Fair Herald | Familiar Streets

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Familiar Streets

by Fair Herald

Mixing the roots rock of the Jayhawks and Ryan Adams with the pop/rock sensibilities of R.E.M., Fair Herald are crafting their own blend of coarse, thoughtful tunes.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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Fair Herald unites five budding talents formed through years of garage-rocking in a downtown Chicago coach house, embracing a straightforward approach to rock that conjures Neil Young and the Replacements with a little dose of alt-country via the Jayhawks. Behind a thick mesh of guitars, keyboards, and soaring harmonies, Fair Herald crafts a raw, organic sound that belies their urban surroundings. With the June '08 release of their self-produced Familiar Streets LP, recorded with Neil Ostrovsky of Chicago icons the Bon Mots, the five young lads have drawn comparisons to both Whiskeytown and Counting Crows. Placing their stamp on roots rock through youthful enthusiasm and keen musicianship, Fair Herald has established itself as a fast-rising band on the Chicago music scene.


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