The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center is proud to announce the upcoming performance of the "folk-blues" band, South for Winter. 

Described as "folk-blues," "folk-jazz," or "Renaissance," South for Winter's songs embrace a depth of emotion and familiarity that welcomes listeners into the music's story. The band has developed a unique sound entirely of their own, with carefully crafted lyrics, a captivating aura, and a wide array of instrumental talent. 

New Zealander Nick Stone and Colorado native Dani Cichon, had spent years pursuing musical projects of their own before joining as a duo, and ultimately forming as a trio with fellow cellist, Alex Stradal. Their diversified styles of instrumentation, vocals, sound, and entity, have led them to tour over twenty-one States and two Canadian provinces within their first two years. 

In the Spring of 2018, South for Winter was nominated as a rising local artist by Nashville's Lightning 100 Radio; voted a "Most Wanted" Emerging Artist at Falcon Ridge Festival in Summer 2019; and chosen as a Top Artist of 2019 by BuzzMusic blog. The trio successfully crowdfunded the release of their debut album, Luxumbra, which was recorded with Grammy award-winning producer, Matt Leigh, in the award-winning Tracking Room studio in March of 2020. Singles from this full-length album have been featured on notable sites such as American Songwriter, For the Love of Bands, Grateful Web, Vents Magazine, Ditty TV's World Premier and WSMV's Today in Nashville. 

Tickets are $15 in advance and for members, $18 day of show. See to reserve. 

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