262- 248-0606
Organizer

Wise Farm Productions

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/wise-farm-productions-19883281462
Venue

Lake Geneva House of Music

N3241 County Road H, Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Lake Geneva, WI, US, 53147

Help us welcome Society of Broken Souls, on tour and making their way across the midwest with special guest Matthew Davies from Milwaukee.

Wise Farm Productions and The Lake Geneva House of Music are proud to present: Society of Broken Souls with Matthew Davies.

May 2nd

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Music: 7-10 PM

Tickets: $10

ALL AGES Welcome

Food/Beverage available for purchase

About Society of Broken Souls (Fairfield, Iowa):

We’ll be brief here. We named ourselves Society of Broken Souls because we know what it’s like to feel a little (or sometimes a lot) broken — and if we’re all being honest, we’d hazard a guess that you do too. But it’s the going it alone that makes it harder than it needs to be so we created this Society. We’ll write and sing songs that’ll let you know you’re not alone. That we’re all in this together. Through the fire. Through the dark. And sometimes, dare we say, into the light. To borrow a line from Townes Van Zandt, “There ain’t no dark ‘til something shines …” So if that steady stream of shiny highlight reels bombarding you makes you feel like your own movies look a little tarnished and rusty, fret not. Join us. We’ve got your back.

About Matthew Davies (Milwaukee):

Born and raised in Wisconsin, son of a small-town lawyer and acclaimed by On Milwaukee, Radio Milwaukee, Common Folk Music, Matthew Davies is a road-tested musician and singer-songwriter. He’s driven the blue highways of America and played his music in rusty northern factory towns—places like Davenport, Duluth, and Ashtabula. New York and Chicago too. His fifth record, Flowers and Ticket Stubs, tells tales of common and uncommon folk—faces seen in windows, sentimental dudes with metropolitan style, all visible across an unseen borderline mining the emotions and alchemy of unwritten traditions. This ain’t no first time around.