Twiddle: Jam Band Virtuosos Set to Light Up New Mountain
Twiddle performs Monday October 12th at New Mountain Asheville / 6:30 PM
One of the rising stars of the jam band world these past few years, Twiddle, brings their eclectic and explosive live performance to New Mountain’s stage this evening.
The Vermont based foursome consists of Mihali Savoulidis (lead vocals/guitar), Ryan Dempsey (keys/organ/synth/vocals), Brook Jordan (drums/percussion/vocals) and Zdenek Gubb (bass/vocals).
Hailing from the green mountain state and appealing to a similar fan base, the comparisons to Phish are almost unavoidable, however Twiddle’s music is quite divergent from that of the Trey Anastasio led legends.
Twiddle weave sounds ranging from reggae, funk, jazz, progressive rock and even classical into their music to create something that has become more and more rare in the genre in which they exist, something unique.
The level of musical IQ that resides within Twiddle is off the charts. The band’s live performances are filled with moments where at times each member of the quartet showcases their immense talents via distinct solos while throughout continuing to come together in unison to launch elaborate jams that slowly build tension and eventually transform into interstellar sonic masterpieces.
Any fan of bands such as Kung Fu, Papadosio, String Cheese Incident and of course Phish would be remiss, well to miss Twiddle’s first live performance in Asheville in over a year this evening along with The Werks, Cabinet and Fruition.
There are reasons Twiddle is being asked to play at more and more festivals year after year and to tour along side some of the giants in the jam band world. Come see it and more importantly hear and experience it for yourself tonight.
Who: Twiddle with the Werks, Cabinet & Fruition
Where: New Mountain Asheville / 38 N. French Broad Road
When: Monday August 12, 2015 Doors 6:00 PM – Show 6:30 PM
How Much: $15 day-of-show