May 21 @ 7:00 pm$12.00
The Wildwoods enchant their audience with vocals reminiscent of a Jack Johnson and Joni Mitchell duo.
Doors open at 6, show starts at 7. Tickets are $12 in advance, or $15 day-of.
About The Wildwoods:
The Wildwoods are an enchanting Folk/Americana duo based in Lincoln, Nebraska, whose flowing songwriting tandem has been praised by Paste Magazine as “focused and charmingly human”. The Wildwoods’ delicate melodies and descriptive lyrics come from nature, love, experiences from the road, and growing up in Nebraska.
Comprised of Noah and Chloe Gose, the duo met in Lincoln, Nebraska in 2012 and quickly found a liking to each other’s musicianship and songwriting. Fast forward to today and The Wildwoods can be found consistently performing all across the country. The group has supported touring acts such as Elephant Revival, The Hunts, The Accidentals, The Von Trapps, and Jamie Wyatt and has performed Sofar concerts in cities such as London, Brooklyn, and St. Louis. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, The Wildwoods were nominated by the Omaha Arts and Entertainment Awards as a top Americana/Folk artist in Nebraska.
Landon Kuhlmann, of Paste Magazine & Daytrotter wrote “It’s not often we hear a sound this focused. Their singular brand of folk-pop riles up images of young love, innocence, unbridled joy, and the occasional heartbreak.”
The Wildwoods have released two full length albums (Sweet Nostalgia, 2017 & Across a Midwest Sky, 2019) as well as an EP (Birdie & Goose, 2017) and a handful of singles. (Like My Old Man, 2021 & Little Home, 2020) The Wildwoods can be found being accompanied by a lineup of impressive Nebraska musicians including Andrew Vaggalis (Bass), Jack Rodenburg (Piano), Noah Pinkman (Guitar), and Harrison ElDorado. (Drums)
Check Out “Little Home” by The Wildwoods:
“Little Home” was written back in the Spring of 2019 during a particularly challenging mental season Chloe, co-lead of The Wildwoods, was going through. One of the main ways Chloe and Noah communicate with each other is through song. Whether it be about love, funny and exciting experiences they find themselves in, or even hardships they endure, singing and playing music with one another always brings them closer together. Noah wrote the lyrics, illustrating Chloe’s struggle with depression, in hopes of his wife coming to the realization that if they work through their hardships together, everything will always turn out to be okay.
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