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The Antal brothers of Greenhornbluehorn will be playing 2 shows during the ball of wax #40 celebration. On Sat night June 21 at Conor Bryne as a part of two band for a day acts, and on Sunday during the day at the Ballard Homestead. Come help us celebrate 10 solid years of DIY compilations! We'll do a good show for ya!
Levi and the Library Day Laborers and Petty Intellectuals Roselit Bone GreenhornBluehorn A killer bill at the friendliest of venues!
With these PCNW bands Ever-so-android The Hoot Hoots Branden Daniel and The Chics The Jesus Rehab Kingdom of the Holy Sun Roaming Herds of Buffalo The Great Um Jupe Jupe SICK KIDS XOXO Dark Hip Falls Inly Fruit Juice Low Hums Stereo Embers Ka iji Abraham Wind Burial Detective Agency (seattle WA) Mrs. Howl The Echo Echo Echoes The Environment Gang Cult Seaside Tryst Yonder Saliva Giant pitschouse Pleasures Werebearcat Pure Ups Mutiny Mutiny Supply and the Man Sibling Rivalry Trees and Timber Jigsaw Puzzle Glue Greenhornbluehorn Dirty Dirty Glaciers on the Moon
With Lanford Black and one more tbd
Two nights in Longbeach WA with Greenhorn Bluehorn!
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Sounds Like: Elliott Smith, The Weakerthans, Wilco, The Head and the Heart, America (The Band)
Manager: Brent Antal
Bio: The Antal brothers of Seattle's GreenhornBluehorn got their chops in the punk and rock scene of Ithaca, New York. Still not ones to tone it down, these indie-folkers produce a big sound and lots of broken guitar strings. Their anthemic tunes bring on the boot stompin' with haunting hooks on acous...See Full Bio
“Ball of Wax 36 Songs: GreenhornBluehorn – “Out of the Dark” Posted on May 19, 2014 by Levi Fuller As previously blogged, the Spring 2014 volume of Ball of Wax will be unleashed upon the world on Saturday, June 7th. And what better way to kick off the spring release and celebrate the end of winter than with a song called “Out of the Dark”? I’m not entirely sure what the subject of this song is, but the phrases that jump out (“I’m spinning wheels,” “I think it might take longer than I said,” “even though it’s miles ahead,” “my rough and weary hands”) and the intense, forward-thrusting arrangement blend perfectly to connote some kind of epic journey. The GreenhornBluehorn boys have crafted yet another fine pop song with a hint of darkness and foreboding, and I’m thrilled that they’re sharing it with us for the newest volume. Don’t miss their set at the Ball of Wax 36 release show!”