Alexis P Suter Band to Perform at Payomet

Saturday at 7 p.m.
Alexis P. Suter (Courtesy photo by Roger Stephenson)

Payomet Performing Arts Center is pleased to present acclaimed blues and roots singer, Alexis P. Suter and band, September 15 at 7:00 at the the Payomet Tent in North Truro.  

 

Appearing with her full band, Suter brings power, presence and an artful mix of blues and roots music to the stage. In 2017 Suter was nominated by the prestigious Blues Music Awards as the Best Contemporary Female Artist. 

 

Opening for the Alexis P. Suter Band will be “The Volunteers”— a diverse and select group of musicians chosen from and representing the 200+ volunteers who make Payomet come alive every season.

 

VIDEO                

Alexis P. Suter - Let it Be - Don Odell's Legends

 

QUOTES

Alexis P. Suter has a big voice and knows how to use it. Whether singing about spiritual ecstasy or earthly troubles, her booming contralto, seasoned with raw emotion make every song she performs her own. -Kay Cordtz, Blues Revue Magazine

She's got a voice that could bring down the tower of Babel. She may be the best blues singer on the east coast. She's played the Midnight Rambles with Levon Helm for over two years now, but she should be playing in palaces and kingdoms to kings and queens. -Joe Vignola, Long Island Blues News

It's all about a voice telling stories through music, and big voiced Alexis P. Suter possess the perfect a power. Her fire and brimstone expression is endowed with a complexity and depth that stands up to any musical style. Her profound lyric expression partners with her band to become another lead instrument, turning emotion into blistering music. -Art Tipaldi, Blues Music Magazine
                       

 

BIO

Alexis has 8 full length releases to date; "Live at Briggs Farm" 2017 (Briggs Farm Records), "All For Loving You" 2017 (American Showplace Music), "Love The Way You Roll" 2015 (American Showplace Music), “Two Sides” 2011 (Hipbone Records), “Live at the Turning Point” 2010 (Festivalink), “Just Another Fool” 2009 (Hipbone Records), "Live at the Midnight Ramble" 2008 (Levon Helm Studios) and “Shuga Fix” 2005 (Hipbone Records). Their recordings have received much praise from radio and publications alike including Blues Music Magazine, Blues Revue, Living Blues, Downbeat, Elmore, Blues Blast, Blues Matters, Blues 411 and Big City Rhythm and Blues. 

Alexis continues is in high demand at North American Roots and Blues festivals, venues and events. She has opened for BB King several times at his club in New York as well as Etta James. In addition to being a featured artist in over 50 Blues and Roots festivals nationwide, Alexis and her band have been the opening act for the following artists: Bo Diddley, Trombone Shorty, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Dickey Betts, Coco Montoya, Buddy Guy, Allen Touissaint, Emmylou Harris, Johnny Winter, Elvis Costello and for the 20 year reunion of the Muddy Waters Band. 

Recently Alexis has formed “Alexis' Ministers of Sound”, AMOS, an ensemble which includes Vicki Bell, Ray Grappone, Dave Keyes, Chris Bergson and various special guest musicians. They have just released their first album, AMOS, "Live From Briggs Farm". The powerful debut is a collection of original and classic songs interpreted in Roots, Gospel and Soulful styles. 

At the highly prestigious Blues Music Awards, Alexis was nominated for Best Contemporary Female Artist in 2017, The Koko Taylor Vocalist in 2015 and for Best Soul/Blues Female Vocalist in 2013. Presented by The Blues Foundation in Memphis TN                          

 

ABOUT PAYOMET PERFORMING ARTS CENTER       

Payomet Performing Arts Center presents professional music, theatre and film screenings that bring a mix of exciting entertainment and strong social values to various Cape venues throughout the year and in the summer to its tent in North Truro. www.payomet.org


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