You probably wouldn’t expect those vocals from this Australian born, Brooklyn based singer. Her gritty sound sets her apart from the other punk/blues outfits, grabbing you by the knickers from the very first note. Freya Wilcox’s Janis Joplin gravel and Lucinda Williams smokiness coupled with her own hard rock style make her a must see act. Listen to Freya’s solo work below.
Wilcox is releasing her first full band EP May 23 called “Bareknuckle Love,” with her group Freya Wilcox and the Howl. Freya released “Dirt Music,” in December 2013 as a solo acoustic project. You can catch Freya at the Smiling Moose Tuesday Night along with locals, Super Fun Time Awesome Party Band and Jerry Fels and the Jery Fels along with headliner Eli Whitney and the Sound Machine also from Brooklyn.
Doors open at 6:00 and show starts at 6:30 upstairs. 21+, Only $5
Freya Wilcox performing “I Don’t Care” for NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest