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Regional events include Bob Marley tribute, P1Harmony concert plus art, theater, comedy and more – thereporteronline

The following events are planned for the upcoming week throughout the region:

• Ardmore Music Hall presents the seventh annual Bob Marley’s Birthday Celebration on Friday at 7:30 p.m., with music by Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Jah Works, Omar’s Hat and Solomonic Sound System. Formed in 2001 in Rochester, N.Y., Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad first received high praise for its live show, combining world beats and reggae rhythms within jamband aesthetics and mixtape style non-stop performances. Their sixth studio album, “Make It Better,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart. Scheduled for Saturday at 8 p.m. at Ardmore is the Grateful Dead tribute band Splintered Sunlight. And on Sunday at 11:45 a.m., the Rock and Roll Playhouse presents the music of Fleetwood Mac for kids, featuring Ms. Cantaloupe & Friends. For tickets and more information, see

• The Malvern Retreat House Art Show continues through Sunday, with hours of 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The show features 2,000 fine art pieces from more than 100 juried artists exhibiting in painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry, fiber art, wood, glasswork and ceramics. A complimentary wine and cheese reception is scheduled for Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. Admission is free. Proceeds from sales support programs at Malvern Retreat House, a center for spiritual renewal and formation. For more information, see

• The South Korean boy band P1Harmony plays Santander Arena, Reading, on Friday at 7:30 p.m. The group consisting of Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul and Jongseob debuted in 2020 with the EP “Disharmony: Stand Out,” as well the movie “P1H: The Beginning of a New World.” The video for their song “Do It Like This” has over 8 million views and their Pink Sweat$ collab “Gotta Get Back” followed the band garnering millions of streams on a cover of his song “At My Worst.” The band was nominated for “Best Rookie of the Year” at Korea’s 2021 MAMA Awards, and released the six-song mini-album “Harmony: Set In” in November, highlighting a new, edgy yet groovy sound while maintaining their signature harmonizing and powerful, anthemic raps. Tickets start at $79.50 at

• Singer-Songwriters in the Round: The Stories Behind the Songs will be presented Saturday from 8 to 10 p.m. at Newtown Theatre. Part concert, part conversation, it will feature five singer-songwriters who will perform their songs and discuss their origins and arrangements. Daniel S. Bower will lead the discussion featuring Raphael Cutrufello (Hezekiah Jones), Darren Schlappich (Frog Holler), Chris Kasper, Brittany Ann Tranbaugh and Meg Russell. Tickets are $25 in advance at or $35 at the door if still available.

Popovich Pet Theater comes to Kutztown University's Schaeffer Auditorium on Sunday afternoon.
Popovich Pet Theater comes to Kutztown University’s Schaeffer Auditorium on Sunday afternoon.

• The KU Presents! Performing Arts Series at Kutztown University presents Popovich Pet Theater on Sunday at 2 p.m. and Pat Hazell’s “The Wonder Bread Years,” a one-man comedy show about growing up in the 1960s, on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Part of the Family Series, Popovich Pet Theater is a unique blend of classic style circus acts with the extraordinary talents of over 30 furry performers, all rescued from animal shelters. Semifinalists on “America’s Got Talent,” Popovich Pet Theater was voted the best family attraction in Las Vegas. Tickets are $15. Pat Hazell, a playwright, standup comedian, actor and former writer for the popular comedy series “Seinfeld,” is in the midst of his first national tour since 2020. He originally wrote the show 25 years ago for a PBS pledge drive and expected that one-hour version to be the only performance. But at the urging of some people who observed the rehearsal process in a theater, he later expanded the show to evening-length and took it on the road. Tickets are $38 for adults; $32 for students and seniors and can be purchased at

• The Miller Center for the Arts at Reading Area Community College presents Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre on Friday at 7:30 p.m. With their intense focus on personal narratives, the combined talents of their diverse collective of artists, and the multiple artistic languages with which they communicate, Cerqua Rivera engages audiences in magnetic human stories at once new and deeply familiar. Their mission is to use multiple artistic forms (primarily dance and music) and the combined talents of their diverse company to convey intense personal narratives. They are proudly and visibly multicultural, exploring the intersection of heritage, culture and identity through high quality art. A preshow chat with Artistic Director Wilfredo Rivera will begin at 6:45. Tickets are $30 at

