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  • Phoebe Hunt & Connor Forsyth, Whetherman

    This show was on Apr 22nd, 2014 | 21 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Apr 23
      Even better than last night, as F&S is such an awesome place, & has some real sound. The piano is superb. Very entertaining. Phoebe has a wonderful voice & pleasant way about her music. I didn't see the opening act. Thanks again, CW!
    • Apr 23
      I enjoyed the concert. Phoebe and Conner are excellent musicians and have a wonderful stage presence. I've known their "manager" for years and have seen them at various other venues. I wish Conner could carry that piano with him everywhere! Thanks for the opportunity to watch from my living room.
    • Apr 23
      Fantastic show at the Freight and Salvage!! Really enjoyed Whetherman, new to me. Very soulful, beautiful singing, acoustic guitar. Loved the harmonica as well. Phoebe and Connor were amazing in this space, as thought they belonged there! Simply expanded into it, and the singing/music was the best I've heard it. I certainly hope they return! The feed was great as well, glitch free on both tablet and phone (I drove home for the first half-listening mainly.).
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“Sound that will lift your spirits and feed your soul” – that’s how the website Indie Music Reviewer describes the music of Whetherman, the folk project of 29-year-old Nicholas Williams of Jacksonville, Florida, whose fifth and latest Whetherman album, Streams and Pastures, features catchy folk grooves and easy, inviting vocals that make you want to listen all day. Nicholas says that he’s... more

“Sound that will lift your spirits and feed your soul” – that’s how the website Indie Music Reviewer describes the music of Whetherman, the folk project of 29-year-old Nicholas Williams of Jacksonville, Florida, whose fifth and latest Whetherman album, Streams and Pastures, features catchy folk grooves and easy, inviting vocals that make you want to listen all day. Nicholas says that he’s inspired by the five N’s – nature, neighbors, nostalgia, now, and what’s next. “Songwriting is tricky,” he says. “I can’t sit down and tell myself I need to write or force something onto paper. It’s at its best when it’s unintentional, when it comes from nowhere like a breeze.”

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