Sarah O’Dea studied classical voice for 4 years and grew up playing guitar, trumpet, and piano. She began writing songs at the age of 15 and is shaped by many genres of influence (folk, soul, rock) which she carries over in her own Americana writing. She writes heartfelt, creative songs inspired by personal experience and whatever comes to mind.
Recorded and produced at Malamute Studios in Seattle, WA, she has released two EP’s, “Under Painted Skies” in 2015 and “Brink of Love” in 2016 (they are listed online under Sarah Brunner).
Winery open 11am-5pm; Live music from 1-4pm.
Weaving the soulful passion of blues and rock with the honesty of folk, Mr. & Mrs. Something offer a refreshing taste of hope that feels like coming home.
The blending of two voices is a wondrous thing. The joining of two lives is even more beautiful. How rare and wonderful when the same two voices and the same two lives sing together in harmony.
One sunny day in early 2010, Chelsea Lidstrom began to jam a tune on her harmonica. Benjamin “Bino” Peck proceeded to harmonize with her on his harmonica. Out of that jam was born their first collaborative song, “Home Will Be.”
After a year apart—Bino in California and Chelsea in Washington—they reunited in Seattle in 2011, and that led to more songwriting. Their first demo of original songs included the couple performing on 12 different musical instruments. The newly forming duo was a match made in heaven—romantically and musically.
In 2012, Bino and Chelsea tied the knot and soon began performing concerts, as well as writing and recording film music. The Closure Soundtrack included the song, “Break These Chains,” which won a Seattle radio contest, Spirit 105.3’s Local Music Project, thanks to a huge fan vote.
Bino had previously formed a band with his brother, Jerome, called “The Something Bros.” When Chelsea married Bino, she took his name, and they became Mr. & Mrs. Peck. When she married him musically, she took his musical name, and they became “Mr. & Mrs. Something.”
Mr. & Mrs. Something actively write, record and perform music that walks a tightrope stretching between the struggles of life and lasting hope.
Come see them somewhere, sometime … they are something you won’t want to miss.
Winery open 11-5pm; Live music from 1-4pm.