Harmaleighs will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Fuller Lodge. Courtesy photo
Jonathan Lathrop of Live In Los Alamos concerts is once again presenting The Harmaleighs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Fuller Lodge.
The Harmaleighs are a duo based in Nashville whose sophomore album was released shortly after they played to a near sold-out crowd in Los Alamos last February. Glide magazine wrote of that work, “the six-song album captures two talented and promising songwriters who exude a natural chemistry. They craft charming, Poignant folk on ‘Hiraeth.’’
When asked to describe the Harmaleighs’ music herself, Kaylee Jasperson, one half of the duo explains, “We always say it’s a little folk, pop, Americana, indie. Maybe we could make a new genre and call it ‘indie Americana.” Jasperson cites Lucius, Feist, Brandi Carlile, the Lumineers and Paramour among the band’s influences.
As at all Live in Los Alamos shows, there will be beer and wine available for purchase from Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op, and there will be a light meal offered for those who might have missed dinner. Outside food (but not drink) also is welcom.
Tickets are $15 if purchased by 5 p.m. Friday at the Los Alamos Public Schools Credit Union, or can be acquired online for $17.50 at holdmyticket.com. The price at the door is $20. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and music will start at 7:30 p.m. at Fuller Lodge.
Barring any special requests from artists, this will be the last Live in Los Alamos event until the concert series resumes in September. For further information call or text 699.6275.