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Wild Cub

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About Wild Cub
Genres:
Indie Pop, Synth Pop, Pop, Electronic
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

“…[Wild Cub’s] brand of darkly-tinged new wave recalls elements of the youthful abandon of John Hughes soundtracks, the baleful allure of Greg Dulli, and the clockwork el...
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Fan Live Reviews
Ryan
San Francisco, CA@
The Independent
November 5th 2014
Wildy Fun.
Emily
Portland, OR@
Crystal Ballroom
October 30th 2014
they were super great! I really love artists who come to portland with a story about my home townXD
Jasmine
Los Angeles, CA@
The Wiltern
August 27th 2014
Greatest concert ever ! Love love love them
Seattle, WA@
The Showbox
August 26th 2014
So it was my bday 2 days before the show and the amazing Keegan Dewitt actually wished me happy bday in between songs, he said "is there a Sydney whose bday was 2 days ago in the audience?" And I raised my hand and he saw me cuz I was in the 2nd row and he saw me and said "well happy bday to you, thank you so much for coming out here to support us tonight it means a lot!" And I was almost crying and we were actually having a conversation and he was in stage and then I didn't even know it could get better but a few sons later he said, ok sydney, I have something for you and he handed me a letter that says happy bday and their set list and bottom line you have to go see them they are absolutely amazing musicians and incredible people as well. They made me the happiest person alive
Areli
Dallas, TX@
House Of Blues
July 31st 2014
AMAZING!!
Jeffrey
Memphis, TN@
Budweiser Made In America‬ at Minglewood Hall (Moon Taxi)
July 15th 2014
The only reason it wasn't five stars is that Wild Cub didn't headline.
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About Wild Cub
Genres:
Indie Pop, Synth Pop, Pop, Electronic
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

“…[Wild Cub’s] brand of darkly-tinged new wave recalls elements of the youthful abandon of John Hughes soundtracks, the baleful allure of Greg Dulli, and the clockwork el...
Read More