The music of David Eugene Edwards' Wovenhand is utterly unique, dizzying those who encounter it, with turnings and lashings of shadow and light. In almost every documented encounter with the music of Wovenhand, what is described is an experience so visceral and so universally disorienting, that one has to take note. From the first measures of music, the taste of desert earth is on the lips; neck-hairs snap to attention as strange and unfamiliar sounds whisper just underneath the surge of guitar and the rumble of bass; clouds loom on the horizon promising either the balm of rain or the threat of judgment — it could be either. The smell of horses' breath, like ash, carries with it messages from another place, a place that is at once very very far away and impossibly close... The music of Wovenhand is its own iconography, its own world, its own universe.

Saint Maybe

Saint Maybe lives in Tucson. Kim says Tucson is like the way the rest
of the world will be pretty soon. We like Kim. We believe that our
future is negotiable. After playing with Patti Smith for fifteen
years, songwriter Oliver Ray met up in 2011 with like minded souls
Winston Watson (Bob Dylans drummer for five years) and high school
bandmate Chris Sauer. Together they joined up with Tucson's finest
musicains, Connor Gallaher and Fen Ikner, to bring the music of Saint
Maybe to the world.



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Wovenhand with Saint Maybe

Tuesday, January 22 · 8:00 PM at Club Congress