Hollow Twin

Dark folk sounds of Hollow Twin at Tractorgrease

Hollow Twin, with Malk and Wishkicker, is at Tractorgrease Cafe on March 23 in Chilliwack.

Dark folk rock band, Hollow Twin, will be performing at Tractorgrease Cafe on Thursday, March 23.

The Vancouver-based band is fronted by Emmalee Watts and Becky Wosk who bonded over their old souls and love of classic music (Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, Heart).

The two have been making music together since 2012 and have opened for bands such as Repartee, The Darcy’s, Miss Quincy, Skye Wallace and more. They have worked with notable producers such as Winston Hauschild and Nygel Asselin.

Hollow Twin is described as moody, soulful, poignant and haunting. Their most recent single, Bound by Blood, has been praised by media including: One Stop Record Shop (UK), When The Horn Blows (UK), The Permanent Rain Press and more.

This show is doubly special for the duo’s lead singer, Becky Wosk, she spent her teenage years living in Chilliwack and this show will be a fundraiser for her step-father, John Cooper, who lives right by the venue and was recently diagnosed with lung cancer that has spread to his liver and brain.

All funds paid at the door (after room fees) will be going directly to Cooper’s fight with cancer.

Hollow Twin, with Malk (Alex Smith solo set) and Wishkicker (Kyle Schick solo set), is at Tractorgrease Cafe Thursday, March 23 from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Tickets $10 and available at 604-858-3814 or tractorgrease@gmail.com.


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