Erin Corday Bellingham 2020

Erin Corday - First Bellingham show in 10 years! - April 25, 2020
Sylvia Center for the Arts - Lucas Hicks Theater, Bellingham WA - 7:00pm show

Erin Corday with Whole Lotta Drums, The Glaser Gals & Special Guests

More info and tickets available here.

NOTE: The Erin Corday April 25, 2020 concert has been postponed as of 3/6/20 until further notice.

Update 4/19/20: In light of the continuing COVID-19 health guidelines and the related civil crisis, there is insufficient information to reschedule any dates at this time.

I look forward to seeing everyone once public health, safety and other factors are stabilized.

Triple Door

Get Your Tickets for the Triple Door show - April 5, 2015
Seattle, WA - Bill Frisell + Erin Corday - 7:00pm show

Bill Frisell & Erin Corday "A Night for the Bee: a Benefit for The Common Acre"

More info and tickets available here.

See cool concert poster here.

Royal Room - Sept 21, 2013

Erin's Body In Motion Tour Sneak Preview - Concert & Adventure-Land Ride with Special Guests Dave Carter, Keith Lowe, Michael Savage & Joel Litwin
Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013
Royal Room, Seattle, WA 8pm

Join me on Saturday, Sept 21 for my biggest show in a decade at the fabulous Royal Room, Seattle's premiere concert stage and music-lover's mecca created and lovingly curated by the ever-visionary Wayne Horvitz and the previous owners of the historic OK Hotel.

$12 advance / $15 at the door, available from Stranger Tickets
All ages show. Bar with ID.

In support of the upcoming U.S. release of my album Where The Body Is, I'll be returning to Seattle for my first full-length show in 10 years at the Royal Room.

Joining me will be Dave Carter (Bill Frisell, Pearl Jam) on trumpet, Keith Lowe (Fiona Apple, Wayne Horvitz) on bass, Joel Litwin (John Miller, Arête Quartet) on drums and even my amazing artistic enabler and producer Michael Savage on piano and electric keyboards.

You'll hear songs from my album Where The Body Is of course.

I'll also be debuting what to me are some of my most exciting and ambitious songs and such that I've been creating the past few years but never previously performed in public.

This means that for the first time in my career I'll actually be playing my beloved and somewhat unpredictable (in an interesting way) Melosonic 350 vintage combo organ as well as other keyboards.

I'll also be performing for the very first time with some of my favorite awesome musicians on the West Coast!

I'm not sure how to say this next part, except that I am very intentionally aiming beyond anywhere I've ever gone before for this show. This is because of artists like Cuong Vu, Sufjan Stevens, Stina Nordenstam, Mari Boine, Jon Brion, Beck, Bjork and Thom Yorke whose music has had such a creatively liberating effect on me these past few years. Plus you only live once, and it's not like being myself artistically is going to suddenly damage my career after such a long hiatus (ten years!). Is it alternative pop, folk, jazz, post-rock, poetry or music? Whatever. To me it's more about alchemy, like let's turn a room of straw into gold. Anyway for all these reasons I don't want to hold back anymore; I want to go full tilt into a landscape of beauty and ensemble and playfulness, transformation and adventure.

So this will be my most adventurous performance to date. I anticipate many unforeseen elements both high and low, and I invite you to join us as we surf the waves, improvise through any glitches and maybe even experience some unrepeatable glories.

Advance tickets are recommended since it only holds about 100 people and it's my first full-length Seattle show in ten years.



In what Heaven Pop Magazine is calling a "a phenomenal comeback for Corday," Where The Body Is already made several Top 10 lists prior to its U.S. release.

"Best Albums of the Year" - Euro Americana chart

"Joni Mitchell meets Radiohead" – Rose Polenzani, Voices on The Verge

"A magical, wide sound… in the beautifully orchestrated The Landing and Portishead-like Orange Chair" – Heaven Pop Magazine


Get Your Tickets for the Triple Door show - April 19, 2013
Seattle, WA - Blame Sally + Erin Corday - 8:00pm show

A rare live show and finally the Seattle CD release for Where The Body Is! Yep-- a full opening set with my whole band. Witness me using the word "stoked!"

