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19 - Jul
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music)
Where:MilkBoy, 1100 Chestnut Street, Chester Heights, Pennsylvania, United States, 19017
with American Trappist, Sweet Boy
We just wanted to be a kickass, roadready, rock n roll band, muses frontman, Luke Mitchell, of South Carolina based rock outfit, The High Divers; and with 4 years of steady national touring, 2 studio albums, and a growing fanbase that have come to love their raucous live shows: it would seem the band is making good on those original plans.With anthemic choruses, lush 3 part harmonies, and rhythms rooted just asdeeply in Motown as in rock n roll of the past and present, The High Divers create songs that nod to the classics, while carving out a sonic space all their own. A fixture of the South Carolina music scene, the band is known for its charismatic onstage swagger and its ability to get the crowd completely and unabashedly involved. Every show we play, I get people to sing along with us, and its a beautiful thing, something I look forward to every night says Luke Mitchell, of the call and response hidden within the song Summertime.The band is comprised of husband and wife, Luke Mitchell (Guitar/Vocals) and Mary Alice Mitchell (Keyboards, Vocals), along with Julius DeAngelis (Drums) and Kevin Early (Bass/Vocals). We are here today, probably because Kevin was about 4 and learning to ride a bike in our neighborhood says Mitchell, then ended up hitting my Dads van. We grew up together and have been playing music in various bands since we were 14 says Early. Each member of the band grew up on Hilton Head Island, before relocating to Charleston to officially form The High Divers, where they began immediately recording their debut album, Riverlust.The High Divers Sophomore album, Chicora brought the band out on the road for most of the last year signaling the return of the group after being sidelined by an auto accident during a tour out west. Released on True Blue Records, Chicora captures the band experimenting with synthesizers, psychedelic vocals, and pop sensibilities that could bring to mind the Rumors era of Fleetwood Mac. The
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