The Lovebirds (US)
San Diego, CA
Singer Songwriter / Folk Pop
want the good news or bad news first? Bad news out of the way? Ok.
1. The Lovebirds have decided
to discontinue their romantic partnership in order to preserve their musical partnership.
While this is a very personal and private matter, we felt it was important to address
this online just as we would any other big news in our lives. You have shown us
abundant support through the years, and we hope you will continue to do so. We still
love each other deeply and share a connection that transcends the bounds of any
relationship status. With that said, The Lovebirds are still very much in tact and
still very much focused on our new album and tour. We truly believe that making
and sharing music together is our life's purpose and the reason we were brought
together. We have also witnessed its healing powers through a host of other obstacles
in our lives. We know it is the thing worth saving because it is the thing that
has saved us time and time again. How will they do it, you might ask. Are they crazy,
you might ponder. Love is All it Takes, we will answer. And yes, we are Nutsy Pants.
We hope to see your smiling faces on May 2nd as we release our new album and celebrate
a new chapter of our lives. We hope you will continue to support us whil respecting
our personal privacy as we commit to world domination with The Lovebirds.
Whew - now that that's out of the way...We are releasing our brand new album "and
a one, and a two." We could not be more thrilled with how this record turned
out. Our producer Jeff Berkley made us sound like golden goddesses. :) The release
party will take place on Thursday May 2nd at Ruby Room, 9pm. Our friends Sister
Speak will open the night. Very special guests, who are too special to be named
as openers for little ol' us, will also be performing...you don't wanna miss it!
But if you are out of town, don't worry...you can find the album online (itunes,
amazon, etc.) on May 2nd!
The day after our release party, we are headed out on the road! Our West Coast Tour
will take us all the way up to Washington and back down again. Please, please, pretty
please, check out our dates and help us spread the word! Gigs on the road can be
tough, so we appreciate any and all support! More details can be found at www.thelovebirds.com
you so much for your support over the last years. We feel so great about this album
and can't WAIT for you to hear it. Lovebirds for life!
"Who’s interested in learning more about an adorable lesbian folk/pop duo
made up of two award-winning songwriters who just happen to be in love with each
other? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Meet Lindsay White and Veronica
May – aka, The Lovebirds. With solo projects thriving, these two San Diego
musicians have come together to create their debut effort as a unit with the release
of Nutsy Pants. Give a listen to their album and it’s clear they have talent.
Watch their spoof YouTube video and it’s hilariously obvious that they have
humor. And keep reading this interview and you’ll see that even when they
face challenges, they definitely have what it takes to overcome them, together." Rachel,
"The Lovebirds – award-winning
San Diego songwriters Veronica May and Lindsay White – are band mates, but
here’s the kicker: they’re soulmates too. The duo has been a romantic
couple for two years. Their style is comprised of guitar and ukulele riffs, offering
an old-timey love song feel but with a modern tempo and harmonies so tight you’ll
swear in ecstasy or disbelief. Skating the line between folk and pop, The Lovebirds
perform all original songs." Holly Hatch, Out Front Colorado
"Then there were the Lovebirds!
I have been listening to Veronica May for quite some time now. There are no words
to explain the amazing musician she is. However, this was the first time I’ve
seen the Lovebirds live. With the incredible guitar skills of Veronica May and
the sweet voice of Lindsay White, they really spoke to me. They display a sweet,
folksy sound that is enhanced with the harmonica played by Jeffrey Joe on their
blues songs. The heartfelt emotions that are expressed through their songwriting
is similar to the Indigo Girls or Ani DiFranco, but they are very unique in their
instrumentation and vocal harmonies. With the all around talent of Veronica May
on guitar, vocals, ukulele, and occasionally the drums, she entertains alone, but
then you add the sweet, innocent voice of Lindsay White and you have some incredible
stories that are told. They are free, open, and expressive in their art and can
really make you laugh!" Mayor Tom's Speech (blog)
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