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Hello Damascus

Hello Damascus

Hello Damascus


Hello Damascus is a folk-rock band from Portland, Oregon. The band is comprised of Matt Lounsbury (born in Knoxville, TN) on vocals and guitar; Jason Madore (born in Pittsburgh, PA) on piano and bass; Blake Hoover (born in Eugene, OR and also of the band Science of Yabra) on guitar and bass; and Jeff Hardison (born in Louisville, KY) on drums. In July 2006, Antler Records released Hello Damascus' debut album "Harvest Dolls" on vinyl, which can only be ordered directly from the label (Rico Myszewski at kahveh@hotmail. Read more on Last.fm
Hello Damascus is a folk-rock band from Portland, Oregon. The band is comprised of Matt Lounsbury (born in Knoxville, TN) on vocals and guitar; Jason Madore (born in Pittsburgh, PA) on piano and bass; Blake Hoover (born in Eugene, OR and also of the band Science of Yabra) on guitar and bass; and Jeff Hardison (born in Louisville, KY) on drums. In July 2006, Antler Records released Hello Damascus' debut album "Harvest Dolls" on vinyl, which can only be ordered directly from the label (Rico Myszewski at kahveh@hotmail.com). In addition to featuring former members Jason Medema (guitar) and Geoff Cecil (keyboards), the album "Harvest Dolls" includes backing-vocal contributions from Lisa Molinaro (Talkdemonic and Decemberists) on the first track, "Randy." "Randy" can also be heard on the "2006 PDX Pop Now!" CD compilation.

Another song from the debut album, "Etheridge," can be found on the 2007 Portland music compilation "Pop Tomorrow." Hello Damascus is currently working on a second album with recording engineer and artist Mike Coykendall (M. Ward, Bright Eyes, Richmond Fontaine). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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