David Huss and the Headwaters | The Be Stills (Folk Rock) $10
Friday, March 13 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
David Huss is a Minneapolis based singer-songwriter with a writing style rooted in Americana, folk and upbeat acoustic rock. David’s songs are written with an optimistic perspective and are inspired by life’s transitions.
In 2019 David recorded his first full length album – Intuition – and simultaneously
formed his band ‘The Headwaters’. The past year consisted of full band performances around the state of Minnesota, finishing the album, and honing the sound of the full band into the finished upbeat folk rock sound they have become known for. ‘The Headwaters’
are Lara Solveig on violin and harmony, Wesley Miller on percussion, Danny Gilles on keys and harmony, Noah Cameron on bass, and Hannah Hmeidie on on French Horn.
‘Intuition’ is 10 tracks of upbeat indie/folk – full of bright melodies, soaring
violin solos, and echoing choruses (along with a choir of horns to tie it all together) – the album blends the structure and feel of new folk with hints of rock and Americana all built around the strum of an acoustic guitar.
Fronted by a brother-sister vocal duo, The Be Stills draw on Midwestern songwriting traditions of concrete balladry and magical realism. They fuse reserved, expressive percussion with classical fiddle and atmospheric guitar. Since their first, folk-forward album, “To The Tide House,” their style has evolved to incorporate 90s alt sounds that better fit their passing fixation on post apocalyptic storytelling. The Be Stills are based in Minneapolis and honor Minnesota influences from Bob Dylan to Bon Iver.
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$10 cover charge will be added to your tab.