November is shaping up to be an amazing month of live music in Appleton, but we’re not done filling the calendar just yet! Desert Noises (Mile 2, 5 and 6) will be back on Friday, November 22, sampling some of their new material at Gibson Music Hall.
See what Kyle Henderson (vocals/guitar) shared when we asked about what’s to come. And don’t forget to reserve your tickets ($12 in advance, $15 at the door) to get in on the music!
Q: Your band made quite the impression as we’ve had many fans ask when Desert Noises will be back. What has the group been up to since you performed in Appleton at Mile 6?
KH: Since last being in Appleton, we’ve been holed away in Nashville working on our new record with Bill Reynolds. It’s been a really awesome project and a little bit different for us this time around as we wrote the songs without playing and testing them live in front of people. We wanted to experiment in the studio a little bit more than usual and we’re very excited with how it’s taken shape.
Q: You’ve traveled all over the country for shows … what’s it like to play in Appleton?
KH: Appleton is basically like a second home to us. We’ve made so many life-long friends there and love coming back to the community as much as possible. There’s really no other place like it and we are lucky to be involved in what Appleton is doing.
Q: For people who haven’t experienced your music yet, what can they expect at a live show?
KH: Our live shows are very fun and energetic, but they can take you on a journey of all sorts of emotions. We love to have fun and make friends with the people that come to the shows! We like to feel one with the crowd.
New to Appleton at Mile 7 last summer, The Accords will also return for this show and open the night with their version of Southern California rock. Based in Madison, the group released its first EP, “Paper Rhymes,” in 2018, and has performed at Summerfest and several venues across the Midwest.
Tickets are on sale now! Purchase here!