Hayley Jane

Hayley Jane is hitting the road this Fall with her self-titled band based out of California. After moving back to her hometown of Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula to spend time with her family during the pandemic, Hayley put together a group of local musicians to back her up. After a year of performing around California, she's bringing the project east.

Northlands is ramping up and promises to be the biggest event in the region, with 15 bands over multiple stages.

“We super excited about this year,” says Northlands Director Seth McNally.  “We’ve curated a fantastic diversity of genres, basically an entire season worth of dynamic bands and lined them all up for one fantastic weekend of music.”

Northlands is thrilled to announce that after a nearly three year hiatus, Hayley Jane & The Primates and are bringing a reunion show to the stage at their weekend long music and arts festival June 24-25, 2022.

“We were psyched when we heard Hayley was coming back from the West Coast for a bit,” says Northlands Director Seth McNally.

The Brooklyn-based four-piece features members of well-known bands including Particle, Hayley Jane & The Primates, and Turbine. Together, they form the powerhouse that is PEAK.

Lots of festivals are dropping their line ups for 2020 which has us dreaming of warmer days, oceanside sunsets, and the feel-good music we all love. One of the first big festivals of the year will be Skull & Roses Festival in Ventura, CA, April 2-5, 2020.  With Billy and the Kids and Oteil & Friends headlining, let’s dig into more artists that will also be playing.

Steve Kimock and Friends wrapped up their mini-tour of the Northeast Saturday night to a sold-out Ardmore Music Hall just outside Philadelphia.  The night was started by Hayley Jane (Hayley Jane and the Primates) performing a solo acoustic set as the crowd worked their way in off the streets.  By the time her set was halfway through the crowd had largely filled the 600-person venue and were often delight

Guitarist Steve Kimock is celebrate 25 years of Steve Kimock & Friends with a mini fall tour of the Northeast this month.

It hit me quickly after I had arrived at Jerry Jam 2017. It was the kind of revelation that, once discovered, seems obvious. But when it hit me, it felt earth-shattering. Not to mention fear-inducing. I looked down at the note I had just written. “I’m not going to have a lot to write about.” This came to me when I was watching The John K. band Friday afternoon.

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