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The Honeycreepers

The Honeycreepers

Other Manchester, CT  US


  • 2015

    Jan 10

    Manchester, CT, US | 8:00pm
  • 2014

    Dec 20

    Manchester, CT, US | 7:00pm

    7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

  • 2014

    Dec 16

    Middletown, CT, US | 8:00pm

    Playing live on J-Cherry Presents: VOICE of the CITY on WESU 88.1 FM Middletown 8:00-9:00 PM

  • 2014

    Nov 29

    Manchester, CT, US | 9:00pm

    The Honeycreepers play from 9:00-11:30 pm

  • 2014

    Oct 18

    Glastonbury, CT, US | 11:00am

    The Honeycreepers play on the Village Stage from 11:00-11:30 am! For music updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/775099822513171/ For general festival information: http://www.glastonburychamber.net/chamber/apple-harvest-festival.aspx


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  • C-H-iri (Artist)
    Wish I was their for the Hometown news...Live..
  • C-H-iri (Artist)
    The Honeycreepers...Love that name..



Sounds Like: The Civil Wars, The Swell Season Official, Xavier Rudd - Official

Bio: the honeycreepers are the musical fusion of classical and musical theater trained vocalist Kelsea Burch and self-taught, experimental guitarist and vocalist Matt Shea. In 2012, while living on a farm in Hawaii, the duo began by sharing stories of their adventures and misadventures through music....See Full Bio

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"Burch is of course the driving vocal force of the band. Her vocals are big and powerful. But Shea’s echoes provide a much-needed dynamic, which keeps the songs grounded. This is very evident on the upbeat “Red Dirt People” where the pair’s vocals flit back and forth like a pair of sparrows chasing each other through the air. Shea’s funky-folk guitar riffs should also be noted here, as they recall the fast finger picked madness of the Grateful Dead and The Allman Brothers. The honeycreepers is not all full-force finger picking and loudly belted vocals. “Lost Balloon” is a slow and heartbreaking lament in the vein of Patsy Cline. Burch’s vocals here are restrained coos, which reverberate on long after they’ve left her lungs and Shea’s slow strums, along with additional bass and steel pedal guitar provided by Eric Lichter that rings out in the same sad arc."

— Jamie Robash, The Even Ground

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