In 1977 ABBA released their fifth studio album including the song “Thank You for the Music.” A few decades later, in a choir practice room, the melodic words resonated with Carly Ann Calbero. Shy and quiet, music was a way to be loud and expressive.
Her voice, once described like a freight train, narrates personal stories, told over folk guitars with touches of the jazz and rock classics that raised her. Building her sound as a busker at Pike Place Market, the multi-instrumentalist and first-time producer released her first full-length album - Science of Pride - to a full house at Seattle’s Royal Room. She is currently touring the Pacific Northwest.
Winery open 12-8pm; Live music from 2-5pm.