• SoulJoel’s Comedy Club at Sunnybrook, Pottstown, presents Craig Conant on Friday at 7 p.m and a twin bill featuring Carole Montgomery and Missy G. Hall on Saturday at 7 p.m. Conant was the standout “Unrepped New Face” at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Born in Los Angeles to a Mexican mother and an angry white father, he grew up with a lot of baseball and illegal fireworks. Now sober, he recently appeared on MTV’s “Greatest Party Story Ever Told,” where he received accolades for his unique comedic voice. Montgomery was a featured performer at the Montreal Just for Laughs and Boston and New York City Underground Comedy Festivals. She and her New York Comedy Allstarts and performed on11 comedy tours for Armed Forces Entertainment. Hall is the Queen of Happy Things. She loves to laugh, believes pants are optional and thinks the world would be better place if dogs were in charge. She is the 2013 winner of the Laugh Out Loud Competition, has worked as a warm-up comic for Harry Connick Jr. at CBS Television, and her freshman comedy CD, “Miss Representation,” was a first round Grammy nominee in 2012 for funniest comedy album. For tickets and more information, see

• Kennett Flash presents Strays + Misfits with special guest Milo Solo on Friday at 8 p.m. and Beatlemania Again on Saturday at 8 p.m. Strays + Misfits is the husband and wife team of Lou and Magda who met on Craigslist in 2009 in pursuit of their passion for music when Magda replied to an add in search of a lead female vocalist. They take listeners on a rollercoaster journey of emotions writing Americana/folk songs about relatable life experiences and social topics. Beatlemania Again chronologically traces the Beatles’ career from their debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964 to their psychedelic era and the release of the “Sgt. Pepper” album to their final live concert on the rooftop of Apple records in 1969. Their show incorporates there costume changes and authentic instrumentation. For tickets and more information, see

Gypsy jazz guitarist Stephane Wrembel will perform Thursday at 8 p.m. at Sellersville Theater. (Courtesy of Casey Ryan Vock)
Gypsy jazz guitarist Stephane Wrembel will perform Thursday at 8 p.m. at Sellersville Theater. (Courtesy of Casey Ryan Vock)

• Sellersville Theatre presents gypsy jazz guitarist Stephane Wrembel on Thursday at 8 p.m. Wrembel has had a remarkable career, touring the world while releasing 16 albums under his name and the nom de plume The Django Experiment. In October  2019, Wrembel released the highly regarded “Django L’Impressionniste,” featuring 17 of Django Reinhardt’s preludes for solo guitar, followed by a book of his transcriptions in April 2021. Also this weekend at Sellersville, the 1980s tribute band The Reagan Years will appear on Friday at 8 p.m., illusionist/magician John Westford will perform Saturday at 8 p.m., and Soul Asylum acoustic with Corey Glover of Living Colour are set for Sunday at 8 p.m. On Wednesday at 8 p.m., fingerstyle guitarist Tim Farrell and Martin guitar ambassador Craig Thatcher are booked. For tickets and more information, see

• The I’m Here I’m Happy Stout Stroll takes place Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. along Penn Avenue in West Reading. Ticket holders will stroll the avenue and sample stout beers provided by various vendors. Tickets are $35, which includes a tasting mug and lanyard. For more information and tickets, see

• The Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society will host presentation of Pennsylvania German ice harvesting on Saturday at 2:15 and 3 p.m. at Dreibelbis Farm, Route 143, Virginville. The event will include a demonstration of antique ice harvesting tools and (weather permitting) cutting and harvesting ice blocks from the ice pond, with an explanation of how ice was hauled to and loaded in the ice house. Horse-drawn sleigh or wagon rides will be offered for a small fee. A bonfire, warm soup and hot chocolate will be available, and the farm grounds and nature trail will be open to the public.The event is free to the public and will be held rain or shine, with only blizzard conditions cancelling. If thin ice prevents walking on the pond, a demonstration of tools and techniques will still be held. Attendees are encouraged to dress for the weather and be prepared to walk on an unpaved farm lane that may be icy or covered in mud. For more information, visit

