Saturday at 11
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Saturday at 11

Band Folk Adult Contemporary


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Saturday at 11 (debut album)
*1. How Many Chances
*2. In My Soul
*3. On My Way
4. Maybe It's Love
5. Reasons
6. When I Think of You
*7. Simple Things
8. Lost
*9. Firefly
10. Concrete and Tears
11. Tears Aren't Enough
*clips available on website


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Band: Jeff and Scott met through a posting in the fall of 2001. They performed and wrote original songs, but soon realized they needed a female vocalist to join them. In February, 2004, Michelle answered an ad the guys placed, also on On their second meeting they wrote "How Many Chances." After that bonding experience, the members looked forward to meeting every "Saturday at 11," and that's how the band name came about.

Michelle Lamb: Michelle, originally from Minnesota, is a classically trained vocalist. In college, much to her voice professor's horror, she joined a Top-40 band in Minneapolis and never looked back... She eventually progressed to a blues band in Los Angeles and then to the San Francisco blues band, Blues Alley.

Scott Menard: Scott, a long time Seattle Native, comes from more of a folk background. He started as a songwriter/singer, playing throughout the Pacific Northwest. Although he has played in R&R bands, his last group, Crossover, was a mainstay at Folklife and other NW festivals.

Jeff Reiner: As lead guitarist in several Southern California rock bands, Jeff opened for such acts as the Police, the Motels, Missing Persons and Gordon Lightfoot. Prior to relocating to Seattle, he was co-writer and lead guitarist for the Los Angeles band, Seventh World.

Curtis B. Swanson - Acoustic & Electric Bass
Curtis comes from the early movement of industrial rock and at age eighteen met up with and briefly played with a young Trent Reznor of NIN fame. After leaving eastern Ohio, Curtis went on to play with bands in Iceland and Australia as well as a very successful classic rock cover band in Portland, Maine. He has dedicated the last fifteen years to writing for the stage, and has also written for the Museum of Flight in Seattle.