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Parlor Hawk, The National Parks,The Mighty Sequoyah

While the Provo-based acoustic quintet’s “Saddest Song” won best song at the 2012 Independent Music Awards, Parlor Hawk had little to be sad about. On Nov. 16, the band exceeded its Kickstarter campaign goal of $15,000 to record the follow-up album to its debut, Hoarse & Roaring. Shortly after, they set to the task of recording their brand of beautiful folk with producer Nate Pyfer (The Moth & the Flame, Mideau, Polytype)—without the 1950s Orca Companion organ used on the band’s first album, however, because one lucky backer scored it for a $300 pledge. After a brief winter break, Parlor Hawk is gigging again, after finishing the final studio sessions in February—as the band is prone to “let the hawks soar!” The National Parks (formerly Brady Parks & the IndiAnns) and Jenessa Buttars round out the lineup. $8


Date: Apr 12, 2013
Time: 8 pm
Phone: 801-818-2263
Address: 135 North University Avenue, Provo, 84601
Where: Velour
 
 
 
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