We are delighted to welcome the amazing Oregon trio The Hackles to 50rpm. They were one of the standout headliners of Celtic Connection 2023 so we can't wait for this one.
Please note our venue is located up stairs and their are no lift so it is not suitable for wheelchair users and may not be suitable for those with walking difficulties. We operate a no talking policy when acts are performing. Be a considerate gig goer and don't spoil it for others
The Hackles impressed with their debut album, but it was the follow-up, 2019's 'A Dobritch Did As A Dobritch Should', that established them well beyond the shores of the USA. In the UK, The Daily Express called it gorgeous Americana, while RnR magazine said it was magnificent. Folk Radio UK praised the intelligent, highly melodic song-writing.
Kati Claborn and Luke Ydstie, both previously core members of the band Blind Pilot, impressed with their sumptuous vocal harmonies and writing skills, confirming them as a major force on the Americana/indie-folk circuit. The Hackles, now a trio, have a new album coming and a couple of tracks are written by close friend and long-time auxiliary member Halli Anderson of the band, River Whyless, who joins them here.
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