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Miwi La Lupa 

Producer, Singer-Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist Miwi La Lupa, now geared to
release his fourth solo studio record, has shared the world’s biggest stages and
recording studios, with contemporary music’s biggest names. From Madison Square
Garden, Carnegie Hall, The Ryman Theater, Newport Folk/Jazz festivals and The
Sydney Opera House, to BBC, Electric Lady and Daptone studios, he has and can be
heard with an eclectic line-up of artists and projects. He has performed or recorded
with Lou Reed, The Impressions, Bill Frisell, Conor Oberst, Spoon, Red Baraat, Fela!
A Broadway Musical, David Byrne/St. Vincent, Gillian Welch/David Rawlings, Butch
Morris and the Nublu Orchestra, Charlie Hunter, Mike Gordon, Macklemore,
Jonathan Wilson, El-P, Jim James, Suzanne Vega, and many more.

Since relocating to Omaha, Nebraska from New York City in 2015, he’s been a fixture
at ARC studios recording on many of the projects Mike Mogis has produced in the
last three years including Justin Townes Earl, Joseph, Anthony D’Amato, and Saint
Seneca. In 2018, Miwi produced two records for Omaha artists Dirt House and
Stathi, and co-produced his 4 th studio album with Conor Oberst. He is also a member of Omaha’s Dolores Diaz and the Standby Club with members of Cursive, Bright Eyes, McCarthy Trenching, and The Good Life.

Miwi has toured his records across the US and Europe/UK with stops at The
Fillmore, Bootleg Theater, Thalia Hall, The Bowery Ballroom, and countless theaters,
clubs, and pubs across the pond. He has supported Conor Oberst, The Good Life, The Felice Brothers, Larkin Poe, Joseph, and Phoebe Bridgers. With this, his fourth album TIPS, he plans on more of the same. The studio and the road have always been his dear friends.

His music has also been featured in two films: The One I Love (2014), and the music
documentary I Can Hear You Calling (2013) that features eight NYC bands fronted
by members of Steely Dan, TV On The Radio, Antibalas, Arcade Fire and Sufjan
Stevens, of which Miwi was a member of six. He has also been featured on NPR’s
Soundcheck and Tiny Desk, WXPN’s Folkadelphia, and Breakthru Radio in NYC.
Miwi was recently featured in an in-depth interview/concert review in the Omaha
Magazine. “As soon as Miwi La Lupa’s melodies hit ears, listeners succumb to the
indie-folk dynamo. Seduced by his poignant lyrics, the roar of bar chatter fell
silent during a recent Slowdown performance. There he stood: tall, brilliant, and gently strumming his guitar.”

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