Voted Chicago’s best Emerging Artist in 2014, the band captivates audiences with a lively stage show and has created quite a buzz with unplugged, off-stage encores and a propensity for performing self-titled, ‘rest-stomps’ - free acoustic sets at rest & truck stops along their tour routes.
It's rare for a little-known band to make such an instantaneous and huge impact in the UK, but that's what happened when The Way Down Wanderers put out their self-titled album here, to see if it might cause the same kind of stir that it did on their home patch. Playing them repeatedly on his Another Country show, BBC presenter Ricky Ross told listeners: "we are REALLY liking this!"
There’s an overwhelming feeling of generosity that emanates from this band, driven by lashings of youthful love-of-life zest and soaring musicianship that comes from music trained backgrounds… catch ‘em while they’re here!
"The Waydown Wanderers combines folk with boy-band appeal: a quintet with gorgeous vocals, instrumentals, some dreads and a whole bunch of youthful energy."
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