Most of WWWB stems from an extended stay in Montreal, his girlfriend’s residence
“It’s like winter there eight months out of the year,” he says. “I think isolation in a cold place works well for me.”
Church is Sea Wolf, but recently he welcomed drummer Joey Ficken, bassist Ted Liscinski (onetime member of Cincy band Moth during that band’s major label tenure) and keyboardist Lisa Fendelander to the permanent fold. Touring newbie Joyce Lee takes up the cello, while Nathan Anderson helms electric guitar, something he also handles for Indie Folk luminary M. Ward.
He plays the Southgate House. Get Sound Advice and show details here.