Exactly one year and one week after playing a sold-out show at Red Butte, Lake Street Dive is back.
The group met in Boston, but take their name from a street of unsavory bars in lead singer Rachel Price’s home town of Minneapolis, MN. And they are gutsy, soulful and and also very, very white. (How white, you ask? Well, a member of calls himself McDuck. So, pretty, pretty white.)
And with a shout-out to the girl upright bass player (one of my favorite things in the world), it’s lead singer Rachel Price who carries the group with her vocals. Price has a performance style that’s part Billie Holiday-meets-Janice Joplin and part Broadway star. And the band’s sound is a contemporary-nostalgic one—think Dusty Springfield meets Alabama Shakes. I know, I know, this isn’t really making sense. But listen. Watch. And then come to Red Butte Monday night and see for yourself.
Lake Street Dive plays Red Butte on Monday, August 21 and this is a rare not-sold-out Red Butte show. Tickets available here.
Doors open at 6, the show starts at 7.