QUEEN HILMA

GOOD VIBES PROJECT presents

QUEEN HILMA

WILD SKIES, CHARLIE URICK

Fri · July 27, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

QUEEN HILMA
QUEEN HILMA
Andi and Alex are the fearless frontrunners of the alt-rock four-piece that borrows the namesake of their grandmother in hopes of replicating her intrinsic strength to navigate the music business and embrace their biggest passions. It pays homage to her class and sass.



Their early years involved youth groups and choirs, but did little to develop the emotional maturity that their current catalog embodies. It was natural for the pair to venture to Australia after high school to study at Hillsong College, honing their craft in synchronization and being exposed to an entire palette of textures and layers they had to hop continents to experience. Their time there rivaled even their earliest impressions, and had the girls returning to the states quickly in a new iteration, a brazen, indie-pop/rock-infused act She The Monster.



It felt natural for the multi-instrumentalists to orchestrate a line-up of support to flesh out the ethereal brilliance of their vocals. After a stint on one of America's most popular TV shows, the girls chose the less-traveled, grittier, but more rewarding one of an independent act ruled by its own creative convictions.



You can’t recreate sibling synchronicity; it’s cosmic. It’s what makes Queen Hilma’s sound so authentic and frees the girls of the pressure of co-writes, trying to fabricate stories they can comfortably find within themselves and each other. The nucleus of their sisterly bond has, and always will, exist between bars and measures.
WILD SKIES
WILD SKIES
Hometown
Chicago, IL

About
indie/folk + Americana from Chicago, IL.

Biography
Wild Skies has carved out their own, unique sound at the intersection of folk, rock and Americana. The band members have come from all different musical backgrounds, each of them bringing a different perspective to the collaboration. That diversity, at its core, is what has helped Wild Skies forge their own path and distinctive sound.

The Chicago based foursome came together through a series of Craigslist ads posted by Ohio transplant and singer/songwriter Aaron Lechlak while searching for band members to help with studio work in early 2014. Teaming up with opera trained singer Kristine Sorum-Williams, jazz bassist Tommy Good, and folk drummer Andy Kearns, what began as a solo project evolved into a three-part harmonic melting pot of folk-rock.
CHARLIE URICK
CHARLIE URICK
About
Soulful, intimate, unexpected.
An up and coming voice, has captivated Midwestern audiences for the past few years.
Delivering a playful blend of acoustic soul with r&b leaves audiences enamored, shifting the Midwestern music scene as we speak.
Venue Information:
Lyric Room
231 N Broadway
Green Bay, WI, 54303