Humbird in Concert
Songs, at their best, reflect something of where we are, where we’ve been, or where it is we’re going. Sometimes all at once, right when we need it. Humbird makes music in pursuit of exactly this phenomenon.
Join Anderson Center and Humbird in the Tower View Barn, supported by Red Wing’s own Brooke Elizabeth on Saturday, March 9. Doors open at 6 p.m., music starts at 7 p.m. Humbird will take the stage by 7:30 p.m.
With deep roots in the midwest heartland, Humbird also travels like a bramble, fusing experimental folk and environmental Americana genres in a mosaic of theaters, clubs, gardens, festivals, barns, caves, and other strange locations. Siri Undlin, the songwriter behind the moniker, forges an explorative embodiment of the narrative folk song and balladry tradition for these modern times. Anderson Center is pleased to present a solo performance by Humbird in the intimate and resonant space of the Tower View Barn.
Tickets are $22 Anderson Center members, $25 for the general public. Ticket sales open to members on January 25 and to the public on February 3.
“Siri Undlin’s crystalline voice is thoroughly enchanting…an absolutely hypnotic listening experience.” — Folk Alley
“With a burgeoning sense of social responsibility and her recognition of the role an artist can play in facilitating conversations about social issues, Siri Undlin will undoubtedly continue to be a force for good.” — Brooke Billick, Americana Highways
“The new music from Humbird is music to my ears. Siri Undlin’s songwriting crosses genres. It’s creative, sophisticated, daring, thoughtful and beautiful.” — Mike Pengra, Radio Heartland on The Current 89.9FM