West Coast Songwriters Berkeley Playoffs I am a finalist in the annual Best Song competition for the Berkeley Chapter of WCS. So come hear me play two songs, and listen to the other amazing songwriters! Tickets are only $7 if you buy them in advance or before 7:00 pm the day of the show.
Accordion Babes Renee de la Prade, Amber Lee Baker and Onah Indigo of No Accordion will be performing as part of the Rogue festival. Tickets are $10, all-ages show. Three Accordion Babes combine forces to give you an unforgettable, sensual musical experience at the Full Circle Brewing Company. Renee de la Prade rocks a button box like she's trying to make it catch on fire. She rolls out zydeco, blues and rock music while dancing out the beat on her stompbox. http://www.squeezeboxgoddess.com/ Amber Lee Baker is a singer-songwriter with her own blend of sassy folk cabaret. Her beautiful voice and witty songs earn lots of smiles (and even outright crushes) from the audience. http://amberleeandtheanomalies.com/ No Accordion is a one-woman act featuring Onah Indigo who grooves on accordion, synthesizer and voice. She blends electronica rhythms with hypnotic melodies and strong, magnetic singing. http://www.noaccordion.com/ For more information about the Accordion Babes Pin-Up Calendar, visit http://www.accordionpinupcalendar.com/
https://www.facebook.com/events/911429682234389/ Bawdy Storytelling's 8 year anniversary. Best Of Bawdy "All The Way" I'm a recipient of a "Best of Bawdy" award and playing two songs!
The evening show after Lakeport's Oktoberfest! I will also be playing a short set during the day at the festival.
Sounds Like: Peggy Lee (Norma Delores Egstrom), Regina Spektor, Adele, Ingrid Michaelson, Norah Jones
Amber Lee Baker (aka Amber Lee and the Anomalies) is the Cover Babe of the 2012 Accordion Babes Album and Pin-Up Calendar! She performs original songs which range between bawdy cabaret, melodious folk ballads, gypsy tunes and soulful spirituals.
She has been extensively touring since 2008 and ty...See Full Bio
“Dressed to the nines, they bring an alpha-gypsy feel to their performance (Like this), and you’ll find yourself uncontrollably spinning and writhing as they lay out their intoxicating tunes. While Baker brings her own brand of polka-meets-cabaret to envelop her seductive balladry, de le Prade adds her unique zydeco/celtic-meets-punk attitude to the menu (Like this). The result of the tag-teaming duet is definitely powerful, and addictive.”