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Low Lily's Liz Simmons Strikes a Hopeful Tone on the Band's New Album, 'Angels in the Wreckage'

Liz Simmons of Low Lily.
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Liz Simmons of Low Lily.

Liz Simmons, guitarist and vocalist for Vermont-based roots band Low Lily talks with WDIY's Norm Williams about the band's new album, Angels in the Wreckage; welcoming the band's newest member—fiddler, bajo player, and vocalist Natalie Padilla; and Low Lily's continued evolution.

The band will perform at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem on Friday, May 5 at 8 PM. More information is available at the Godfrey Daniels website.

You can listen to and purchase Angels in the Wreckage at Low Lily's website.

(Original air-date: 5/2/2023)

Norm Williams serves as rotating host of Live from Godfrey Daniels, occasional fill-in host for Tom Druckenmiller on In the Tradition, and board operator and host of WDIY's Wednesday broadcast of NPR's Fresh Air.
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