Who would have thought that folk rock, almost half a century after its emergence, would still fill stadiums and large venues. Much of the blame lies with groups like the North Americans The Lumineers, responsible - along with Mumford & Sons, Noah and The Whale and Of Monsters and Men - for the fact that acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins and epic choruses to sing along to have become fashionable again.
The fourth album by the band led from Denver by guitarist and singer Wesley Keith Schultz and percussionist Jeremiah Caleb Fraites is called Brightside (2022), the fifth of their career and another example of how well they have been able to adapt the folk rock tradition to the sensibility of the 21st century. Both the public and the industry have been able to appreciate it: gold and platinum records, Grammy and Oscar nominations and a great media presence thanks to their soundtracks for films and series have made them stand out over the last decade, since their brilliant eponymous debut in 2012 until now. Their live shows are real gales, a guarantee of quality.
Born in Greece to parents of Nigerian descent, Abraham Alexander moved to Texas with his family at age 11, determined to escape the racial tensions they faced in Athens. But while his lyrics speak of pain, trauma and life-changing loss, Alexander infuses his music with joyful passion and irrepressible spirit, ultimately giving way to songs that radiate undeniable hope.In creating his debut EP, Alexander traveled from Fort Worth to London and worked with producer/songwriters such as Cameron Warren (The Dap Kings, Dan Caplen), shaping his songs with elements of soul, hip-hop and blues. He is currently working on his next album.
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If the age of the minor is less than 16 years old, he/she must always be accompanied by his/her father, mother or legal guardian.