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Heavy 04:26 Tools
Graveclothes 00:00 Tools
My Lover 00:00 Tools
One 00:00 Tools
Just This 00:00 Tools
Blue Healer 00:00 Tools
Autodomesticated Animal 00:00 Tools
Looking for Love 00:00 Tools
Looking for Love (Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Outside the Lines 00:00 Tools
Be Where You Are 00:00 Tools
Nothing's Right 00:00 Tools
Medea 00:00 Tools
Free Like a Broken Heart (Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Take It Slow 00:00 Tools
Want 00:00 Tools
Ankle Bone 00:00 Tools
December Song 00:00 Tools
Better in the Morning 00:00 Tools
Free Like a Broken Heart 00:00 Tools
Father Texas 00:00 Tools
Nothing's Right (Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Towards the Sun 00:00 Tools
Heavy - OurVinyl Sessions 00:00 Tools
December Song (feat. Joy Williams) 00:00 Tools
Heavy (OurVinyl Sessions) 00:00 Tools
Graveclothes (OurVinyl Sessions) 00:00 Tools
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Birdtalker is an American indie folk music based in Nashville, TN. The band is made up of Zack and Dani Green, Andy Hubright, Brian Seligman, and Jesse Baker. Zack and Dani were married in 2012 and soon after their wedding tried writing a couple songs together. They liked it, so they wrote a couple more. Andy, a friend from college and very talented drummer, was into the songs and started beating on stuff while Zack and Dani played them. It sounded good. While these 3 were playing the songs at Shakespeare in the Park one August afternoon, Brian became interested in adding his immense talent to the mix as well and began playing along with mandolin and guitar. It sounded even better. Birdtalker as these 4 members wrote and practiced for about a year when yet another talented friend and Birdtalker's biggest fan, Jesse, expressed interest in lending his bass sounds to the band. It is the combination of each member's specific offerings that gives Birdtalker the life and sound that it now possesses. And it doesn't hurt that they all like each other a heck of a lot, too. Zack and Dani write songs as a way to share ideas they care about and sentiments they feel deeply. Playing music has proven to be a powerful avenue for connection and communion, within the band as well as with listeners. Birdtalker's hope is simply that the more music they write and share, the more true and vulnerable interactions may be born from it. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.