene where relying on rhyming “love” with “dove” had become too easy. He gave London a shot in the arm, then left us for America. We want him back!”
Emma Wilson – River Gibbs FM