|Strings Attached Classic Rock Series|
Date: October 8th, 2011
SHOW IS NOW INSIDE AT AUSTIN YOGA at 8PM
Bring Chairs, Pads, Pillows or mats. There will be 50 chairs available for those that can't sit on the floor
1122-C South Lamar Blvd.,78704
In complex with Alamo Drafthouse Theater
Will Taylor And Strings Attached with Dave Quanbury and more play the entire Dark Side of the Moon and more.
Lisa Tingle has been described as a "Female Robert Plant". Many have said she has the power of Janis Joplin and the soul of Aretha Franklin. She has twice won the "Best Female Vocalist" award in the Austin Chronicle Music Awards.
Tingle was born and raised in northern California by musician parents and grandparents. She moved to Los Angeles immediately out of high school and began gigging and recording. She landed a job as a "session vocalist" for the writers at Almo-Irving Publishing, part of A & M Records. Top writers hired Tingle to sing their songs to submit to everyone from Tina Turner to Dolly Parton. She was noted for her quick ear and ability to sing many different styles, accents, etc. After years of working "behind the scenes" in the studios, except for the occasional gig, she decided to move away from Los Angeles to Austin. There she would find more venues and opportunity to hone her craft.
Dave Quanbury hails form Winnepag, Canada and is a member of the Austin based duo "Twilight Hotel." Quanbury's 1st instrument is the piano, he began playing guitar in middle school and developed an upside down style by playing left handed on his mother's right handed guitar.
Rising within the local music scene of Austin, Texas is a new artist named Dave Madden. His influences span from J.S. Bach to Jimmy Eat World. He uses a delicate blend of intelligent harmonies, married with catchy pop hooks and a solid groove.
"...I caught the Floyd show at St. David's a few months ago and really enjoyed it. I'm really looking forward to the upcoming season." - Evan
"We had to leave early so I wasn't able to introduce myself but just wanted to say how much we enjoyed the Floyd experience at Central Market. What a great performance! Bravo!" - Richard