The Buzz Factory Presents: Toy Soldiers and New Sweden with Tim Meren
Join us for the first of a regular concert series at the Buzz Ware Village Center in Arden. We'll be featuring established Delaware acts performing with big artists from beyond the state's borders. Each month we'll also tap a "buzz-worthy" newcomer to open the show. Here's this month's line up:
New Sweden, on tour in support of their first full length album, The Mountain, has been sharing their unique flavor of Americana, Folk, and Indie Rock with the greater Philadelphia region since forming in late 2009. The 6-piece outfit molds their sound using a blend of traditional folk instruments (violin, banjo, acoustic guitar, mandolin, pump organ, bass, percussion) with a modern twist, all backed by energetic live performances and lyrics that are sincere, complex, and powerful; sure to speak to any listener willing to lend an ear...
Toy Soldiers is a lively, hard-working bunch who spent most of the last year playing 120+ shows across the east coast and southern U.S. tearing through everything from tiny dive bars to festival stages to theaters with a brand of soulful rock n' roll music that takes it's roots, puts it in a blender and pours out that good old feeling made for today. They just completed their second full-length studio album, "The Maybe Boys" with producer Bill Moriarty (Dr. Dog, Man Man) looking to be released in spring 2013. They made appearances at Rachael Ray's House Party at SXSW in 2012, CMJ, XPoNential Music Festival and have shared the stage with notable acts such as Dr. Dog, The Felice Brothers, The Walkmen, Fitz and the Tantrums, Jonny Corndawg, J. Roddy Walston and The Business and many more. USA Today called Toy Soldiers the "Top Band to Watch in 2013".
Tim Meren is a brilliant young singer/ songwriter with pipes that recall Late for the Sky era Jackson Browne and the lyrical grit of Lucero. We're expecting big things from Tim in 2013.
Buzz Ware Village Center (View)
2119 The Highway
Arden, DE 19810
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