The folk music singing duo The Oh Hellos will perform at Taylor University on Sunday, March 4.
The Oh Hellos are comprised of brother and sister duo Tyler and Maggie Heath, both born and raised in southern Texas.
In 2011 they recorded their self-titled EP and in 2012 they released Through the Deep, Dark Valley as their debut first full-length record, a record they wrote, recorded, mixed, produced and mastered themselves. In 2013, they began stage performances for live audiences along with the addition of touring musicians.
Their music ranges from a variety of topics, ranging from regret to redemption. Their second album, Dear Wormwood, is music inspired by Patrick Rothfuss’ The Name of the Wind and C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters.
The concert will be held in Rediger Chapel at 8 pm.
- $15.00 with a Taylor student ID
- $20.00 for Taylor faculty and staff
- $25.00 general admission.
Tickets can be purchased at TUOhHellos.eventbrite.com.
Click here to listen to The Oh Hellos NPR Tiny Desk Performance.
Doors open at 7:15 pm, concert at 8 pm.
The Oh Hellos appearance is part of the TSO Mainstage concert series at Taylor University.