Wooden Rings Open for Aidan Knight

We are honored to open for this great songwriter in a great sounding room. Just can’t wait to pair up for this. Please come out and enjoy your spring and spring break with us! AIDAN KNIGHT Wooden Rings, The Regular WEDNESDAY, APR. 20TH Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm This event is 21 and over Tickets $10.00 – $12.00 https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1082653?_ga=1.129402244.988200621.1460927269 Aidan Knight- https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=BLBXPaNSZpw Wooden Rings- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L1VXiuQbrA Beat Kitchen 2100 West Belmont 60618 Chicago, IL, US www.beatkitchen.com/

Feed Culture & Arts Center, Kankakee

 

Wooden Rings will be performing with the very nimble jug/folk band, Bones Jugs N Harmony at Feed Arts & Cultural Center in Kankakee, IL on Friday, August 21st at 8:00pm.

Bones Jugs N Harmony is like Frank Zappa un in some Spike Jones, spiced with Looney Tunes playing Nintendo. It’s a ragtime-jugband-calypso-shake-up from Urbana, IL. Wackadoodles.

Openning we have the Kinder Sister. You can hear their vocal amazingness at thekindredsisters.com Kindred+(12+of+21)  

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Feed Arts & Cultural Center 259 S Schuyler Avenue Kankakee, IL 60901 (815) 496-0278
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Feed Arts & Cultural Center, a not-for-profit 501 (c)3 organization, provides an environment for visual and performing artists of all levels and ages to pursue their work and to broaden their knowledge of the role of art in contemporary society. The mission of Feed is to encourage and nurture emerging and established artists and to increase the appreciation and understanding of the arts within the Kankakeeland communities through classes, workshops, outreach, exhibitions, lectures, film screenings and other cultural events. It is our ultimate hope that Feed can provide a space where people from various backgrounds and worldviews can come together to find common ground and a vision of friendship, solidarity, and empowerment in the community.

   

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www.bonesjugs.com

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Wooden Rings & Deer Tracks at DCTORIUM

Supporting DIY spaces, places of experimentation and innovation, is important to us. To us, after all, Wooden Rings as a project is a DIY space that exists simply without the brick and mortar. So come enjoy both spaces.

Canceled. But stay tuned for the next one.

Wooden Rings & Deer Tracks wadwadwad.bandcamp.com dctop40.bandcamp.com At DCTORIUM, located at 3026 W. Armitage On Saturday, May 30th at 8:30pm. $5 Suggested Donation to support the space

At Quenchers

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 & Josefina

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 standing with your drink like at the last show. #wrheliocentric 11042963_10101136401055171_5004042438593152660_n

Wooden Rings + Leah Shoshanna & Khari Lemuel

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.

“Lucky” Fortune

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.

New Tones

Just want to share that I am finally getting the sound I want out of my Godin A6. This slimline acoustic electric comes to life with the right steel strings and a wound 3rd.