Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Buttonwood Hosts Folk Trio from New Zealand

The Buttonwood Tree doesn't usually present concerts on a Thursday, but when a band with this quality of musicianship shows up, they run with it. Check out their sound and make a date to see South for Winter, on Thursday, March 12, from 7-9 pm. Reservations are recommended, save your seats here.

With a genre-bending sound, meticulously crafted lyrics, captivating natural charisma, and an impressive assortment of instruments at their command, South for Winter have quickly gained a following in the United States and Canada and have time and time again established themselves as a crowd favorite. In 2018 South for Winter were nominated as a rising artist by Nashville’s top independent radio station (Lightning 100), in 2019 they were voted as a “Most Wanted” Emerging Artist at Falcon Ridge Festival, and most recently they were chosen as a Top Artist of 2019 by BuzzMusic blog.

South for Winter began when New Zealand musician Nick Stone and Colorado singer-songwriter Dani Cichon met as volunteers in South America in 2014. There, on a Peruvian rooftop, the two wrote their first song together – one that would later become South for Winter’s first single, “Fallen Seeds.” After three years spent pursuing different projects on opposite sides of the world, Stone and Cichon moved to Nashville and formed a duo in 2017 under the name South for Winter. The two soon met classically-trained cellist Alex Stradal, who rounded out the eclectic blend of instrumentation and vocals that has now become so characteristic of their music, and as a trio began touring throughout the United States and Canada.


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