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Concert notes: Nicole Atkins and the Sea

November 17, 2007

[Great Scott, Allston, MA; November 15, 2007]
Back in the realm of the dark and mopey, the big surprise of the night was Nicole Atkins and the Sea, who opened for the Pipettes. Aside from also singing songs about love and also being a retro throwback (we decided on ‘Blondie crossed with Edith Piaf if they were performing in the 50s’), Atkins’s moody music couldn’t be much more different from the Pipettes cheery vocals. But she has a phenomenal voice and is a stunning live performer. They are scheduled to be on Conan O’Brien next week, if the writer’s strike ends – it’s worth crossing your fingers for.

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MP3: Nicole Atkins – The Way It Is

2 comments

  1. [...] as an antidote to all of the Dave Gahan and National and Nicole Atkins I’ve been listening to recently, here’s a cheerful song about the unbridled enthusiasm [...]


  2. [...] in Seattle on February 21st and the Paradise in Boston on the March 14th (full tour schedule here). Nicole Atkins and Jon Wurster – better known as the drummer for the Mountain Goats – do guest stints on the [...]



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