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New Hampshire-based jam act Percy Hill confirmed a trio of June concerts.
New Hampshire’s Percy Hill recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of their ‘Color In Bloom’ LP with shows in Cambridge & New York City, where contributor Sarah Bourque documented the action.
Sarah Bourque interviewed Percy Hill’s Aaron Katz and Joe Farrell ahead of the band’s concerts celebrating the release of their debut album ‘Color In Bloom.’
An upcoming run of Percy Hill shows includes a night featuring a full performance of ‘Color In Bloom’ and more with Moon Boot Lover set to open.
Pink Talking Fish, Keller Williams, Percy Hill and Bearly Dead came together to ring in 2018 in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Watch Connecticut funk act Deep Banana Blackout and New Hampshire jam band Percy Hill live from The Capitol Theatre.
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About Percy Hill
Percy Hill was formed in 1993 by Nate Wilson and Joe Farrell on the campus of the University of New Hampshire. Through 1997 they released 4 discs (two studio, one double live) and performed countless shows throughout the Northeast. In 1998, Aaron Katz(drums) and John Leccese(bass) were recruited to spread the music nation-wide. That same year they recorded the now-classic Color in Bloom and spent the next 2 years criss-crossing the country in support. In 2000, Color in Bloom picked up the Jammy award for Studio Album of the Year, and the group took a much needed break that fall.
After a year of working on different projects, the members regrouped for the 2003 release Percy Hill Live, which features a 13-piece ensemble performing expanded arrangements of gems from Color in Bloom and a new batch of Percy classics.
Watch Neil Young & Promise Of The Real join with the crowd at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle to sing “Happy Birthday To You” to drummer Anthony Logerfo.
Watch the trailer for the Trey Anastasio documentary ‘Between Me & My Mind.’
The Tedeschi Trucks Band teamed with members of Los Lobos in Sacramento on Tuesday night.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has added 11 live concerts to Spotify and Apple Music.
Trombonist/vocalist Natalie Cressman and guitarist/vocalist Ian Faquini gave an inspired performance at New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall on Monday night.