Easy Honey, Connie Danger

September 24th, 2021 7pm   Stage 2


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Easy Honey


“Easy Honey has its roots in Charleston, South Carolina. The band carries itself as a permanent party, one that listeners will never truly have to leave behind. This aspect was easy to add to their shows, and now they have immortalized their sound through the magic of recording” - Bill Todde, Divide and Conquer.

Forged on a Tennessee mountaintop, Easy Honey began molding their irresistible sound and raucous live performance in 2016. With sounds reminiscent of early brit-rock and a nod to 90s alt-rock, Easy Honey captures both the playfulness and maturity that accompanies one’s coming of age. Easy Honey’s throwback sense of touch, taste, and tone washes over the listener like quicksilver but seizes the audience’s ear like quicksand.

The group consists of dual frontmen Selby Austin (Vocals & Guitar) and Darby McGlone (Vocals & Guitar), Charlie Holt (Vocals & Drums) and Daniel Comen (Bass Guitar). After recording a conglomerate of songs in Franklin, TN, the band released their self-titled debut album in May, 2018.

“These are not just recorded songs, they are recorded performances. The passion and energy is brought to each track so that it feels more like a glimpse at a live performance than a band that spent a week in a studio. This authenticity is not to be taken lightly… Easy Honey is off to a roaring start making their mark in the ongoing worldwide music discussion” - Bill Todde, Divide and Conquer

Within two years of moving to Charleston, SC, Easy Honey won a slot at Charleston’s inaugural Into the Woods Festival, co-headlined a sold out show at the Music Farm, and most recently sold out their hometown rock venue Royal American. Easy Honey’s multidimensional songwriting and powerful live performance propelled the band's southeastern US tour in the fall of 2019, headlining venues in Savannah, Atlanta, Charlotte, Richmond, and Washington, D.C.

Part one of Easy Honey’s double EP Maritime Love Affair will be released in September 2020, and will be preceded by a series of singles to whet your palate.

Connie Danger

Outer Space tunage born in my little room.