CANCELLED: The Sidleys
Album Release Party
With Lea Morris
We regret to inform you that our July 25 performance of The Sidleys has been cancelled. All tickets will be refunded within 3 weeks to the original payment method. Please contact the Ticket Office at 301.581.5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer to exchange your tickets for a different Strathmore Presents performance or change your ticket purchase to a tax-deductible donation.
Having long established themselves as top-tier performers in the Washington, DC area, the husband and wife songwriting team of Annie and Steve Sidley create their finest music yet as indie rock and soul band, The Sidleys. Influenced by artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder and The Beatles, and powered by Annie’s soulful voice, The Sidleys write songs that are memorable and modern, yet instantly classic. A family-based collective, they are frequently joined on stage and in the studio by their sons, Sean, Colin and Ian, three uniquely talented musicians in their own right. The Sidleys have released two critically acclaimed albums, 2013’s Bittersweet followed by The Love You Make in 2017. Join The Sidleys at AMP to celebrate the release of their new album, Breathless.
“A great voice singing great songs.” That is the simplest way to introduce you to Lea Morris’ music. Drawing comparisons to female phenoms like Tracy Chapman, Joni Mitchell, and Ani DiFranco, Morris’ sound seamlessly blends gospel, jazz, country, and R&B into her own style—SoulFolk. As an alumnus of Strathmore’s Artist in Residence program, she has shared the stage with luminaries including Odetta, Mavis Staples, Dar Williams, and Anthony Hamilton. Morris’ latest recording, Let You In, showcases her stunning vocals and award-winning songwriting while cultivating a compassion for femininity.
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Please note that Premium Table Seating tickets include a signed Breathless CD and a meet and greet with The Sidleys prior to the show.
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