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Schooltree

Schooltree

Schooltree


Schooltree is Cabaret Rock for nerds and weirdos and everyone else too. Queen, Steven Sondheim, Kate Bush, and Hall and Oates are just a few points of reference for their unusually eclectic sound - weaving power pop, 70’s era progressive rock, classical influences, and theatrical storytelling into a sonorous tapestry of rocking. The music of Schooltree conjures elements of rock-opera in highly crafted, piano-driven, guitar-laden rock arrangements that explore both gritty, melodic riffs and ambient textural detail. Read more on Last.fm
Schooltree is Cabaret Rock for nerds and weirdos and everyone else too. Queen, Steven Sondheim, Kate Bush, and Hall and Oates are just a few points of reference for their unusually eclectic sound - weaving power pop, 70’s era progressive rock, classical influences, and theatrical storytelling into a sonorous tapestry of rocking. The music of Schooltree conjures elements of rock-opera in highly crafted, piano-driven, guitar-laden rock arrangements that explore both gritty, melodic riffs and ambient textural detail. Their debut album Rise offers a modern spin on classic 70’s era AOR, with big, multi-tracked guitars and vocal harmonies, compelling lyrical content, subtle humor, and majestic gravitas. At the helm of this project is composer / vaudevillian / audio producer Lainey Schooltree (The Steamy Bohemians, Jerkus Circus, Bent Wit Cabaret), whose emotional intensity, quirky wit, and sophisticated musicality combine creating a larger-than-life “master of dynamic shift” (Bill Copeland) on stage, capable of delivering animated and passionate performances. Citing influences from Queen to Grizzly Bear, her writing is suffused with unpredictable changes and an unorthodox tonality; listeners often find a Schooltree song immediately recognizable as such.

Lainey has performed to sold out crowds in Boston, New York, and Providence, and received press in The Boston Globe, The Herald, The Weekly Dig, The Boston Metro, The Boston Phoenix, The Noise Boston, Northeast Performer Magazine, Comedian Magazine (NYC), Somerville Times, Worcester Magazine, The Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Black Canvas, and others. 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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