Ghost Light pianist Holly Bowling has released a new 360° video performance of Gillian Welch‘s “Wrecking Ball”, featuring Fruition’s Mimi Naja lending an extra hand on mandolin and vocals. “Wrecking Ball” appeared on Welch’s 2003 collaborative studio release with David Rawlings, Soul Journey.
Filmed by Jarrett Bellini from Bowling’s solo performance at Atlanta, GA’s City Winery on September 6th, 2018, the special new video allows you to click and drag to view the performance from different perspectives, allowing you to immerse yourself in Holly Bowling’s renowned live show!
Explore Holly Bowling’s new 360° “Wrecking Ball” video featuring Mimi Naja below:
Holly Bowling ft. Mimi Naja – “Wrecking Ball” [360° Video]
[Video: Holly Bowling]
Earlier this week, Holly Bowling announced an upcoming run of solo shows scheduled to begin in the latter part of summer. The upcoming run will begin with a performance at The Chapel in San Francisco, CA on August 23rd, and continues throughout the end of the month and into the next before wrapping on September 29th with a gig at City Winery in Atlanta, GA. The end-of-summer run of shows is being billed as An Evening with Holly Bowling Solo: Interpretations of Phish & The Grateful Dead, so fans should plan for the talented pianists’ traditional, unique covers of songs from both popular jam bands.
Bowling’s other musical endeavor, Ghost Light, will regroup for their upcoming appearance at Electric Forest at the end of the month, followed by their afterparty at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO immediately following Dead & Company‘s show at Folsom Field on July 5th.
For ticketing information and a full list of Holly Bowling’s upcoming tour dates, head to her website. Fans can head to Fruition’s website for a full list of the band’s scheduled tour dates and ticketing.