Kris Orlowski Concert Films
Band in Seattle: Concert 220
Runtime: 43 minVictory Studios is proud to present here on Band in Seattle one of the best and newest musical artist to come out of Seattle’s indie singer-songwriting scene. Kris Orlowski has shown that making music goes beyond personal fulfillment by his ability to touch the soul of everyone who listens. He and his Band of Brothers have creatively melded the sounds of a 17 piece orchestra in his album Believer. This album has touched many lives since its debut in 2014, giving many people a chance to believe in themselves and others around them.
Kris Orlowski has brought a new energy to Seattle since being on the scene in 2010. With the help from vocalist Torry Anderson and the amazing drumming skills of Greg Garcia you will want to get up and dance the night away with your friends and loved ones. These are the sounds of peace to pain from people coast to coast. Listening to this band tonight on Band in Seattle will make you forget all the world’s problems and feel you are part of the solution.
Band in Seatte: Episode 220
Kris Orlowski & Whitney Lyman
Runtime: 23 minFor Seattle musician Kris Orlowski, making music is about more than fulfilling personal agendas. It’s about creating something that touches the soul. His visceral, reflective lyrics build against more traditional rock and pop arrangements to weave stories that resonate with audiences from coast to coast.
Whitney Lyman is a composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Seattle. She blends influences from traditional world folk, baroque chamber music, indie rock, and dream pop creating ethereal soundscapes and cinematic visuals.
Band in Seattle: Concert 220
Runtime: 46 minWhitney Lyman’s voice has captivated the hearts and souls playing here tonight on Band in Seattle. Listening to her beautiful voice accompanied by her talented band brings you into a world of tranquility and dreams. Her love for teaching music and passion for this art form shows in her cross-genre musical range from folk, to indie rock, and pop which makes listening easy on the ears and brings something magical to your day.
Whitney Lyman is a singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist from Seattle bringing a blend of influences from a traditional world of folk, baroque chamber music, indie rock, and dream pop creating surreal soundscapes and cinematic visuals. Played here tonight at Victory Studios during this episode of Band in Seattle is Laser Beam which is a beautifully orchestrated song that sparked Whitney’s career back in May of 2014. The song also invented the new musical style called dream pop. Another song, Firebreather, brings you into the magical world of fantasy. With Rob Kliene on the drums, Evan on bass, and Andrew Joslyn playing the violin you can’t help but get lost in translation when listening to this easy listening harmonic band.
Kris Orlowski Top Tracks
Band in Seattle: Episode 226
Runtime: 22 minChris Cunningham plays guitar, percussion and sings. Matt Badger plays drums. Nic Danielson plays keyboards, synths and samples. Brantley Duke plays guitar, keys, percussion and also sings. Reed LV plays bass.