Escort, Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution @ Club Cafe

Published On March 30, 2016 | By Leah Kennedy | Music


On March 30, the Burgh welcomes NYC’s revered disco orchestra, Escort, alongside the likes of New Jersey natives, Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution.

Last fall, Escort dropped their highly anticipated sophomore record, “Animal Nature,” which features elements from the nation’s most solid club music meccas–i.e. Chicago, New York and Detroit.

Fronted by founders/producers, Gene Cho and Dan Balis, and vocalist Adeline Michele, the mindbending compilation blends elements of old school disco, new school production, and authentic songwriting, sprinkled with a pinch of funk and soul.

escort2The crew’s live performances kick things up a notch with a premiere dance act to compliment each recording; and this week, guests will be able to catch the action up-close-and-personal at Club Cafe.

Escort will be joined by opening act Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution, who’ll be bringing their own signature sounds to the party.

The sultry R&B outfit has been feeding the souls of music lovers far and wide for nearly half a decade, making their mark on both the PGH underground scene, and on a national level.


Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution

Soul Distribution’s front runner and lead vocalist is Pittsburgh transplant, Lyndsey Smith, who taps into musical influences like Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald in her songwriting and live performances.

The show goes off at Club Cafe on Wednesday, March 30 at 8PM. Tickets can be purchased online, at Dave’s Music Mine in Southside, or at the venue.

You won’t want to miss this proper mashup of East Coast funk and soul; check out the Escort clip below for a glimpse of what’s in store:

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