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The Nature of Christopher Wright 

Wisconsin folk trio pulls up to the Bus Stop

Beard contest, go
  • Beard contest, go

Eau Claire, Wisconsin is now known as "the place Bon Iver is from" but this folk trio has been in operation since before all of that business. Formed in 2004 by brothers Jon and Jason Sunde and Jesse Edgington, the trio plays pastoral folk in the vein of The Low Anthem and Fleet Foxes---you may have heard it during last year's HPX at St. Matt's with Dan Mangan. The trio's brand-new record The Nature of Things opens with the line "Woke up this morning, I thought I'd been transformed" and it gets more evocative from there. They'll fit in nicely with Paper Beat Scissors and Michael Feuerstack, who is using this evening for his own transformation---he's retiring his Snailhouse moniker.

w/Michael Feuerstack, Paper Beat Scissors, Sunday August 12 at

The Bus Stop Theatre, 2203 Gottingen Street, $10, 8pm

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