Entries by theladycrooners

Remember Me

I wrote REMEMBER ME from my bed on the floor of a laundry room in the second story of a Connecticut farmhouse. It was 6 AM on the morning of my sister Gretel’s wedding. The house was brimming with family and not enough bedrooms, so my sister, Megan, and I had claimed this tiny alcove […]

25th Street Recording, Baby!

The Lady Crooners were recently touted as ‘local folk heroes’ in a great article about the beautiful 25th Street Recording Studios. Thanks for the love! Especially if by “quite a bit” you mean a “whole hell of a lot.” The studio has great classic gear, Richard Serra originals hanging on the walls — “He was […]

The Lady Crooners play Truckee and South Lake Tahoe

The Lady Crooners perform at the Cottonwood Bar and Restaurant in Truckee and the Divided Sky in Meyers this week, but they’d like to make those venues feel more like your living room than a night out. The San Francisco five-piece strives to play honest, fun music that tells stories and brings a sense of […]

Lady Crooners winds way to Sculpterra

BY: Allyson Oken PASO ROBLES — Music mingled with great wine and fabulous art can be a winning combination for any event. Sculpterra Winery is hoping they have that combination after securing the services of the Lady Crooners. With their knowledge of fine blends and passion for music, the crew at Sculpterra is ready to […]

Friday Download: The Lady Crooners

BitTorrent featured The Lady Crooners as their Friday download. Check out the full post below! http://blog.bittorrent.com/2013/11/15/friday-download-the-lady-crooners/?shareadraft=baba3220_52868b3409151

I Write About Love

I write about love. It took me a while to admit. But pretty much every song in our repertoire with the exception of one is about love. And even that watery decent into the deep chasm on an unforgiving river could arguably be about love. I am preoccupied with the theme. Love. So connected to […]

Review: The Lady Crooners – The Surface

By Leicester Bangs Formed in 2010 by songwriting siblings Nadia and Joseph Krilanovich, the duo were soon joined by sister Megan, and are accompanied by Kevin Conness on lead guitar, and Jason Braatz on bass. They released their self-titled debut in 2011 and their sophomore collection “The Surface” arrived in June this year. Based in San […]

The Lady Crooners at The Playwright

By Laurie Heuston Three-part harmonies are the crux of The Lady Crooners. The rootsy folk-pop trio was founded in 2010 in San Francisco by siblings Joseph and Nadia Krilanovich. “Nadia and I started the band with the idea of making music and having fun doing it,” Joseph Krilanovich says. “It turned into a natural progression. Nadia […]

Popa’s Tunes Review – The Surface

Stunningly beautiful harmonies with textured arrangements, skillful guitar work and catchy melodies The Lady Crooners will capture your attention. Founded in 2010 by sibling singer-songwriters, Joseph and Nadia Krilanovich, The Lady Crooners invited Australian lead guitarist, Andrew (Kep) Keppie, to join and a dynamic trio was formed. So began an inspired session of long-distance songwriting. Music and […]