Henry Clay People at the Echoplex


It’s not technically accurate to say the Henry Clay People’s 2nd Annual Rock and Roll Circus “came to town” Friday night, since most of the acts on the bill are from around these parts, but the event was a spectacle nonetheless. The night featured electric sets at the Echoplex by a bunch of HCP friends

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The FemBots have set off in yet another direction while in many ways returning to their beginnings. Born out of improvisation and experimentation, Calling Out (2008) sees the FemBots once more stretching themselves musically to produce an album that is daring yet accessible.

The Happy Hollows


The Happy Hollows are a raucous three piece indie-rock band from Los Angeles that plays fast and irreverent noise-pop. The group is fronted by Sarah Negahdari (vocals/guitar) and held together by the rhythm section of Charlie Mahoney (bass/vocals) and Chris Hernandez (drums/vocals).

The Henry Clay People


The Henry Clay People formed in 2002 as Vallejo by Knife. After some lineup changes they officially changed their name to The Henry Clay People in 2005, after which they’ve played hundreds of shows, have toured the United States multiple times, and have performed at Lollapalooza, SXSW, Austin City Limits Festival, and Sasquatch Music Festival.