Rare. Refreshing. Unique. These are words commonly used by critics and fans to describe the performances Dan Coyle and Scott Mickelson have been doing across the country for the past year.
In a recent article, music critic Alan Federman wrote of their show, “It’s a fresh approach to live music and hopefully a trend that can continue.” See Federman’s full article at http://tour.parachutingbuddha.com
Mickelson and Coyle bring their show to Nectar’s in Seattle on April 6th at 7pm. They will be joined by locals acts Sammy Witness & The Reassignment, and My Cartoon Heart. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.
Mickelson (former singer/songwriter for Fat Opie) will release his debut album this summer and is producing Coyle’s next record, which will release later this year.
Both exceptional singer-songwriters are featured in dozens of music publications, as well as TV and radio stations across North America and Europe, but choose to come together to tour and make music.
Of their ongoing collaboration Mickelson said, “We did the first tour together on a whim because we were heading to the same market at the same time. But it caught on very quickly and as the offers keep coming in, we plan to keep refining the show and have as much fun as possible.”
“I’ve never worked with another artist in any capacity and live shows have always been my bread and butter, so I’m surprised whenever I realize that that’s where I’ve found myself collaborating. But it’s been so much fun and it makes me grow so much as an artist every time we do something together,” added Coyle.
Their Northwest tour also includes dates in San Francisco, Portland, Eugene, Salem, Redding, and Cottage Grove.
For more from Mickelson and Coyle, visit http://tour.parachutingbuddha.com