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The Armadillo

by The Odd Kids

Unified by a funk rock sensibility a la Red Hot Chili Peppers and classic funk/jazz influences a la Stevie Wonder, The Odd Kids encompass a range of genres from upbeat funk tunes and alt-jazz ballads to dark, hard-hitting rock music.
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In July of 2018, Chris Clark-Johnson and Logan Billingsley of Seattle-based rock quartet Coyote Lovely collided with NYC-based jazz vocalist Serena Albero, and local singer-songwriters Sanya Cowal and Carlos Santos. It was decided that a massive collaboration would take place - a fusion of many songwriters, producers, musicians and creatives dedicated to spreading love and connection through music. Thus, The Odd Kids were born.

Unified by a funk rock sensibility a la Red Hot Chili Peppers and classic funk/jazz influences a la Stevie Wonder, and highlighting horn sections composed by Aiden Ryser (tenor sax) and Keegan Metcalf (trumpet), the group’s stage show covers a range of genres from upbeat funk tunes and alt-jazz ballads to dark, hard-hitting rock music.

The preceding band Coyote Lovely was active in Seattle in 2016-18 and performed at such venues as Chop Suey, Vera Project, Fremont Abbey, and KTUB (alongside acts such as Before Our Time, Henry Mansfield, Pale People, Yesicant, Pacific Drive, Abstract Friends), and headlined venues such as The Crocodile Back Bar and Jewelbox Theater. Albero has headlined at venues such as Tula's Jazz Club and Restaurant, North City Bistro, and Egan's Ballard Jam House. As part of previous projects, various configurations of Odd Kids have performed at venues such as The Royal Room, Columbia City Theater, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, The Ballard Jazz Festival, Vera Project, and Fremont Abbey, and alongside well-known Seattle acts such as Danny Godinez, Marina Albero Quintet, Naked Giants, and Camille Bloom. As a full group, The Odd Kids have recently been playing KXSU events and gaining a following with Seattle U radio. The group’s debut album will be released July 2019.

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