Live Video: The Cave Singers at The Triple Door

Live Video, Local Music
Jim Beckmann
photo by Morgen Schuler (view set)

It hasn't been that long since Seattle band The Cave Singers performed songs from their excellent 2013 album, Naomi, live in the KEXP studio, so when we asked them to perform a special session as part of KEXP's VIP Club Concert series just three months later, they went back to their own studio and relearned their songs with a new, stripped down approach. Mixing new songs with older favorites with these warmer, more intimate arrangements, Pete, Derek, Marty and Morgan managed to transport the packed house of KEXP Amplifiers from the luxurious Triple Door in Seattle to the lush woods of their imaginations. Find your cave here:

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