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The David Wax Museum Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

The David Wax Museum

The Farmstand
1118 Page Hill Rd

Aug. 6th, 2023

6:00 PM EDT
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David Wax Museum blends the ancient and ever-relevant rhythms of traditional Mexican music with amber pop hues, their unabashed rock riffs emanating an air of AM radio circa 1975, all tethered together by seductive harmonies. It’s a seamless tapestry of boundless curiosity, an artful display of what Wax frames as “the lines blurring and dissolving between musical cultures and eras.” As it humbly beckons listeners to fulfill its title, You Must Change Your Life sounds out a thousand minor- and major-key ways one can do just that. “A band that joyfully celebrates and preserves the heart of Americana music.” — WORLD CAFE
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The David Wax Museum at Philadelphia, PA in Johnny Brenda's 2019
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The David Wax Museum Biography
Pioneering folk musicians David Wax & Suz Slezak are the plucky husband-wife duo behind the eclectic, exuberant “Mexo-Americana” band David Wax Museum. Their newest album Euphoric Ouroboric, produced by Alec Spiegelman (Okkervil River, Kevin Morby, Pokey LaFarge), is a collection of ten homespun postmodern gems. The band’s genre-defying, shapeshifting personality is on full display from the more downtempo, nuanced songs to the boisterous and bombastic, making it obvious how a band with this kind of breadth has comfortably shared the stage with acts as diverse as The Avett Brothers, Latin legends Los Lobos & Buena Vista Social Club, and indie darlings Gregory Alan Isakov and Mandolin Orange.

Pre-pandemic, the ascendant band was enjoying newfound success with their 2019 first label release Line of Light (on Austin’s award-winning Nine Mile Records), a national TV debut on CBS This Morning: Saturday, and 3 distinct features on NPR’s World Cafe. They built bridges performing at the wedding of Democratic presidential hopeful (now Transportation Secretary) Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten--and then in 2021 their plaintive ballad “Big Sur” debuted during the marriage scene on Netflix #1 show, Firefly Lane.

First reaching national acclaim with a show-stopping debut at the Newport Folk Festival, the band has built a reputation around energetic, heartfelt live shows and sonically adventurous albums that fly the worldly flag for a brand of Americana that reaches far beyond our borders.
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Mexican Folk
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