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Episode 66: Kaylee Cole

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Local pianist and singer-songwriter sensation Kaylee Cole made a deep impression in the local music scene in less than a year and after her first tour on the West Side, she landed a deal with Seattle indie label Aviation Records (Das Llamas, Weirdlords). Since coming back from tour, Cole has been playing a slew of shows and has appeared on local television and radio. Looks like a big year is shaping up for her - with her first full-length album on the way, plus she’s getting married to her fiancee and local sound guru Adam David. This performance catches her in action at a rather new and intimate venue, 2nd Look Books. For the occasion, Cole dedicated songs to her favorite authors.

Tags: 7, indie, music, piano

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