Posts Tagged ‘Hands Down’

The Greeting Committee “Hands Down” Live at RecordBar

May 12, 2017
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The Greeting Committee Live at RecordBar, 5/11/17

The Greeting Committee recently rocked a sold out show at RecordBar. The Kansas City-based band are past interview subjects and their song “Hands Down” has received over 5,000,000 plays on Spotify. Check out this live version of “Hands Down.”

The Greeting Committee “Make It Right” “BBC” “Hands Down” and “She’s A Gun” at the Do816 Launch Party at Lifted Spirits Distillery

January 29, 2017
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The Greeting Committee at Lifted Spirits Distillery, 1/30/17

Past interview subjects the Greeting Committee recently played the Do816 launch party at Lifted Spirits Distillery. The Kansas City-based band beasted through new songs and old favorites. The Greeting Committee brings indie rock heat live and are one of my favorite bands. It’s inspiring to see young bands with so much talent.

“Make It Right”

Here’s “BBC”

Here’s “Hands Down” and “She’s A Gun.”

The Greeting Committee “By Your Side” “I Don’t Mind” and “Hands Down” Acoustic at Normal Human Pop-Up

November 27, 2016
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The Greeting Committee at Normal Human Pop-Up, 11/26/16

The Greeting Committee recently performed an acoustic set at a pop-up shop for Normal Human. The Kansas City-based band are past interview subjects of mine and one of my favorite bands. The set featured the first acoustic version of “By Your Side” in two years. Check out these acoustic versions of “By Your Side” “I Don’t Mind” and “Hands Down.”

McClain Approved: The Greeting Committee “Hands Down.”

April 12, 2016
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The Greeting Committee at the Power & Light District, 4/9/16.

The Greeting Committee is a young indie rock band on the rise. The Kansas City-based band recently played SXSW and they are playing Lollapalooza 2016. The Greeting Committee features guitarist and lead singer Addie Sartino, bassist Pierce Turcotte, guitarist Brandon Yangmi, and drummer Austin Fraser. All of the band members are still in high school. They are signed to Los Angeles-based record label Harvest Records, which also features Best Coast and Glass Animals on its roster.

I recently caught the Greeting Committee’s headlining set at local radio station 96.5 the Buzz‘s Homegrown Buzz Music Showcase. Live, the songs have even more power and Addie’s vocals soar. I go to a lot of shows and the wonderful joy the Greeting Committee have playing is infectious. Those indie rock happy sensors go off in your body and gets you fired up. Their single “Hands Down” is a tight, well-crafted indie-pop song. It’s so inspiring to see a young band having fun doing what they love. The future is bright for the Greeting Committee.


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