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Flat Iron

Hannah Kaminer & The Wistfuls + Dulci + Thomas Kozak

  June 19, 2024 7:30 PM

Doors Open: 6:30 PM
DAY OF: $15.00

DAY OF Public Onsale: June 19, 2024 12:01 AM to June 19, 2024 7:30 PM
Live at Flat Iron
Wednesday, June 19, 2024
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:30pm
$12 adv / $15 day of 
Thomas Kozak is a singer-songwriter based in Asheville, NC. With a focus on lyricism and structure that stretches convention, he looks to bend an ear beyond the expected. His blend of intricate picking patterns and soft, dark vocals has led his music to be described as meditative and intimate. A poet as well, Kozak places considerable emphasis on his lyrics, which move beyond the classic narrative progression. 
In 2019, Kozak linked up with the critically-acclaimed Americana artist Jim White (“Wrong-Eyed Jesus”/“No Such Place”) who would produce his first full-length album, “The Rubicon.” Engineered by John Keane and released on June 3rd, 2022, “The Rubicon” is an exploration of the ongoing life of the decisions one makes, traced through to a culminating acceptance, all against the wildly diverse soundscape Jim White is known for. 
Kozak’s new EP, “Our Lady of Embers,”(released April 20th) plays with the concept of divine intercession and the desire to construct externalizations of interior struggles in order to face them more clearly. All six songs were engineered by Mike Johnson (of Slowpacker) at Citizen Studios and Drop of Sun Studios in Asheville.

Striving to create more opportunities for unity and connection, Dulci brings an ageless, classic style to pop music, with her smooth vocals and warm melodies. This big-sound-band harbors members of Holy Ghost Tent Revival, The Moon and You, and Tina and Her Pony, creating a rich soundscape spanning a range of genres from old-school soul to modern-day pop. Expect to hear lots of vocal harmonies decorated with sparkling horn and synth lines, grooving bass, and electric guitar licks held together with intricate rhythms that will keep your head bopping. Dulci's upbeat original tunes combine her Appalachian roots in story-telling with impeccable musicality, while the carefully chosen covers highlight divas through the decades like Dionne Warwick, Amy Winehouse, and Emily King. This all-star cast of band members has been collaborating for over a decade, bringing a comfort and ease to their presence that makes the audience feel right at home whether in a theatre or around a campfire. Connecting with people and taking audiences to a happy place is at the center of every performance.

Hannah & The Wistfuls is an indie Southern folk band featuring the songwriting of Hannah Kaminer, the bass and harmonies of Melissa Hyman (The Moon & You, Tina & Her Pony), the keys and harmonies of Kevin Williams (Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Fwuit, Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters), drums by Ross Montsinger (Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Fwuit, Tina & Her Pony and more), and steel guitars by Asheville's inimitable Jackson Dulaney (Alexa Rose, Alex Krug, Pretty Little Goat, and more). Kaminer is an Asheville, North Carolina-based artist who is known for her poignant songwriting, clear voice, and often comedic stage presence (full bio here). As a full band, Hannah & The Wistfuls swirls together Appalachian, 70s songwriters, pop, and Southern rock sensibilities into their arrangements, and often includes special guests on banjo and fiddle. The band released the album Heavy on the Vine (under the artist name Hannah Kaminer) in January 2024. Since then, Heavy on the Vine has garnered play and a Studio B session at WNCW as well as reviews and mentions by the NYTimes, Americana-UK, AltCountry.NL, and The Bluegrass Situation.
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