Harvey Girls

Henry's on Eighth

The Harvey Girls are actually a guy and a girl - Hiram Lucke and Melissa Rodenbeek - who fell in love, got married, and decided to start a band. Their complex new album "The Wild Farewell" is indeed a labor of love, combining electronic programming with live instrumentation to create enticing experimental soundscapes and off-the-beaten path melodies. Both members sing on the self-released record, which follows a young girl's coming-of-age as viewed through the dual lenses of Kansas and New York. Food included in the cover charge.

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Comments

navinRjohnson 17 years, 1 month ago

this is an EARLY SHOW. the band will be playing from 7 to 9.

Nate Poell 17 years, 1 month ago

Aiko, I think you're misinterpreting the logistics and perhaps even fundamental purpose of a show. The band is only supposed to bring instruments and perhaps other equipment such as amps, etc. The crowd is supposed to be formed of persons interested in and willing to pay money to listen to the music the band is playing. For the band to bring their own crowd would be an unmitigated logistical nightmare, not to mention a poor way to generate revenues. (I'm not trying to flame you, but please try to think through future questions a bit more before posting them.)

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