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"I started to cry. It completely affirmed my dedication and love for music..."

Andrew Oliver / Wild Rivers

Wild Rivers
Toronto, ON 

The inviting harmonies of Wild Rivers provide a shimmering texture to the band’s new EP, Eighty-Eight. However, dedicated fans know about the depth of Wild Rivers – from the alluring melodies that take unexpected turns to the undercurrent of emotion in their tightly-crafted lyrics.

Catch Wild Rivers on their upcoming North American tour, find the dates here, and be sure to follow them on social media!

My most powerful concert memory was at Bonnaroo in 2013. It was the weekend of my 21st birthday, and I road tripped to Tennessee with 6 of my closest friends. I was having the time of my life.

At one point on the second day, I had gotten separated from my friends. I started to get stressed about not being able to find them, as my phone had died and there were massive crowds. As I was walking around looking for them, I heard the start of “Hey Jude” in the distance, at the other side of the festival. I ran over there, it was Sir Paul McCartney up on stage.

I arrived just in time for the bridge. I ran into the crowd and got as close to the stage as I could. I looked around and felt 70,000 people screaming the “Na, na, na, na na na na” melody. It was wild. I have never felt so overcome by the energy of a crowd. I started to cry. It completely affirmed my dedication and love for music, and will remain one of the best memories of my life.

-Andrew Oliver


Brian’s Record Option – Kingston ON, Canada
Rotate This – Toronto ON, Canada

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Eddie’s Attic – Decatur, GA
The Greek – Los Angeles, CA
Bowery Ballroom – NYC, NY


Khal: I play keys/organ with a Toronto based Americana / Roots artist named Jeremie Albino. He and the whole band are incredible and great guys. They’re just finishing up their record now, keep your eyes peeled.

Andrew: I have a recording project called Nightshifts, where I sing and produce chill indie-pop music.








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