Hey Anna is a band with a distinct advantage over most: their core members have been playing music together their whole lives. The Rauch-Sasseen sisters (Anna, Erin, and Katie) hail from New Jersey and swap lead vocals and instruments in the band, which is rounded out with drums and lead guitar from two long-time best friends. The result is a mixture of gentle vocal harmonies, solid pop jams, and alt-rock hooks.
Featured Song: “Blackout”
The Hey Anna EP is available now on Bandcamp.
Complete radio broadcast and playlist: http://b-t-r.co/Yxqhmx
Upcoming tour dates:
3/1 @ 10th Street Live in Kenilworth, NJ
3/30 @ Pianos in NYC, NY
5/16 @ Rockwood Music Hall in NYC, NY
6/13 @ The Bitter End in NYC, NY
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BTR Live Studio features a mix of breaking and established musicians playing exclusive sets in our studios, then sitting down for a chat with host Maia MacDonald. Maia is a musician and DJ who’s been involved with the music scene for a number of years and has a knack for asking the questions that musicians actually enjoy answering. Watch more episodes of BTR Live Studio on our Blip page: http://blip.tv/btrlivestudio
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