"From The Beatles to Ty Segall to Panic at the Disco, Liberty Hall Collective’s music has been compared to a number of sounds, but it truly has no equals. Forged from a mutual necessity for music making in Storm Lake, Iowa in late 2013, the group is founded on a unique blend of 60s and 70’s-bred pop, modern-rock sensibilities, and a foundational love of all kinds of music. This is aided by an exciting and dynamic stage show with as many twists and turns as a great novel. The band’s second album, Lights, shows the band’s scope and scale expertly, from earth-shattering arena rock to reserved, delicate jazz-pop ventures. (I don’t know how to end this.)"
- from their Facebook page
"Hailing from the lands of corn (2 guys) and the lands of cheese (the other guy), Liberty Hall Collective was forged from a mutual necessity for music making in Storm Lake, Iowa in late 2013. Since then, they have risen to considerable acclaim for their unique mix of 60’s and 70’s-bred pop, modern rock sensibilities, and a foundational love of all kinds of music. From Brett Pongratz’s pop-punk-esque ventures to Kamron Warden’s Paul McCartney-style compositions to Chase Harrison’s anything-goes songwriting, the diverse range explored in the group is impressive. Liberty Hall Collective’s fun and diverse sound and stage antics are sure to delight audiences the world over."
- from their ReverbNation page
Kamron Warden - Lead Vocals, Bass, honky-tonk piano, Storyteller
Brett Pongratz - Backing Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar
Chase Harrison - Drums, Harmonica
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Labels: 2010s, 2014, Ballad of Outlaw Jameson Boone (song), Des Moines, Des Moines area, Ep 034, Fort Dodge area, Halloween, Halloween 2016, Liberty Hall Collective (band), pop music, Sioux City area, Storm Lake