King Dude joins Chelsea Wolfe for acoustic show at Great American Music Hall, 1/11/13
January 8, 2013
Written by Tim Draut
King Dude and Chelsea Wolfe are kicking off 2013 with an acoustic tour that runs through January. If you missed Wolfe’s acoustic show at Rickshaw Stop in September, don’t skip out on this chance to catch the songstress and her bandmates perform unplugged at Great American Music Hall this Friday, January 11th. The former Bay Area resident (now based in Los Angeles) will be joined by Seattleite King Dude, so expect a night of darkly spiritual and deeply enchanting folk-rock from these two singer-songwriter-guitarist acts.
Wolfe has graced San Francisco with her presence at several local venues over the past couple years. This occasion will mark her second all-acoustic set in the Bay Area, and will be her first time performing at the Great American. The majority of songs performed will likely be from her most recent release, Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs.
King Dude – the dark and brooding American folk project of T.J. Cowgill – now performs as a trio, with Cowgill’s deep, bellowing vocals and haunted guitar strumming at the forefront. The band will likely focus on cuts from Burning Daylight, which was released in October. Stream the album on Bandcamp, where you can also purchase a digital copy. The video for album cut “Holy Land” recently premiered on Pitchfork. Watch it below:
Chelsea Wolfe, King Dude
Great American Music Hall
January 11, 2013
Get full tour details here.