Remember We Forget Cover

Remember We Forget

Remember We Forget Cover

LATE TUESDAY combines richly interwoven harmonies over acoustic and electric guitars, piano, and bass/drums to create an original folk-pop sound.
Tara {guitar ~ piano ~ vocals}
Dana {piano ~ guitar ~ vocals}
Jocelyn {guitars ~ djembe ~ tin whistle ~ hammered dulcimer ~ vocals}
make up the all-female band LATE TUESDAY, which sits at the forefront of the Bellingham and Northwest Washington music scene. They claim a variety of influences which include: Lisa Loeb, Faith Hill, Jars of Clay, Jennifer Knapp, Rich Mullins, Chantal Kreviazuk, Fiona Apple, and Sixpence None the Richer.

Together since February 2000, the band originated from an independent solo album released by Tara in May of 1999. The band {ages 22-25} writes original music both individually and collectively. By taking turns on lead vocals and using multiple instruments, they are becoming widely known for their creative sound. The band plays has played numerous venues around Washington, Oregon, and also a mini-tour in Utah. From packed self-produced shows in Bellingham, to the Wild Buffalo House of Music, to The Tractor or the Paradox in Seattle – Late Tuesday’s fans always pack into a venue no matter where the location.
All of the members attended Western Washington University in Bellingham. Tara graduated with a degree in vocal performance in 1998, and Dana and Jocelyn developed their musical talents there while graduating in 2001.
In November of 2000, LATE TUESDAY began recording their self-titled debut album, which was independently released in April of 2001 (and has since sold over 2000 copies with only local distribution). The creative songwriting in this album is evidenced in the first track “Ordinary” where the band’s name is also referenced:
“Just another day ~ breathing out and breathing in ~ put on the same old jacket ~ step out the door ~ No birds are singing ~ except the ones inside your head…”
“…just another day ~ holding the hand of one you’ve loved for thirty years ~ Late Tuesday or Thursday afternoons ~ blurring together like watercolor lines…”
In combining the familiar elements of modern music {guitars ~ pianos ~ harmonies ~ bass/drums}, LATE TUESDAY’s unique sound suggests that there are new and refreshing things to be discovered in ordinary life ~ and in “ordinary” music.


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