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Saturday, July 16, 2022
Glori Wilder: 7:00 PM 
Breanna Barbara: 8:00 PM
Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Tickets: $25 In Advance ~ $30 At The Door ~ All seats general admission (and wonderful)

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Breanna Barbara ~ Blues, Alternative, Psychedelia.  

A southern occultist juxtaposed in the middle of the city, Breanna Barbara writes songs that make your soul dance, songs that make you question how many lives you’ve led, and if you ever lived at all.

Through her rambling of the earth, she traced a map constellated with pins, strings, and patterns. Here’s one that traces St. Augustine to New Orleans, to New York City, knotting the places where she once lived. Another loops around the kingdoms of Scandinavia then, lower, ties the mountains of Switzerland, through the beaches of Italy, to the monuments of Paris where she sung her songs to foreign followers.

Over here, Nashville is tacked: a keepsake for her first album, ‘Mirage Dreams’, which she recorded with Andrija Tokic, that went on to praises from V Magazine (“her smoky quartz voice is one in a million”), Bandcamp (“fans of Chelsea Wolfe and King Dude will find plenty here to love”), and Action Bronson who invited her to perform on his VICE talk show.

The densest fragment of the tapestry, with strands cross-crossing throughout, covers North America, where she toured with trip-hop legend Tricky before recording songs for his latest record and his label’s first compilation.

If you squint, these motifs might start making sense but don’t be fooled: the full picture is yet to come.

Glori Wilder ~ Singer-Songwriter of R&B Pop. “Fiona Apple meets Rihanna.” 

Now 19-years old, Glori’s music influences start from her great grandfather, who ran a small nightclub out of his basement, to her immediate family that is made up of musicians and music appreciators. Glori wrote her first song at the age of 7. Home alone and scared, she needed a way to comfort herself, so she wrote a song about an imaginary friend. At 17 she was fully pursuing her music career and was signed to a record label by 18. 

Since working with her new team she has more deeply explored her artistic identity and what she advocates for through her various platforms. Glori uses her music as an outlet to speak up for herself and hopes to inspire her listeners toward personal growth and confidence.

This project is made possible, in part, through funding from Dutchess Tourism, Inc. and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.

 

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Bar: Wine, beer, and soft drinks are available for purchase. 

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