Joining me will be Joel Litwin on drums and Aaron Harmonson on bass.

Blame Sally has graciously invited me to join the bill for their 2013 Seattle tour date. One of my favorite live acts-- you've got to see their show! These rising stars (winners of multiple IMA Independent Music Awards, featured in Guitar Player Magazine etc) are also my dear friends-- including Jeri Jones, Pam Delgado, Renee Harcourt, and Monica Pasqual, who released one of my favorite albums last year.

Just so you know-- I only do shows with acts that I LOVE, that I think you will love too. And the stage is superb :)

Get your tickets here or call 206.838.4333. Doors open at 7pm. Show at 8pm. Admission $15 advance/$17 day of show. 216 Union St., Seattle. It's already selling fast so don't wait!

We're opening the show… DON'T BE LATE! In fact, get there early so we can SEE you and you can heckle us! And throw notes onstage etc.


January 2012
"Where The Body Is" lands on the "Best Albums of the Year" and several Top Ten lists, Euro Americana chart

Erin's new album "Where the Body Is," was just named one of the "Best Albums of 2011" by the Euro Americana Chart!

The Top 50 list also included The Decemberists, Joe Henry, Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch, The Walkabouts, Lucinda Williams and Alison Krauss.

The Euro Americana Chart is compiled by DJs, journalists, retailers, promoters and music writers from all over Europe. Each year they compile a report of the top CDs voted by the members.

Click to see the list! Los Meilleurs Albums of 2011



December 12, 2011
Dutch review of Where The Body Is in PopMagazineHeaven

"A magical, wide sound… in the beautifully orchestrated The Landing and Portishead-like Orange Chair… a phenomenal comeback for Corday"



December 2011
Ranks #2 on the "10 Most Beautiful Albums of 2011" with Joe Henry, Nathan Bell and Louis Johnson -- Rein Van Den Berg

1. Louis Johnson, Old Friend
2. Erin Corday, Where the Body Is
3. Bill Callahan, Apocalypse
4. Steve Tilston, The Reckoning
5. Jeff Black, Plow through the Mystic
6. Joe Henry, Reverie
7. Nathan Bell, Black Crow Blue
8. Israel Nash Gripka, Barn Doors Concrete Floors
9. Over the Rhine, The Long Surrender
10. Howe Gelb & A Band of Gypsies, Alegrias

Also named on John Smit’s "Top Ten of 2011" along with Martin Simpson and Gillian Welch.


Saturday, November 12, 2011 - Erin's CD Release Party!
Bake's Place - Issaquah, WA - 7:45pm show

Erin returns to the Seattle area to kick off the nationwide release of her new CD album "Where the Body Is," recently named one of this year's "Top 25 Albums" by the Euro Americana Chart.

Join us for the official CD release party in this gorgeous, premier venue with wrap-around view, plush red velvet curtains, beautiful stage and setting, fantastic sound and lights, outstanding cuisine and wine list. With Joel Litwin on drums and maybe a surprise guest or two :)

For reservations call 425-391-3335 or email Seating for dinner at 6 - 7:15pm. 7:45 show. Admission $15 at the door.

Bake's Place - 4135 Providence Pt. Dr. SE, Issaquah, WA
Directions & info:


November 2011
European Raves for "Where The Body Is" in Johnny's Garden

Rein Van Den Berg of Johnny's Garden in The Netherlands posted a lovely review of Where The Body Is. The review is in Dutch and can be viewed here.

