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Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
Band Rock Soul


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"Auto Inspiration"

Thus Thaddillac, a laid-back soul and R&B project for which he wrote the songs on 2009's Fleetfoot Broham. What inspires him? Turner says ideas often strike him anywhere, even behind the wheel, he explains: "One day I was just watching the windshield wipers going back and forth, and then I turned on the blinker. I took that idea and turned it into something."

At Artopia, Thaddillac will be performing as a seven-piece, with Turner singing and playing guitar. - Seattle Weekly

"Preview: Black Cherry Crush and Thaddillac"

"If you have never had the opportunity to catch Thaddeus … now is your chance to … witness the magic yourself."

- SSG Music

"Fremont’s Full Of Music This Weekend"

"I was listening to his stuff and its good. Thaddeus Turner is Seattle’s guitarist extraordinaire … He’s made a long overdue solo debut … worth checking out." - Seattle Subsonic


Fleetfoot Broham, LP



Thaddillac (aka Thaddeus Turner) has been tearing up the Seattle music scene for years as both a live performer and respected studio musician. Often compared with the diverse guitar stylings of Jimi Hendrix, Prince and Peter Frampton, Thaddeus Turner has gained a loyal national following. As lead guitarist for the Seattle heavy soul band Maktub, Turner has received glowing praise from Rolling Stone Magazine, NPR and the Seattle Times. Turner has toured with such notables as Cherrywine, Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam, Digable Planets, Dave Matthews and India.Arie. His versatility as a guitarist results in a unique sound and passionate artistry that has gained him national recognition.

He’s backed by his band Jet City Soul which features the flying fingers of guitarist Kathy Moore (of Boxcar Rebellion) and Kenyan trumpet savant Owuor Arunga, as well as Bob LBD Lovelace, Chad Pavcovich, Cydney Johnson and Marcus Schimmelfennig .