Fri, Jul 09|
Music at the Dancing Fish: Lisa Landucci & Steve Peavey
Blame it on the Wine Tour!
Time & Location
Jul 09, 2021, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Freeland, 1953 Newman Rd, Freeland, WA 98249, USA
About the Event
Lisa is a seasoned singer-songwriter based out of the Pacific Northwest in addition to her Nashville roots. Lisa is back on an international tour promoting her album, "Love You In A Song". Her sound is original and truly her own, weaving together elements of Americana, Country Roots, Pop and Rock - a true American Artist. After years invested in her family and the careers of other musicians, Landucci has arrived in a new chapter of her journey - nurturing her own evolution - marked by self love, grace and beauty all her own. Releasing her first solo album, “Love You In A Song” in late 2018, "Love You In A Song" is a beautiful and sometimes heartbreaking story about relationships and life, produced by Jason Carter (Frank Black, Pete Yorn, Art Brut). Lisa has shared the stage with some of the greats, including Johnny Cash and Clint Black , and performances on the Grand ole Opry.
Landucci desires to connect with her audience through touring intimate settings, theaters, opera houses, and other timeless venues. As an American-Italian artist, Lisa has expanded her audience in Italy from Tuscany to Calabria, sparked by her tour of Italy and the UK in 2019. She will be focusing on booking for 2021 worldwide.
"I hope to share love, goodness and common ground, and connection, through my musical journey," says Landucci of her experience as a lifelong singer-songwriter.
2021 Launches a duet with one of Nashville's most highly regarded musicians, Steve Peavey. Steve has graced the Grand ole Opry stage, and accompanied and performed with, Don Williams, Pam Tillis, Clint Black, Johnny Mathis, and more recently, Keith Urban.
Steve's harmonies, guitar, dobro, mandolin, and lap steel, along with Lisa's vocals and guitar, make for a melding of rich American roots music.
This event is by reservation only and a portion of the $20 admission fee will go to Whidbey Island Nourishes (WIN).