The Wild Deer, The Vines (of Hoboken)

The Wild Deer

The Vines (of Hoboken)

Thu. May 18, 2017

8:00 pm

HiFi

This event is 21 and over

The Wild Deer
The Wild Deer
he band proudly hails from New York City. Their music reflects their passion to creatively express sentiment and emotion. They don’t try to sound like any band but themselves, which is refreshing in this oft-redundant music industry.
The Wild Deer’s debut cd Live Free includes a track titled “Rise” which was recently licensed by ESPN for their Nascar Now! television show. The song “River of Soul” was included in the New York Post list “207 Best Songs to Download from 2007.” The New York Post also gave away the song “Grass” On their MPFREEs Web site column during November of the same year.
The Vines (of Hoboken)
The Vines (of Hoboken)
In the late 1980s, Alirio Guerrero and Suzanne Lavine formed a band, The Vines. Heavily inspired by Let’s Active and R.E.M. along with classic 60s rock (The Beatles, The Byrds). They had Jangle Pop sound that reflected the quiet introspective of the late 1980s. The Vines became a part of the growing music scene in Hoboken, Maxwell’s, NYC, and northern New Jersey.

In 1988, The Vines released their first, all original EP, Walk The Floor. Jon Klages (The Individuals) and Mitch Easter (Let’s Active) produced, engineered and recorded the EP at Easter’s Drive-In Studio in Winston-Salem, NC. Walk The Floor was released by Hoboken’s own Aquablue Records and features Alirio Guerrero (rhythm guitar), Suzanne Lavine (vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Marc Seligman (bass, ex-Cyclones) and Mark Reynolds (drums).

Here we are 28 years later and The Vines have reunited…the reunion rumors are true. …it’s their time. Guerrero/Lavine are now back to writing new songs filled with the new experiences and heart that great music is made of.

The Vines of Hoboken:
Suzanne Lavine - Guitar, Vocals
Alirio Guerrero - Guitar
Marc Seligman - Bass
Evan Seligman - Drums, Vocals
Phil Silverberg - Keyboards, Vocals
Venue Information:
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