Bison, a modern folk-rock band from Chesapeake, has succeeded in creating a buzz across
The band's album, "Quill," was released earlier this year with a party at the
On Dec. 16, they'll join the Virginia Symphony at the Sandler Center for the Arts in Virginia Beach to play "O Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem" with the orchestra as part of its Holiday Pops program.
Then, later in the month, the band will come to
The Dec. 21 fundraising show at Luckie's Dueling Piano Bar at Hampton's Power Plant will feature Bison along with The Aragona Project, Audiostrobelight and members of Mae. Several members of Mae will perform an acoustic set.
Who are these Bison guys creating such a stir? According to a
"Bison's music is described as folkestral combining elements of alternative folk with classical sensibilities," explains a short bio for the band. "With recent airplay on local radio, the popularity of the band has grown. Their live shows are dynamic and fans familiar with their debut CD, 'Quill,' will love what they hear at a show (as the entire album was recorded live with minimal dubbing.)"
Here's a video that shows the group's performance on WAVY's "Hampton Roads Show."