Glass Elevator returns to the live stage after more than 15 months, and to Seattle for the first time in nearly two years. Come see what we've been working on all this time.
Come join the fun and celebrate the release of 'Day 5', the long awaited 3rd album from The Hard Way! There will be live rock and brand spankin' new CDs!! It will blow your mind.
Glass Elevator's first live performance since June 2013. Come see what we've been doing for the last 15 months. Crowd the Sky will open the show at 9pm with their unique blend of organic electronica. Fruit Juice will follow with booty shaking glamorous pop so catchy you'll find yourself wondering why you don't know these songs already. Glass Elevator will close the show with their tight-wound stony brand of rock that will help you to feel like a human in a world increasingly trying to convince you otherwise. The show is at the Metcalf Manor. It is all ages, and you may bring your own refreshments. There is no charge to attend, but donations are greatly appreciated. After all, musicians work hard at what they do and everyone needs to buy new shoes once in a while.
Benefit show for Siobhan!...100% of the $$ raised goes to the recovery fund!!
Love and the Skull will be promoting their debut album "It's In Your Mind".
Sounds Like: Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Ween, They Might Be Giants, Radiohead
Bio: Glass Elevator is a catchy intellectual progressive psychedelic pop band. With a strong emphasis on execution, musicianship, and thoughtful songwriting Glass Elevator has stood apart from other bands for more than twelve years. Finding inspiration in broadest of directions Glass Elevator has pe...See Full Bio
“The opening song, 'Life is Glorious,' on Olympia's own Glass Elevator's most recent album, starts off sounding like '70s Italo-prog rock outfit P.F.M., and once all the jittery drums clear away it starts to sound like a long-lost Unicorns track. Song number two sounds like Ween at its smoothest and most Philly soul-worshiping. Later, "Black Pearls" is a driving garage rocker and "I Do (If I Love You)" is a Beatles-esque swooner drenched in sweet harmonies. This is how Glass Elevator rolls. Though it has often been labeled a psychedelic rock act, Glass Elevator's influences are far flung, its sound is surprisingly soulful, and its giddy experimentation is infectious. Once all the dust clears, it's a hard proposition to begin pinning Glass Elevator down - and it's this unpredictability that makes it one of the South Sound's most exciting bands.”