Whitney Lyman's love for teaching music, and passion for this art form shows in her cross-genre musical range from folk, to indie rock, and pop which makes listening easy on the ears. Lyman is a singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist from Seattle bringing a blend of influences from a traditional world of folk, baroque chamber music, indie rock, and dream pop creating surreal soundscapes and cinematic visuals. During this episode of Band in Seattle, Whitney performs "Laser Beam", which is the song that sparked her career back in May of 2014. With Rob Kliene on the drums, Evan on bass, and Andrew Joslyn playing the violin you can't help but get lost in translation when listening to this easy listening harmonic band.
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