Friends, This will be the first show for Wooden Rings with a quartet. Come listen to brand new songs and new explorations into what is means to experience spring in Chicago. Acoustic Guitar and Vocals: Ramah Jihan Malebranche Electric Guitar: Peter Paul Burger V a.k.a P5 Drums: Jonathan Chiu a.k.a Chewy Bass: Noah Silver-Mathews Much love, WR Thank you Phantom Note Doors: 8:00pm Show: 9:00pm 21+ $5 Ticket Link: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/835545 11pm MAN CALLED NOON https://www.facebook.com/pages/Man-Called-Noon/226487839584 GOOSE CORP https://www.facebook.com/GooseCorp 10pm WOODEN RINGS https://www.facebook.com/woodenringsmusic 9pm
Wooden Rings and Josefina Asconape (joined by Jim Tuerk) will be performing intimate solo sets on March 6th at Uncommon Ground at 3800 North Clark St. Music Starts at from 9:00pm and Wooden Rings plays at 10:00pm.. This is the perfect place to hear some new songs, eat a great meal, and drink the darkness away. Make Sure the reserve a table with Uncommon Ground! They do go fast and you don’t want to be
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Wooden Rings will be opening up for Leah Shoshanah with Khari Lemuel at Uncommon Ground on Devon on Friday, February 6at 8:00pm – 10:00pm $10 Uncommon Ground 1401 West Devon Ave Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60613 Music for your soul. Singer and songwriter, Leah Shoshanah, has teamed up with iconic singers and composers, Khari Lemuel and Ramah Malebrache, to hunt truth with music. Beautiful cello and guitar accompaniment, harmonies and powerful singing are the vehicle for a journey through stories and song. The evening will begin with a short set of solo work by Ramah Malebranche of “Wooden Rings”, followed by Leah’s solo music, as well as new collaborations with both Khari and Ramah. This is an event not to be missed! About the artists: Leah Shoshanah is a mystic, a storyteller, a visionary and an artist to the core. She brings her eclectic experiences to music as a composer and singer. She has been playing her original music for several years throughout Chicago and beyond. Often combining the sacred and the silly, she is a unique voice in the singer-songwriter world. www.leahshoshanah.com Khari Lemuel is an icon in the Chicago music scene. His voice and songs have brought him to venues around the world. A classically trained cellist, Khari brings instrumental accompaniment, back-up vocals and mastery to Leah’s compositions and poetry. Ramah David Jihan Malebranche is a master musician who composes acoustic chamber music for his band, Wooden Rings. His songs resonate with lyrical depth, tenderness, and unparalleled honesty. Check out his work at www.woodenringsmusic.com. Seating is limited, RSVP by calling 773-465-9801.
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The astrological bodies have align for this one!!! Now, I’m am one of the least mystical people out there. Mysticism is actually a big turn off that I have to be carefull not the let flare up when meeting new people. But the crew and I were sitting in the kitchen at the recording studio, about to record this wonderful song, “Lucky,” when I pulled this prophesy out of my yummy fortune cookie. We all just stopped moving and stared for a second and the started screaming. We then nailed it in the studio. Can’t wait to share.
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After a fantastic EP Release concert at an amazing space at Old Town School of Folk Music, we will be bring our music to Wicker Park’s own MGO Fashion Boutique, where we will play selection from the new EP Twisted & Tangled as well as a new song on Ukulele! Come listen while explore Wicker Park’s nooks and crannies and pick up an EP to take home.
LocationMGO Fashion Boutique 1754 W Division (between Hermitage Ave & Wood St) Chicago, IL 60622 Neighborhood: Wicker Park
DateSaturday, November 16th Time: 1:00pm Price: Gratis
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The Examiner had some nice this to say about our music recently: October 2, 2013 Wooden Rings is so much more than the typical chamber pop ensemble, and their unique approach to arranging has quickly attracted the local media. ‘Finding Me’ left us breathlessly searching for answers. That and other introspective tracks from 2012’s self-titled debut inspired interviews on WXRT’s Local Anesthetic, WTTW’s Chicago Tonight and WBEZ’s Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia. Part of the allure is the lyrics — “Well worn, engraved, familiar but strange, the rings we wore everyday…” it’s that ability they have to take the everyday object and turn it into something tangible and communicative, that is memorable. It’s the translucent beauty of acoustic strings that introduce so many of their soulful ballads as well as the collection of instruments that blend and deepen the theme: xylophone to reed, nylon string to electric bass. We’re whipped through a myriad of emotions when vocalist /songwriter Ramah D. Jihan Malebranche sings the chilling refrain in ‘When I Knew.’ With four tracks on their current EP, which was recorded at Electrical Audio here in Chicago and will be released this month at Old Town School of Folk Music, Wooden Rings is eager to share more of their bounty. WHO: Wooden Rings WHAT: EP Release WHERE: Old Town School of Folk Music, 4545 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago. WHEN: Thursday October 24, 8 PM, $15
We are very honored perform at the 2nd annual Lamp Light Music Festival! Continuing with tradition, this is a “House Show Music Festival” featuring music performances, workshops, visual art, and food in five different houses in the Eastown neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Music begins on the Friday night of November 1st, and continues throughout the weekend, dovetailing on Novemeber3rd. If you live near Grand Rapids and plan to share this warm weekend with us, please check out our music before hand so you get a feeling for what we do. Can’t wait to wee you there!