Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah

Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah

Lee Gallagher has been described as, "An obvious walking, talking lead singer, someone about to grab the nearest mic and wail. And wail he does.” Gallagher's recently released EP features acclaimed singer-songwriter Victoria Williams along with other notable musicians from the Joshua Tree and SF Bay areas. After settling in San Francisco, Gallagher finally found like-minded musicians with enough soul and grit to effortlessly blend Rock n' Roll and Folk into a sound that is powerful & honest. A sound that signifies a return to the late 60s "San Francisco Sound." Together, they are Lee Gallagher & the Hallelujah. Having shared the stage with SF luminaries The Blank Tapes & Sonny (Sonny & the Sunsets), there is already a buzz spreading about the Hallelujah's electric live performance. On the heels of "Valley" they are currently in the studio and looking forward to hitting the road.

Pete Stein is a songwriter and solo performer who rambles adventurously around that broad and wanderlustful genre of Americana / alt country music. His heart-worn songs, soulful voice and mournful harmonica sound something like a late-night conversation between Bruce Springsteen and Townes Van Zandt that might've taken place in a dusty old van while Ben Nichols and Justin Townes Earl rode in the back, gazing out the window, just watching the world float by...Neil Young playing on the radio. His barebones recordings aim your red heart for the horizon. And, his live show takes you on a trip from foot-stomping whoops and hollers, on over to the one that got away, and back again out of the ashes of the past. It's the kind of music that looks you square in the eye and makes you remember the hurt and hope we all share down here in the dirt and sweat and blood.

Originally from a small farm in the foothills of the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, Pete now hails from Steamboat Springs, Colorado (by way of Florida, California, Massachusetts, and Knoxville, TN most recently) — when he's not on the road. He's spent most of the last eight years touring through neon cities and sleepy little towns out to Colorado, Texas and back throughout the south-east. You can catch him on big stages opening for acts as rocking as The Reverend Horton Heat, or you can come drink beers with him in smoky little dive bars. He's at home in either setting, and he'll make you feel that way, too.

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