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Dark Honey with Hasty Page

  • Park Theater 14 Park St Glens Falls, NY 12801 NY (map)

Two of the Capital Regions's must-hear ALT bands on one hot bill.

Dark Honey
Formerly One Red Martian

Dark Honey is comprised of three brothers and a childhood friend who have been making music together since they were kids. After spending several years in the south the group moved back to their roots in the northeast and began to fine tune their unique sound. Embracing a truly DIY spirit, the band records and releases all their music themselves from their indie studio in Upstate NY.

"Stinging Nettle" is a sugar-shot of tight indie pop-rock. Weaving through its upbeat stomp and catchy melodies singer Jimi Woodul delivers frank and bittersweet lyrics born from experience. An anthem for anyone who's ever fallen hard, it speaks to the simultaneously heartbreaking and hilarious dreams of youth.


Vocals, Guitar / Jimi Woodul
Bass / Ben Woodul
Drums / Joe Woodul
Vocals, Piano, Synth / Dan DeKalb

"There's something in soulful frontman Jimi Woodul's voice that really gives One Red Martian an edge."-Syracuse.com

"All new "Stinging Nettle" is guaranteed to have you singing along to Dark Honey's wittily crafted lyrics". -A&R Factory

"Fun pop melody that drives into deeper meanings..."-NYS Music

Hasty Page
MEMBERS
Josh Morris - Drums/Vocals
Zane Agnew - Guitar/Vocals
James Paolano - Bass/Vocals
William Fredette - Bass Temp


Hasty Page is a group of innovative musicians from Upstate New York that came together to create an exciting, inspirational new sound for their fans. Their original music paints a theatrical image through the use of creative lyrics and intricate musicianship. With a mix of popular cover tunes and invigorating original music, their live shows are sure to entertain and keep you wanting more. Josh Morris, Zane Agnew and James Paolano formed the group in November, 2015. Since then, they have released an EP, “The Coming of Age,” and a full length album, “Distance.” They have played over 100 shows in and around New York’s Capitol Region, including several at Jupiter Hall, Move Music Festival 2016/2017, and Pearlpalooza 2017. They are influenced by artists such as Kings of Leon, Incubus, The 1975, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Nothing But Thieves to name a few, but have formed a musical identity that won’t soon be forgotten.

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