Hippy Hideout feat. Sweet Delta Dawn presents "Cookie Fest"

WIJAM Presents

Hippy Hideout feat. Sweet Delta Dawn presents "Cookie Fest"

Flowpoetry, Gary David and The Enthusiasts, The Shruggers, Anima, Jon Schinke

Mon. May 1, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 18 and over

+$3 Under 21 surcharge collected at the door (waived with valid student ID)

Sweet Delta Dawn
Sweet Delta Dawn
A group of eccentric individuals working together to find enlightenment through music. pooling inspiration from classic rock, blues, psychedelic, soul, blue grass and many other styles.
The Sweet Delta Dawn is a jam band based out of Madison, Wisconsin. Heavily inspired by bands like the Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, and Phish, they bring a few extra smiles everywhere they go. Their music is a blendification of psychedelic, jam, rock, and specially chosen cover tunes. The Sweet Delta Dawn is: Tyler Willenbrink, Jeff Clarke, Jay Vollberg and friends. They have been playing together for approximately 4 years. You will LOVE the Sweet Delta Dawn.
Flowpoetry
Flowpoetry
FlowPoetry ~Paving the way for a new approach to spoken word jam, FlowPoetry transcends musical boundaries and interlaces shared storytelling and poetic vibration into a communal and collective consciousness that unifies the ancient and future as one.

http://www.facebook.com/flowpoetry
flowpoetry@gmail.com

"FlowPoetry's verses find the right rhythm and pitch for every approach (and) he reads them with an ease that lets the music sing. … makes the relationship between words and music feel new again. Carves out a tribal, ambient, dreamy vibe.... " The Isthmus (Madison, WI)

"Courageous and organically fused…similar to that of Rage Against The Machine at times, honest and holds the mood of a Shaman performing cleansing rituals." Local Playlist (Milwaukee, WI)

"FlowPoetry is one of the most unique and riveting performers on the Midwestern musical and artistic landscape. On the cutting edge of the nationwide expansion of new forms of spoken word.... unique, theatrical and musical." DeKalb Chronicle (DeKalb, IL)

"...very chill yet gripping. On a mission to bridge the gap between poetry and music and does so.... ...some hip jive, Cat Daddy." Gapers Block Presents: Transmission (Chicago, IL)

"Leaving space for stories to unwind, but without forgetting the primal urge to move feet."
- Leicester Bangs (United Kingdom)
Gary David and The Enthusiasts
Gary David and The Enthusiasts
Born in "62 played guitar 30 years play mandolin drums sing write my own music . . I live in sw wi.
The Shruggers
The Shruggers
The Shruggers.

The gathering of the minds.

Creating long organic improv jams.
Anima
Anima
Friends since kindergarten, Anima came into existence as Raina and Jaia began making music together at the beginning of their high school years. They started by busking at local farmers markets and frequenting open mics, but with the help of their abundantly musical community in the hills of Driftless Wisconsin, Anima's on-stage presence has grown, as well as their musical range. Both self-taught musicians, Anima has never quite known what genre they fit into, or if they fit into one at all. With influences ranging from the Incredible String Band and the Grateful Dead, to Cloud Cult and Alt-J, to Wisconsin favorites such as Dead Horses and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, they have found an eclectic sound filled with hauntingly captivating harmonies, double-lead guitar riffs, and an affinity for the box drum.
Their lyric content contemplates human nature, healing, relationship, and oneness, and passes through a lens of transcendentalism saturated with images of the deepest roots of nature -- our earthen home, the patterns that exist, the fact that we are animals, and the endless fractal of breathing. Anima helps to remind us that we are all connected.

They have had the the great honor of sharing the stage with many different national and Wisconsin-based bands such as the Barefoot Movement, Dead Horses, Natty Nation, Auralai, Tugg, Rucksack Revolution (Adam Greuel of Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Sara Vos of Dead Horses), Eddie Danger, and many more…
Jon Schinke
Jon Schinke
Jon Schinke is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from the Wisconsin based rock band Ifdakar. Schinke has been playing guitar and writing songs for over half his life, learning at the feet of his father Gary, an accomplished musician in his own right. Schinke’s catalog of originals is comprised of grandiose fictional first-person epics, and simple songs about life, loss, and love. Schinke’s ability to emit emotion within the simple confines of a guitar and voice make his performances especially memorable.

As host of the Hippy Hideout Series, Schinke performs a few songs to kick off the show, taking care to select music that has some sort of relevance to the evening. Whether it’s a cover of one of the bands performing that night, or a lamentation of a music legend who left us too soon, Schinke has a knack for finding the right tone for every occasion, and his talent and preparedness see him through.
Venue Information:
The Frequency
121 W. Main Street
Madison, WI, 53703
http://madisonfrequency.com/