Ghost Town Lullaby - TWIN
00:00 / 00:00
Walkabout - TWIN
00:00 / 00:00
Friendly People - TWIN
00:00 / 00:00
The Voice of the Los Angeles River - TWIN
00:00 / 00:00

Twintwa and their paddling tour promises to be one of the most unique concerts  you've ever seen and heard. Mike Green, CBC Scene

CONTACT

twintwa@gmail.com

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For the past 8 years Twintwa has been revealing their Deep Earth Folk, while land-marking an international canoe tour concert series. David Fort (Guitar, Vocals) and Brooklyn Mooneyesun(Violin, Vocals) are the foundations of TWIN. Together, they create deeply integrated harmonies, melodies and song-craft. They perform everywhere from riverside docks and basements to festival stages and large venues.  With four full length albums, a strong back catalog of river docs, ep's, and live videos; Twintwa is always growing, sharing songs and stories from the places they've been to the places they go.   

Stage Plot

Basic Set Up 2 DI's 2 Mics power stage left and right.

Advanced set up 3 DI's 4 mics power stage left and right

projector capabilities for film

Ability to do acoustic room sound when venue calls for it

"Twintwa has brought of message of beauty and hope to the environmental justice community here in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Andreas Soto, KPFA 94.1 Radio Berkeley

Twintwa creates a vast array of music,TWIN is intense, TWIN is intimate, TWIN absorbs then releases everything it comes in to contact with.  Matt Vend, Mahala South African

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“Among the sounds Twintwa heard while canoeing the Los Angeles River were chirping birds, lapping waves, rustling trees and the screeching of a police department helicopter siren. Gendy Alimurung, LA Weekly

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"TWINTWA are changing music history with their River Concert Series taking themselves, others, all their gear and instruments down the Sacramento River by canoe; sharing song, stories and fun everywhere they go"- Nan Hargis, Oakland Tribune

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