Acoustic hours: Amanda Standalone and Kwaician
A night of original acoustic music at the Fargo Moorhead Community stage! About the performers......
Amanda Standalone is a writer and folk musician from Sabin, Minnesota. Standalone has released two albums, Millions of Blackbirds (2010), which bears the Title track Bird flew Hard for the HBO documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert, and Trouble (2014).. Amanda Standalones music is a soulful blend of acoustic folk/blues strongly influenced by American Roots music. She is currently recording her third album Youre Still Here, a concept album based on real life paranormal stories, due out May 2022
Kwaician Traylor is a singer, and songwriter originally born in Chicago, Illinois. At seven years old he began performing at local churches and performing professionally at age thirteen. At age sixteen he moved from Carbondale, Illinois to Fargo, North Dakota where he began to find his voice as a true musician and songwriter, as well as develop his talent with a loop pedal. Deeply rooted in the storytelling, and emotional connections of northern folk music, Kwaician released his first independent EP, titled, Six Strings and a Notebook, in 2015. Not long after his first release came two more EPs, Vision (2016), VIP Session: Kwaician Live In Fargo (2017) and an album, Holding On & Letting Go (2018), all independently released. Traylors talent and work ethic has quickly gained him acclaim from musicians and fans alike, leading to larger venue performances including the likes of the Fargo Street Fair and the Fargo Theatre. Kwaician has toured nationally to crowds, large and intimate. He divides time between Fargo and Chicago, recording and spending time with his family.
Fargo Moorhead Community Stageat Hjemkomst (View)
202 1st Ave N, Moorhead, MN 56560
Moorhead, MN 56560