September 5, 2014 @ 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Goddard College Concerts presents the David Wax Museum with opener Rusty Belle!
David Wax Museum: “Kicks up a cloud of excitement with its high-energy border-crossing sensibility.” – New Yorker.
Rusty Belle: “…is difficult to pigeonhole. The band’s ‘roots-rock/junk-folk’—equal parts homespun country, wistful folk, and sweaty garage punk—wastes no time stripping a song down to its bare-naked bones.” – UTNE Reader.
Tickets: $15 advanced online. $20 day-of show at the door.
When future music historians look back at the strong currents circulating between the Americas in the 21st century, they will find Los Lobos, Calexico, and a charismatic Missourian singing tight harmony with a Southern belle rattling the jawbone of a donkey. David Wax and Suz Slezak front the David Wax Museum, and together with their band they fuse traditional Mexican folk with indie rock and American roots to create a Mexo-Americana aesthetic.
The bonfire of success David Wax Museum has kindled with its innovative, grass-roots approach is currently roaring. After years busking at house concerts and touring with The Avett Brothers, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and the Old 97s, DWM picked up the 2010 Boston Music Awards Americana Artist of the Year. NPR called their concert at Newport a highlight of the entire weekend, Bob Boilen of All Songs Considered filed their sound under “pure, irresistible joy,” and the Museum was invited back to Newport to play the 2011 main stage.
With an illustration in The New Yorker, #8 on Paste Magazine’s list of the Best Live Acts of 2011, and a nod from TIME magazine as one of the top ten acts of 2011’s South by Southwest, David Wax Museum has become one of the hottest new indie bands around.
$15 advanced online. $20 day-of show at the door.