Seattle rock group Moroccan Dog is just as quick to pull you up out of your seat as to put you in your feelings. Since the release of their self-titled EP in the summer of 2021, the grungey three-piece has been taking listeners on a journey that's epic in scale but deeply personal, with a brooding sweetness that could have only come from Seattle.
Like the bed of roses that anchors their latest music video, Moroccan Dog just can't stop growing. Singer and guitarist Callan Spafford, bassist Nate Sanford, and drummer Alex Alajbegović have spent the past year packing house shows and iconic local venues such as Cafe Racer, Barboza, and the new Crocodile. Over pounding drums and frantic guitar lines, Spafford's angelic vocals evoke the likes of Jeff Buckley and Thom Yorke.
Since their beginnings in 2007, SeaStar's music has been described as both "timeless" and "authentic". From dusty Americana postcards, to Celtic anthems with hints of bluegrass and old-time, to passionate ballads, and award winning story songs, SeaStar takes their audiences on a musical journey of history and tradition. Fae Wiedenhoeft's (pronounced Wee-den-hauft) powerful vocals carry contagious, original melodies and deliver singable choruses that will keep you singing for hours after their shows. Fae's finely crafted compositions and velvet voice are loved and revered by many across the globe. Her songs tangle truth, whimsy, and the passions of the human heart into a beautiful oasis from the ordinary.
SeaStar's love for musical storytelling is only surpassed by their desire to share it with others. They have played across the US, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, Poland, England, France, and Scotland, sharing the stage with folk legends like Dougie MacLean. Be it a small house concert or a large concert hall, Fae will invite you in, sing you a tale, and make it feel as if she is singing it just to you." (Promo Copy)