Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.


ShiSho


Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments


Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 5:00pm 


Hometown: Kent, OH


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“ShiSho is the outsider-art band…from Ohio. They’ve been making quirky indie, pop-punk, folk music for
8 years. If They Might Be Giants and Kimya Dawson had baby daughters whom they powdered regularly
with Joe Jack Talcum—they’d grow up to be ShiSho. Though ShiSho are kids, they are not necessarily a
band FOR kids. ‘College radio & Indie moms love us for some reason,’ says Midge.”





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