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THE WIYOS

THE WIYOS

Other Hudson Valley, NY  US
Sally May
Sally May
Tinman
Tinman
Mama
Mama
Yellow Lines
Yellow Lines
Ain't A Thing
Ain't A Thing

Videos

The Wiyos "Promenade" Live from the BBC

Shows

Comments

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  • Stuart (Artist)
    Stuart
    Good job keep it up! I really like your music especially "Tinman" check out my music I hope you find something you like I think "Forever" is a track for you
  • GeeSoulStudios (Artist)
    GeeSoulStudios
    stoppin by to check out some new artists..love the music ...keep grindin -g
  • MykoMan (Artist)
    MykoMan
    "Sally May" is a great tune! Enjoying my listen here. Stop by when you get a chance , listen to a tune. let us know what you think.It would be greatly appreciated ~Mykoman
  • Kat and The Canaries (Artist)
    Kat and The Canaries
    I LOVE you guys!
  • Marcus Magellan (Artist)
    Marcus Magellan
    They are the original modern old timey music.
  • Sick Bird (Artist)
    Sick Bird
    Great music u have here!! Check me out when u have time: http://sickbirdmusic.com

Photos

  • Teddy, Seth, Michael, 2011. photo by Fionn Reilly
  • Twist- the book
  • Michael and Teddy getting ready for a festival set, 2011

About

Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Little Feat, Hot Club of Cowtown, Taj Mahal, Blind Willie McTell

Bio: The Wiyos seamlessly meld new with the old. Their 2009 release Broken Land Bell fused New Orleans based rhythms with tripped out electric harmonica and human beat-box. The album landed the band a 28-day run as the openers for The Bob Dylan show. In 2011 the band continues to expand, laying their ...See Full Bio

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Status

Le Poisson Rouge, NY NY with Hazmat Modine this Saturday night, April 14!

Press

"The set of songs which followed all concerned the mystical magical world of Oz. The audience was genuinely spellbound. Even seasoned Wiyos fans were experiencing brand new, highly original material."

— Maverick Magazine, UK, 2011