Fremont Abbey, Seattle, Washington

Fremont Abbey, Seattle, Washington

Angela Soffe is an award-winning singer-songwriter and performer in Yakima, Washington. Known for her soaring vocals and gentle folk melodies, she has amassed a devoted fan base in the Pacific Northwest. Her recent album, "Second Wind" was an independent move out of the quiet of personal darkness, making a bold return to music after 8 years away. Skope Magazine calls her music, "timeless, with a message that truly resonates." Her new single, "Rocks" hit the ground running in 2018, garnering the attention of music gatekeepers who noted that her poignant lyrics created a social stir. "We hear an artist that is breaking new ground in her own way" says Independent Artist Buzz. She and her 4-piece band, (Angela Soffe Band) perform Americana nuggets in every venue, bringing a breath of freshness to their fans.  The band has garnered accolades and awards for performances brimming with understated roots music virtuosity, and boundless creativity.  

Her songs follow a darkness into light journey and have been compared to the sounds of Allison Krauss and Natalie Merchant. The perfect blend of piano, folk guitar, chiming electric guitar, upright bass, harmonica and sweet mandolin. "Angela Soffe is likely one of the bravest souls we have encountered on this journey of Women In Music," says The Lola Sessions. 

Her most recent single release, "Alright to Be You" with electro-pop producer, Milocraft dropped in January 2019. With it, she maintains her strong voice and messaging. Her "Be Moved Project" aims at crafting music that cuts to the soul of music-making: that every voice matters. Learn more about this project here:

The band performs soulful originals on guitar, bass, mandolin, piano, harmonica, percussion, and vocals. Angela Soffe (piano, guitar, vocals) lead singer and songwriter, David Owens (mandolin, guitar, vocals), Martin Pittis (bass, vocals), Garrett Babcock (cajon, harmonica, saxophone), and Luke Bissonette (fiddle). 

Look for the band performing Americana chestnuts on tour summer 2019.