709 Washington Street, Durham, North Carolina 27701

Kyle Lacy and the Harlem River Noise

January 28, 2018  ·  Sunday * 5-7pm * NO Cover

Kyle Lacy & the Harlem River Noise conjure a potion that stirs the soul, bringing you home to the roots of 50’s rock’n’roll and blues.

If a young Ray Charles met a fresh-faced Gene Vincent in 2017 and they formed a duo, they would surely collaborate with KL & HRN. They might even join the band…

… Or are they in the band already?

“Currents”, the debut full-length record, is inspired by traditional rock’n’roll and swing coupled with a pulsing energy. By recording live to tape, the album captures snapshots of a frenetic 2-day recording spree. Thematically, it plays as a soundtrack to the flow of subtle changes in life; be it lover, friend, or foe; the lyrics tease, tempt, and mourn while the groove shakes the blues away.

Kyle Lacy, Vocals & Guitar
Cody Gibson, Upright Bass & Vocals
Boyce Griffith, Tenor Saxophone & Organ
Steve Renko, Drumset