Wow. Do not miss this show!
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Limited seating available!
$10 suggested donation at the door/ advance (or more!)
Cover art photo credits: Liam Conway for the Tumbling Wheels & Ryan Smiley for Danielle Mohr.
Danielle Mohr, Dunedin, Fl.
Born and raised in Dunedin, this native Floridian is an acoustic guitarist, vocalist, and soul-pop singer/songwriter who is quickly gaining traction in the music world. She has been a featured artist on WMNF's 88.5 Florida Folk Show (watch here), Musician's Wanted, and Acoustic Peace Club. She performs all over the bay area and is starting to tour the Country. Most notably, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Capitol Theatre, and the Clearwater Jazz Fest.
At one of her live shows you can expect to hear clever and thoughtful lyrics dance playfully over her eclectic guitar melodies. She incorporates a looping pedal into her live performance to create layered tracks rich with harmonies and driving rhythm. Natural talent flows freely through Danielle as she artfully engages her audience to feel the music while enjoying her songs. She puts her mark on all music she plays, be they originals or covers.
Danielle Released her debut cd «Momentum» August 22nd of 2017. With Randy Rockit Barr as the producer and Chad Carlson as the engineer, this is a project you can't miss out on hearing. Now on most streaming sites!
The Tumbling Wheels, New Orleans LA.
The Tumbling Wheels draw heavily from American folk, country, and soul traditions. With influences as disparate as Bessie Smith, Hoyt Axton, and the Smothers Brothers, the group brings a peculiar blend of genres together for a sound that abounds in rich vocal harmony, dynamic instrumentation, and colorful storytelling.
The band got its beginnings playing at the United Bakery Gallery, a humble yet spirited event space on Saint Bernard Avenue in New Orleans. Though the gallery itself is no longer open, its essence lives on as the local community record label United Bakery Records, which released «The Tumbling Wheels Play The No Counts,» recognized by Offbeat Magazine as one of the 50 best albums of 2016 and nominated for one of their Best of the Beat awards the same year. They play regularly in New Orleans and recently played at the 2018 Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Comprised of Jeffrey Sutton (vocals/guitar/violin), Rachel Wolf (vocals), Joanna Tomassoni (drums/vocals/guitar), James Stram (bass), and Sam Ottinger (guitar), The Tumbling Wheels are emotive performers that will have you weeping into your gin one minute and spilling it on the dance floor the next. Either way, you'll leave feeling shaken and stirred.