Pics: Brother Hawk, Grandpa Jack & Grass played Saint Vitus (4/21)

Photos by Jonathan Arevalo

Brother Hawk

Brother Hawk made their NYC return at Saint Vitus Bar (having last played at the Greenpoint venue in late 2018) on April 21st as part of a string of spring shows for the Atlanta-based heavy/blues rock quartet.

The band hit the stage at 10pm, performing songs off their 2016 debut full-length, Big Medicine, along with fresh tunes from last year’s The Clear Lake, an LP that New Noise Magazine describes as being “full of an emotive weight that swings in the lyrics, beautifully delivered as vocal ensembles to the blues driven rock sound.” Check out an album stream at the end of this post.

Brooklyn’s own Grandpa Jack and Grass also graced the bill. Photographic coverage from the evening continues below.

Next up for Brother Hawk, they’ll play a home-state show at Savannah’s The Jinx on May 17, along with a gig at New Orleans’s House of Blues on May 24th. Get more info.

Next up at Saint Vitus:

05/09 – Primitive Weapons, Thought Crimes, Netherlands, Bangladeafy [TIX]
05/11 – Defeater, Born WIthout Bones, One Step Closer, Kindling [TIX]
5/13 – The Penske File, Awful Din [TIX]


Grandpa Jack:

Brother Hawk:


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