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Carrie Akre

Carrie Akre

Carrie Akre


Often referred to as, "The Queen of Seattle Music", Carrie Akre is a musician best known for her work with Seattle, WA underground bands Hammerbox and Goodness. With a vocal delivery that is at once aggressive, haunting and melodic, Akre's style of female rock-vox is comparable, yet superior, to the likes of 80s power-vixens Pat Benetar or Lita Ford, and she is one of the few women to carry that strong vocal flavour into the 1990s with the advent of grunge and the rise in popularity of alternative rock. Read more on Last.fm
Often referred to as, "The Queen of Seattle Music", Carrie Akre is a musician best known for her work with Seattle, WA underground bands Hammerbox and Goodness. With a vocal delivery that is at once aggressive, haunting and melodic, Akre's style of female rock-vox is comparable, yet superior, to the likes of 80s power-vixens Pat Benetar or Lita Ford, and she is one of the few women to carry that strong vocal flavour into the 1990s with the advent of grunge and the rise in popularity of alternative rock. Since Goodness disbanded in 1998, she has contributed vocals to the project band The Rockfords (which included Pearl Jam's Mike McCready on guitar), and released two solo albums, 'Home and 'Invitation', the latter the first release on her own record label, 'My Way Records'. As of 2007, she's currently in the studio working on her third solo release. Akre's solo work is a change of direction, with a more stripped back and soulful approach broadening her style as a musician. Carrie Akre's official website Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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