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Tom Jones to perform at Sandown Park Racecourse this summer: tickets, prices, and date

… Tom released his most recent album, Surrounded by Time, in … Year, and the [UK] Music Industry Trusts Award. Music nights at Sandown Park … races with a spectacular evening concert in an informal and … ’s mailing list.
Price: Tickets start from £44 for presale …

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6 Live Music Shows to Catch This February in the Hudson Valley | Music | Hudson Valley

Al Olender | February 4

“This show is for the broken-hearted, the new relationship energy you don’t know where to put, the crushes you’ve had and have and maybe will meet at this show,” says local singer-songwriter Al Olender about “Alentine’s Day,” the all-ages concert she’ll perform at the Old Dutch Church this month to raise funds for her new album. “I want to bring you something tender, intimate, special—something your younger self (and mine) wish they had gone to.” Easy Crier, Olender’s 2022 debut, was produced and engineered by James Felice of the Felice Brothers and also features that band’s Ian Felice—either of whom just might be among the show’s “special guests.” 8pm. Kingston. $15, $20.

Ida | February 5

click to enlarge Ida play Levon Helm Studios on February 5.

  • Ida play Levon Helm Studios on February 5.

Formed in Brooklyn in the early 1990s by singer-guitarists Daniel Littleton and Elizabeth Mitchell, the influential indie sadcore outfit Ida has sporadically reunited over the years. This rare reconvergence at Levon Helm Studios is one of only two such events planned for 2023 (the other is in Los Angeles), and for it the lineup will include original bassist Karla Schickele (Babe the Blue Ox, Beekeeper, Low), original drummer Miggy Littleton (Daniel’s brother; White Magic), guest violinist Jean Cook (the Mekons), and multi-instrumentalist Storey Littleton (Elizabeth and Daniel’s daughter), who will open with her own set. (Nefesh Mountain climbs February 9; Phil Cook simmers February 24.) 7:30pm. $30, $40. Woodstock.

Franz Nicolay/St. Lenox/John and Dan | February 10

click to enlarge Franz Nicolayplays the Avalon Lounge on February 10 with St. Lenox and John and Dan

  • Franz Nicolayplays the Avalon Lounge on February 10 with St. Lenox and John and Dan

February 10. Known for his membership in the Hold Steady, World Inferno/Friendship Society, and other projects, local singer-songwriter Franz Nicolay is also a Bard College professor and author whose fourth solo album, New River, appeared in 2022. St. Lenox is the alias of singer-keyboardist Andrew Choi, a maker of melodramatic, gospel-tinged gothic pop with themes of American history, religion, and inner angst. John and Dan, the experimental side duo of Barbez members John Bollinger (vibraphone, bass, drums) and Dan Kaufman (guitar), is currently recording their debut album with producer Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, Swans). (Jak Lizard and Sam Lisbeth visit February 3; Nisa, Fraternal Twin, and Ben Seretan play February 9.) 8pm. $12. Catskill.

Facs | February 15

click to enlarge Facs play Tubby's on February 15

  • Facs play Tubby’s on February 15

Chicago trio Facs treads in the tradition of arty, abstract, mechanistic postpunk and post-rock that has made that city famous—think Shellac, Slint, or Tortoise. Featuring ex-Disappears guitarist and vocalist Brian Case and drummer Noah Leger, the band, which here hits Tubby’s, recorded its 2018 debut, Negative Houses, at the vital Electrical Audio Studio with Case on bass and his fellow Disappears guitarist Jonathan Van Herik in the ranks; when Van Herik left, Case switched back to guitar, where he has remained for the group’s next three albums, the latest of which is 2021’s Present Tense. (Chris Brokaw and Jennifer O’Connor come by February 5; the Royal Arctic Institute, Minibeast, and Overheard rule February 17.) 7pm. $10. Kingston.

