Chrysta Bell on Sunday 8th April 2018
Chrysta Bell, Twin Peaks actress and longtime musical partner of David Lynch, is currently on an extensive European headlining tour. She recently sold out New York’s legendary cabaret spot, Café Carlyle. Earlier this fall, she released a new track titled “Undertow” via AWAL/Kobalt Music Recordings. The track was co-written by Chrysta Bell and Christopher Smart and produced, recorded and mixed by Alex Silva (Manic Street Preachers, Suede, Nelly Furtado).
She received widespread critical acclaim in the role of FBI Agent Tamara Preston in 2017’s return of Twin Peaks on SHOWTIME. This summer she released her sophomore album, We Dissolve, a pop record with elements of soul, rock and jazz, featuring contributions from guest artists including Adrian Utley (Portishead), keyboardist Geoff Downes (Asia, Yes) and drone metal guitarist Stephen O’Malley of Sunn O))). The album was recorded in Bristol, UK, with Mercury Prize-winning producer John Parish (PJ Harvey’s Let England Shake).
Chrysta Bell will release a new EP in spring 2018.
'Her sensual, ethereal performing style resonates with [David Lynch]'s knack for blending yearning, ethereal soundscapes with trippy pop and 1950s-style guitar twang. It’s like a nightclub act from a shadow dimension, one that’s glamorous and sexy but also on the cusp of cosmic chaos.' – Wall Street Journal
'Eclectic and exciting... Poised and enigmatic... [David] Lynch couldn’t have written her story better himself.' – Billboard
'Chrysta Bell is the most rapturous embodiment of Lynch’s surrealism, guiding us beyond the physical world to an elevated state where fear and love are equally welcome and death is a journey you’re excited to take. Her show is the best thing I've seen at The Carlyle, transforming the space into the kind of haunt I never want to leave.' – Theater Pizzazz
Music Genres: Rock & Roll
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