We released our debut e.p. “A Potter’s Field” back in October on streaming platforms and now physical copies are in!
So… LETS PARTY!
Lefty’s Live Music Fri Feb 8th
Doors @ 7pm
$8 (free copy of our e.p. with admission)
The Haunted Hallows: Americana of a darker kind. Banjo pluckn, moonshine drinkin, grave diggin rhythms mixed w/ haunting harmonies bringing out the darker side of bluegrass. A folk band based out of Iowa; influenced by traditional folk, gypsy folk, bluegrass, punk rock, blues, emo, and heavy metal. With a passion for all things macabre, strange, and unusual they mix those interest in their contemporary song writing. Once you add the rhythmic guitar, haunting harmonies, stand up bass, and traditional claw-hammer banjo it creates the eerie folk sound that is The Haunted Hallows.
Adam Bruce :Adam Bruce a Des Moines-based Prairie Soul singer and songwriter. Adam’s honest, direct songwriting reflects his rural Midwestern upbringing while his vocal howl recalls an impassioned Southern revival. Adam currently performs as a duo with his wife April Lynn. For over 15 years, Adam has worked with Des Moines bands, most recently fronting alt-country group the New Bodies.
Crystal City : Crystal City is fronted by Dave Helmer and Sam Drella. Helmer is a Midwestern singer/songwriter from central Iowa with blue-collar roots. Heavily influenced by Paul Westerberg, Tom Petty, John Prine and Townes Van Zandt, Helmer’s songs are approachable and relatable, touching on themes of love and loss, being good to each other and celebrating life. Taking on dual personalities, Crystal City plays regularly around the Midwest as a Rock ’n’ Roll outfit as well as performing more intimately as a fingerstyle duo, with rich harmonies and melodic whistling, comparable to the likes of Andrew Bird. Crystal City’s classic songwriting can warm a weary heart and get bedraggled feet stomping.
Danny Russell Wolf : Danny Russell Wolf is a singer/songwriter Alive & Welling smack dab in the center of Iowa. He’s been performing for around two decades in various forms.