Wally had some fun with his audience at the recent Milwaukee show. Check out his antics:
Watch it Here!
Here are some lovely stills from the recent performances and adventures of our favorite magician. Contact us for individual credits/sources. Enjoy!
Yet again Wally and co. prove they can weave their wiles amongst even the most dubious consumers.
Read the Calgary Herald Review Here
After reading all these fascinatingly different reviews our founder decided to venture a little one of her own.
Check it out here (if you dare!!!)
Photo: C. De Neve
Last night Wally and the team played a scaled-back but creative show at the Shaw Conference Center. Initial hiccups in tech and ticket sales didn’t deflate the performance from the audience perspective. Once again our favorite Wizard of AUS proves he’s brilliant, resilient and more than capable of convincing even unseasoned listeners that he’s much more than a one-trick pony!
Read the Edmonton Journal Review of Gotye with Chairlift & Jonti
(photo: Edmonton Sun)
If you’re mad for Eyes Wide Open like us, you might dig these diverse, hypnotic and ultra-eclectic remixes recently released and supported by Wally and HQ. Contemporary psychadelic-pop musos Yeasayer and experimentalists PVT lace the line-up with some brilliant re-interpretations of a truly inspired song!
Check them out here in their full-track glory-Click Me!!
Check out a great review of last night’s show at Myth in Maplewood, MN right here
Looking forward to the next run of shows in Canada!
*photo credit T. Nelson
The original source of our community is our founder’s blog, which recently reached 100 posts just as she returned from the Denver show! Check out her thoughts and considerations on the nature of the music, the man and the role and challenges of fans that support him.
The Wall-Rus 100th Blog Post: “Walking In Your Shoes”
Photo credit: Missy Higgins, taken backstage during Denver show, visuals projected directly onto the rock face behind the stage!
Some great images from Wally & co.’s first US show on 8/22 at Red Rocks in Denver, a place where musical history has been made. Images taken by NutsHQ!
Arriving in Denver
And the show went on, rain be damned! Visuals for “Dig Your Own Hole”
And finally, an image of the legendary stage from the artists’ eye-view. A place where musical heroes have stood.