Strobe Session #50: The Damn Choir w/Wooden Wing, December 14th, 2012

Strobe Recording is located at 2631 W. Division Chicago, IL. Doors open at 7:30pm, Wooden Wing: 8:30 pm, The Damn Choir 9:30 pm. This is a BYOB event with a $10 suggested donation. Sets will be recorded live in front of a studio audience. Please plan to arrive on time.

THERE IS LIMITED SEATING FOR THIS EVENT. IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND, YOU MUST RSVP TO: strobesessions@gmail.com

Strobe Sessions is excited to have The Damn Choir with special guest Wooden Wing for our 50th Strobe Session, YES 50!!

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The Damn Choir (www.reverbnation.com/thedamnchoir)
The Damn Choir’s use of guitar, cello, bass, vocals and drums, along with Gordon Robertson’s introspective lyrics, create songs that range from meandering and melancholic to pulsing and vengeful.
“You’re My Secret Called Fire” is the bands sophomore release (April of 2012) and was produced and recorded by Jamie Wagner at Strobe Recording in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood. The band has been playing some of Chicago’s best clubs (i.e. Links Hall, Schubas, The Hide Out, Empty Bottle) so don’t miss this one!

“The Damn Choir exhibits a compositional understanding that is so often absent in fledgling bands which sets them apart. If these acts continue to push themselves in this new direction, I think they could very well be signed in the next year.”
-The Vinyl District, May 2012

“Elegance. It’s the overwhelming quality that’s present in the music of The Damn Choir. Take the band’s lead single from their newest album, “Noah,” for example. An electric guitar line dances between the simple strumming of an acoustic rhythm.”
-Gaper’s Block, May 2012

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Wooden Wing (www.reverbnation.com/woodenwing)
With a California tang infused with a Wisconsin folk sensibility, Wooden Wing speaks with the woody hum sparking from the old Silvertone ax slung round the neck accompanied by electric guitar, synth elements, and vocal harmonies to remember. Where the road goes, no one knows. The ride is all that matters.

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