The Dollhouse Thieves Album Release with Jenny LaJoye
Jun 7, 2018
The Dollhouse Thieves is releasing their first full-length album on vinyl. With Jenny LaJoye opening, it's going to be a one-of-a-kind night.
All ages, free show and hugs.
Niki Tredinnick, Luke Tredinnick, Adam Buer, Troy Robey, and Stephen Dexter Bott are The Dollhouse Thieves, a multi-instrumental Denver project that blends elements of neo-rock with indie-folk using jazz-influenced vocals and unconventional instruments such as accordion, clarinet, and trombone. They all hold music degrees in composition, education, and performance, and share over a decade of performing and writing music together in various settings across the country to make them an exceptional group. Their aptitude for singing and playing a multitude of string, percussion, woodwind, brass, and keyboard instruments within a wide array of styles evokes enchantment and delight in their audiences.
Their first full-length album The Dollhouse Thieves delves into personal and universal themes of sexuality, death, romance, nature, and inner conflict, and weaves in and out of genres. It features several notable Colorado musicians, including Jean-Luc Davis (The Railsplitters), Zack Littlefield, Olivia Shaw (Avenhart), and Jessica Eppler (The Prairie Scholars) and was recorded at Wind Over the Earth studio in Longmont, Colorado. It is scheduled to be released digitally and on vinyl in June of 2018. Admittingly, we’re somewhat awkward musicians who don’t like talking about ourselves, so we suggest you listen to our music and form your own opinions.
Jenny LaJoye is a classically trained violinist-turned-pop/folk singer songwriter from Hastings, MI, where she and her five siblings were raised by two professional music conductors. Between her parents' backgrounds in jazz and musical theater, her brother's career in folk music and blues, and her own love for percussion, guitar, and piano, Jenny became a musical pluralist. And her songwriting follows suit.
Jenny released her first EP, “We’ve Been That Way Before,” in 2014, which won the WYCE Jammie Award for Listener’s Choice, Album of the Year. During her last semester at Calvin College in 2015, she recorded and released her first full-length album, “Vapor.”
Jenny is currently living in Denver, CO and working on her Masters at the Iliff School of Theology. Her sophomore album, "Altars," was released on February 23rd, 2018. It’s a pop/folk album with a theological bend because that’s the language Jenny knows how to speak.
Jenny basically wants everyone to know that they’re made of the good stuff.