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Dead Horses at the Heartwood
The Heartwood
Sandpoint, Idaho 83864, ID
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Nov 30, 2022 7:00 PM



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Dead Horses at the Heartwood
Dead Horses isnt a band in the conventional sense. Rather, its an intimate, folk-inspired conversation between two close friends. At its core, the participants are guitarist/singer Sarah Vos and bassist Daniel Wolff. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based pairs musicality, emotionality, and ambitions have sent them on a winding journey in music.

There is a lot vulnerability in what we do, Dan acknowledges. We share in this very personal expression, and we have a common bond in our personal goals. Sarah adds: "We are both running towards this dream of doing what we love-recording music and touring-even when the outcomes are uncertain."

Dead Horses weave together a patchwork of classic and contemporary influences that span trad roots, indie-folk, and other experimental musical idioms. In its artistic continuum, Dead Horses has explored freeform musicality and thoroughly composed approaches. Thematically, the songs are personal, revelatory, and relatable, brimming with imaginative phrases, poetry, vulnerability, and a feeling of redemption.

Dead Horses is something of a fluid project centered around Sarah and Dan but throughout the years has welcomed other like-minded musicians for recording and touring. The band's name is a loving tribute to a former friend of the band who passed away due to struggles with opioid abuse. To this end, Sarah says: Our music is about hope and joy and sharing a message that youre never alone.

Touring has been essential to the groups vitality, and these days Dan and Sarah average 120 dates per year. Choice live performance highlights include national tours with Watchhouse (formally Mandolin Orange), Tramped by Turtles, opening for The Who, and appearances at Red Rocks Amphitheater, and at festivals such as Northwest String Summit, Red Wing Roots, Red Ants Pants, and Bristol Rhythm and Roots.

A bustling boulevard in the heart of Milwaukee provides a colorful backdrop for the latest album by folk duo Dead Horses. Brady Street, which was released this August, is Dead Horses first full-length release since their arresting 2018 record, My Mother the Moon. The last album charted on the Americana Top 50 radio charts for three consecutive months. The single Turntable accrued more than 35 million spins on Spotify and was also featured on the Amazon and Apple Americana playlists. The pairs select media highlights include a Rolling Stone Artist You Should Know mention as well as profiles in Billboard, Noisey, and even independent global news publication Democracy Now!

For their fourth full-length press, the pair decided to stick to their roots and record at Honeytone Studios in Neenah. We wanted to produce something that seemed true to us, so we opted for a closer-to-home approach, explains Daniel Wolff. The experience allowed us to dive in and out of the studio and really work with the individual songs and the overall feel of Brady Street. Because of this, I believe we created a set of songs that contain a wider variety of sounds and textures that we knew were possible for us but didnt have the chance to accomplish yet based on our previous recording strategies.

"I feel that Brady Street is a coming-of-age record for us  both musically and thematically, Vos shares. In some ways, Brady Street is an answer to My Mother the Moon. The latter was written and recorded in the midst of working through childhood traumas and first venturing out on my own. Brady Street is less naive, more gritty, more focused. Brady Street takes the intimacy of nature and brings it into the oftentimes reckless city life. Instead of walks through the forest, the songs take the audience on walks through the city, past all the old churches and bars with rich histories. Both records are filled with songs of hope and the search for beauty, as well as compassion for others, especially strangers. Written primarily throughout the COVID lockdown, Brady Street turns inward and reflects the introspection many of us encountered over the course of the often-melancholy pandemic.

Dead Horses will make their Sandpoint debut at the Heartwood Center on Wednesday November 30th. Doors open at 7 and the music starts at 8 with Eichardt's serving refreshments.

Location

The Heartwood (View)
615 Oak Street
Sandpoint, Idaho 83864, ID 83864
United States

Categories

Music > All Ages
Music > Americana

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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