Live from the Artists Den

Image description
Image description
Image description
Image description

A Fine Frenzy: Live from the Artists Den

After opening for KT Tunstall during her 2007 performance at the Prince George Ballroom in Manhattan, A Fine Frenzy returned to the Artists Den stage as a headliner in August 2009, two weeks before the release of her second album, Bomb in a Birdcage. The intimate show took place in the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY and was announced via Twitter to A Fine Frenzys followers -- which number over one and a half million.


Taken from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Fine Frenzy is the name of 24-year-old singer-songwriter Alison Sudol's band. Born in Seattle to dramatic-arts teacher parents, Sudol moved to Los Angeles at the age of five, where she later taught herself to play piano. Her groups debut record, One Cell in the Sea, cracked the Billboard Top 100, earned the #1 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, and garnered her recognition as a VH1 "You Oughta Know" artist. A Fine Frenzy's sophomore album, Bomb in a Birdcage, was released in September 2009.

To learn more about A Fine Frenzy, visit

Get A Fine Frenzy's new album, Bomb in a Birdcage


As the center of cultural activities on the East End of the Hamptons, Guild Hall has served the region for over 75 years with its educational programs, art museum, and theater. In celebration of its seventy-fifth anniversary, the historic landmark recently underwent extensive renovations, with the goal of preserving its architectural integrity and making everything look as remembered but fresher, fireproofed, and in surround sound.

Get Connected

The piano plays me. I do not play it

- Tori Amos

Image description

On a cold December night in New York City, Tori Amos played a private solo concert for one hundred fans.

Browse our store



"At first glance, singer/songwriter Alison Sudol of A Fine Frenzy looks delicate fragile, even. But, as her performance at at Guild Hall in East Hampton, N.Y. attests, shes a soulful singer inspired by the greats, ranging from Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong to the Velvet Underground, Talking Heads and Belle & Sebastian."

- Rebecca Harper (Editor, Hulu Blog)

"Your show in East Hampton was amazing! Love the Michael Jackson cover! And I would totally have your music play at my wedding even if it was a sad love song! Lol"

- Courtney March (Facebook)

"The show tonight was amazing! It was def worth the four hour drive ha ha but maybe on your tour coming up you can play a little closer to jersey ;) see ya soon!"

-Valerie Marlaina Winders (Facebook)

"Loved loved loved the show last night in East Hampton!"

- Ann-Marie Soucy (Facebook)

"Hamptons show was Awesome!"

- Desiree Fernett Mckelvey (Facebook)

"Her talent is still very raw and pure. It appeals to me on a very unique level and I suppose that as she gains popularity and her entourage expands she will explode on the music scene. Thanks Alison. How I do love your gift!"

- Shane Ownbey (Hulu)

"Her emotional performance was captivating and her voice is beautiful. Im looking forward to watching her develop."

- Sunshine Flagg (Hulu)