Mimi Gilbert in Portland, OR with Reddenhollow & Faustina Masigat
Mimi Gilbert will be embarking on her first USA tour since 2019 and is excited to play stripped back arrangements of songs of their latest release ‘Grew Inside the Water,’ joined by longtime bandmate Taylor Moses on baritone and vocals.
Special guest supports Reddenhollow of Asheville, NC and Portland's own Fuastina Masigat will be joining the evening.
- Doors at 7PM
- $15 Tickets (incl. booking fee)
About the Artists
Having traveled the world performing both solo and with her band, Mimi Gilbert has played nation-wide in the US, and toured throughout Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Mimi will be embarking on her first USA tour since 2019 and is excited to play stripped back arrangements of songs of their latest release ‘Grew Inside the Water,’ joined by longtime bandmate Taylor Moses on baritone and vocals.
Mimi was born and raised in California, where she first began singing and performing in public. At the age of 15, Mimi bought her first battery-powered amp and took to the streets of California cities. There, she learnt the art of story-telling, the impact of vulnerability, and the power of her voice.
Gilbert has opened for Julia Jacklin in Melbourne, Angie McMahon in LA, Lydia Cole and Nadia Reid in New Zealand to name a few.
During her years on the road, Gilbert has worked quietly, honing her craft and recording songs. She is now based between Melbourne, Australia and Los Angeles.
Reddenhollow songs have a way of wrapping around one’s life. Truly listening to them feels like stepping into a river. The separation between Taylor Moses’s melody, story and my own heart disappears and before I can articulate or understand it, the songs speak my own story - a witness to my secret grief and to my rising dreams. I would like to turn my body into smoke, mist, rain, light and let these songs take me somewhere sacred.
The unique timbre, grit and depth to Taylor’s voice sounds something ancient. In this collection of songs, Taylor takes us on one journey. The soft moments are so beautifully fragile that they allow me to walk through them while wounded, and suddenly throughout, Taylor’s voice takes us and the loving resolve and almost righteous anger become enough to pull us out of our suffering and onto ever present ground.” - mimi g.