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Sounds Like: Mirah, Devendra Banhart, Iris DeMent, Cat Power, Gillian Welch
Bio: Layering sounds of the banjo with viola and eerie reveries of musical saw, Avian Law is the solo venture of Alea Tuttle. Alea also plays with Dust and Ashes, a soulful folk-inspired group out of Charlotte, NC. She performs as a session musician for other various local acts including Andy The Doo...See Full Bio
“With an enchanting voice and matching banjo melodies, Avian Law gravitated us all to the stage where she brought us to a trace with her sheer musical ability. Modest of her talent, she hits all her notes gracefully and naturally with scales that touched my heart. While she was amazing by herself, towards the end of her set she brought two friends on stage, band mates from Lost in a World of Color (eventually the whole band). The combination of xylophone and drums, then keys made a nice contribution to the already solid melodies she had projected on her own. In masks and matching, fluorescent, paint-stained, white clothing the, band magnetized us all and brought us towards them. “We are Lost in a World of Color and we hope you are too,” ”