Eric Apoe is a Seattle-born songwriter who first started in music as a drummer. Playing Jazz , Symphonic, Rock, and Country , he spent a few years on the road with Cajun Fiddler Doug Kershaw. A staff writer for Chappell Music, he co-wrote and had associations with a number writers and singers in Los Angeles, among them Tim Hardin (If I was a Carpenter, Reason to Believe, Misty Roses), and Ron Davies, (It Ain’t Easy, recorded by David Bowie). To date, Eric has released 5 CD’s with his band THEY, in Seattle. Currently performing in the Seattle area, he is working toward a 6 CD, a tribute CD to Ron Davies, co writing with Israeli singer /writer, Saar Liven, and producing a CD for a young singer Tommy Dean.
East coast native Alicia Allen-DeJoie came to Seattle in 1994 and soon began playing electric guitar in Big Sister and X-tra Virgin. She has recorded and toured the country with Jeremy Enigk, performing at the Knitting Factory in New York, Prince’s own First Avenue Club in Minneapolis, and the 40-Watt Club in Athens, GA. She sings in SafeBehindGlass and is often seen playing violin in Seattle with Moraine and a number of other groups. Alicia has been with Eric Apoe & They since 1997 and has appeared Dream Asylum and all the following CDs. A 6th CD FUNNY WORLD is the latest… soon to be completed and released.
Now playing at 50 North on select Friday nights! Call us at 206-397-3939 if you would like to make dinner reservations. Large groups welcome!