Touring through Baton Rouge, Aimee Bobruk will stop in at La Divina Thurs, March 19th. Enjoy with wine, beer, delicious dining, and gelato
About this Event
*Selected as a "Top Ten Band" by Austin Monthly & featured in The Austin Chronicle
*Recently featured on KUT's "Texas Music Matters" and national magazines: American Songwriter, Performer Magazine, Maverick, & Performing Songwriter.
"Revisionary folk keeps things simple, but it's the aural specters of /ba.'brook/ that linger and keep you thinking about it."--Austin Chornicle
Performances: Alejandro Escovedo, Dr. John, Ian McLagen (The Faces, Rolling Stones), Butch Hancock, Joe Ely, Jimmie Del Gilmore, Ruthie Foster, Ian Moore, David Garza, and Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
Aimee Bobruk Live:
"Top Indie Album" by Texas Music magazine, /ba.’brook/ 2014
Four releases: /ba.’brook/ (LP, 2013); Hero, Bones and Ash (Single, 2010); The Safety Match Journal (LP, 2008); and Small Town Girl (EP, 2003).
Bobruk’s voice and melody are featured in the Swedish film, Småstad (2017).
Eurovison's Melodifestivalen Songwriter representing Sweden with co-write “Black Swan” in 2015 (selected from over 2,000 songs to compete in competition).
Spellemann Norwegian Grammy Nomination for “Let the Ribbons Fly” (Claudia Scott, 2016).
German Grammy Nomination for cowrite “Easy Heart” (Jens Lysdal, 2014)
Co-wrote Top 20 Danish hit by Hush, “It’s About Love” (2012)
Ambassador to The House of Songs for BurnSong (2011) writing political songs for a performance at the Scottish parliament.
Winner of the Mountain Town Stages Songwriting Contest & opener for Dr. John (2008).
Collaborations on over 20 international singles including 6 title tracks.
Original songs featured in films: Småstad , Windsor, and Team Everest A Himalayan Journey
Appearances with Dr. John, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, Ian McLagan, Freedy Johnston, Butch Hancock, Robert Harrison (of Cotton Mather & Future Clouds and Radar), and Alejandro Escovedo