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    The Wandas / Kreif / Rabbit and the Hare

    Presented by at The Red Room at Cafe 939

    August 17, 2013


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    The Wandas / Kreif / Rabbit and the Hare

    Named one of the "50 Best Albums of 2011" by Guitar World, the new self-titled album from The Wandas, out August 30, has been praised for its exceptional songwriting and forceful performances. Singer-songwriter Patrick Krief will open the show. USA Today raves "'Do or Die.' Ooh, I can't get tired of this one — and after the first chorus, I couldn't get tired of singing it, either. The Wandas may remind you a bit of early...

    Named one of the "50 Best Albums of 2011" by Guitar World, the new self-titled album from The Wandas, out August 30, has been praised for its exceptional songwriting and forceful performances. Singer-songwriter Patrick Krief will open the show. USA Today raves "'Do or Die.' Ooh, I can't get tired of this one — and after the first chorus, I couldn't get tired of singing it, either. The Wandas may remind you a bit of early Wilco, although they hail from Boston." My Old Kentucky Blog goes on to say "The Wandas' breakthrough may be upon us. is both effortless and timeless, the kind of thing Tom Petty used to knock out at will, and a slice of music so perfect that you need not be surprised if you end up standing next to your parents the next time the Wandas swing through your town." Spending the last two years relentlessly touring America, the Wandas were able to enter the studio and successfully record their new album live with minimal overdubs, most of the songs completed in three takes or less.

    California born singer Marisa Duchowny (The Rabbit) and New York-native Neill MacCallum (The Hare) first started playing music together after Neill placed an ad on Craigslist looking for a female multi-instrumentalist. Marisa answered the call and they met a week later in Central Park, with guitars in-hand. They played their songs together and quickly discovered their voices blended beautifully to create rich and resounding harmonies. Now, a little over a year of playing together, they have found their niche in the music community and are ready to carve out their own place.

    Fresh off recording their first album together, this sweet and nostalgic Indie-Folk-Pop duo bring an intimacy to their music that can hush a room to silence. Vulnerable, honest, and relatable, the Rabbit & the Hare's music transcends the typical music spectrum and reaches more classic and timeless depths with their personal lyrics and catchy tunes. Drenched in inspiration from: The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young, Simon and Garfunkel, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, and Cat Stevens, their music draws you in to their soothing and dreamy world.


    The Red Room at Cafe 939

    939 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02215

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    $10 In Advance, $12 Day of Show



    phone: (617) 266-7455


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