Valeska, Hey Girl Slow Down, Huck
20 Meadow St.
(between Waterbury St & Bogart St)
Brooklyn, NY, 11206
This event is all ages
Grammerhorn Wren, in short, is New England native Eric rocking out with Matthew. We make sweaty, fast, loud, droning, and vaguely poppy music.
Hey Girl Slow Down
Songs about the streets
Huck, the 26-year-old Long Island, N.Y. troubadour, has been acclaimed to "sing like a 40-year-old-blues-rocker" (Rafer Guzman, Newsday). From playing in living rooms to coffee shops, to clubs and colleges, as well as selling out theaters and playing stadium's, Huck's "confident, soulful and romantically sophisticated arrangements and rhythmic verses" have been heard across the country.
This young, accomplished artist has already independently released three albums: "Turn", "Sketches From Within" and "Within This Process of Adaptation", which have sold thousands of copies each and have been featured on major television shows such as "Dawson's Creek", "Joan Of Arcadia" and MTV's "Real World" and "Real World Road Rules Challenge", in addition to many commercial, XM, Sirius and college radio stations.
His debut album, "Turn" was produced by two-time Grammy Award Winning Producer, John Rollo (The Kinks, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Jimmy Cliff, Stevie Nicks...). His Following (EP) "Sketches from Within" and (LP) "Within this Process of Adaptation" were produced by Ross Petersen (Jimmy Eat World, John Mayer, Sheryl Crow and Bruce Springsteen). Huck has become a prominent name in the college circuit, playing over 600 shows (colleges, clubs, cafes, theaters, baseball stadiums, coffee shops, house parties, basements, sorority houses, and pretty much anywhere else that had a stage and a mic) throughout his five-years of touring the country. Huck just finished and released his new self titled EP, and is currently working on his series of EP's with Boots Ottestad of "The Getaway People" (Columbia Records) who has worked with acts like Robbie Williams, Tim Mcgraw, Macy Gray and Toby Lightman.
$8.00 - $10.00