Abisha Uhl

Abisha Uhl

Empire Way, Kylie Nelson, MMRW, Eastsound

Tue Nov 21 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Abisha Uhl
Abisha Uhl
Abisha Uhl, who had founded and fronted Minneapolis based female band Sick of Sarah since 2005, has recently started a new solo career.

Abisha has had quite the upbringing. She was born in Bahrain and moved to Okinawa, Japan at nine months old and got her start playing drums before switching to guitar. After graduating from high school, she moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota and founded Sick of Sarah. Sick of Sarah has the distinction of being one of the most torrented bands of all time, having been featured on the BitTorrent Artist Spotlight. She has been touring both Nationally and Internationally ever since.

Abisha's signature sound is mostly rock with indie and punk influences. Her lyrics speak maturely and sometimes humorously of love and loss or sometimes nothing at all, but regardless of the topic, Abisha will sing every song like it’s the greatest thing anyone has ever heard and perform like there is no tomorrow.
Empire Way
Kylie Nelson
Kylie Nelson's upcoming EP “Chapter 1” is both powerfully and mysteriously alluring. This Seattle native captivates her audiences with her raw, gritty, powerhouse vocals and emotional performances. The fusion of Blues, Rock, R&B, Pop and pure Soul produces a sound well beyond her age.

Kylie took the stage for her first showcase at Showbox SoDo and owned every minute of her performance from her stage presence to her storytelling. “I said to myself, if I die tonight I know I gave every ounce of myself to every single person in that room.” With a standing ovation from the crowd, Kylie did just that.

The passionate, overwhelming response from her showcase has fueled the fire within this young artist. She continues to produce her soulful body of work with Ryan Cariker of Forget Me Not. Their beat-driven fusion of soul, pop, rock will be released this Winter.
Singer-songwriter behind Les Symbolistes and Hamarsha, a Cascadian with a penchant for catharsis
Venue Information:
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109