Soul’d Out Presents The Libertine Belles @ Jack London Revue | Album Release Show, Vintage Swing Quintet

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Soul’d Out Presents The Libertine Belles
February 10, 2024
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $20 ADV, $25 Doors | 21+
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Jack London Revue
529 SW 4th Ave. Portland, OR 97204

Portland’s beloved vintage swing quintet, The Libertine Belles, is thrilled to announce the launch of their eagerly awaited third album, “Live For Today,” with a dazzling release show at the iconic Jack London Revue on February 10, 2024.

The Libertine Belles are renowned for their enchanting harmonies and captivating performances, seamlessly blending elements of swing, jazz, and blues. Their latest recording promises a rich fusion of timeless classics, modern interpretations of pop songs, and original compositions, inviting listeners on a musical journey that transcends eras.

The band features the incredible talents of Dee Settlemier on vocals and tenor resonator ukulele, Carrie Baldwin-Sayre on vocals, percussion, and melodica, Teresa Boyd on vocals and snare drum, Jason Wells on cornet, and Pete Lampe on upright bass.

Adding to the excitement, the band will welcome esteemed special guests, including Andrew Oliver on piano, John Moak on trombone, and Ben Bonham on Hawaiian steel guitar, all of whom are also featured on the new recording.

Ticket prices for this exclusive event are $20 for General Admission in advance, $25 at the door, and $30+ for VIP table seating. Their first two albums will also be available for sale at the event.

Don’t miss the chance to witness this extraordinary celebration of music and talent as The Libertine Belles unveil their latest album, “Live For Today,” at the Jack London Revue. Join us for an evening of unparalleled entertainment and immerse yourself in the vibrant sounds of this exceptional vintage swing quintet.

The Libertine Belles were formed in the summer of 2011, crooning their hotsy-totsy way into Portland, Oregon’s collective heart. Their first two albums, “The Libertine Belles” and “Feed the Kitty,” have become staples within the Pacific Northwest swing dance community. Whether they are banging out original songs with the solid rhythms of prohibition-era swing, reinventing modern favorites, or sprinkling fresh sparkle on old standards, the Belles surely got-what-it-takes to warm the cockles of your heart, too. The lineup features Dee Settlemier on vocals and resonator tenor ukulele, Teresa Boyd on vocals and snare drum, Carrie Baldwin-Sayre on vocals, percussion, and melodica, Jason Wells on cornet and vocals, and Pete Lampe on upright bass.



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