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Blind Date: We're Setting You Up With Lady Lamb The Beekeeper

Find out why the singer and guitarist describes her music as "saucy spaghetti & meatballs."

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Lady Lamb The Beekeeper performs live in the Soundcheck studio. Lady Lamb The Beekeeper performs live in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

In this edition of our Blind Date series we're setting you up with Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter and guitarist Aly Spaltro, who performs under the moniker Lady Lamb the Beekeeper. Over the last few years Spaltro has released a series of intriguing bedroom demos and turned heads with her powerful live performances.

She's now releasing her passionate and highly textured debut studio album, Ripely Pine. Hear Spaltro play live -- and find out why she describes her music as "saucy spaghetti & meatballs" on our Blind Date Questionnaire.

Set List:

  • "Between Two Trees"
  • "Crane Your Neck"
  • "Milk Duds"



To learn more about your blind date, check out the questionnaire below.

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Lady Lamb The Beekeeper

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