Joe Louis Walker | February 24

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Rambunctious bluesman Joe Louis Walker came into the music via the 1960s psychedelic rock scene in his native San Francisco, playing in the house band at the legendary Matrix club and making friends there with visiting great—and his future Chicago roommate—Paul Butterfield. Walker, who here arrives to set the Falcon alight, played in the Spiritual Corinthians Gospel Quartet before stepping out on his own with 1986’s Cold is the Night, has since become a blues festival and club favorite who has released and appeared on a rack of acclaimed albums; among the latter is B.B. King’s 1993 Grammy-winning Blues Summit. His own newest is 2022’s Weight of the World. (The Alexis P. Suter Band is back February 18; Abraxis lionizes Santana March 2.) 7pm. Donation requested. Marlboro.

Shawn Colvin/Marc Cohn/Sarah Jarosz | March 1

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The Bardavon boasts a big night of prime, Grammy-winning singer-songwriters with this top triple bill. Shawn Colvin won Song of the Year and Record of the Year for her 1998 hit “Sunny Came Home” and Best Contemporary Folk Album for 1989’s Steady On. March Cohn, who’s best known for “Walking in Memphis” from his 1991 self-titled album, picked up his Grammy for Best New Artist in 1992. Though still a young upstart, Texas-born Sarah Jarosz has netted an astonishing four Grammys in the Folk and Americana categories. A master class in songcraft, indeed. (Jazzed Up jams March 23; Amadou and Miriam sing March 24.) 7:30pm. $47 and up. Poughkeepsie.

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WA Lawmakers Fill Ticketmaster Bill With Taylor Swift Puns

I know there are a lot of problems in this country that need fixing. I think that will be the natural state of things for quite some time. One thing that I would like to see change is the current practice of buying and selling concert tickets.

Photo by Danny Howe on Unsplash

Photo by Danny Howe on Unsplash

Whether it’s a concert or sporting event, or whatever, it’s starting to get to the point where going to a show or game is pricing itself out of my range. For instance, I recently bought two floor tickets for a heavy metal show. The tickets were listed for $65 each. Fine, no problem. It’s a bucket list show and it will be nice to get away from the Tri-Cities for a weekend. But by the time I needed to whip out the ole credit card, the price of two tickets, each priced at $65, was now $200. How did we get there? Well, Ticketmaster and the various fees they throw onto ticket sales for whatever unholy reason. Even if we haven’t solved world hunger, prejudice, homelessness, or cured cancer, I think it is important and valid to try to tackle the problem of entertainment companies and venues tacking on extra charges.

Taylor Swift Fans Demonstrate Outside U.S. Capitol As Ticket Industry Executives Testify To Congress

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Washington lawmakers have introduced a bill that would do such a thing. HB 1648, also known as the TSWIFT Consumer Protection Act, was sponsored by Representative Kristie Reeves, a Democrat from Federal Way. This isn’t a surprising bill, as it is a nationwide issue and several American congresspeople have commented on how these practices have hurt consumers. While I don’t know if this bill will become state law, heck I don’t even know if it will reach the floor. But I do respect the puns that close out the final two paragraphs of the draft.

The legislature submits that in multiple instances, consumers have had negative ticket sales experiences, including the most recent Taylor Swift concert tour. These concert fans were frustrated at the “nightmare dressed like a daydream” when trying to get access to their favorite artist’s live events. When fans felt the ticket sales industry created “bad blood” with consumers, they refused to be told, “you need to calm down.” The legislature believes ticket sellers should be “fearless” in providing integrity, fairness, and transparency with consumers, and therefore, the legislature refuses to “shake it off.”

A Bunch of Amazing Celebrities You Know & Love are From Washington

Washington’s A-listers, Oscar winners, Grammy winners, and faces of big franchises in one comprehensive list.

These are celebrities that have been born in, moved to, or lived in Washington.

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‘Surtaal’, the Indian classical music extravaganza, is back in town

‘Surtaal’, the event that brings together some of the best Indian classical musicians is back. And this time, some of the leading musicians from India will perform in Dubai, as they have in the event’s previous two editions.

Get ready to immerse yourself in Indian classical music, as the iconic percussionist Bickram Ghosh is set to perform alongside the famed Hindustani vocalist Kaushiki Chakraborty and the veena virtuoso Rajhesh Vaidhya.

