VIDEO: Orville Peck at Easy Street Records

Story and photos by Jason Grotelueschen
Reporting for West Seattle Blog

Masked country crooner Orville Peck and his band played for a packed house Monday night during their in-store performance at Easy Street Records.

Peck, known for his unique leather-fringe mask and throwback sound, played songs from his debut album Pony, released in March on Seattle’s own Sub Pop Records.  His local show on Saturday night at Barboza was sold out, which made his free all-ages performance at Easy Street an even stronger draw.

Here are two video clips of the performance:

The crowd spilled out onto the sidewalk next to California Ave., where a little drizzle didn’t spoil the fun:

Upcoming in-store shows are listed on Easy Street’s website, including Justin Townes Earle this Thursday (May 23) and Silversun Pickups on May 31st.

2 Replies to "VIDEO: Orville Peck at Easy Street Records"

  • Al May 21, 2019 (7:17 am)

    That was one hell of a show. Thanks Easy Street!P.S. to the bitter old man who pulled up in his pickup and yelled at the crowd, “you should have been here 20 years ago when this neighborhood was livable!” First of all, everyone in my immediate vicinity yesterday had lived in WS for 20 years or more. Second, that’s a really weak burn. If you’re going to descend into being a troll at least try be a clever one. 

  • AS May 21, 2019 (10:32 am)

    He is amazing!!! I can see us in the pics 😀🤗❤ We saw him Saturday night too.

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