Wendy Rule with Kari Tauring and Felonious Bosch

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Wendy Rule Concert ImageEye of Horus is proud to bring Australian visionary songstress Wendy Rule to the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis for one night only on Wednesday May 28th. She will be joined by local Nordic Roots performer Kari Tauring as well as Felonious Bosch. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 28th, and based on what we’ve learned about the loyalty of her fans who urged us to make sure she would come, we expect swift sales . . . so stop into the store, buy online at the Eye or Ticketweb, or call the Cedar Ticket-line at 612-338-2674 ext. 2.

Renowned for years amongst the world’s alternative spiritual communities, Wendy is now deservedly gaining a much broader following. She is about to embark on her 11th international tour. This will be a rare opportunity to experience one of Australia’s most enigmatic and prolific artists.

“Dark, sensual, sonic theatre…compelling stuff” – Rolling Stone Australia

Minneapolis’ own Kari Tauring returns to the Cedar stage to present Songs of the Völva, the working title of her upcoming CD. A shift from her well known folk/rock material, this set is the culmination of her research, writing and performance of Nordic Roots music since 2003, her study of runes since 1989, and a life time of growing up in Norwegian American tradition. From Rune chants to Latvian lullabies, original tunes set to ancient Icelandic texts, and new twists on Norwegian folk standards Tauring’s work spans time and space. Nordic vocal techniques, kulning, kveding, huldre loll and lokk accompanied by Stav (stick rhythm) and guitar resonate through the tap root of Northern European heritage.

Dark and sardonic, Felonious Bosch begins the evening with music for the New Dark Ages. The powerful vocal style of singer Katy Thomasberg floats and soars over the rhythms of bassist Drew Miller and percussionist Renée Bracchi. Shaken up and blended with Nemo’s dynamic riffing on bouzoukis, cittern and guitar, David Stenshoel’s fiddle and Steve Clarke’s reeds, you get music that sparkles, with a centuries-old aftertaste.

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