Sounds Like: Peter, Paul and Mary, Pink Floyd
Bio: Take a few evenings spent among friends discussing the meaning of life, 60's 70's folk rock, add a couple acoustic guitars, drum circles and some vocal harmonies and you will have what is the foundation for Woven Tangles. Since then the band has evolved somewhat dramatically, at first adding a ki...See Full Bio
This Friday we open for Great Lakes Swimmers at The Majestic. We are so excited and hope to see you there!
“All of that was brought to life Friday night at Detroit's Huma Room at HopCat when openers,Woven Tangles, and headliners, The Ragbirds took to the stage. I was instantly captivated by Woven Tangles lead singer, Holly Millea. Her voice was bewitching and chameleon like when switching from song to song. At some points she had a reedy bluegrass quality to her vocals, while, in slower moments, a deeper smokier 'listen to my story' tone. And yet, not once did her vocals come off as ingenuine--as if saying ‘hey look at me posing all these different styles. Aren’t I talented?’ To add to Ms. Milea’s stunning smooth vocals were Kevin Kline’s fluid backup harmony and masterful guitar. Woven Tangles took several genres and tied them together nicely. Not one song was purely folk, or purely bluegrass (except maybe the charming Lumber Jackson). Every moment had an element of some additional ingredient. Like a finely crafted potion.”