Creativity assumes various shapes, modulating, modifying, and morphing over time.   Circa ten years ago, Mihali ​“avoided working a day job”​ between Twiddle tours by performing covers and originals throughout Vermont as ​“a solo looping act​.​”   Along the way, audiences clamored for a possible solo album, which he delivers in 2020 with ​Breathe and Let Go.​   “Fans joke about it finally coming out, because I’ve been talking about it for ten years,” he smiles. “My main focus was always Twiddle. I had this sense of wanting to do a record—but the time, resources, and vibe had to be right. The music of ​Breathe and Let Go ​reflects what I loved to listen to growing up. Before I got into the jam world, it was raw songwriting that resonated with me. I feel strangely nostalgic listening to​ ​the album. It’s my past and my present, but also my future. It’s the first time I’m stepping out. The songs are almost like diary entries. They’re not all about me, but I’ll write from a third-person perspective when it comes to others around me. It’s my song-diary.”    This diary spans his entire life. Collating ​“old songs and new songs​,​”​ it highlights each side of Mihali’s character. In order to capture the full picture, he linked up with two-time GRAMMY​®​ Award winner, producer, musician, and guitarist Eric Krasno [Soulive, Lettuce, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Pretty Lights] in the studio. Working on both coasts in Brooklyn and Los Angeles during a series of intensely fruitful sessions, Eric pushed him out of his comfort zone.   FACEBOOK EVENT RSVP for updates ARTIST WEBSITE mihalimusic.com Concert Tickets $20 Standing Room Only, Limited Seating First Come First Serve
MIHALI LIVE BAND

WITH
BRANDON "TAZ" NIEDERAUER
DETAILS
Warehouse
Thursday, April 2nd
Doors @ 7:00 PM
Show @ 8:00PM

GENRE
Rock / Jam / Reggae



TICKETING INFO
Price:$20 Standing Room Only, Limited Seating First Come First Serve
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Creativity assumes various shapes, modulating, modifying, and morphing over time.
 
Circa ten years ago, Mihali ​“avoided working a day job”​ between Twiddle tours by performing covers and originals throughout Vermont as ​“a solo looping act​.​”
 
Along the way, audiences clamored for a possible solo album, which he delivers in 2020 with ​Breathe and Let Go.​
 
“Fans joke about it finally coming out, because I’ve been talking about it for ten years,” he smiles. “My main focus was always Twiddle. I had this sense of wanting to do a record—but the time, resources, and vibe had to be right. The music of ​Breathe and Let Go ​reflects what I loved to listen to growing up. Before I got into the jam world, it was raw songwriting that resonated with me. I feel strangely nostalgic listening to​ ​the album. It’s my past and my present, but also my future. It’s the first time I’m stepping out. The songs are almost like diary entries. They’re not all about me, but I’ll write from a third-person perspective when it comes to others around me. It’s my song-diary.”
 
 This diary spans his entire life. Collating ​“old songs and new songs​,​”​ it highlights each side of Mihali’s character. In order to capture the full picture, he linked up with two-time GRAMMY​®​ Award winner, producer, musician, and guitarist Eric Krasno [Soulive, Lettuce, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Pretty Lights] in the studio. Working on both coasts in Brooklyn and Los Angeles during a series of intensely fruitful sessions, Eric pushed him out of his comfort zone.
 

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