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Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

Inside the stylish Roxy Hotel New York in TriBeCa, you’ll find its signature bar and restaurant, featuring an interior of impeccable design paired with a bustling atmosphere. Roxy Bar is open for weekday breakfast, dinner, happy hour, and weekend brunch. No matter when you go, you’re going to have a good time.

We went for brunch on a Sunday around noon when it wasn’t too busy yet. However, once 1 pm hits, the crowds start to come and this vast space can get packed with friends, families, and couples alike.

The crowds are likely coming in around this time due to the live music acts starting at 1 pm, and going until 3:30 pm, showcasing various talents in the jazz world. Expect to see anything from a cellist, pianist, or accordionist playing here, and often all together.

Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

The dining space is unique as it’s set up with large, heavy leather chairs and sofas in the area directly in front of the stage with both high-top and low-top tables closer to the back. Its brick-lined walls and dark woods add to the rich ambiance that oozes old-school New York charm. The lighting is also key. Small table lamps scattered around the space offer a cozy vibe with brighter lights directly over the stage to showcase the performances and a large skylight above presenting plenty of sunlight during the daytime.

If you want impeccable service, this is the place to go. Your server will take care of you in every possible way, never letting a water glass go empty and continuously checking in to make sure everything is up to your liking. Which definitely will be. You can even expect a manager or two to stop by at your table to ask how everything is while also making small talk, keeping things social and fun for an upscale but relaxed feel.

Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

And the menu is for everyone’s liking, especially during brunch. For those who can’t stay away from the raw bar, there is everything from oysters to little neck clams and shrimp cocktail.

Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

As for entrees, you have your choice of sweet or savory with the more traditional avocado toast and eggs benefit to the upgraded omelet stuffed with truffled fontina and lobster that will blow your mind.

Roxy Bar-Seasonal American cuisine and live music inside classy TriBeCa Hotel

But you cannot leave this place at brunch without trying the brown butter pancakes topped with banana and doused in a foster sauce. These are probably some of the best pancakes you’ll ever taste. They are sweet without being sickening and don’t even require the added maple sauce they come with on the side – although still taste great with it, too. Beware, they are very addicting and you’ll likely finish the three stacks without even thinking about it.

You have your pick of classic brunch cocktails, such as bloody mary, Bellini, or mimosa along with a couple of signature drinks that include For Those Who Think Disco made with gin, sparkling wine, and celery bitters, along with A Hit Is A Hit made with tequila, fennel, and St. Germain, all of which can be offered as cocktails to share, serving up to four people at the table.

There’s nothing like sitting back in one of these comfy chairs, sipping your brunch cocktail (or other beverage) while listening to live jazz after enjoying a decadent meal. The Roxy Bar does everything right and will make you want to come back, again and again, to try more from the menu. Or to simply order another round of those pancakes.

Roxy Bar is located in the Roxy Hotel New York at 2 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013. For menus, hours of operation, and contact, please visit or call 212.519.6661.

Photos courtesy of the Roxy Hotel New York and Carissa Chesanek

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Who Is Wet Leg? 5 Things About The Grammy-Nominated Indie Rock Band – Hollywood Life

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  • Wet Leg is a British indie-rock duo composed of Rhian Teasdale, 29, and Hester Chambers, 28
  • The band was formed when Rhian and Hester were in college
  • Wet Leg is nominated for three Grammy Awards at the 2023 award show

British indie duo Wet Leg — composed of Rhian Teasdale, 29, and Hester Chambers, 28 — is one of 10 acts nominated for the Best New Artist award at the 2023 Grammy Awards. If their name is called at the show on Sunday, Feb. 5, they will join an impressive list of women who have won the award, such as Megan Thee Stallion (2021), Billie Eilish (2020), and Dua Lipa (2019), to name a few. Formed in the Isle of Wight, England, in 2019, the duo has been making themselves known as a rising indie rock band to be watched. Wet Leg’s debut single, “Chaise Longue”, was released in June 2021 and put the group on the map. It even got the attention of pop-rock legend, Elton John, who played it on his Apple Music radio, per The New York Times.

