The Lovebirds (US)
San Diego, CA
Singer Songwriter / Folk Pop
was a whirlwind, and October is going to be just as crazy. We just returned from
a lovely but quick trip to Moab, UT, where we played at a pride festival for some
of the nicest human beings we've ever met. We made some new friends and as usual,
some new memories. For example, Lindsay got pulled over about 30 seconds after
renting a car and narrowly escaped a ticket (thanks, Dimples!). Check out all
the exciting news for this month...
1. Our new album and a one, and a two (click to purchase) is
nominated for San Diego Music Award for Best Local Recording!
The awards ceremony will take place next Wednesday - it's the perfect excuse
for all the musicians in town to get dolled up and hang out together! Fingers crossed,
we'll let you know how it goes!
2. We have a BIG show coming up tomorrow (Fri) October 4th at the Museum of Making
Music in Carlsbad! We would really love to see you come out to this show, as it
is a big deal when bigger music venues book and support local artists. They can
only continue to do so when people come out to see those local acts, so that's
where you come in! Please purchase tix and bring a friend! $10 gets you
a concert, a pizza, and a beverage! A perfect little Friday night, dontcha think?
show for this month takes place next Saturday October 19th - a Feeding the Soul
Foundation event benfitting the Keep A Breast Foundation. How cool is it that we
get to contribute our music for good causes on a regular basis? It makes our little
lovebird hearts so happy! We would love to see you there to help us support this
wonderful foundation! Purchase tix here.
4. Our first
official music video for the song "UNI" should be ready to screen
by the end of the month! Woo-hoo! We can't wait to see the finished result and
we are so grateful to our friends Jaymee and Leylla, along with their wonderful
crew and our awesome actors and volunteers, for making it all happen. We'll
keep you posted with deets for the screening party!
5. Last but not least, another HUGE announcement. The Lovebirds are gearing up to
sign with a professional booking agent, Hina Chow. Hina is based in Denver, CO and
brings years of music industry experience to the table. What does this mean for
The Lovebirds? More shows, more cities, more festivals, more venues, more contacts,
more touring! Hopefully we'll be coming to a city and venue near you soon -
reply to this email with any suggestions and we'll try to make it happen!
That's all for this month! Hope to see you at a show soon!
"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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