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The Flutter and Wow

The Flutter and Wow band, formed in 2011 is known for their captivating stage presence as they merge vocal harmonies, infectious rhythms, and strings into their brand of Rustbelt Americana. The band has played their original music throughout the Midwest from clubs, to nationally recognized festivals, listening rooms, to barn weddings. Detroit Music Award Nominees 2012-2013-2014 Best Folk Band, Best Acoustic Band, Best Folk Recording.

This tight knit group of musical compadres's stage show is part down-home, singer/songwriter/storyteller and the other part riveting show band being hired for events playing their music by major national and international companies and organizations including Google, Macys, and Whole Foods. But, for The Flutter and Wow it all comes down to the music and fellowship. Music that in form and structure draw you in and take you somewhere. Lyrics that express, re-frame and connect. Songs that stay with you. The band lead by Tasha Lord (who's original music has been licensed by Lifetime TV, NASCAR, and Detroit Electric to name a few) with the release of their full-length album "Urban Prairie" March 2014 has been winning listeners and hearts far beyond the midwestern states opening doors of for the band like never before and they are loving every minute of the ride!

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  • Otus Supply

    345 E. Nine Mile Rd., Ferndale Oakland County

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