Ushering in a new era of jam band, Wook has drawn on influences from all genres. A mix of jam, progressive rock, singer songwriter roots, and electronic instrumentation, the group creates a sound that is ever changing. This youthful approach to music is mirrored by the youthfulness of the band. In their early twenties, the band seeks to grow musically together through the progression of their music. Their fresh take on instrumentation, song composition, and life inspires audiences and fans to join in the party and share in the music. As much immersed in the jam community as fans, the group continuously works to build the community and support live music. Stressing a fun and inclusive atmosphere, Wook shows have grown to become a must-attend party. As the group continues on their musical path, it is clear their music will constantly evolve.
Although relatively new, Wook is no beginner when it comes to live music and festivals earning slots at both the 2010 and 2011 Summer Camp Music Festival, as well as returning for a second year at Jamminï¿½ on the Wolf Festival, and a third year at the Grateful Garcia Gathering, which they will be headlining Saturday night! Wook has shared the stage with acts such as Family Groove Company, Zach Deputy, The Coop, Roster McCabe, Ultraviolet Hippopotamus and Steez and have played after-parties for Umphreyï¿½s McGee, Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, and Railroad Earth. Wook established a solid following in Wisconsin in the last year, and continues to spread their music throughout the midwest. Wook has made the most of its short existence, and there are high expectations heading into summer 2011.