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Music in the Gardens: River Whyless

July 19, 2017 | 7 pm

Sarah P. Duke Gardens


Asheville’s River Whyless has emerged from the mountain city’s bustling scene as one of the state’s most instantly likable bands. Inheriting a sense of rhythmic wonder from Paul Simon and an appreciation of musical warmth from its regional folk predecessors, River Whyless subtly accents its folk-pop songs with modern flourishes that suggest experimental tinkerers such as Animal Collective or Yeasayer. Try to imagine a collaboration between the Triangle’s own Mandolin Orange and Megafaun, or just get lost in these soft harmonies and gently complex arrangements.

**Pick-Four or More discount does not apply.**

Duke Performances’ 2017 Music in the Gardens is made possible, in part, with support from Duke Continuing Studies, Duke Summer Session, and the Sarah P. Duke Gardens.

"River Whyless all but tore up the stage at the Newport Folk Festival, in a flurry of fiddle and sing-along harmonies that brought an entire tent to its feet."

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