Thursday, April 21, 2011

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the joyful Mexo-Americana of David Wax Museum Thursday, May 5th at 7PM at the Iron Horse

Boston’s much-celebrated David Wax Museum is a  joyful Mexo-Americana fusion, with virtuosic musical skill and virtuous harmonies.  One of “Ten Acts That Rocked South By Southwest” they are poised to break out big time. The David Wax Museum sound was influenced by founder David Wax’s time in Mexico where he integrated their unique sound: a blend of folk, rock, Americana and Mexican folk music.  
This past year has seen the band’s profile take a meteoric rise with industry attention resulting from successful showcases at South By Southwest music conference and appearances on NPR’s World Café and on-line Tiny Desk Concert series (the latter invitation following a frenetic and fun set at last year’s Newport Folk Festival).  A busy year of over 200 live shows was capped off by a win at the Boston Music Awards for Americana Artist of the Year. The David Wax Museum is currently on tour in the United Kingdom and Europe in support of its recently released album, Everything Is Saved.

Get tickets for David Wax Museum on Thursday, May 5th at 7PM at the Iron Horse at Northampton Box Office, 413-586-8686 and online at

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