If it were your job (and what a lot of fun it would be if it were) to come up with new names for music genres, the one you could conceivably choose for Denver, Colorado three-piece Wovenhand might be this: spiritual folk-rock noir. The band started in 2001 as a side project of David Eugene Edwards, the former lead singer of brooding alt country band, 16 Horsepower. When he was a teenager, Edwards played in a punk band, Restless Middle Class, later moving to the Boston area and playing in 80s indie bands Blood Flower and The Denver Gentleman. He moved back to Colorado in 1992 where he started 16 Horsepower with his friend, bassist Pascal Humbert.
The two bands co-existed until 2005, when 16 Horsepower disbanded and Wovenhand became Edwards’ primary... Read More
Rock, Alternative/Indie, Gospel & Christian, Gospel, Old-Time Gospel