Vaudeville Etiquette is Seattle Americana Rock. Magnetic, provocative, and dynamic with deep roots and classic rock chemistry. Think Stevie Nicks and Ryan Adams on a bender with The Allman Brothers.
Singer/songwriter duo Tayler Lynn and Bradley Laina met in college and began collaborating when they realized they both had a similar love for The Rolling Stones record, Exile on Main Street. The pair lifted the band name from an old celluloid slide of a lost silent film during a misguided jaunt to Los Angeles, and Vaudeville Etiquette was born. They began as a duo playing shows in Seattle, WA then quickly expanded into the show-stopping Americana rock quintet that has steadily built a loyal fanbase playing legendary clubs, concert halls, and festivals across the US and Europe.
Vaudeville Etiquette has been covered in USA Today, CMJ, KEXP, PASTE, Relix, Yahoo! Music, American Songwriter, No Depression, Vinyl District, and more, including the Seattle Times, who called Vaudeville Etiquette “Seattle music’s bright new face.” Their music is featured in Spotify curated playlists, iTunes “New & Noteworthy” spotlight, and in Starbucks stores worldwide.