Tame The Giant Presents: Hayley Jane and Justin Hancock + Grey Season at Tommy Doyle’s 8/27

WE’REEEE BAAAACK!! Once again the Maimed & Tamed crew has joined forces with our friends from Young Giant to bring you some incredible local music as part of our new collaboration, Tame The Giant. Next week on Tuesday August 27th we will be bringing two local bands that we are very excited about to The Loft @ Tommy Doyle’s in Harvard Square for only $5. For those of you who came out to our last show you understand how much of a steal $5 was for two great bands like VAVÁ and We Avalanche, and we’re sure that you won’t be disappointed with our lineup this time around either.

Doors will open at 8pm and Hayley Jane and Justin will kick things off at 8:30pm. Read on below for more info on each band and make sure to share all of the event details and invite your friends to come out using our handy dandy Facebook Event Page.

Hayley Jane and Justin Hancock

This immaculate duo makes up half of the Boston Americana quartet Hayley Jane and the Primates and we are very excited to have them serenade us with their sweet sweet songs. Hayley and Justin have played regularly as a duo throughout Boston, performing alongside acts such as Ryan Montbleau and Dennis Brennan. Their stripped down set of guitar and vocals is a sight see and hear, with Hayley’s powerful vocals blending beautifully with Justin’s guitar and harmonies. If you don’t take our word for it, check out a video below of Hayley and Justin performing at the Lizard Lounge earlier this year and see for yourself.

Grey Season

For all of you Newport Folk Festival fans out there, Grey Season is the perfect dose of high-energy folk and bluegrass to fill the musical void during these dog days of summer before July rolls around again. This Boston bred quintet features all of the ingredients that make for a successful folk rock recipe. Take some acoustic guitar, a little bit of banjo, mix in the mandolin, and stir together with an infectious energy and you’ve got yourself Grey Season. Their debut EP Troilus was released earlier this year and has been gaining some steam within the local folk music community. You can listen to Troilus in its entirety below via bandcamp, but be warned, foot stomping and hand clapping will ensue.

Posted on by Eric in Concert Preview

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