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Livy High

Livy High

Livy High


Livy High is NOT ‘Rock’. ‘Rock’ is a musical umbrella that keeps you safe and dry and Livy High doesn’t do ‘safe’. Live 4-part harmony isn’t ‘safe’ and doing it while giving you the best show of your life very well could be the last thing you see before the world ends. Livy High wants to rip your tattered umbrella to pieces and expose you to the elements. All of them. They want to take you to a KISS show, stuff Eagles harmonies and Nickelback hooks in a sock made from Dimebag’s guitar solos Read more on Last.fm
Livy High is NOT ‘Rock’. ‘Rock’ is a musical umbrella that keeps you safe and dry and Livy High doesn’t do ‘safe’. Live 4-part harmony isn’t ‘safe’ and doing it while giving you the best show of your life very well could be the last thing you see before the world ends. Livy High wants to rip your tattered umbrella to pieces and expose you to the elements.

All of them. They want to take you to a KISS show, stuff Eagles harmonies and Nickelback hooks in a sock made from Dimebag’s guitar solos, and smack you with it until Foo Fighters lyrics make sense. It’s that serious. Why? It’s because it reminds you of something familiar. Yet when you listen to this band from Wichita, KS, you realize you can’t quite put your finger on it.

You like that. You and over 90,000 people that have watched their video for ‘Stay’ like that. You think “Wow, I dig this,” but it doesn’t sound quite like Shinedown or Theory of a Dead Man. Don’t feel bad.

It’s only because you’ve lived so long underneath the Rock Umbrella that you’re used to depending on someone to tell you what you just heard. You’ll only do that with Livy High once; they have instantly recognizable songs that will never make you ask “Who is that?” And once you become a fan, you’ll be hooked for life. Speaking of fans, Livy High wants to smash the traditional boundaries that separate music lovers and they’re not afraid to put you right in the middle of the riot. Livy High was just as comfortable on stage with the amps cranked to 11 with Papa Roach as they were with 4 acoustic guitars singing ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ with Bo Bice. They’ve brought the house down with Saving Abel and made teenage hearts melt with Jack’s Mannequin.

Any band. Any fan. Anytime. Widespread fan appeal is the name of the game and Livy High wants to win them all.

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