The Collective is a group of Seattle-based performers who have bonded together as one whole bookable unit, and will be debuting its first performance January 28 at Club Motor. Members of The Collective in this performance include Sue Quigley, Dream On, The Juliettes and Nancy Frieko.
The show will be emceed by comedienne Cathy Sorbo.
Sue Quigley has been featured in Rockgrl Festival, Chick-singer Nite at The Bitter End in New York and performed at The Seattle Storm’s half-time show. She has shared the stage with such notables as Brandi Carlisle and Sera Cahoone, and has performed at The High Dive, The Tractor Tavern and The Crocodile.
Dream On is an (almost) all-girl Aerosmith tribute band fronted by Jen Ayers who has been singing, playing piano and writing music since the age of five and has performed thousands of shows all over the U.S. fronting the Seattle-based, pop/rock band Honey Tongue.
If Rita Hayworth, Veronica Lake, Elizabeth Taylor, and Katherine Hepburn decided they wanted to rock your world, you would have to look no further than The Juliettes. Imagine Green Day splicing their music with the Go-Go’s, then add a dash of Chanel #5, a Sapphire martini and a Cuban cigar. The band features Julie Mains, co-host of the drive-time morning radio show, “The Menage” that airs at 6 a.m. on AM 1150, KKNW.
Nancy Frieko has been obsessed with rock music from an early age. Inspired by favorites such as KISS, her onstage “steampunk” persona developed through a life-long love of glam. The mostly self-taught musician plays drums, keys, and anything with strings.
Cathy Sorbo is one of Seattle’s most seasoned performers and will host the event with her signature cheerful semi-smutty style and maybe even throw down some numbers from her “Songs of Filth Revue.” Sorbo’s editorials are often featured on AM 1090, and she is the sideline announcer for the Rat City Roller Girls roller derby league.
This event, presented by Ted Walker Presents, will be catered for Club Motor guests and patrons by Backstage Catering with a portion of the door going to a yet-to-be-determined Haiti relief fund.
Venue address: 1950 1st Avenue South 98134
Venue phone: (206) 623-3230
Full Bar: Yes — 21+