Wren and the Wravens' sound is an eclectic blend of retro soul, pop and R&B. With energy that is uniting and infectious, Wren and the Wravens' music brings together people of all walks of life.
Originally named Secondhand Swagger, Wren and the Wravens was formed in 2008 by Abby Wren (vocals) and Julian Scott (drums and vocals). Their sound was solidified with the inclusion of Tiffany Cherry White (keys and vocals), Rob Lane (guitar and vocals), and Robert Cordy (bass).
Wren and the Wravens, an Atlanta based band, has played numerous venues all along the eastern coast and has shared the stage with acts, such as Arrested Development, G. Love and Special Sauce, The S.O.S. Band and Trombone Shorty. The band also makes an effort to support their community. They donate their time and music talents to the Songs for Kids Foundation by performing in the 500 Songs for Kids concert series every year. They recently participated at the Green Room Camp for kids with Re-Imagine ATL. Wren and the Wravens loves their community and they love using music to unite it.
Wren and the Wravens is currently working on their first album under the new name. Stay tuned for updates and the release date.
TICKETING & RESERVATION INFO:
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