Tuesday Tune: ‘Singin’ to Strangers’ by The Wood Brothers
The Wood Brothers are set to make a triumphant return to McGlohon Theater on Saturday, Nov. 14. The trio played McGlohon last fall and have since released their critically-acclaimed album “Paradise.”
The new album, released Oct. 2, marks the first entire album written with the entire band living in Nashville. It also scored The Wood Brothers a No. 1 Billboard Heatseekers debut and features a collaboration with Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks.
Here’s what a few critics have said about “Paradise”:
“A record that’s equal parts recapitulation/reinvention of the certifiably great band that is The Wood Brothers.”
— Glide Magazine
“Brothers Chris and Oliver Wood and their friend Jano Rix gather for another impossibly good set of songs that make you wonder how they do it all so well.”
“Salvation, sin, loneliness, yearning, desire, faith, prayers for peace and heartache aren’t concepts to be taken lightly. But on their fifth studio effort, the Wood Brothers wrap spry, soulful folk-rock around songs that address those and other weighty topics with a light touch and even some surprisingly forceful grooves.”
— American Songwriter
Watch The Wood Brothers perform their latest single “Singin’ to Strangers” here.
The Wood Brothers perform at McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square Saturday, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. The Rigs will open the show. Seats are still available, but they’re going fast. Get your tickets today! Prices start at just $20.