Back in August, Milwaukee duo Dead Horses released the terrific Brady Street. The album features 10 tracks of gorgeously rendered folk/Americana, all highlighted by singer Sarah Vos’ timeless vocals and Dan Wolff’s unique stand-up bass playing. The opening title track—inspired, of course, by the titular Milwaukee street—is one of the best Milwaukee songs of the year.
Want to watch Dead Horses play nearly all of Brady Street, plus a few older songs, live? Then check out the latest edition of WMSE’s Local/Live, recorded and streamed Tuesday night at Anodyne Coffee’s Walker’s Point Roastery. Milwaukee Record‘s own Matt Wild (that’s me) shared hosting duties with Cal Roach, and Dead Horses sounded fantastic.
Here’s the setlist:
Birds Can Write The Chorus
Days Grow Longer
You Are Who You Need To Be
A Petal Here, A Petal There
Bird Over The Train
Under Grey Skies
It’s All Good
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