"Thoroughly intriguing, music that creates a thrilling tension... Magical and elusive… a groundbreaking production." -- Rein Van Den Berg

"This is my favorite "Rein album" this year so far… such heavy, velvet and adventurous atmosphere… When the dust at the end of the year is gone then Corday’s album will still be standing… this album is really beyond category"
-- Hans Jansen

"Retroactively impressed by this work. What can your ears and your mood sometimes "cheat." When this album came out, I could make little of it. Now it spins regularly on my player. Voila!" -- Arjan Post


June 22, 2011
What music writers are saying about Where The Body Is

"Absolutely fantastic… fucking amazing"
Brent Cole, What’s Up Magazine

"Quietly intense and Intelligent… I would listen this album many times."
All Those Wasted Hours (music blog)


May 2011
Where The Body Is debuts on the Euro Americana chart

On the Top 25 along with Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Jeffrey Foucault, The Band Of Heathens, Eliza Gilkyson, The Good Lovelies and Karen Savoca and Alison Krauss.

Here's Erin on the Top 25 charts for May and April.


March 22, 2011
Erin's New Album - Where the Body Is - DONE!

Announcing the completion of Where the Body Is, Erin's first new release in over a decade. Erin is releasing 200 advance copies now-- directly to fans two months before the national release in May. To order now visit the store.

What people are saying so far--

"F***ing brilliant... just stunning" - Kym Tuvim
"F***ing beautiful" - Evan Brubaker
"F***ing amazing" - Adrienne P.

"Devastating" -- Grace Hearn

"This is an absolute work of genius. I am blown away" - Monica Pasqual

"the CD is so beautiful. Every song is another adventure I want you to take me on!!" -- Gary Payne

"Magnificent" -- Jim Page

"I must say, it has me under it's spell. What a beautiful collection of songs. Amazing production yet very organic sounding at the same time."

"Damn what a great CD you all made! ... Love it and love what Michael did with your vocals especially.' -- Doug Hayman

"Sheise Marizia ! What a great piece of work... Smokin' album"
-- Terry Tufts

First Review Appears in Europe--

The Dutch music magazine Johnny's Garden is currently featuring Where the Body Is on it's home page, with a full review of the album.

" Music that creates a thrilling tension... very contemporary, yet daring... great penetrating work in a groundbreaking production... Where Is the Body Is both magical and elusive" - Rein van den Berg


August 2010
Erin part of the Fast Folk Revival

Fast Folk was a legendary movement born in Greenwich Village in the '70's. Multiple songwriters showcasing their best on stage. It helped launch the careers of Suzanne Vega and Shawn Colvin. Peter Spencer was one of those original artists, and he's bringing the Fast Folk Revival to the Triple Door in Seattle on Tuesday, August 17. Click here for more info.


July 30, 2010
Erin performs first Bellingham show in 10 years

On Saturday, July 31, Erin will be returning to a Bellingham, WA stage for the first time in over a decade. The full show is at the Fairhaven Library Auditorium, 8pm show, doors open at 7:30pm. Limited seating, advance tickets available at the Community Food Coop (downtown), and at the show. Click here for more info.


July 1, 2010
Erin to perform Seattle & Bellingham shows in July!

Erin returns to Northwest stages in July with a double-bill at Egan's in Seattle 7/21 and a full show in Bellingham 7/31. Click here for calendar and full details.

May 30, 2010
Welcome to

Welcome to my first official web site! We’re celebrating with a Cyber Party and you’re invited. Come on in, take a look around, help yourself to some appetizers, and watch us build the site before your eyes!

Open House & Cyber Party
The site launch and party starts May 30 and continues through June 30, so be sure to join the mailing list to find out about exclusive content and limited time offers available only during the party. Also, we’ll be adding new features weekly, including my very first online store!

Take the Tour
Start here: 1) Find out about Erin’s new album “Where the Body Is.” 2) Join Erin’s mailing list to be notified as soon as pre-orders go on sale. 3) Visit us backstage or in the gallery between June 1 – 30 for exclusive content, never-before seen photos and artwork we’ll be adding weekly.

May 29, 2010
Erin is currently in the studio recording her fifth album and third national release on Waterbug Records.

Learn all about the new album here.

All pre-orders will receive an advance copy of the CD this summer – several months before the national release!