The Haraway Brothers, Live on the Decatur Square, Sat. 9.16
On Sat. 9/16, The Haraway Brothers will play a free show on the Decatur Square, just a few hundred feet from where we recorded “The Haraway Brothers Wish You Love & Luck in the World” last November. Y’all should come, cause it’s free and we’re gonna play songs for every generation. That’s right. We’ve got all of your people covered. Just show up with a cooler. Music Midtown sucks (yeah, we said it, cause it’s true.)
For you United fans, God Bless You, you can catch a Marta literally right to our stage. (Go United!)
Reviews of The Haraway Brothers Wish You Love & Luck in the World
Before we made our trip to Charleston last month, Will was interviewed by Charleston Post and Courier and they published “The Haraway Brothers: Will, Lee Team Up for a Country Music Project, New Album” on the front page of their Charleston Scene weekly (must have been a slow week in the Battery!) We enjoyed reading it while eating Crab Cakes Benedict that Saturday morning….
Just last night, Chris Martin of Atlanta Auditory Association published “The Haraway Brothers Branch Out on their Own with Wish You Love & Luck in the World.”
You can get the record on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and all the rest, as well as on www.harawaybrothers.com.
View from Stage Left
– There’s always a stretch where the best albums of the year all come out in a rush, and we’re there, folks: The War on Drugs’ “A Deeper Understanding” (here on 9/26!), LCD Soundsystem’s “American Dream” (here on 10/21!), The National’s “Sleep Well Beast,” Tyler Childers’ “Purgatory,” Lukas Nelson’s “Promise of the Real,” Neil Young’s “The Hitchhiker” and ESPECIALLY Gregg Allman’s “Southern Blood,” the perfect musical coda for his life in music. He covers Willin! And Johnny Jenkins! RIP, Gregg.
– Thanks to everyone that came out to Jon Harris Band’s show at Vista Room in August, his album “Scorpio” is coming soon. Here’s a video of Jon playing the Sitar!