Shows in January

Jan 3rd 7pm at The Mercury Lounge
with Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!
Houston and Essex St, NYC

Jan 10th 10pm at The Gutter
with Parade Grounds 
200 N. 10th st Brooklyn NY 

Jan 11th 10pm at Otto's Shrunken Head
with Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!
14th at and 1st Ave, NYC

Jan 13th 11pm at Rockwood Stage 1
with Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!
196 Allen St, NYC

Jan 25th 9pm at Bar 4 
with Parade Grounds
444 7th ave Brooklyn NY

Jan 25th 10pm at Bar 4 
with Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!
444 7th ave Brooklyn NY

Jan 28th 9pm at the Tea Lounge
with The David White Jazz Orchestra
Union st and 7th ave, Brooklyn NY

Jan 30th 9pm at Rodeo Bar
with The NYCity Slickers
3rd ave and 28th st, NYC

On Tour Now with NYCity Slickers

The "Mississippi Home" Tour

9:30PM - HAL & MAL'S
200 South Commerce Street, Jackson, MS - 601-948-0888 -
RSVP - $7 Cover

First United Methodist Church of Canton
3301 South Liberty Street, Canton, MS
601-859-4621 -
RSVP - $5 BBQ Lunch (served at noon)

Millsaps College -1701 North State Street, Jackson, MS -601-974-1130 - - RSVP - $10 Tickets

1302 Adams Street, Vicksburg, MS
601-631-2997 -
RSVP - $5 Tickets

7:30PM - THE LINK CENTRE (CONCERT & JAM) - 1800 West Main Street, Tupelo, MS - 662-690-4011 -
$25 Ticket (includes BBQ dinner at 6 PM)
$10 Ticket (Concert & Jam only) - RSVP

352 Delta Avenue, Clarksdale, MS
662-621-9009 - RSVP - - $7 Cover

Historic Downtown Cleveland
Cotton Row, Cleveland, MS - RSVP

12:30 PM - BLUEGRASS & BBQ BENEFIT - Oxford-University United Methodist Church, Activity Ctr.
424 South 10th St, Oxford, MS
662-234-5278 - - RSVP

DXA 7" on BluntedAstronaut Records, Pre-Order Now!

NYC hip hop artists, DXA will release there next single "I get Up" featuring my bass playing, on 7" vinyl with a very unique design and released in collaboration with Blunted Astronaut Records and DXA Records. Only 300 copies are going to be pressed, with 60 of them available for presale in the U.S.

Click Here to order advance copies

For European orders visit Blunted Astronaut Records.

Deli Magazine's Best Emerging Indie Rock Band of 2011

The Deli Magazine picked Hurrah! A Bolt of Light! as the Best Indie Rock Band in NYC for 2011. Here’s what they had to say about us: “Wil Farr doesn’t take long to drown himself in sweat. Spun from the same cloth as Bruce Springsteen or Ian Curtis, he routinely leads his homespun band to a blaze of glory, forcing his restless spirit and barbed hooks through anyone looking for a dose of excitement. Hurrah! builds each track of their heartland-brewed, rocking yet rootsy tunes to a frenzy, making believers of anyone looking for a rush of adrenaline chased down with a shot of big band frenzy.”
Now its up to you guys to help us win overall Best of NYC Emerging Bands.  All you have to do is click here and vote for us.  They don’t require your email or any other personal info and it only takes two seconds.  The winner gets featured on the cover of the next print issue of the Deli.  Please help us out by voting!!!!

QRO Magazine reviews a live show by Hurrah! A Bolt of Light!

“The opening act, Hurrah! A Bolt of Light! electrified the start of the night. Their music sounded something like Joe Cocker or Bruce Springsteen & The Easy Street Band (QRO live review), very charged and exciting. It’d be difficult to stand motionless during one of their sets unless you are in a body cast. The singer has the wide-eyed intense glare of PIL’s John Lydon (QRO live review – and if you said Hurrah’s frontman was his son, I’d believe you), an intense stare and focus similar to Ian Curtis. Watching him and his female co-singer was like watching Johnny Cash and June Carter having as much fun entertaining themselves as their audience. The crowd was not shy to embrace the spirit of excitement either.”
-QRO Magazine

Beat video by IceRocks of DXA

Check out this video featuring IceRocks of DXA.   Here he shows you how he uses the SP-1200 and MPC 3000 to make some beats.  The first beat using the SP-1200 features me on bass (first heard at about the 1:28 mark).

Here's the second video by IceRocks this time on the MPC 3000.  (I'm first heard around the 2:48 mark)