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REVOLVE SOUND: Life Like Water + Special Guest Wes Tirey

  • REVOLVE 821 Riverside Drive Asheville, NC, 28801 United States (map)

REVOLVE SOUND

Life Like Water with special guest Wes Tirey
8pm Friday May 17th

$10 suggested donation
(pay what you can)

Life Like Water  is the brainchild of David Matters and is a musical response to a radical shift in awareness. After many years of creating music through various projects (most notably the newgrass band Gipsy Moon) as well as a number of genre shifts, his focus has narrowed and his vision has broadened.  Together with his incredible bandmates Megan Drollinger, Charles Furtado, and Nick Brower, Life Like Water has developed a sound that straddles the edges of contemporary folk and traditional music from around the world.  This music contains elements to fit almost anyone's taste. You can dance, groove, bob your head, space out, tune in, relax, get excited, and possibly even shed a tear to it.

Life Like Water is the brainchild of David Matters and is a musical response to a radical shift in awareness. After many years of creating music through various projects (most notably the newgrass band Gipsy Moon) as well as a number of genre shifts, his focus has narrowed and his vision has broadened.

Together with his incredible bandmates Megan Drollinger, Charles Furtado, and Nick Brower, Life Like Water has developed a sound that straddles the edges of contemporary folk and traditional music from around the world.

This music contains elements to fit almost anyone's taste. You can dance, groove, bob your head, space out, tune in, relax, get excited, and possibly even shed a tear to it.


Wes Tirey  Tirey’s wonderful and curling acoustic guitar and narrative story song shavings remain the ground to stand on, lost among the atmospheric dusky accompaniment of ghostly electric guitar work from Shane Parish. A shuddering and sweet denim blue pocket full of stories and songs, a fingered pick worn sharp, a pen vivid and a voice low, boot the cobblestones and roll tired but trying in the alleys. A candid blues vision.

Wes Tirey
Tirey’s wonderful and curling acoustic guitar and narrative story song shavings remain the ground to stand on, lost among the atmospheric dusky accompaniment of ghostly electric guitar work from Shane Parish. A shuddering and sweet denim blue pocket full of stories and songs, a fingered pick worn sharp, a pen vivid and a voice low, boot the cobblestones and roll tired but trying in the alleys. A candid blues vision.