The Wood Brothers
Sep 28, 2015
Stuart's welcomes The Wood Brothers. A stalwart on the Americana scene, the Wood Brothers spend most of their nights singing to strangers, something they've become addicted to for the connection they feel with their audiences. And it's this desire for human connection that shapes the songs on their new album Paradise, out October 2nd on Honey Jar Records/Thirty Tigers, and provides the storyline for opening track Singin' to Strangers.
The cover of The Wood Brothers' gorgeous new album, Paradise is adorned with an illustration of a mule staring at a carrot dangling just inches in front of its mouth. The carrot, though, is hanging from a stick affixed to the mule's own head. In come ways he's already got it. And in some ways he'll never have it. That paradox is at the core of Paradise an album about longing and desire and the ways in which the pursuit of fulfillment can keep it perpetually out of our reach.
Ticket pricing - Adv/Door
Floor-$25/30, Balcony-$20/25, Box Seats-$30/35
Cost: $15-25 per personContact:
Stuart's Opera House
52 Public Square
Web Site: http://www.stuartsoperahouse.org/