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Desert Noises at The Evening Muse

Tuesday March 26, 2013
Doors 7:00 PM / Music 8:00 PM

Tickets: $10.00 Advance & DOS

Tickets can be purchased in advance at CD Warehouse (King's Drive), Manifest Discs, Sunshine Daydreams (NoDa), online at CarolinaTix, PayPal or Music Today and by phone at 1.800.594.TIXX or
Desert Noises

Desert Noises is Kyle Henderson, Tyler Osmond, Patrick Boyer, and Brennan Allen, four boys from Utah Valley, UT. The group makes dynamic, propulsive indie rock full of jangle and swagger. These young musicians have an extraordinary knack for pop composition that seems well beyond their years. Their unbridled energy and earnestness is conveyed most thoroughly in the live experience, as their relentless touring over the last few years has enchanted hearts in every city they've visited. Their songs conjure the experience of the wide open road - something they've come to know well - as their lyrics reveal a romantic penchant for adventure. Desert Noises have shared the stage with such buzzworthy contemporaries as The Head and The Heart, Local Natives, The Morning Benders, Blitzen Trapper, Miniature Tigers, and Pepper Rabbit. With their gaze set enthusiastically into the future, this talented band shows no sign of slowing down.

Artist's Web Site

See a YouTube clip from Desert Noises

Born and bred in New York City, Hollis Brown embarked on a pilgrimage to Nashville to capture their authentic sound. They shacked up for two weeks in the backyard cabin/studio of producer Adam Landry (Deer Tick, Middle Brother), and found themselves. They recorded everything live, straight to analog tape. The result was a warm, vintage sound that displays the band's explosive live energy. Their new EP, Nothing & The Famous No One, takes the listener back to that cabin to experience the raw vibe, smell the smoke, and feel alive.

"Hollis Brown makes music that sounds just as alive today as it would've in 1966 and will 40 years from now" - SPIN

"A terrific band... gaining recognition for their bluesy rock songs that pack a lot of soul and their intense live performances" - The Huffington Post

"Hollis Brown: Meat and Potatoes Rock 'N Roll ain't dead" - Mojo

"Their well-crafted songs are rooted in the blues and feature pop hooks that sink in and don't let go" - CMT

Hollis Brown

Artist's Web Site

See a YouTube clip from Hollis Brown

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  • Laurie K.

    The guys ins Desert Noises are really good friends of ours and an extremely talented group from Utah! They are killing it on the road and one of the best new, young bands out there. Not to mention they are some of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet. See what others are saying and sharing at

    February 18, 2013

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