Not only is the band nominated for Best New Artist, but it also landed two other Grammy nominations: Best Alternative Music Performance for “Chaise Longue” and Best Alternative Music Album for their self-titled debut project. So, who is the indie-rock band taking over the charts by storm and heading into the 65th Annual Grammy Awards? Read on to meet Wet Leg. 

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Wet Leg has been a band since 2019 and they were signed to a record deal in 2020 (Photo: Brian J Ritchie/Hotsauce/Shutterstock)

1. Wet Leg Formed In College

Rhian and Hester were both music students at Isle of Wight College and had been performing separately for years. Unfortunately, they both had dismal outlooks on their futures as professional musicians. One night, Rhian had a breakdown on stage when she was two songs into her solo set at a festival at which she drove hours to play. “I started crying hysterically,” she told the NYT. “I’d been playing music for five years, just because it becomes so intertwined in your identity.” She decided on a whim to ask Hester to play with her on stage to help her through the show.

It turned out they had similar stories, as Hester had concluded that music was not going to work out for her, either. After that night, the talented pair decided to form a band for fun — even choosing a silly name to remind themselves they were performing for enjoyment and not because they were expecting to make it to Hollywood. “That’s why it’s so weird. Because the moment we stopped trying to make anyone else happy and did a band for the joy of playing and hanging out, that’s when [things turned for the better],” Rhian explained. They found a manager in 2020 and landed a deal with Domino Records — who notably have a contract with Arctic Monkeys — six months later.

2. Rhian And Hester Adore Each Other

“Rhian is funny and ethereal. This sounds cheesy, but when we met at uni, I knew you were going to do something really wild. You’re just a star. And you’re pretty,” Hester gushed about her musical partner in their New York Times profile. As for Hester, Rhian described her as “kind and generous.” She added, “You’re very quiet, and you have the smallest handwriting I’ve ever seen.”

Together, though, they describe themselves as baby seals. “We’re like two little seals surfing the wave,” Hester noted, with Rhian in agreement.

3. Wet Leg Cancelled Two Shows In 2022 Due To Mental Health Struggles

Rhian and Hester never thought they would be so big, and their rise to fame became a bit too much in Sept. 2022. The stress of their busy touring schedule forced them to cancel two shows in America that month. “truth is that it all got a bit on top of us and we just couldn’t quite manage to get back on that plane. It’s been an amazing year playing our music all over the world but our busy touring schedule finally got the better of us this time,” the band posted on its Instagram page after opening up about their missed Colorado and New Mexico gigs.

“I just want you guys to know that it wasn’t an easy decision at all and I’m sorry I didn’t post anything about it sooner. Our mental and physical health are such easy things to overlook when everything is so exciting and so busy, you barely have a moment to check in with yourself,” the post continued. “Anyway after many big ugly cries and lots of good sleep, we’re back and ready to rumble.”

4. Being In A Band Together Forged An Unbreakable Bond Between Rhian And Hester

The success of Wet Leg has given Rhian and Hester no other choice than to spend most of their time together. Fortunately, it has worked out very well for the pair, who see their relationship as a sort of “weird family”, they told NME in March 2022. “We’re very lucky. It’s a very new, scary thing, and we’re discovering our boundaries that we didn’t know we had. If I’m feeling a bit worried about something, I can be like, ‘Rhian, I’ve got this worry’ and then Rhian will be like, ‘I think it’ll be OK’, or ‘Yeah, I feel this too’,” Hester explained in the interview of their dynamic.

Although they’ve figured out their boundaries, spending time apart isn’t some glorious vacation for the rising stars. “Every time we leave each other for a couple of days and then get back in the van, we’re like, ‘It’s so nice to get the band back together!’” Rhian gushed to NME. “Every day there’s always something – big things, small things – where we definitely need each other. In a really healthy way, not a creepy way. In a cool way.”

5. Wet Leg Opened For Harry Styles

Wet Leg opened for Harry Styles, 29, for his rescheduled Love On Tour dates in Jan. 2023. Harry had been a longtime listener of the British band, as he covered their song, “Wet Dream”, during his May 2022 session at BBC Radio’s Live Lounge. Rhian and Hester called him covering their song “so surreal” during an Oct. 2022 interview with NME.

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