Bernadette Seacrest Makes It Hurt So Good
A little edgy jazz for your Sunday enjoyment.
East Atlanta Villagers are a blessed bunch musically.
We have venues like the Earl (and hopefully one day a resurrection of the Echo Lounge-turned-Icehouse) to hear live music genres of all stripes.
We also have Earthshaking Music, the instruments emporium owned by Dave Strohauer.
Singer Bernadette Seacrest is a former Villager and she and her family now call Druid Hills home.
But Seacrest, whose style is bluesy-jazzy-torchsongy-with-a-serrated-edge, still spends a lot of time in the EAV.
On Wednesday, she and her Kris Dales perform at the Earl. Tickets are $5 to the 8:30 p.m. show.
She shared with Patch her recently-completed music video "Where Does It Hurt," which was shot in Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, Daddy D'z and Feed Your Head Music.