If you have ever ventured into country music without keeping your head firmly buried in a convenient bucket full of sand, you’ve probably heard of Wovenhand. It’s the brainchild of 16 Horsepower’s former lead vocalist, David Eugene Edwards. Wovenhand’s been making music since 2001, and in those 14 years, they’ve pretty much squaredanced all over genre lines. Not quite country, not quite folk, and somewhere alt-rock adjacent, their latest release was 2014’s “Refractory Obdurate.” It’s a little edgier and a lot louder than much of their preceding work, and that’s not a bad thing. Check it:
If you like what you hear, you’re in luck: Wovenhand is making a rare stop in Harrisburg at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. As of press time, there are still tickets available, but interested parties had better hop to it. Tickets are $15, and the show starts at 9 p.m. Ride on.
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