is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer. He has worked with numerous musical legends across an equally diverse tapestry of musical styles. Most recently, Wilson has both contributed toIs This the Life We Really Want? album and is touring with Waters as one of his guitarists.Last week, Wilson released a new studio album entitled Rare Birds that features contributions fromand.
Los Angeles four-piece rockersrolled through Toronto for the very first time on the weekend and got some local booties shaking at. Primarily performing material from their debut album Booty Shakers Ball, Vista Kicks pulled a few tracks out from their 2016 EP Chasing Waves this evening as well.Adorned in matching burgundy loungewear,(vocals),(guitar/vocals),(bass), and(drums) worked their way through almost a dozen original songs this evening.
Feeling better? I was supposed to talk to you earlier, and you had a cold. How did those shows go? Did they come together OK? Cool. How much of the new material did you play at them? Did you play the whole album, or just a few of the songs? Can you tell me how you wound up added to the New Damage roster up here in Canada? Nice. Can I assume that there might be some Canadian dates coming up after you wrap everything booked up in May?
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